On May 16th, 2021, Marian Call plays a solo set online — unaccompanied by anybody else! Streaming at 1pm Pacific / 4pm Eastern / 8pm GMT.
This is a free show. It will have a chatty, unpolished open mic vibe, because these are all new skills coming out to play for the first time. There will be plenty of mistakes and vulnerability, but sometimes it’s nice to share that.
You can join the fun of this massive fundraising party on Twitch, with author Patrick Rothfuss, continuing through December 15th, 2020. Every donation enters supporters into a drawing for hundreds of prizes — and 100% of the funds go to support food sustainability initiatives that fight world hunger and lift families out of poverty.
So make a donation to the Worldbuilders campaign, and cook along (or sing along) with Marian! What’s that? You want a written recipe? It’s right here.
A very different kind of carol for Christmas: Put some glitter on it, dammit.
Honest, intense, funny, a little dark, and most of all — sparkly.
a new garage rock EP from Marian Call and the Guttersnipes an angry loud little record because certain times demand we make noise and certain feelings are too big to sing pretty
Patreon supporters and the Donors’ Circle are helping to usher new music and videos into the world. All Patreon content is free to watch and listen to (learn more at https://www.patreon.com/mariancall). So far over twenty new songs and films have been added to the playlist, with more coming out all the time.
The long-awaited studio album Standing Stones has arrived, thanks to massive fan support from Kickstarter. Find it on Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify, Youtube, and wherever you enjoy music.
I wrote “Standing Stones” about the human need to scratch our symbols on the world.
When I was in school, I covered all my textbooks in brown paper bags and duct tape so I’d have a blank canvas for scribbling. Song lyrics in every corner, notes in every direction, doodles dividing and transecting every word.