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Examples of "nina_nastasia"
Nina Nastasia is a New York City-based singer-songwriter born in Hollywood, California.
Their neighbours during the war: Sultan, Maryam, Idris, Nina, Nastasia, Rumisa, Ramzan, Zayna, Fatima, Vera, Medina and others.
Dogs is the first album by American singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia. It was originally released in 2000 by Socialist Records and re-released in 2004 by Touch and Go Records.
Blue Eyed in the Red Room is the second studio album by American record producer Boom Bip. It was released on Lex Records in 2005. It features guest appearances from Gruff Rhys and Nina Nastasia.
Outlaster is the fifth studio album recorded by American singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia. It was released on June 7, 2010 internationally and June 22, 2010 in the United States by Fat Cat Records (see 2010 in music).
"What She Doesn't Know" is a 7" single by American singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia, released on February 25, 2008 by Fat Cat Records. The vinyl was limited to 500 copies worldwide.
In the live arena the band have toured with The Sea And Cake, The Mountain Goats, Pinback, Nina Nastasia and The Black Heart Procession. They have also appeared at two All Tomorrow's Parties festivals, in 2002 and 2004 respectively, where they were asked to play by festival curators Shellac and Sonic Youth.
Shellac, Wire, Scrawl, Mission Of Burma, The Ex + Brass Unbound, Red Fang, Shannon Wright, The Membranes, ALiX, Bear Claw, Helen Money, Dead Rider, Arcwelder, Neurosis, Mono, Melt Banana, Uzeda, Prinzhorn Dance School, Myownflag, Three Second Kiss, Buke and Gase, Oxbow, Nina Nastasia, Zeni Geva, Bottomless Pit, Pinebender and STNNNG.
David has toured with Frightened Rabbit, Mice Parade, Tom Brosseau, Nina Nastasia, and Arboretum, and played shows with Animal Collective, Vashti Bunyan, Okkervil River, the Bowerbirds, the Mountain Goats, Low Barlow, Vetiver, David Bazan, Roman Candle, Richard Buckner, St. Vincent, Cass McCombs, Shearwater, Castanets, the Twilight Sad, DeYarmond Edison, and Retribution Gospel Choir.
The Blackened Air is the second album by American singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia. It was released in 2002 by Touch and Go Records. The album was recorded almost completely live, with the band set up in a semi-circle in one corner of the studio, over a six-day period in 2001 at Steve Albini's Electrical Audio Studios in Chicago. The final track, "That's All There Is", was held over from sessions for her debut, "Dogs".
Run to Ruin is the third album by American singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia. It was recorded by Steve Albini at Black Box studio in Noyant-la-Gravoyère, France and at Looking Glass studio in New York. Released in 2003 by Touch and Go Records, it received universal critical acclaim according to Metacritic with a composite rating of 85, ranking 29th among the best albums of 2003.
You Follow Me is a collaborative studio album between American singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia and Australian drummer Jim White. The album was released in Europe and Australia on 28 May 2007 and in the United States and Canada on 14 August 2007 (see 2007 in music) and was the second Nastasia album released by independent British label FatCat Records. This is Nastasia's fifth studio release overall.
To celebrate their 20th anniversary as a band, Shellac returned to ATP to curate once more in December 2012 with the line-up including Wire, Scrawl, Mission Of Burma, The Ex + Brass Unbound, Red Fang, Shannon Wright, The Membranes, Alix, Bear Claw, Helen Money, Dead Rider, Arcwelder, Neurosis, Mono, Melt Banana, Uzeda, Prinzhorn Dance School, Three Second Kiss, Buke and Gase, Oxbow, Nina Nastasia, Zeni Geva, Bottomless Pit, Pinebender, STNNNG and more.
The subsequent lineup consisted of Billotte, "Sleepy" Doug Shaw (HighLife, Gang Gang Dance) on guitar, Tim Koh (Ariel Pink) on bass,and alternating drummers Tim Dewitt (Gang Gang Dance, Dutch E. Germ), Jesse Lee (Gang Gang Dance), and Jim White (Dirty Three, Cat Power, Nina Nastasia). Tim Barnes (Silver Jews), Samara Lubelski, and Shahzad Ismaily have also played with White Magic for subsequent recordings and live shows.
