Elliott Smith

Elliott Smith has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'FACT Magazine: Transmissions from the underground' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Elliott Smith was highly popular in February, 2017.

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Stephen Malkmus (Pavement, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks) Talks with Emil Amos (Om, Grails, Holy Sons) for the Talkhouse...

[...] takes in venturing out of their DIY comfort zones to work with big name producers, Elliott Smith’s love of fine recording gear (and his studio size miscalculation), Silver Jews’ [...]

talkhouse.com

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Everything You Need To Know About Your Toddler’s Personality

[...] : Do they dig Nirvana’s Bleach album? Or do they run and hide until you play some Elliott Smith? Determining where your kid falls on these spectrums can help you create what’s [...]

Fatherly
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fatherly.com

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The Hum ~ 2/1 ~ When, where, what, who & why?

[...] Mountain and friends. They explain, “We have ignored your countless requests for mediocre Elliott Smith covers for years now. At our recent Carnegie Hall debut, a rogue group of fans unfurled a [...]

madriverunion.com

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Battleme Spills ‘No Time for Blood’

[...] so fucking brilliant I had to have the lyrics permanently scrawled out on my body. Elliott Smith – “The Biggest Lie” There’s no one bigger for me than Elliott Smith. He’s the icon. [...]

talkhouse.com

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Worth the wait: Frank Ocean’s Blonde

[...] , ancient mythology, questioning the confines of modern society, and thoughts of suicide (Elliott Smith’s “A Fond Farewell” is incorporated about halfway through). It makes for a very depressing [...]

raleighco.com

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Why Kenny Mellman Needed to Revive Kiki and Herb

[...] trip at all. We talked about the election, the Middle East, opioids — and did songs by Elliott Smith, MGMT, Fugazi and many more. I have been told many times that seeing Kiki and Herb was a life- [...]

talkhouse.com

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The 15 Most Memorable Songs Used In Wes Anderson Movies

[...] thoughts and emotions, letting Wes Anderson create a simple but terribly beautiful moment. 6. Elliott Smith – Needle In The Hay (The Royal Tenenbaums, 2001) The unfulfillment in life and the anxiety [...]

tasteofcinema.com

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