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.
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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… [...]