Archive for the 'Fleet Foxes' Category

Monday, July 28th, 2008

Since 2004, (Fleet Foxes) J. Tillman has quietly been releasing records, some of limited quantity, some mostly available in Europe, but for the most part, unheard. The borderline-alienating starkness and well lived-in narratives of his first two records, “I Will Return” and “Long May You Run, J. Tillman” (released in limited runs of 150) endeared […]

Friday, June 20th, 2008

In the span of six months Fleet Foxes have released two of my favorite recordings this year (so far anyway) — the Sun Giant EP, and the self-titled Fleet Foxes LP. We’re excited to present the groups upcoming back-to-back dates, here in Los Angeles, at The Echo (June 28th) and Spaceland (June 29th) We are […]

Tuesday, March 25th, 2008

Yes, we’ve fawned over Fleet Foxes previously, but for good reason. They’re worth it — both live and on tape. Yeah, their name has been on everyone’s lips the past month, bur do yourself a solid and resist the knee-jerk reaction to blow them off as a hype band. Based in Seattle, the group (literally) […]

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Just got back from the Blitzen Trapper/Fleet Floxes show at Bottom of The Hill. Blitzen Trapper delivered, per usual, and Fleet Foxes first out-of-town show made the audience wish their Sub Pop debut was coming out right now and not months from now. Something to look forward to.  Oh, heads up, our friends at Daytrotter […]