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Mavis Staples – “We Get By” (Feat. Ben Harper) Video

Back in March, renowned gospel and soul singer Mavis Staples announced her 12th studio album, We Get By. Two other recent albums, 2013's One True Vine and 2017's If All I Was Was Black, were cowritten and produced by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy. This time around, all of the songs are written and co-produced by … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Wilco, Mavis Staples, Ben Harper, Jeff Tweedy


Wilco Announce Sky Blue Sky, A Festival At A Mexican Resort

Wilco have announced a "destination concert experience" at a Mexico resort that'll take place next year from 1/18-1/22. The event is called Sky Blue Sky, and it'll feature three Wilco performances alongside sets from Jeff Tweedy, solo Courtney Barnett, Sharon Van Etten, Kamasi Washington, Yo La Tengo, Dr. Dog, and more. More »
Tags: Music, News, Mexico, Wilco, Jeff Tweedy, Sky Blue Sky


Peter Rock's Playlist for His Novel "The Night Swimmers"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Andrew Sean Greer, and many others. Peter Rock's The Night Swimmers is a complex and mesmerizing novel. Publishers Weekly wrote of the book: "Haunting, elegiac . . . the book’s moody sense of hidden depths and...
Tags: Music, Wilco, San Francisco, Neil Young, Tom Waits, David, Willie Nelson, Diana, Alice, Cowboy Junkies, Bonnie Prince Billy, Kirkus, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Lake Michigan, Sioux Falls, Lucinda Williams


Wilco's Jeff Tweedy cast in the next season of Curb Your Enthusiasm!

Genius musician Jeff Tweedy of Wilco and Uncle Tupelo fame has been cast in the forthcoming season of Larry David's comedy “Curb Your Enthusiasm!" This will be the show's 10th season. No word on whether Tweedy will play himself or someone else entirely, but no matter because I'm sure hilarity will ensue. From Variety: Tweedy is said to be good friends with Jeff Garlin, who stars on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” as Jeff Greene in addition to executive producing. This will not be Tweedy’s first acti...
Tags: Post, Music, TV, Television, News, Wilco, Larry David, Jeff Tweedy, Tweedy, Jeff Greene, Jeff Garlin, Pretty Pretty Pretty Pretty Good, Scott Tanner


Jeff Tweedy Cast In Curb Your Enthusiasm’s 10th Season

Jeff Tweedy has been cast in Curb Your Enthusiasm's new season, according to Variety. What role the Wilco frontman will play in the HBO comedy is unknown at this point, but Variety says that the musician is real-life friends with cast member and producer Jeff Garlin. The Larry David-created show is scheduled to … More »
Tags: Music, Hbo, News, Wilco, Curb your Enthusiasm, Larry David, Jeff Tweedy, Variety, Jeff Garlin


Shorties (Erin Lee Carr on Her New Memoir, An Interview with Craig Finn, and more)

Erin Lee Carr discussed her father, David Carr, and her new memoir, All That You Leave Behind, with Fresh Air. The 405 interviewed singer-songwriter Craig Finn. eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: I, Claudius by Robert Graves The A. V. Club and Paste previewed May's best albums. The New York Times, Refinery29, and previewed May's best books. Stream a new song by Dark Morph ( a collaboration between Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi and Swedish composer Carl Michael von Hausswolff). io...
Tags: Music, Wilco, Georgia, David, New York Times, Robert, Atomic Books Comics Preview, David Carr, John Darnielle, Craig Finn, Jonsi, Raleigh News Observer, Aly Spaltro, Petra Haden, Erin Lee Carr, Mira Jacob


Shorties (Robert A. Caro Interviewed, Nick Cave Profiled, and more)

Forward and Fresh Air interviewed historian Robert Caro. The New York Times reviewed Caro's new book, Working. The Guardian profiled Nick Cave. April's best eBook deals. eBooks on sale today for $1.99: Acolytes of Cthulhu: Short Stories Inspired by H. P. Lovecraft An Excess Male by Maggie Shen KIng Reckoning by David Halberstam Amanda Palmer visited The Current studio for an interview and live performance. Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Bud Smith. Stream a new song by th...
Tags: Music, Beck, Wilco, David, Brooklyn, New York Times, Robert, Jeff Tweedy, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Electric Literature, NPR Music, Caro, Scarlett, Bud Smith, Cate Le Bon, Fresh Air


Shorties (Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg's Campaign Playlist, Alexander Chee Profiled, and more)

The Brisbane Times profiled author Alexander Chee. U. S. presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg released his campaign playlist. April's best eBook deals. Ex Hex visited The Current studio for an interview and live performance. The Guardian profiled author Ian McEwan. Slow Mass covered Wilco's "Reservations." Sarah Blake talked to Weekend Edition about her debut novel, Naamah. Japanese Breakfast covered the Cardigans' "Lovefool." Dave Cullen discussed his book Parkland w...
Tags: Music, Wilco, David, Omni, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Guernica, Alexander Chee, Ian McEwan, Leanne Shapton, John Lydon, Brisbane Times, Tash, Pete Buttigieg, Los Angeles Review of Books Stream, Sarah Blake, Namwali Serpell


Slow Mass – “Reservations” (Wilco Cover)

Yesterday, Chicago Band To Watch Slow Mass released a new single, "Siren," that demonstrated the softer side of the hardcore band's typically serrated edge. It's a mode they went into a few times on their debut album, last year's On Watch, but it really looks like they're leaning into … More »
Tags: Music, Wilco, Slow Mass


Jeff Tweedy – “Family Ghost” Video

A couple weekends back I had the privilege of seeing Jeff Tweedy perform a solo show in Columbus, an environment where the Wilco mastermind's incomparable craft and incredulous banter truly shined. I just about cried when he performed "Jesus, Etc." with the whole room gently singing along. I just about cried laughing when he roasted … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Wilco, Columbus, Jeff Tweedy, Mark Greenberg, Jesus Etc


Stream Spencer Tweedy’s Sleep Is My God EP

Sleep Is My God is a hilarious title for a record. It belongs to Spencer Tweedy, the Chicago musician who you've maybe heard drumming on records by Mavis Staples and his father, Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy. Young Spencer has been releasing solo music since he was a teen blogging phenom -- we posted his single … More »
Tags: Music, Wilco, Chicago, Album Stream, Mavis Staples, Spencer Tweedy, Jeff Tweedy Young Spencer


Shorties (Lawrence Ferlinghetti's San Francisco, Cherry Glazerr's Tiny Desk Concert, and more)

The New York Times visited Lawrence Ferlinghetti's San Francisco. Cherry Glazerr visited The Current studio for an interview and live performance. March's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson The Moviegoer by Walker Percy The Patriots by Sana Krasikov Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Josh Denslow. Stream a new song by Karen O & Danger Mouse. Social Text shared an excerpt from one of my favorite book of the year, Trisha Low's m...
Tags: Music, Wilco, San Francisco, David, Brooklyn, New York Times, Noisey, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Oneida, Younghusband, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Lindy West, Yannis Philippakis, Jeff Jackson, Harvard Crimson, G Willow Wilson


Shorties (Haruki Murakami Interviewed, Wilco's Summerteeth Album Reconsidered, and more)

The Times Literary Supplement interviewed author Haruki Murakami. Stereogum reconsidered Wilco's Summerteeth album on its 20th anniversary. March's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: The Life To Come by Michelle de Kretser eBook on sale for $2.99 today: Moby Dick by Herman Melvile Helado Negro played guest DJ at . Between the Covers interviewed author Marlon James. Amanda Palmer visited World Cafe for an interview and live performance. Electric Literature ...
Tags: Music, Wilco, David, Haruki Murakami, Mitchell, Townes Van Zandt, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Paris Review, Elizabeth McCracken, Times Literary Supplement, Sissy, Mark Mallman, Michelle de Kretser, Stella Donnelly, Jacob Tobia, Haruki Murakami Stereogum


Summerteeth Turns 20

"I dreamed about killing you again last night, and it felt alright to me." That's a hell of a way to begin a song, and a hellish way. Just when the sleepy acoustic guitar chords out front of "Via Chicago" have lulled you into a stupor, Jeff Tweedy arrives to announce his shrugging approval toward … More »
Tags: Music, Wilco, Chicago, The Anniversary, Jeff Tweedy, Jay Bennett




Solid Sound 2019 Lineup

Every two years, Wilco holds their Solid Sound festival at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts. Near the end of his recent memoir, Jeff Tweedy says the festival is like Wilco converted into a physical space: Besides multiple headlining performances by Wilco, all of the members' side projects and musical favorites perform, and … More »
Tags: Music, News, Wilco, Jeff Tweedy, Solid Sound, North Adams Massachusetts


Brendan Mathews's Playlist for His Short Fiction Collection "This Is Not a Love Song"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Booklist wrote of the book: "Mathews demonstrates in these stories an uncanny ability to inhabit characters with just a few well-crafted sentences. A master impersonator, Mathews...
Tags: Music, New York, Wilco, Chicago, David, John Coltrane, Mike Tyson, North Carolina, Peter Jackson, Tolkien, Sauron, Liz Phair, Public Image Limited, Veruca Salt, Metro, Juliana Hatfield


