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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 9 februari 2015 | Bella Union

Onderscheidingen 4F de Télérama - Pitchfork: Best New Music
De Amerikaanse singer-songwriter Joshua Tillman (1981) alias Father John Misty brengt op zijn albums ingetogen folkpop met country-invloeden. Zijn debuut Fear Fun dateert uit 2012 en in 2015 volgt het tweede album I Love You, Honeybear. In muzikaal opzicht is het album een stap voorwaarts, waarbij vooral opvalt dat Tillman het inmiddels aandurft om gewaagdere muzikale keuzes te maken. Zo zijn er naast folkpop ditmaal zelfs wat electropop-invloeden te beluisteren © TiVo
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 1 juni 2018 | Bella Union

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God's Favorite Customer is het vierde album van de Amerikaanse singer-songwriter Father John Misty. De plaat uit 2018 staat in het teken van hypnotiserende vocalen, lichte gitaarklanken en fraaie melodieën. Jonathan Wilson (Conor Oberst, Dawes) neemt de productie voor zijn rekening, terwijl Weyes Blood, Mark Ronson en The Haxan Cloak gastbijdragen verzorgen. © TiVo
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 7 april 2017 | Bella Union

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Pure Comedy is het derde studioalbum van de Amerikaanse singer-songwriter Father John Misty. Op de opvolger van het album I Love You, Honeybear (2015) stipt de muzikant vele maatschappelijke thema's aan als het milieu, social media en politiek. De songs schrijft Father John Misty samen met producer Jonathan Wilson en songschrijver Gavin Bryars. Het titelnummer en het nummer "Ballad Of A Dying Man" verschijnen als single. © TiVo
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 17 juli 2020 | Bella Union

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 1 mei 2012 | Sub Pop Records

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 26 juli 2016 | Bella Union

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 17 augustus 2020 | Sub Pop Records

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 14 september 2010 | Western Vinyl

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 30 april 2012 | Sub Pop Records

As J. Tillman, indie folk crooner Joshua Tillman painted sparse, often melancholic fever dreams that paired the wounded isolation of Nick Drake with the star-crossed country romanticism of Gram Parsons, a sensibility he also brought to the table as the drummer and backing vocalist for Seattle's Fleet Foxes. His latest incarnation, Father John Misty, adds Harry Nilsson and Skip Spence to the mix, skillfully imbuing the woodsy Pacific Northwest bark of the Foxes with a patina of vintage Laurel Canyon-inspired bohemia. Fear Fun opens with "Funtimes in Babylon," one of three tracks, including "Only Son of the Ladiesman" and "Everyman Needs a Companion," closely echoing the hymnlike sonic breadth of his former band. All three cater to his strong, clear voice, which sounds like a cross between Mark Kozelek (Red House Painters, Sun Kil Moon) and Jonathan Meiburg (Shearwater/Okkervil River), but it's tracks two and three that provide the album with its most transcendent moments. "Nancy from Now On," with its shambling protagonist ("Pour me another drink and punch me in the face"), likable gait, and legitimate yacht rock chorus, is a triumph of both style and substance, while the thick and brooding "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings," which ceaselessly wonders "Jesus Christ girl/What are people going to think?" amidst a wall of wet distortion and appropriately thunderous drums, benefits from singer/songwriter/Laurel Canyon scene revivalist Jonathan Wilson's warm and spacious production. Fear Fun's deft mix of folly and grandeur strikes a nice balance between the over the top hippie shenanigans of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and the vapid, calculated debauchery of Lana Del Ray, painting the artist as a self-destructive/deprecating Californian gadfly with one foot in the Salton Sea and the other in the lobby of the Chateau Marmont. © James Christopher Monger /TiVo
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Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 6 november 2006 | Sub Pop Records

2006's Minor Works may be accurately labeled alternative country-rock, but something about J. Tillman's voice and lyrics make the indie tag fit no matter how much twang is going on behind him -- call it a sense of alienation. In the vein of soft-voiced indie folk contemporary Iron & Wine but offering different textures, Tillman has a natural sincerity to his quietly impassioned ripplet of a tone. It’s not just intimate, it's compelling. With songs about growing apart, regrets, and loss, Minor Works is heavy, but not so much in a bummer kind of way as in a now-let's-get-real-for-a-few-beers way. His melodies carry this contemplative delivery to some really lovely moments. For instance, "Crooked Roof," with expanded instrumentation including piano, pedal steel, guitar, banjo, and cello on top of a full band, still draws the focus to the intimate vocal performance with its lilting, conversational melody and imagery-rich lyrics: "You call out, you call out every time I pass through the hall/That's where your pictures are." The melodic riffs at the end of "With Wolves" ("Young girls pay the price of pairing off with wolves") repeat and stress the line "Don't feel like they should," landing on the song's contrite conclusion, "I don't feel like I should." Only two songs -- the naked title track with just vocals and acoustic guitar and the closer, "Now You're Among Strangers" -- are truly sparse. The rest of the tracks have varying degrees of full rock band instrumentation plus banjo, mandolin, strings, and more, but even songs with near to a dozen parts play seamlessly alongside the stripped-down tracks. The album, as the double meaning of its title suggests, is about tone. With wall-to-wall sedate tempos to boot, Minor Works is a slow-rolling, late-night sort of record; reflective, serious, and often beautiful. © Marcy Donelson /TiVo
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Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 1 juni 2007 | Sub Pop Records

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 21 februari 2018 | Bella Union

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Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 1 mei 2008 | Sub Pop Records

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Internationaal variété - Verschenen op 1 januari 2007 | Sub Pop Records

J. Tillman's fourth solo album, 2007's lo-fi Cancer and Delirium, takes its title from a line in Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer, a nod to Paris where he wrote much of the album. Tillman doesn't take any startling leaps in sound from prior albums with this release, though there is certainly noticeably less country twang here than in his third record, Minor Works, perhaps moving him from alt country-rock more squarely into indie folk territory. Yet Tillman is above other labels a singer/songwriter. Efficient arrangements split the difference between his previous releases. The record opens simply with vocals, acoustic guitar, and harmonica on "Visions of a Troubled Mind," but later other instruments, including drums, make appearances. Even at its densest, though, Cancer and Delirium is a quiet album, and a sincere one. Despite its subdued tone and introspective character -- and its title -- the album isn't relentlessly grim. The tempo picks up on "Milk White Air"; banjo brightens the color in spots; and "Under the Sun" is practically a singalong, like a muted, inward-turned "Give Peace a Chance" with repeated lyrics: "Under the sun/In your own time/This too shall pass." Alternately, the aching lament "A Fine Suit," with its infallibly earnest vocals and wistful melody, features accompaniment including guitar, piano, and saw, each playing single-note lines that seem to weep alongside him. Tillman's records are notable for giving focus to his emotive, intimate vocal performances and lyrics, and this one is no exception. Though still in his mid-twenties here, his slightly rust-worn, rich tone is attention-grabbing and addictive even while projecting at near minimum force. It's impressive to remember that Tillman is also (and originally) a professional drummer when he is so skilled in the singer/songwriter role. Cancer and Delirium isn't for those who like their instruments to be perfectly in tune, or their music and musicians to be brawny, but it may be a windfall for those who appreciate or even love the real clicks and squeaks that come from the guitar of a guy feeling raw and singing live and unamplified on the other end of the bed. © Marcy Donelson /TiVo
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 30 mei 2018 | Bella Union

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 6 april 2017 | Bella Union

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 6 maart 2017 | Bella Union