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  • Elize Tyler - Today Will Be Our Last Day On The Streets

    Elize Tyler – Today Will Be Our Last Day On The Streets

    Rather than working on a music video for the song NIV film maker Elise Tyler and Kurt Wagner of Lambchop agreed that their creative output should work to reflect the complexities of a rapidly growing Nashville. As it grows bulbously, many of its residents find themselves pushed out, with no deserving platform for their plight. […]

  • NPR First Listen: Lambchop, 'FLOTUS'

    NPR First Listen: Lambchop, ‘FLOTUS’

    “Wagner’s ambition has taken a hard left on Lambchop’s new album. Titled FLOTUS — which has nothing to do with Michelle Obama, standing instead for the evocative phrase For Love Often Turns Us Still — the record ditches the band’s typical organic feel. In its place is something far more progressive.” NPR Music Read more […]

  • Archival Filmmaker Bill Morrison Meets Lambchop

    Archival Filmmaker Bill Morrison Meets Lambchop

    “Find eighteen minutes out of your day and take this journey” (NPR Music) Watch Bill Morrison’s beautiful new film “The Dockworker’s Dream” featuring “The Hustle” from our new album FLOTUS, out November 4 via City Slang and Merge. Pre-order here .

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    Elize Tyler - Today Will Be Our Last Day On The Streets
    [ 1 ] November 2, 2016

    Elize Tyler – Today Will Be Our Last Day On The Streets

    Rather than working on a music video for the song NIV film maker Elise Tyler and Kurt Wagner of Lambchop agreed that their creative output should work to reflect the complexities of a rapidly growing Nashville. As it grows bulbously, many of its residents find themselves pushed out, with no deserving platform for their plight. […]

    UNCUT - Album Of the Month
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    UNCUT – Album Of the Month

    “Kurt Wagner reprogrammes the mighty Lambchop” Review + Interview and worth mentioning that Kurt curated this month’s free CD, which acts like a kind of primer to FLOTUS’ influences. UNCUT Lambchop Flotus Reviewed  

    www.spiegel.de "abgehoert - neue - musik"
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    www.spiegel.de “abgehoert – neue – musik”

    “Mit “Flotus”, ihrem elften Album, legen sich Lambchop eine völlig neue Klangsignatur zu” www.spiegel.de abgehoert-neue-musik Lambchop – “Flotus” (City Slang, ab 4. November) Mal im Ernst: Wer hat von einer Lambchop-Platte noch wirklich Neues erwartet? Elegantes Songwriting, klar. Dass sie mal angejazzte Klavierparts, mal soulige Harmonien eingemeinden, das auch. Ansonsten hat die Band um den […]

    Pitchfork Logo
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    says PITCHFORK on FLOTUS

    “The stalwart and defiantly odd Nashville band Lambchop’s latest reinvention finds them embracing a Vocoder-drenched, largely electronic sound. It is as lush and gorgeous as any of their past work.” the whole thing Lambchop – Flotus – 8.0 Sam Sodomsky Over the course of Lambchop’s two decade-plus career, they have been remarkably consistent. Even with their various lineup shifts, there […]

    THE GUARDIAN feature on Lambchop and 'FLOTUS'
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    THE GUARDIAN feature on Lambchop and ‘FLOTUS’

    Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner: ‘I wanted to make a record my wife would like’ “Lambchop are no strangers to reinvention, but their new album Flotus – with traces of hip-hop and technological tricks – marks a truly different sound for the alt-country band.” The Guardian – read the whole GUARDIAN piece on FLOTUS here    

    NPR First Listen: Lambchop, 'FLOTUS'
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    NPR First Listen: Lambchop, ‘FLOTUS’

    “Wagner’s ambition has taken a hard left on Lambchop’s new album. Titled FLOTUS — which has nothing to do with Michelle Obama, standing instead for the evocative phrase For Love Often Turns Us Still — the record ditches the band’s typical organic feel. In its place is something far more progressive.” NPR Music Read more […]

    Press & Reviews

    UNCUT - Album Of the Month
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    UNCUT – Album Of the Month

    “Kurt Wagner reprogrammes the mighty Lambchop” Review + Interview and worth mentioning that Kurt curated this month’s free CD, which acts like a kind of primer to FLOTUS’ influences. UNCUT Lambchop Flotus Reviewed  

    www.spiegel.de "abgehoert - neue - musik"
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    www.spiegel.de “abgehoert – neue – musik”

    “Mit “Flotus”, ihrem elften Album, legen sich Lambchop eine völlig neue Klangsignatur zu” www.spiegel.de abgehoert-neue-musik Lambchop – “Flotus” (City Slang, ab 4. November) Mal im Ernst: Wer hat von einer Lambchop-Platte noch wirklich Neues erwartet? Elegantes Songwriting, klar. Dass sie mal angejazzte Klavierparts, mal soulige Harmonien eingemeinden, das auch. Ansonsten hat die Band um den […]

    Pitchfork Logo
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    says PITCHFORK on FLOTUS