Luther Russell Exposes His "Deep Feelings" (premiere + interview)

Luther Russell's latest album, Medium Cool, arrives 22 February via Portland, Oregon's Fluff & Gravy imprint. It will also available on cassette via Burger Records.Russell, a music industry veteran who formed the Bootheels with Jakob Dylan, at 17, later fronted the Freewhelers, a group that recorded for both DGC and American in the 1990s. Since that time he has released a series of sturdy and consistent solo albums, shared stages with Wilco and Johnny Cash and has toured Europe and other ter...
Tags: Europe, Music, New York, Wilco, Los Angeles, Rock, Portland Oregon, Premiere, Jason, Derek, Peter Buck, Chilton, Robyn Hitchcock, Johnny Cash, Dylan, Russell


8 Memorable Daniel Johnston Covers For Austin’s Inaugural Hi, How Are You Day

In the 2005 documentary The Devil And Daniel Johnston, Jeff Tartakov -- who founded Stress Records in order to help Johnston mass-release his tapes -- stated that he set up his publishing company because "I felt like for him to actually make a living, he would be better off if other, more well-known artists were … More »
Tags: Music, Wilco, Austin, Karen O, Tom Waits, Sparklehorse, Yo La Tengo, Beach House, Johnston, Daniel Johnston, P, Gotcha Covered, The Dead Milkmen, Daniel Johnston Jeff Tartakov, Stress Records


Watch Jeff Tweedy Play Kimmel With His Sons, Blake Mills, Liam Finn, & James Elkington

Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy released his great solo album WARM late last year, and he's kicking off the tour in support of it this week with a residency in LA. To mark the occasion, he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to perform one of the album's best songs with an all-star band. More »
Tags: Video, Music, La, Wilco, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jeff Tweedy, Spencer Tweedy, Liam Finn, Blake Mills, James Elkington, Sam Tweedy


(Some Of) The Best Music Documentaries: From Amy to XTC

In this piece, Glen Peoples has compiled a list of some of the greatest documentaries from the '70s through to the '10s covering musicians, instruments, and music scenes. Although not comprehensive, the list contains some of the most exceptional highlights from the past fifty years. ________________________ Guest post by Glenn Peoples from Medium If you like documentaries, you’re at the right place. This list, compiled from recommendations I received on Twitter, is originally from my...
Tags: Music, La, Wilco, Los Angeles, James Brown, Radiohead, Netflix, Guest Post, Scott Walker, Amy Winehouse, Tokyo, Cuba, Seattle, Whitney Houston, George Michael, Kurt Cobain


Shorties (A Profile of Sigrid Nunez, A Profile of Jessica Pratt, and more)

The New York Times profiled author Sigrid Nunez. Rolling Stone profiled singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt. 38 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation yesterday (bringing the total to 847), including BuzzFeed’s best YA books, CrimeReads’ best crime novels, Electric Literature’s best nonfiction books, & World Literature Today’s notable translations . December's best eBook deals eBook on sale for $1.99 today: The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy. T...
Tags: Music, Wilco, David, Brooklyn, New York Times, Jessica Pratt, Jeff Tweedy, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Pat Conroy, Electric Literature, Sigrid Nunez, Brad Phillips, Adam Nemett, Dave Berman, Jason Reynolds Guernica, Tyrese Coleman


Popdose Song Premiere: Trapper Schoepp, “Freight Train”

Much has been made of Trapper Schoepp’s new album Primetime Illusion because it features a song co-written by Bob Dylan. Schoepp took an unrecorded song Dylan wrote in 1961, added some lyrics and a melody to make it his own. However, it’s not the only song on the new LP with roots from years gone by. “Freight Train” was originally written in the late 1980’s by San Francisco band Sister Double Happiness, a song that chronicles the bleak realities faced by those suffering with AIDS/HIV. “There’s a...
Tags: Music, Minneapolis, Berlin, Milwaukee, Wilco, San Francisco, Chicago, Frankfurt, Prague, Paris, Cambridge, Dynamo, Johnson, Rouen, Bern, Antwerp


Shorties (A Profile of John McPhee, an Interview with Jeff Tweedy, and more)

TIME profiled author John McPhee. Consequence of Sound and Exclaim! interviewed Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy. 46 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation Saturday (bringing the total to 754), including Autostraddle’s best feminist books, Kirkus Reviews’ best nonfiction lists, NYLON’s best books, and Slate’s best books. December's best eBook deals eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry The Moviegoer by Walker Percy The Other ...
Tags: Music, Wilco, David, John Mcphee, Jeff Tweedy, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Kirkus Reviews, Alice Hoffman, Bookforum, Madeline L Engle, John Keene, Nylon, Wendell Berry, Chandler Klang Smith Stream, Banana Rays, Waitresses Christmas Wrapping Electric Literature


