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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Marissa Nadler. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Marissa Nadler, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Marissa Nadler. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Marissa Nadler, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 143 - Songs III: Bird on the Water by Marissa Nadler

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Released to critical acclaim, Marissa Nadler’s third album, Songs III: Bird on the Water, is a record which sees the her begin to expand her sonic palette. Joined by folk-cum-psychedelic rock outfit Espers on a few of the tracks (the album was produced by founding member Greg Weeks), her sound is augmented with hints of synth, electric guitar, cello, percussion and harp. For the first time she really begins to truly channel the American gothic vibes that she’d be tagged with for years, and the results are pretty interesting.

As it turns out, her back catalogue was much bigger than Mark initially realised, so with that in mind we give as much of discography a going over as we can, bar the odd bandcamp only release. The results are mixed, with split opinion amongst the troops about Nadler’s oeuvre.

So what do you think? Is this an unsung classic or is it just a wee bit meh? Vote on Twitter below.

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Oct 19 2020 · 1hr 23mins
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V&V Episode 032 Marissa Nadler and Leonard Cohen's Songs From a Room

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Doom and gloomy, haunting, shoe-gazey, or gothic folk are ways that Marissa Nadler's music may be described. Those may very well be true, but I think there's more to her talent than that. And based on our conversation, there is a metamorphosis coming.
Like all great artists, evolutions are inevitable and are typically gateways into the next big chapter of an artist's career. Some may look back and say that 2020 will be remembered as, maybe, the most challenging time of all of our lives. But some may look back on it as a time of rebirth and inner exploration. I am looking forward to what Marissa may make of this situation.
On this episode we'll also discuss her early days in Providence, getting over stage fright, and of course, the music of Leonard Cohen. Hence the overwhelmingly dark rant. Good times, great talk.
Please find all things Marissa at her website: www.marissanadler.com

And if you'd like to find out more about us visit: www.psychicstatic.net
Thank you!

Theme music written and performed by Jeff Robbins of 1,2,3 Astronaut.
Sep 08 2020 · 1hr 10mins

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Ep 12: Marissa Nadler

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Why Not Both is an exploration of how our multiple passions shape our identity, hosted by musician and therapist Pam Shaffer.  For our second season, we partnered up with Under The Radar to explore the lives of musicians, writers, actors, and creatives. This week, host Pam Shaffer chatted with Marissa Nadler about how art led to music and how music ultimately led back to art throughout the course of her life. She revealed some of the remarkable experiences she had teaching older students and how her quiet life in chilly landscapes helps to weave together the life of meticulous and passionate artist. Marissa Nadler’s newest album Droneflower is out now on Sacred Bones and Bella Union.

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Jan 22 2020 · 47mins
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Basic Folk 23 - Marissa Nadler

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It is wonderful to have songwriter Marissa Nadler on the pod! Ethereal, goth, ambient and gauzy are often used to describe her sound. She has collaborated with musicians like John Cale, Sharon Van Etten and black metal band Xasthur. Marissa gets into the differences between herself and her songs, "I'm a complete nervous wreck with a massive anxiety disorder..." while her songs are very mellow, soothing and almost narcotic. She credits playing music and painting as the only time she is at peace.

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Apr 25 2019 · 42mins
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Episode 303: Marissa Nadler

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Eight albums into her career, Marissa Nadler is still discovering aspects of her musical life. For My Crimes finds the Boston-based musician fighting impulses to overthink and overdo. The metaphors and endless layers of music are stripped away for something that cuts even closer to quick.Of course, the ethereal melancholy that has defined much of her work is still present, and the the record finds her singing and picking her way through relationship difficulties and other universal struggles. Nadler’s voice has long been a confident one, but recent life events have found her rethinking her approach to life and art, from leaving a day job to rekindling a love of painting, while leaving other forms of expression behind.  I should note that I, on the other hand, am very clearly losing my voice during this conversation. Apologies in advance.

Nov 11 2018 · 37mins
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Marissa Nadler on discovering her new voice

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Ken Grand-Pierre met up with Marissa Nadler to discuss how her latest album came to be.
Nov 06 2018 · 37mins
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Ep. 67: Behemoth, Marissa Nadler, Sheck Wes, twenty one pilots, Lil Baby & Gunna

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Anthony reviews new releases by Behemoth, Marissa Nadler, Sheck Wes, twenty one pilots, Weezer, Run the Jewels, and Lil Baby & Gunna.

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Oct 17 2018 · 1hr 1min
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Episode 144: Marissa Nadler

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Marissa Nadler returns to Free Association with her fantastic new record For My Crimes. The conversation includes thoughts on songwriting, lyrics, specificity, music videos, recording the voice, and collaborations.

Original air date: WZBC-FM, September 28, 2018

Marissa Nadler “For My Crimes”
For My Crimes Bella Union 2018

Marissa Nadler “Blue Vapor”
For My Crimes Bella Union 2018


Marissa Nadler “Said Goodbye to that Car”
For My Crimes Bella Union 2018

Marissa Nadler “Shadow Show Diane”
Strangers Bella Union 2016

Marissa Nadler “Was It A Dream”
July Bella Union 2014

Julee Cruise “Falling”
Floating Into the Night 143/Warner Bros. USA 2006 CD

Sep 29 2018 · 50mins
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#191 - Eartheater, Maarja Nuut, Astrosuka, Marissa Nadler - 30 July 2018

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From twisted Russian-born, Argentina-based, Chinese music from Astrosuka through to the new one from Bella Union and Sacred Bones artist Marissa Nadler, this week's podcast takes you through a wild exploration of delicate and twisted experimental music. We have the brutal, brilliant new Eartheater record, experimental Ghanaian afro funk, beautiful New Zealand dancehall and a whole lot more.
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New Optimism - Jet Setters (Phantom Limb, UK)
Astrosuka - B3T (Genome 6.66Mbp, China / TRRUENO, Argenti
Jul 30 2018 · 1hr 4mins
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Episode 111C: Marissa Nadler

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Marissa Nadler joins Brian Carpenter on Free Association to talk about the making of her new record Strangers, the voice, and her career in music and art. Plus Marissa brings in a few surprises, including her beautiful lo-fi companion record Bury Your Name and a few influences, including an incredible cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Suzanne” by the great Nina Simone.

Air date: September 23, 2016
Sep 28 2016 · 1hr 3mins
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