Yup, that’s Hal Ashby – filmmaker/renegade/iconoclast. And this is Father John Misty covering Cat Stevens’ “Trouble” – a track originally birthed via the soundtrack to Ashby’s film Harold & Maude in 1971. This, the Misty treatment, comes courtesy via director Amy Scott’s forthcoming ONCE I WAS: The Hal Ashby Story – the first ever documentary […]
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I don’t fool with Black Friday anything…but if you do, Josh Tillman’s score for the short film The History of Caves is out later this week, via Sub Pop, on vinyl (limited run of 2k copies). A digital version will hit iTunes, etc November 26th. Full stream, after the jump…
Dear Chicago: just in time for Halloween, we bring you live Evil courtesy of Father John Misty and the Orwells, October 29th. Six pm. All ages. Free. Hosted at saki — Details: here.
Josh Tillman has been writing, recording and releasing albums for a decade now. Like Captain Beefheart and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy before him, it was announced last month that future Tillman output would be released under the guise of Father John Misty. A new beginning? Indeed. If past Tillman releases mined the intricacies of greys and […]
Welcome to 2012. Here’s one for the last year of our existence, Father John Misty’s duet with Phosphorescent on the Misty original, “I Would Love You.” MP3: Father John Misty & Phosphorescent :: I Would Love You
“Well, late at night, when the people were gone, he used to pick up my guitar. And sing a song in a shaky voice that was real as the day was long.” – Neil Young, Tonight’s The Night J. Tillman takes on Tonight’s The Night, Neil Young’s dark night of the soul, in its entirety… […]