Tag: Kimya Dawson
At the end of Day Five came the launch of Daniel Johnston‘s graphic novel, Space Ducks: An Infinite Comic Book Of Musical Greatness. Hosted by
Posted: March 16th, 2012 under SXSW 2012.
Tags: Alex Maas, bad music journalism, Foy Vance, Jeffrey Lewis, Kimya Dawson, Matt Vasquez, Motopony, R. Stevie Moore, Space Ducks, SXSW 2012, SXSW Music, Will Sheff
Kimya Dawson Thunder Thighs Burnside ***1/2 In her 7th album, Kimya Dawson’s confessional style and lo-fi sound is very much intact. She’s always treated her audience like family, and the opening track, ‘All I Could Do’, is akin to a Christmas letter, letting everyone know what’s been happening since we last heard from her. The [...]
Apparently, folk-hop is a thing. A quick google revealed that I hadn’t, as previously thought, invented the term – but it’s certainly the best way to describe last Friday night at the Manning Bar. The crowd seemed very small to start with, quietly lounging on couches around the moshpit, but when Kimya Dawson and Aesop [...]
Kimya Dawson The Word Nerd By Robbie Miles Down the phone from her Washington home, Kimya Dawson just makes you want to give her a hug. We’re talking on the eve of a tour that will see her back in Sydney next month; a tour she’s sharing with a couple of unlikely bedfellows, hip hop [...]