    “The stalwart and defiantly odd Nashville band Lambchop’s latest reinvention finds them embracing a Vocoder-drenched, largely electronic sound. It is as lush and gorgeous as any of their past work.” the whole thing Lambchop – Flotus – 8.0 Sam Sodomsky Over the course of Lambchop’s two decade-plus career, they have been remarkably consistent. Even with their various lineup shifts, there […]

    THE GUARDIAN feature on Lambchop and 'FLOTUS'
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    THE GUARDIAN feature on Lambchop and ‘FLOTUS’

    Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner: ‘I wanted to make a record my wife would like’ “Lambchop are no strangers to reinvention, but their new album Flotus – with traces of hip-hop and technological tricks – marks a truly different sound for the alt-country band.” The Guardian – read the whole GUARDIAN piece on FLOTUS here    

    NPR First Listen: Lambchop, 'FLOTUS'
    [ 0 ] November 1, 2016

    NPR First Listen: Lambchop, ‘FLOTUS’

    “Wagner’s ambition has taken a hard left on Lambchop’s new album. Titled FLOTUS — which has nothing to do with Michelle Obama, standing instead for the evocative phrase For Love Often Turns Us Still — the record ditches the band’s typical organic feel. In its place is something far more progressive.” NPR Music Read more […]

    REVIEW: Lambchop with The Altered Statesman at VFW Hall in Nashville
    [ 1 ] May 20, 2012

    REVIEW: Lambchop with The Altered Statesman at VFW Hall in Nashville

    Lambchop w/The Altered Statesman at VFW Post 1970, 5/12/12 By The Spin (Nashville Scene), Monday, May 14, 2012 (Link) We were going west down Charlotte Pike on a rainy, breezy Saturday night that called out for a little Clarence White guitar, and you guessed it, The Spin cued up White and The Byrds’ country-rock instrumental […]

    Video

    Elize Tyler - Today Will Be Our Last Day On The Streets
    [ 1 ] November 2, 2016

    Elize Tyler – Today Will Be Our Last Day On The Streets

    Rather than working on a music video for the song NIV film maker Elise Tyler and Kurt Wagner of Lambchop agreed that their creative output should work to reflect the complexities of a rapidly growing Nashville. As it grows bulbously, many of its residents find themselves pushed out, with no deserving platform for their plight. […]

    Archival Filmmaker Bill Morrison Meets Lambchop
    [ 1 ] October 14, 2016

    Archival Filmmaker Bill Morrison Meets Lambchop

    “Find eighteen minutes out of your day and take this journey” (NPR Music) Watch Bill Morrison’s beautiful new film “The Dockworker’s Dream” featuring “The Hustle” from our new album FLOTUS, out November 4 via City Slang and Merge. Pre-order here .

    Lambchop Conquers Squidbillies
    [ 6 ] August 5, 2012

    Lambchop Conquers Squidbillies

    Lambchop makes the Squidbillies theme song their sons of bitches. The new episode featuring their creation will air tonight, Sunday, August 5, at 12:15 a.m. Eastern/Pacific, 11:15 pm Central. From Pitchfork: “Lambchop will follow in the footsteps of artists like Will Oldham, Drive-By Truckers, and Band of Horses by working with the Adult Swim show […]

    Lambchop Debuts New Video on Slate
    [ 20 ] April 11, 2012

    Lambchop Debuts New Video on Slate

    Slate premieres video for “2B2″ from Mr. Met.

    Lambchop - Gone Tomorrow (Official video)
    [ 17 ] February 13, 2012

    Lambchop – Gone Tomorrow (Official video)

    From ‘Mr. M’

    Kurt Wagner Video Still
    [ 0 ] January 15, 2012

    VIDEO: Mr. M Tour Trailer

    Watch the Lambchop – Mr. M (Tour Trailer) from City Slang on Vimeo.

    L Club

    Oupa 7" Cover Drawing
    [ 0 ] February 12, 2012

    Download This Now: Oupa & Tony Crow, “Backwards” (Porcelain Draft Cover)

    H/T Self-TitledMag.com: “Available now in a 300-copy, hand-stamped run through Boiled Egg is “Backwords,” a Porcelain Raft cover by Oupa (aka Yuck’s Daniel Blumberg) and Tony Crow of Lambchop. Grab it below, or pick up the physical 7” now, featuring an untitled Oupa track on the flip…”  

    Sebastian Speaks Logo
    [ 0 ] June 28, 2011

    Sebastian Speaks Releases Kort Vinyl

    William Tyler’s Nashville-based label Sebastian Speaks has released the vinyl of Kurt Wagner & Cortney Tidwell Present Kort. About Sebastian Speaks: Sebastian Speaks is a Nashville-based label dedicated to unearthing unusual audio and video documents, curious written material, homemade music, reissues of records we like, and providing a web-based archive of articles on a myriad […]

    Hands Off Cuba
    [ 1 ] October 4, 2010

    Hands Off Cuba Video

    Hands Off Cuba, a band composed mostly of incredibly talented instrumentalists who play with Lambchop and/or Cortney Tidwell have a video for their song “Defribilator.” It was directed by Hands Off Cuban Ben Marcantel with assistance from Ryan Norris, and it looks great. Get the tunes here… H/T: The Nashville Scene’s Nashville Cream

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