Category Archives: Tim Kasher

The Good Life to launch first tour since 2010

The Good Life — the Omaha indie rock quartet featuring Tim Kasher, Stefanie Drootin-Senseney, Ryan Fox and Roger Lewis — will hit the road for the first time since 2010. A batch of four California dates (see the full schedule below) will see … Continue reading

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List: The 25 best albums of 2013

The past 12 months have been exciting times for music. At the very beginning of the year, I already heard albums that I thought would make my year-end list. And so, whittling down a long list of great albums from … Continue reading

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Under Review: Tim Kasher, ‘Adult Film’

Tim Kasher admits that he worries too much. He worries that all his friends and all of his family are going to die. On “Adult Film,” Kasher ditches the howling vocals, deep concepts and heavy melodies of Cursive for something more pop-rock. … Continue reading

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Tim Kasher’s new solo album, ‘Adult Film,’ out October via Saddle Creek

In recent years, when Tim Kasher isn’t working on a new Cursive record (or subsequently touring for it), he’s been hard at work on solo material. In 2010, he released “The Game of Monogamy” and followed with “Bigamy,” an album … Continue reading

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Tim Kasher readying new album, tour

Tim Kasher, Cursive frontman, is preparing to release a new album, and he’ll be playing songs from the upcoming record as well as tunes from his solo debut, “The Game of Monogamy,” on an upcoming tour. A pair of Omaha … Continue reading

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Rock Candy Interview: Tim Kasher of Cursive

I’ve interviewed Tim Kasher many times and I’m always grateful because he’s open for anything. As raw and honest as his lyrics are, he doesn’t shy away from talking about the subjects contained therein (emotions, divorce, relationships, etc.). Anyway, I was glad … Continue reading

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CD Reviews: Tim Kasher, Maria Taylor

Tim Kasher, “Bigamy: More Songs From The Monogamy Sessions” Saddle Creek★★★☆ Tim Kasher and Cursive are for many the musical representation of teenage angst. Now that Kasher’s aged a bit (and so have we), he’s singing about middle age, which … Continue reading

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Cursive’s in the studio again

Cursive Before Tim Kasher releases an EP and heads out on a solo tour, he’s jumping into the studio again to record with Cursive. Kasher, Matt Maginn and Ted Stevens are picking up Patrick Newbery from Conduits as well as … Continue reading

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Kasher has come back; Daytrotter session

Years ago, Tim Kasher decided he wanted to release a solo album. But rather than do the egotistical thing and slap his own name on it, he called it The Good Life. “I didn’t have the confidence or not sure … Continue reading

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Video: Kasher’s “Cold Love”

Tim Kasher, the man behind Cursive, has a new video for his solo project. The video for “Cold Love” debuted at AOL’s Spinner today. Kasher’s debut solo record will be out on Saddle Creek on Oct. 5 (that’s next Tuesday, … Continue reading

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