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Why Sad People Listen to Sad Music
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Aired 3 months ago 59:47
#702 Sharon Van Etten & Opinions on Jamila Woods
Edgy folk-rocker Sharon Van Etten is busier than ever after quitting the music industry four years ago. Now sheâ€™s back and experimenting with new sounds, like the vintage synthesizer that lives in her New York City rehearsal space. Sharon joins hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot for an interview and performance of music from her latest release, Remind Me Tomorrow. They also review the new record from Chicago singer and poet Jamila Woods.
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'Maid' Details How It's 'Impossible' To Live On Minimum Wage
Stephanie Land's new memoir is about her struggle to make ends meet as a single mom while cleaning houses and relying on government assistance. Land, who left an abusive relationship and was homeless, talks about how she got out of poverty, went back to school and pursued writing. Also, Ken Tucker reviews Sharon Van Etten's new album 'Remind Me Tomorrow.'
Aired 5 months ago 28:09
Sharon Van Etten - Seventeen
Sharon Van Etten is a singer and songwriter whoâ€™s put out five albums. She's also an actressâ€”sheâ€™s in The OA and Twin Peaks. Her most recent album, Remind Me Tomorrow, came out in January 2019. In this episode, Sharon breaks down a single from that album called â€œSeventeen.â€ She shares the original demo she made with the songâ€™s co-writer Kate Davis, and weâ€™ll hear from producer John Congleton, who helped craft Sharonâ€™s new, more electronic sound. songexploder.net/sharon-van-etten