Although she was born and raised in suburban New Jersey, Sharon Van Etten’s folk music evokes the open landscapes and lonely expanses of Middle America. A dedicated choir student during her childhood, she began writing songs on her guitar as a high-school student and, upon moving to New York, started playing them in concert. Van Etten signed with the Chicago-based indie label Drag City and issued her intimate, official debut, Because I Was in Love, in spring 2009, followed by the lush, more band-oriented Epic in 2010. Van Etten signed to Jagjaguwar in late 2010 and began working with the National’s Aaron Dessner as producer for her third album, Tramp; it was released in early 2012.

She Keeps Bees reveal new single "Radiance", from their new album 'Eight Houses' out 9/16 on Future Gods Records, She Keeps Bees play August 29 in Seattle

She Keeps Bees share single “Radiance”

Today She Keeps Bees have revealed a new single from their new album, Eight Houses, out September 16th on Future Gods Records. With Eight Houses, the album finds She Keeps Bees working with an outside producer, Nicolas Vernhes (Deerhunter:

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Tiny Ruins Reveals Tour with Sharon Van Etten, starts October 8th in Detroit, MI, Tiny Ruins' latest album 'Brightly Painted One' is now out on Flying Nun

Tiny Ruins Reveals Tour with Sharon Van Etten

Tiny Ruins, the project of New Zealand native Hollie Fullbrook, has just wrapped up her recent North American tour in support of her latest album Brightly Painted One, out now on Flying Nun Records. She will return to the U.S. to open for Sharon Van Etten:

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