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Carrie’s Top 10s for 2010 – Mumford & Sons, The Dead Weather, Spiritualized, Lady Gaga

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This list is what happens when you allow a critic who doesn’t vibe to MGMT, Vampire Weekend, Beach House and Salem near a keyboard and dusty headphones. Admittedly, I am behind on (or completely opposed to) some trends like the proliference of opium den electro and twinkly indie…

21 Dec 2010 | More

Kate Nash at Bowery Ballroom, 04.29.10

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Waving at the faithful with a crutch thanks to a bum ankle, Kate Nash took to her keyboard bench with a smile, a sip of Corona and her usual chirpy derring-do on Thursday night in Manhattan.

30 Apr 2010 | 1 comment | More

Kate Nash – ‘My Best Friend is You’

Don’t think that since British singer-songwriter Kate Nash now has her own flat, has learned to drive and to punk out, that she has in any way grown dull. The red-headed whirlwind of wit and spit(fire) is just getting started…

23 Apr 2010 | 3 comments | More

Kate Nash: Girl Talk

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Kate Nash and I sit talking on a worn leather sofa somewhere in the labyrinth of Interscope HQ. A snowicane is blowing through Manhattan on the day, and it makes for a cozy, if hilariously damp and rumpled setting. The fast-talking, redheaded whirlwind that is Nash quickly spots what looks to be a corpse on an adjacent building roof.

15 Apr 2010 | 2 comments | More

Kate Nash Confirms North American Tour, Unveils Album Artwork and Video

Delightfully sassy British singer-songwriter Kate Nash is set to release her sophomore album, My Best Friend is You, on April 20th via Fiction/ Geffen Records. A brief North American promotional tour has been slotted to begin April 26 in Toronto.

10 Mar 2010 | More

Kate Nash to Release Sophomore Album in April

How we’ve missed the darling razor wit of Kate Nash. Not that we don’t enjoy the adventures of Lily Allen, and the stylings of Laura Marling, but there was something so wholly endearing about Kate.

17 Feb 2010 | More

Kate Nash: Beyond Rubbish Boys and Loose Bricks

Kate Nash has a skeleton in her closet. Well, it actually lives in her family’s living room, but it’s still quite a disturbing vision to outsiders. Nash documents this anomaly on “Skeleton Song” from her freshly dropped record Made of Bricks. The 20-year-old, UK-bred composer still resides with her parents and the bag of bones they call Stanley.

14 Jan 2008 | 1 comment | More