Shorties (An Interview with Barbara Kingsolver, New Music from Xiu Xiu, and more)

Bookworm interviewed author Barbara Kingsolver. Stream a new song by Xiu Xiu. 71 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation Wednesday (bringing the total to 581), including the New York Times critics' favorite books, the New Yorker’s best books, and Food 52’s favorite cookbooks . December's best eBook deals eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: Delta Wedding by Eudora Welty The Fifties by David Halberstam R.I.P., Pete Shelley of the Buzzcocks. Li...
Tags: Music, Wilco, David, House, New York Times, Fleetwood Mac, Doe Paoro, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Barbara Kingsolver, Steve Gunn, Xiu Xiu, Eudora Welty, David Halberstam, Pete Shelley, Neyla Pekarek, Enrique Vila Matas


Rocking and talking: Musical memoirs from Jeff Tweedy and Beastie Boys put words to music

Rock memoirs tend toward some common themes: sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll. Jeff Tweedy’s “Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back): A Memoir Of Recording And Discording With Wilco, Etc.” includes all that, but there’s a whole lot more in this fine look back at his three-decade career, which spans from his early days in the alt-country trio Uncle Tupelo to his long-running leadership of the band Wilco. He also just released a solo album, “Warm,” and is scheduled to play a series of sold-out solo dates at LA’s ...
Tags: Books, Music, New York, La, Uncle Tupelo, Wilco, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Gwen Stefani, Las Vegas, Kim, Lily Allen, Ben Stiller, Penguin Random House


British Indie Folkers Night Flight Have Created an Understated Gem with Their Debut LP

None London indie folk band Night Flight bring together their two superb, previously released EPs Wanderlust and Carousel along with two brand new tracks on their self-titled debut album. The result is a ten-track summation of the band's ability to craft timeless indie folk songs that demonstrate a classicist approach to songwriting, albeit one that places the songs firmly in the here and now.Lead by frontman Sam Holmes, the songs on Night Flight possess the similar deep, confessional quality o...
Tags: Music, London, Review, Wilco, Amsterdam, Music Review, Jeff Buckley, Don, Holmes, Indie Rock, John Martyn, Jonny Buckland, Sam Holmes, Holme, Night Flight, Indie folk


The Pollies Broaden Out Their Southern Rock Sound on 'Transmissions'

None Much gets made of Pollies leader Jay Burgess's Muscle Shoals, Alabama roots. And that makes plenty of sense; there's probably no way a musician grows up in the cradle of a world-changing sound without absorbing some of that famous vibe. But like a lot of modern Southern rock, the Pollies can't easily be tied down to any one school, be it big city, small town, college town, back porch, Shoals vibe, Florida swamp rock, or Memphis indie-by-way-of-Stax. In fact, if you want to namecheck Memphi...
Tags: Music, Florida, Review, Alabama, Wilco, Rock, Music Review, Memphis, Dylan Leblanc, Indie Rock, Pollies, Jon Davis, Southern Rock, The pollies, Jay Burgess, Nicole Atkins Burgess


Wilco's dBpm Records Signs With ADA Worlwide, Jeff Tweedy Solo Album Out Today

Warner Music Group's indie arm ADA Worldwide has inked dBpm Records, the record label founded by Wilco in 2011. The deal includes Wilco front-man Jeff Tweedy’s first all-original solo album, WARM, out today. Wilco had been affiliated with WMG's Nonesuch label. Headquartered in Chicago, the label has released all of Wilco’s albums since The Whole Love in 2011 including Tweedy’s Sukierae and covers album Together At Last. "Wilco and dBpm are looking forward to continuing our relationship...
Tags: Music, Wilco, Chicago, Indie, Ada, Music Business, Indie Labels, Bruce Houghton, Jeff Tweedy, Tweedy, Jeff, Warner Music Group, WMG, Mark Greenberg, Eliah Seton, ADA Worldwide


Wilco's Jeff Tweedy on addiction, obsession and politics: 'White men are very fragile'

Over 30 years, Tweedy has battled drugs, alcohol and in-fighting to become one of the US’s most revered musicians. Now he has turned his experiences into a memoir and a solo albumThe Wilco loft is situated in a broad, pale-bricked warehouse, repurposed into offices for tech companies and counselling services in a quiet corner of Chicago. The band that lends its name to the site occupy two floors, their vast space housing a recording studio and a rehearsal area, filled with all the paraphernalia ...
Tags: Music, US, Wilco, Chicago, Culture, Pop and rock, Jeff Tweedy, Tweedy



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