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Marijn

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About Marijn

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  • Birthday 01/09/1984

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  1. Pittsburgh, PA / Jun 21, 2003 is now available.
  2. Just noticed that both albums (WHIA + KATPA) are now (finally!) available on all major streaming platforms.
  3. I was just listening to Love Is Hell, and “The Shadowlands” absolutely has the same vibe.
  4. The inexplicable typo on the front cover makes you wonder how much effort they're really putting into these Nugs-releases...
  5. I believe the festival already sold out in 2020, and I didn't bother chasing after tickets this year. Instead, I had some family duties to attend (on an Ibizan beach ). Hopefully the world doesn't fall apart again this fall, so the band can make a swift return to Europe after their US/CA dates. I wouldn't be surprised if they skipped The Netherlands after the Schiphol fiasco though...
  6. Someone on the Steve Hoffman forums posted this last week. Surprised that it hasn’t been mentioned here on VC yet: Edit: wait, does the image work? I added it via mobile; I'll try again later when I'm home. Anyway, it's a snippet from a local Minnesota radio station that mentions a double album to be released next month. 987F4556-ED61-4511-AF81-F63B647D5471.webp
  7. Aw man, I've been waiting for a proper digital (lossless) release of WHIA for years now, so I'm sad to see that it's vinyl only. Any chance that these albums will eventually make it to Bandcamp or streaming sites? I mean, they were freely available for years, so there's hardly any exclusiveness. Even an included download voucher would probably make me shell out on the vinyl...
  8. Happy birthday VC + VC'ers It boggles my mind to think that I joined this site 18,5 years ago... that's nearly half my life!
  9. Looks like they skipped the September release, or did I miss something?
  10. When the band offered a free Vimeo stream of IATTBYH in May of last year, the accompanying website mentioned the following: We're now almost 1,5 year later, and I haven't seen a reissue yet. It would be absolutely fantastic if they included a Bluray disc with a deluxe reissue of the album. After all, the Mermaid Avenue anthology also included a dvd of Man In The Sand.
  11. Hey Donna, great to see we share a common love for Basia Bulat! Would've seen her last month in Amsterdam and Brussels, if not for the damn pandemic.. Also highly favorable: Jenny Lewis, Christine Fellows, Kathleen Edwards, Dawn Landes, Meg Baird, Phoebe Bridgers, Amy Millan, Molly Rankin (Alvvays) and Lili Trifilio (Beach Bunny).
  12. Ah, they're getting into Roadcase territory now - there were at least 6 shows released from that particular month. Hopefully next month they'll dig a little deeper in the vaults.
  13. I hope this documentary and the RSD Palace vinyl reissue somehow triggers some sort of process to make Jay's last two albums more widely available. I know Kicking At The Perfumed Air got a limited CD release, but Whatever Happened, I Apologize was only available on RockProper - a website that has been taken offline long ago. Would be great to have those albums available on streaming services or Bandcamp.
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