Brooklyn's ambassadors of love & purveyors of independent pop—They Might Be Giants, from left, John Linnell & John Flansburgh; press photo courtesy of the band.
Pearl Charles’s Week in Pop
Card readings & guest selections courtesy of Pearl Charles; photographed by Emily Alben.
Readying the release of the album Sleepless Dreamer available February 2 via Kanine—Pearl Charles presents the following Top 5 exclusive Week in Pop guest selections:
Here are 5 songs I’ve been vibing on this week. I get obsessed with certain tunes and listen to them on repeat until I’ve learned them inside and out.
Insights from Pearl Charles; photographed by S. Cole Kiburz.
Suzi Quatro, “If You Can’t Give Me Love”
Pearl Charles; phtoographed by Melodi Meadows.
Todd Rundgren, “A Dream Goes On Forever”
The passion of Pearl Charles; photographed by Andrew Paynter.
George Harrison, “Fish On The Sand”
The timeless styles of Pearl Charles; photograph courtesy of Duplicity Studios.
Ozark Mountain Daredevils, “Mr. Powell”
Pearl Charles & the cool shades; photographed by Vanessa Acosta.
The Faces, “Just Another Honky”
Desert hangouts with Pearl Charles; photographed by Amanda Adam.
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