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Cutting the Excess: Scout Niblett Raises the Temperaturenew

Scout Niblett recorded 100 different versions of The Calcination of Scout Niblett, the title track of her new album on Drag City. Not because she was looking for the perfect take—very near the opposite, in fact.
The Portland Mercury  |  Ned Lannamann  |  03-25-2010  |  Profiles & Interviews

Scout Niblett Sends Us Off To Our Deathsnew

Niblett, whose work has often been compared to the more minimalist output from PJ Harvey or Cat Power, is no rip-off artist -- her sincerity and, lately, sweetness comes purely from a songwriter on some sort of path to discovery, even if it's a path that leads directly to her own heart.
Chicago Newcity  |  Tom Lynch  |  04-16-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Scout Niblett Balances Eccentricity and Confidencenew

This Fool Can Die Now shows that Niblett has talent in spades -- and it speaks so much louder when she focuses on substance over style.
Willamette Week  |  Paige Richmond  |  10-03-2007  |  Reviews

One Track Mind: Scout Niblett's 'Dinosaur Egg'new

The muted strings of an electric guitar lope gently behind Niblett's high, chandelier-rattling voice on this new song.
Philadelphia City Paper  |  Patrick Rapa  |  07-17-2007  |  Reviews

Real Quicknew

Emma Louise Niblett lets The Weekly Dig in on the secrets behind her stage personality and her blonde wig.
Dig Boston  |  Nolan Gawron  |  08-03-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

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