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Your Week in Spacebomb – October 30, 2020

MANAGEMENT — Laura Veirs released her 11th solo album, My Echo. Uncut gives it 9/10, saying, “My Echo is both longer in reach and richer in expression than a ‘divorce record,’ as you’d expect from the sweet-voiced author of some of the most effortlessly insightful songs in the modern country-folk canon.” LISTEN My Echo by Laura Veirs Following her cover of […]

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Your Week in Spacebomb – September 25, 2020

  LABEL+MANAGEMENT — Tim Heidecker‘s album Fear of Death is out today. LISTEN Fear of Death by Tim Heidecker “[a] special and heartfelt album, and a masterpiece from Tim Heidecker” 9/10 – Exclaim! “one of the funniest, most absurd, surreal, and reliable entertainers on the planet gets serious, about life’s truest inevitability” – Aquarium Drunkard […]

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Nadia Reid’s new album ‘Out of My Province,’ out now

Nadia Reid has released her third album and her Spacebomb debut, Out of My Province. Out of My Province, produced by Trey Pollard and Matthew E. White, unquestionably exemplifies Nadia’s impeccable songwriting abilities as she examines the unique challenges of globetrotting existence: the many difficulties of maintaining relationships, the strain of being on the road, and the […]

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March 6, 2020

Nadia Reid – “Oh Canada”

Today, Nadia Reid shares “Oh Canada,” off her Spacebomb debut album, Out Of My Province, out March 6. The song serves as Nadia’s ode to Canada and its musical legacy — including favorites Joni Mitchell and Rufus and Martha Wainwright — but isn’t solely a tribute to some of her influences. Says Nadia: “It is […]

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February 10, 2020

Nadia Reid – “Get the Devil Out”

Today, Nadia Reid shares “Get The Devil Out,” a gospel-like reflection on internal demons that’s less an exorcism than a benediction. “I’m making friends with who I used to be / she’s a little shorter, a little lighter,” sings Nadia, buoyed by delicate strings and her spare fingerpicking as she comes to terms with human […]

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January 14, 2020