Tag: Bon Iver

James Vincent McMorrow is a Irish singer-songwriter whose Early in the Morning  album is full of the hushed intimacy that brought the inevitable comparisons to Bon Iver’s debut album (he even locked himself away for 6 months, though this time in a cabin by the seaside) but McMorrow sticks to a more organic arrangement. While […]

Guestape: Summer Lovin’ Torture Party

Art of the Mixtape is proud to feature a guest mixtape from Pete Willett.  While not rooting and endlessly researching The Yankees; Pete enjoys playing ridiculous amounts of jazz guitar (Pat Metheny is an unfortunate favorite) and being inspired by the non-sequitur lyrics of Matt Berninger, 80’s pop, and plenty of 90’s and 2000’s melodramatic […]

on the side…

A great remix of  How Sweet it Is to be Loved by You with Bon Iver on the backing track How Sweet it Is to be Emma’s Love No Woman No Cry takes a walk on the wild side No Woman, No Wild Side And a blast from the past, Jim Croce Operator (That’s Not […]