Tag: Silver Jews
Everyone Needs an Advocate: Photographer Daniel Efram Details “The Steve Keene Art Book”
The retrospective on the artist, whose work you may know from Pavement and Silver Jews album covers, has nearly reached its Kickstarter goal.
WHY? Covered Silver Jews’ “We Are Real” for World Mental Health Day
All proceeds from the song will go to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and MusiCares.
Avey Tare and Geologist Share Cover of Silver Jews’ “Ballad of Reverend War Character”
The single was uploaded to Animal Collective’s Bandcamp this morning with all proceeds going to MusiCares and Music Health Alliance.
A Place I Wouldn’t Mind Dying, Alone or With You
Saying goodbye to the Silver Jew, David Berman.
David Berman of Silver Jews Has Passed Away at 52
His Purple Mountains tour was supposed to kick off this weekend.
PLAYLIST: Horse Jumper of Love’s Songs That Inspired Them to Do Something with Their Lives
The Boston slowcore three-piece list their go-to drinking songs, doom-not-black metal tracks, and more.
Radio’s On, Feelin’ Alright: Silver Jews’ “American Water” at Twenty
David Berman’s masterpiece was somewhat out of place when it came out in October of 1998. These days it just sounds like perfection.
The Avalanches, “Wildflower”
How do you follow up a sixteen-year-old plunderphonic pop masterpiece? With a neon-tinted mixtape.
LISTEN: David Berman Surfaces via a Collaboration with The Arcs on New Track “Young”
The song, which is from “The Arcs vs. the Inventors Vol. 1″—a Record Store Day 10” special release due out November 27—was co-written by Dan Auerbach and the principal Silver Jew himself.
Somewhere in a Foggy Atlas: A Silver Jews Map of America
Touring the more poetic ends of the country with our guide David Berman, in honor of the tenth anniversary of “Tanglewood Numbers.”
Vices Torn: Scott “Spiral Stairs” Kannberg and Bob Nastanovich Take a Slanted Look Back at the Enchanted Early Days of Pavement
Fax machines, lobsters, Sonic Youth, and all the trigger cuts responsible for “The Secret History” of arguably the greatest band of the ’90s.