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It’s been a busy week for Justin Vernon and his ever-increasing band. His album came out in the US on Tuesday so he had to get some tv appearances in. On release day, he brought the wonderful ‘Holocene’ one of the standout tracks from his second album Bon Iver, Bon Iver to Jimmy Fallon’s live […]

When you think of Bon Iver, of course you think of a woman writhing around in bed in the forest. And then setting a Wisconsin lake on fire. Literally. ‘Calgary’ was the first the world heard of Bon Iver’s second album. And it is the track he is most proud of, as he tells Pitchfork. […]

Welcome to the late 1980s/early 90s everybody. Bon Iver, everybody’s favourite cabin dweller-turned-rapper’s-delight was live on Jimmy Fallon’s show last night and rather than perform the stunning ‘Calgary’, which we heard last week, he played a two-song medley, beginning with Donny Hathaway song ‘A Song For You‘ before going onto ‘Calgary’s’ b-side, a cover of […]

Ever since I started this blog, I have been waiting for Bon Iver to release a new album. His debut, For Emma, Forever Ago is, I am sure I don’t need to tell you, one of the most acclaimed records in the past decade. And it was recorded in the woods or something, but I […]