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3. Clogs - "Last Song" (Featuring Matt Berninger from The National)

  • Published: 2010-12-03T21:57:20Z
  • By Brassland
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From the album "The Creatures in the Garden of Lady Walton" (HWY-021) Learn more about "The Creatures in the Garden of Lady Walton": http://www.brassland.org/album.php?catno=021 To watch the official video for "Last Song" visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zodW1YIDjew&feature=fvw Clogs are a mostly instrumental project led by Bryce Dessner and Australia's Padma Newsome, both men familiar from their membership in the acclaimed rock band, The National. But don't call Clogs a side project. Their existence predates The National, and Clogs have released five widely acclaimed albums -- a highly melodic debut THOM'S NIGHT OUT (2001), then the experimental polyphonies of LULLABY FOR SUE (2003), the minimalist explorations of STICK MUSIC (2004), the post-classical beauty of LANTERN (2006) and finally THE CREATURES IN THE GARDEN OF LADY WALTON (2010), a progressive song-cycle featuring performances by Sufjan Stevens, Matt Berninger of The National & Shara Worden of My Brightest Diamond.

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4. Serpentine Prison

Serpentine Prison

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5. Matt Berninger with Conor Oberst

  • Published: 2016-11-15T04:21:26Z
  • By Talkhouse
Matt Berninger with Conor Oberst

Matt Berninger (the National) and Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes, Desaparecidos) are two of rock’s heaviest-hitting lyricists. Turns out, they’re also huge fans of each other’s songs. The guys recently sat down to discuss all things songwriting (lyrics, finding melody, influences, “dick references," embarrassment and so much more) for the Talkhouse Music Podcast. They break down songs from across their catalogues, such as the National’s "All the Wine," "Fake Empire" and "Lemonworld," and Conor’s "Lua," "You Are Your Mother’s Child" and "Artifact #1." They also discuss their favorite songwriters, giving a lot of love to Leonard Cohen. Subscribe now on iTunes or Stitcher to stay in the loop on future Talkhouse Podcasts. — Elia Einhorn, Talkhouse Podcast producer and engineer

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6. Distant Axis

Distant Axis

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7. One More Second

One More Second

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9. A Lyke Wake Dirge

A Lyke Wake Dirge

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11. Oh Dearie

Oh Dearie

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12. Loved So Little

Loved So Little

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13. Walking on a String

Walking on a String

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14. We Like The Zoo ('cause We're Animals Too) (feat. Matt Berninger)

We Like The Zoo ('cause We're Animals Too) (feat. Matt Berninger)

WALTER MARTIN'S DEBUT SOLO ALBUM 'WE'RE ALL YOUNG TOGETHER' (out MAY 13) Pre-order on iTunes, get "Sing to Me" (feat. Karen O): smarturl.it/WalterMartin Pre-Order CD/MP3 http://ow.ly/vvzMc. Pre-order VINYL (fully illustrated gatefold jackets) http://ow.ly/vxiCy Stream "Sing to Me" (feat. Karen O) http://bit.ly/1kvPkFb website: www.waltermartinmusic.com twitter: twitter.com/WaltRMartin facebook: facebook.com/waltermartinmusic DEBUT SOLO ALBUM from SONGWRITER, WALTER MARTIN (of THE WALKMEN) A WILD and WONDERFUL 'ALL-AGES' ALBUM with an ALL-STAR ROCK n ROLL CAST Fully Illustrated album packaging by illustrator/ musician Marcellus Hall. www.marcellushall.com - see complete album illustrations at www.waltermartinmusic.com ALBUM TRACK LISTING: 1. WE'RE ALL YOUNG TOGETHER (FEAT. ALEC OUNSWORTH) 2. WE LIKE THE ZOO (CAUSE WE'RE ANIMALS TOO) (FEAT. MATT BERNINGER) 3. I-M-A-G-I-N-A-T-I-O-N (FEAT. KAT EDMONSON) 4. RATTLESNAKES (FEAT. KAREN O & NICK ZINNER) 5. SING TO ME (FEAT. KAREN O) 6. THE BEATLES (WHEN RINGO SHOOK HIS MOP) (FEAT HAMILTON LEITHAUSER, NICK STUMPF, JOSH WISE & MATT IWANUSA) 7. IF I WERE A TIGER (FEAT MILAN MCALEVEY & NINA DONGHIA) 8. COSTA RICA 9. HEY SISTER (FEAT KAT EDMONSON) 10. IT'S A DREAM On May 13, 2014 Walter Martin of the Walkmen will release his debut solo album 'We're All Young Together' (Family Jukebox). "I'm calling it a family record and I tried to fill it with warmth and humor because that's the kind of art I like - stuff that makes everyone feel welcome," he says. "To me it's a serious record disguised as a not serious record." The album features guest appearances by Karen O and Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Matt Berninger of the National, Alec Ounsworth of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Kat Edmonson, The Walkmen's Hamilton Leithauser and Matt Barrick, and more. Martin, multi-instrumentalist in the Walkmen, conceived of 'We're All Young Together' around the time the Walkmen were finishing their 2012 album 'Heaven' and his wife was pregnant with their first child. With fatherhood on the horizon, Martin felt it was time to challenge himself a bit. He had co-written songs for the band since they had formed in 2000 and now it was time to write something for himself. "I began to imagine a record I really wanted to hear: something new and original that captured the essence of early rock 'n' roll - innocent but mischievous, romantic but funny, and unabashedly sweet," he says. "It wasn't that I wanted to write songs to suit my new situation as a parent, it was more that parenthood made relevant writing the kind of songs I've always loved most." Among the album's subjects: the virtues of rattlesnakes ("Rattlesnakes"), the not-so-surprising similarities of siblings ("Hey Sister"), and the distinguishing features of each Beatles band member ("The Beatles (When Ringo Shook His Mop)"). Phil Ek (Built To Spill, The Shins, Fleet Foxes) mixed two of the tracks and all the record's artwork was designed by Marcellus Hall, a renowned children's book illustrator and artist whose work has appeared in The New Yorker and Time.

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15. Take Me Out of Town

Take Me Out of Town

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16. All For Nothing

All For Nothing

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17. Collar Of Your Shirt

Collar Of Your Shirt

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