Cibeline's new exhibit, Fall Fashion trends, the beauty of Colorado, Netflix "Sex Life", Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen and more...
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Cibeline Sariano & Steev Riccardo
On this episode of the show we discuss the 'Big Pivot' for Cibeline with a new exhibit opening October 6 thru October 30, the beauty & vibes of Colorado, Jamie lee Curtis' boobs, and the good, the bad and The ugly of Fall 21' Fashion trends. We also get into the raciness and realistic truth of the Netflix mini series Sex Life and if monogamy is possible. And in the music segment, we talk about the brilliance of the Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen tune "Like I Used To". This episode is dedicated to 9/11 survivors and the families of the lost ones. Theme song "Harborside" by Mark Femino Recorded on August 24 by Mike Nashawaty at Voice Motel, Somerville MA Support this podcast: patreon.com/seamstome contact us here: email@example.com
After a long year apart, there’s something particularly comforting about listening to a duet. In this week’s episode, we talk to Sharon Van Etten, who recently released ‘Like I Used To’ a duet with Angel Olsen. Hanif and Sharon dig into the interpersonal stories behind some of their favorite duet collaborators, unpack what makes for a great pairing of voices, and make a playlist of their top duet songs. To listen to the playlist of songs curated for this week's episode visit www.mixcloud.com/sonos. /Music In This Week's Episode/Like I Used To - Sharon Van Etten and Angel OlsenThe Boy Is Mine, Brandy and MonicaStreets of Paradise, Richard and Linda ThompsonWaves, Miguel (feat. Kacey Musgraves)Oh, What A Good Thing We Had, Johnny Cash and June Carter CashPerfect Combination, Johnny Gill and Stacey LattisawDa Rockwilder, Method Man and Redman/Show Notes/ “All I Need” by Mary J. Blige and Method Man and “Dilemma” by Nelly and Kelly Rowland are two of the iconic duets that Hanif remembers from the 90’s. Hanif cites Fleetwood Mac and Dolly Parton as artists with varying duet styles. Some of Sharon’s favorite duets include, “Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore,” by Marlon Williams and Aldous Harding, “Streets of Paradise” by Richard and Linda Thompson and “Under Pressure” by Queen and David Bowie. Hanif gives his praises to Tony Bennett’s albums Duets I, and Duets II. /Credits/ This show is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Babette Thomas, Mayari Sherina Ong and by Hanif Abdurraqib. The show is mixed by Sam Bair.
New Mix: Jomoro With Sharon Van Etten, Naia Izumi, Laura Stevenson, More
All Songs Considered
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tracks of the week, featuring former Tiny Desk contest winner Naia Izumi, West African art-folk group The Narcotix, Laura Stevenson and more.Featured Artists And Songs:1. Laura Stevenson: "State," from Laura Stevenson2. Jomoro: "Nest," from Blue Marble Sky3. The Narcotix: "Lilith," from Mommy Issues EP4. Gone to Color: ""The 606" (feat. Jessie Stein,) from Gone To Color5. Naia Izumi: "Voodoo," from A Residency in the Los Angeles Area6. Maddie Jay: "Spiral," from CMYK EP
Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen talk to The FADER's Shaad D'Souza about how they first connected, the fast-intersecting worlds of pop and indie, and the heartland rock power of their new single “Like I Used To.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New Mix: Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen, Mdou Moctar, Angélique Kidjo, More
All Songs Considered
This weeks All Songs Considered features a striking collaboration between Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen. I also share a conversation and music with Angélique Kidjo, psych-guitar from Mdou Moctar and more.1. Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen: "Like I Used To" (Single)2. Aerial East: "The Things We Build," from Try Harder3. Saint Sister: "Manchester Air," from Where I Should End4. Sunny Jain: "Where is Home," from Phoenix Rise 5. Angélique Kidjo: "Africa, One Of A Kind (feat. Mr Eazi & Salif Keita)," from Mother Nature6. Mdou Moctar: "Afrique Victime," from Afrique Victime
Emily chats with one of her favorite songwriters, Sharon Van Etten. “Let go b/w Some Things Last a Long Time”https://open.spotify.com/album/1DZPuUHbDCJ3aeaNMXoNJX?si=-8XzP-pBSiaSEYBkKUCTMAOfficial Spotify Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/user/emmykinney/playlist/7iPcH5YcXex94jUcK4rqzy?si=Mmu9VyhGSb6O5j2x3A3xHgLocal Natives and Sharon Van Etten, Lemonhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDnQ2eA971IJoshua Tree CoffeeBreakfast Blisshttps://jtcoffee.com/products/breakfast-blissBunn Coffee Makers https://www.amazon.com/BUNN-Velocity-10-Cup-Coffee-Renewed/dp/B07QSTLTJ3/Book recommendations:Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori GottliebWoman by Chloe CaldwellNew Earth and The Power of Now by Eckhart TolleTV shows:Couple’s Therapy on Showtime*2nd season just came out. Emily’s coffeehttps://emilykinney.myshopify.com/products/the-supporting-coffee-beansOfficial My Caffeine Withdrawal Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/960067967771649
Sharon Van Etten Breaks Down Anniversary Cover Album, 'epic Ten'
Sound & Vision
Sharon Van Etten has just released 'epic Ten,' a double album celebrating the tenth anniversary of her 2010 release, 'epic.' The release features both the original record and an LP of covers by Fiona Apple, Big Red Machine, IDLES, Courtney Barnett with Vagabon, Lucinda Williams, and more. KEXP’s Cheryl Waters talks with Sharon Van Etten about ‘epic Ten' and has her break down some of the covers on the record. You can read the full interview here.Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sharon Van Etten has made a name for herself as one of the most critically acclaimed and successful indie-folk and alternative names in the last decade. She continuously evolves her sound whether that means incorporating noisy and almost punk-rock guitars to accompany her voice or incorporating layers of synths and drum machines to create an almost electronic backdrop to some of her most recent work. She's one of the most forward thinking and influential musicians to come out of the 2010's and we're very excited to delve into her influences and how she's shaped music since her debut.
Matt Heart Spade & Jinners interview singer-songwriter and actress, Sharon Van Etten. They discuss the art of a great cover song, her childhood in New Jersey, her early days gigging in New York while also working at Ba Da Bing Records, and much more. For the Repeat/Skip segment, they discuss Portishead's Roseland NYC Live (1998) and Liz Phair's Whip-Smart (1994).Follow us on social media: @mixtapememoriespodcast @pantheonpodcasts on Facebook @mixtape.memories on Instagram @MemoriesMixtape @pantheonpods on Twitter Visit mixtapememories.com for links to our Spotify playlists, blog posts and episode extras as well as the wonderful podcast network pantheonpodcasts.com for the episodes!Special thanks to Ryan Mulkey, our technical director who also wrote our theme song and drew our cover art! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices