M. Ward

Briefly: M. Ward Tweets News of New She & Him Album


A tweet from M. Ward revealed a new LP from She & Him is expected soon.

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Video: She & Him – Baby, It’s Cold Outside


Zooey and Matt get animated for She & Him's Baby, It's Cold Outside video.

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Video: M. Ward – Primitive Girl

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HT fave M. Ward stopped by Conan to perform Primitive Girl last week.

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Video: M. Ward – The First Time I Ran Away


M. Ward's back with the video for the first single from his forthcoming solo album.

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Tour Dates: M. Ward Heads Out Solo


News of M. Ward's cross-country solo tour leads off our weekly Tour Dates column.

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Cover Wars: Buckets Of Rain

In the pantheon of gut wrenching, emotionally charged break up albums none may top the sheer heartbreak found throughout Bob Dylan's 1975 release Blood On The Tracks. The album has been mined ...

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HT 25 Best Albums of 2009: Numbers 21-25

This year at Hidden Track, we concocted a little experiment for our year-end Best Albums of 2009 list. Instead of picking the old fashioned way - subjectively - we opted for something a little different: ...

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The B List: Top 6 Of The First 6

With the first six months of 2009 beginning to feel like a distant memory, figured it was time to continue with a tradition we started last year around this time, by taking a ...

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Bloggy Goodness: Monsters Of Folk

Back in 2004, the formidable trio of Conor Oberst, Jim James and M. Ward teamed up for a tour they dubbed Monsters Of Folk. Each artist delivered a solo set, where they often interpreted each ...

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Video: M. Ward – Rave On

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Tour Dates: Merge Records Turns 20

North Carolina based indie-label Merge Records has a big 2009 planned to celebrate their 20th anniversary. The label, which is home to acts like Neutral Milk Hotel, She & Him, Arcade Fire and Spoon, is ...

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Hors D’Oeuvres: A Little Help From Ringo

When the names Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr both appeared on the bill for the last night’s Change Begins Within benefit at Radio City Music Hall those who had plunked down money for the all-star ...

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Better Than Noodling: M. Ward

There must be something in the water in the Pacific Northwest. Over the last couple of years the region has once again reclaimed the mantle as the epicenter of music cool, cranking out some of ...

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Review: M. Ward @ Sixth and I Synagogue

“Oh a trance is a spell/ with a thrill wrapped up inside it,” Portland, Oregon singer-songwriter M. Ward sang, six songs into his set at the Sixth and I Historic Synagogue in Washington ...

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Friday Mix Tape: New Winter Tunes

With 2008 starting to look smaller and smaller in the rear view mirror and 2009 now in full swing, we’re sure that you’ve probably grown tired of some of the music you injected into your ...

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