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New Jersey native Nicole Atkins draws on retro influences ranging from Brill Building pop to psychedelic rock and Americana. Her powerful voice and dryly funny lyrics have earned her much critical affection. We have compiled a few of her interviews and performances.

New Jersey native Nicole Atkins draws on retro influences ranging from Brill Building pop to psychedelic rock and Americana. Her powerful voice and dryly funny lyrics have earned her much critical affection. We have compiled a few of her interviews and performances.
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United States

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New Jersey native Nicole Atkins draws on retro influences ranging from Brill Building pop to psychedelic rock and Americana. Her powerful voice and dryly funny lyrics have earned her much critical affection. We have compiled a few of her interviews and performances.

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English


Episodes

NPR: NPR Music Podcast - The Jersey Boardwalk Sound Of Nicole Atkins

9/25/2017
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When Nicole Atkins sings, she sounds like Roy Orbison, Patsy Cline and Janis Joplin all rolled into one voice. Atkins talks with NPR's Scott Simon about her new self-published album, Slow Phaser, which was funded by fans. (NPR's NPR Music Podcast, 2/1/2014)

WFUV: Take Five - Nicole Atkins

9/25/2017
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Born in the late '70s but inspired by music in decades before, Nicole Atkins has been crafting her own blend of Brill Building pop and '60s psychedelia, with a modern and dark sensibility. After two strong albums — 'Neptune City' and 'Mondo Amore' — Nicole is now hard at work on a third, and she recently stopped by to treat FUV's Darren DeVivo (and all of us) to a couple of live tunes. (WFUV's Take Five, 9/5/2012)

WFUV: Take Five - Nicole Atkins

9/25/2017
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Nicole Atkins' new album 'Mondo Amore' finds her with a new backup band, a new hometown, and a new label--and a sound critics are calling 'fiery', 'ominous', and 'borderline feral.' She talked with Russ Borris and played a few of the new songs live in Studio A. (WFUV's Take Five, 3/1/2011)