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Courtney Barnett – Write A List Of Things To Look Forward To

     Vodka favorite rocker Courtney Barnett, has been releasing singles furiously for the past couple of months in preparation for her new long-player Things Take Time, Take Time due out November 12th, 2021. Enter Write A List Of Things To Look Forward To (seen/heard here). Vodka has been following Barnett since the beginning (2012) but I’ve been sidetracked with other things of late and haven’t been keeping up.  Though Courtney Barnett doesn’t fit neatly in the Vodka philosophy of shining a lite on the…

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Courtney Barnett – Need A Little Time

     Yes, It is yet another post from Courtney Barnett. This time it is the second single from the new long-player, Nameless, Faceless, which is scheduled for release in two days. (May 18, 2018) Need A Little Time is a more introspective look at life and perhaps the most serious single musical offering from Barnett to date, although to say she hasn’t approached serious subjects before would be incorrect (Avant Gardener comes to mind). It could signal a change in direction, or perhaps it’s just a one-off musical…

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Courtney Barnett – Nameless, Faceless

     Those who have followed Vodka from the beginning, know that we had Courtney Barnett’s number from the earliest days. History Eraser was posted in December 2012 and her releases have made multiple appearances on Vodka since then. Nameless, Faceless introduces you to her new long-player, Tell Me How You Really Feel, due out May 2018 (pre-orders are now available for multiple packages on her bandcamp.com site.)  Courtney’s grit and humor are unavoidable and welcome qualities of any release, and Tell Me How You Really Feel, based on the Nameless,…

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Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile – Over Everything

     Anyone who has followed this blog for any length of time knows that Vodka is a huge fan of Courtney Barnett. Courtney has teamed up with Kurt Vile for a long-player, Lotta Sea Lice (due out October 13, 2017). Here is the first single released from the LP, Over Everything, which is as feel-good and unpretentious as any of Barnett’s solo work. Over Everything is a look at finding bright moments when there are “big dark clouds in my periphery.” Kurt Vile is a singer-songwriter, producer, and…

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Courtney Barnett – Elevator Operator

     It should be no surprise to once again see one of Vodka’s favorite rockers, Courtney Barnett, posted here; this time with the opening track of her edgy debut LP, Sometimes I Sit And Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit. (March 2015) Elevator Operator explores the everyday rush of our world with a melody and lyric that is both comedic and accessible.  Here at Vodka, we can’t get enough of Courtney’s music. We’ve been following her since we first posted our review of History Eraser clear back in December 2012….

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