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Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett

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Courtney Barnett: Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit

Review by Larry Jaffee, Huffington Post, 12 April 2015

As much as I adore my Spotify subscription for music discovery, music creators cannot live off the pittance from the streaming model, which is why ...

Jim Sullivan's top ten albums of 2017

Review by Jim Sullivan, Cape Cod Times, 8 December 2017

"I HATE WRITING year-end top-10-best-albums lists." ...

Courtney Barnett: Truth Blurts Out

Interview by Scott McLennan, mX, 31 July 2014

Humble Aussie singer returns from an explosive U.S. tour ...

Courtney Barnett on being forced to stop: "I felt myself opening up in a different way"

Interview by Andrew Stafford, The Guardian, 5 November 2021

A breakup, a pandemic and a homecoming left the singer with time to sit and think. Her new album radiates the calmness and kindness she ...

Courtney Barnett: Coping Mechanisms

Interview by Pip Williams, The Line of Best Fit, 15 May 2018

Ahead of her second album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, Courtney Barnett tells Pip Williams how she's embraced anxiety and used it as a ...

Courtney Barnett: Tell Me How You Really Feel

Review by Alfred Soto, Spin, 14 June 2018

TO BE COURTNEY BARNETT and learn that Liz Phair released the Girly-Sound to Guyville set is like being Bryan Ferry and opening your door to ...

Courtney Barnett: Tell Me How You Really Feel (Marathon Artists / Milk! Records)

Review by Tim Cooper, Louder Than War, 18 May 2018

Courtney Barnett releases her hugely anticipated sophomore solo album Tell Me How You Really Feel. Three years after the Australian's landmark debut attracted plaudits and awards, ...

Courtney Barnett on coping with fame, homophobia – and thinking she still sucks

Profile and Interview by Jenny Valentish, The Guardian, 17 May 2018

The Australian musician has gone from indie darling to global star, but she's still uneasy in the limelight and wracked with self-doubt – even self-hate. ...

Jen Cloher and Courtney Barnett: "We couldn't be more contrary if we tried"

Profile and Interview by Andrew Stafford, Sydney Morning Herald, the, 28 July 2017

A PIECE OF PAPER stuck to the entrance of the Coburg RSL in Melbourne reads "cash only (dark ages)". It's not much warmer inside than ...

Courtney Barnett: El Rey Theatre, L.A.

Live Review by Roy Trakin, Addicted To Noise, 10 November 2014

ROCK 'N' ROLL may be on its last legs, but it is still capable of providing an epiphany along its death spiral. Thank god for ...

see also Jen Cloher


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