Cohen's bass playing credits include work with artists such as Dagmar Krause, David Sanborn, Susana Baca, Gal Costa, Marisa Monte, Laurie Anderson, Willie Nelson, Bill Frisell, Norah Jones, Dave Douglas, Tricky, Jesse Harris, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts, Joey Baron, Donovan, Crystal Gayle, Bob Dylan, Nina Nastasia, Alan Watts, Lee Konitz, Richie Havens, Dino Saluzzi, Lou Reed, Marianne Faithfull, Odetta, Danny Barker, Tim Sparks, and Antony and the Johnsons.
On Leaving is the fourth album by American singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia. It was released on September 11, 2006 on Fat Cat Records. It was recorded by Steve Albini and produced by Nastasia, Kennan Gudjonsson, and Albini. The album received generally favorable reviews; Allmusic considered the album a "deeply poetic record." Stylus Magazine commented the album was "full bodied and masterful, overshadowing many big-footed leading ladies’ recent folk releases." Pitchfork Media found it "difficult to hear Nastasia pull back to a songwriter-with-guitar style."
Originally from Maine, Matthew Szemela joined the quartet in 2012. Matthew has toured and recorded with singer-songwriter Nina Nastasia, recorded with Sufjan Stevens, and in 2006 served as concertmaster of the Hustla Symphony Orchestra for Jay-Z’s “Reasonable Doubt 10th Anniversary Concert” at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Matthew has collaborated with tap dancer, actor, and choreographer Savion Glover on his production “Classical Savion,” and he has appeared with artists Sting, Dave Stewart (Eurythmics), Lana Del Rey, and Cassandra Wilson as well as the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, guitarist Vernon Reid of “Living Colour,” Susan Sarandon, Beyoncé Knowles, and Olivia Newton John.
My Brightest Diamond mixes elements of chamber music, and rock. While living in New York City, Nova began writing her own material, which had one foot in her classical training and the other in the avant rock she was discovering. She became as involved in the world of underground rock as she was in the realms of classical music, becoming inspired by the likes of Antony and the Johnsons and Nina Nastasia and their intimate performances at venues such as Tonic, The Living Room, and the Knitting Factory.
Angelblood, Arab Strap, Bardo Pond, Black Dice, Carla Bozulich Red Headed Stranger Show, Cass McCombs, Cat Power, Charalambides, Deerhoof, Dizzee Rascal, Double Leopards, Dream/Aktion Unit, Ella Guru, Enon, Erase Errata with Anxious Rats, ESG, Explosions in the Sky, Fuck, Fursaxa, Har Mar Superstar, Jackie-O Motherfucker, James Yorkston, LCD Soundsystem, Le Tigre, Lightning Bolt, Love, Miighty Flashlight, Mission of Burma, Modest Mouse, Nina Nastasia, OOIOO, Polmo Polpo/Hangedup, Saccharine Trust, Sonic Youth, Sophia, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, The Fiery Furnaces, The Notwist, The Shins, Tindersticks, Threnody Ensemble, Träd Gräs Och Stenar, Vibracathedral Orchestra, Vincent Gallo, White Magic, Wolf Eyes
Dirty Three, Nick Cave/Grinderman, Félix Lajkó, Bill Callahan (formerly Smog), Low, Papa M, The Drones, Faun Fables, Brokeback, Tara Jane O'Neil, Magnolia Electric Co, Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band, the Devastations, Josh Pearson, Mick Harvey, Shannon Wright, Conway Savage, Cat Power, Spiritualized Acoustic Mainlines, Mum Smokes, The Small Knives, Joanna Newsom, Yann Tiersen, White Magic, Psarantonis, Ian Wadley, Art of Fighting, Youpi Youpi Yeah, Alan Vega (Solo), Roscoe Mitchell (Art Ensemble of Chicago), Einstürzende Neubauten, Sally Timms (The Mekons), Matana Roberts, Secretary, Ed Kuepper with Jeffrey Wegener, The Scientists, Tren Brothers, We Ragazzi, Digital Primitives, The Only Ones, Joel Silbersher, Nina Nastasia + Jim White, Mary Margaret O'Hara