The music of Mary Lattimore is at once intimate and cosmic—her unfolding and widening harp epics connect outer expanses to inner realms. No matter the context, Lattimore’s musical voice resounds as a calming and clear one. Which is why, as the pandemic blues really kick in, Transmissions hosts Justin Gage and Jason P. Woodbury rang her up to discuss adjusting creative practices, dealing with daily anxieties, and narrow down which Succession character is least despicable.
Mac McCaughan – cosmic synth master?! Those aren’t words I expected to write about the Superchunk/Portastatic frontman in 2019, but here we are. New Rain Duets , his just-released collab LP with Mary […]
A few years ago, singer-songwriter Meg Baird and harpist Mary Lattimore showed up at Three Lobed Records’ annual Hopscotch Festival day show for a gorgeously spectral collaborative set that left […]
Lagniappe (la·gniappe) noun ˈlan-ˌyap,’ – 1. An extra or unexpected gift or benefit. 2. Something given or obtained as a gratuity or bonus. It’s been a busy year for harpist […]
It’s easy to lapse into cliches when writing about Mary Lattimore’s music – her gorgeous harp work practically demands that you use the words “ethereal” or “celestial.” But though you […]