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Feist: Bush Hall, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 6 July 2004

THIS VENUE has recently hosted a succession of newish female songwriters — Polly Paulusma, Jolie Holland -—who are doing a good job of making Dido ...

Feist: The Lady From The Advert

Profile and Interview by Roy Wilkinson, The Word, December 2007

She's the latest beneficiary of the TV ad "sync" but there's more to folk apparition Feist's story than would fit on a nano ...

Fantastic Feist

Profile and Interview by Nicholas Jennings, SOCAN Words and Music, Summer 2007

TORONTO'S MUSIC Gallery is housed in St. George the Martyr Church, on the edge of a park and a stone's throw from Queen Street West. ...

Feist: Metals

Review by John Lewis, Metro, 30 September 2011

Feist's direct, simple and appealingly childlike melodies shine throughout latest album. ...

Feist: Metals

Review by Pete Paphides, The Word, October 2011

The ravishing, quasi-pagan soundscapes of Feist's third album connect most powerfully just before dawn. Prepare to be spooked. ...

Feist: Metals (Polydor)

Review by Bud Scoppa, Uncut, November 2011

LESLIE FEIST'S career path has been a zigzag. The Nova Scotia-born, Toronto-based artist played guitar with rapper Peaches (who nicknamed her Bitch Lap Lap) and ...

Feist: Heavy Metal

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Uncut, April 2012

1-2-3-4 Feistodon! Is Feist one of the most intimate and gifted singer-songwriters of her age? Or a more complex, hard-rocking beast? Uncut interrupts her latest ...

Feist: Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

Live Review by Rick Pearson, The Evening Standard, 28 July 2017

JARVIS COCKER joined Feist on stage at the Empire, ambling on during 'Century' to ask: "How long is a century? Almost as long as a ...

Feist: Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 28 July 2017

The Canadian indie-folk star transforms the sparse songs of recent album Pleasure into luminous ballads and splenetic blues-rock shredding. ...


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