Well there it is. The Grammy. The award that artists strive to win and the one that bloggers and fans hate. Primarily because, as fans, we feel that OUR favorite bands deserve all the accolades and fuck the rest. But this award ceremony offers us a place to vent our frustrations and reaffirm our hatred for genres and artists we can’t stand. There’s gonna be a lot of hate for one Justin Bieber again…even… Read More
New album means tour dates. Wilco is following the formula and have announced quite a few dates in 2012 that will place the band primarily in the midwest and on the west coast. The tour kicks off on November 29th in Dallas, TX and will end on February 10th in Santa Barbara, CA. All of the dates are listed down below and Wilco’s new album, The Whole Love,… Read More
Up top, ladies and gents, is the new video from Wilco for the song “Born Alone” from their forthcoming album, The Whole Love, which is out on September 27th. The video takes you on a road trip while splicing in photos of what looks like ancient studio equipment and other miscellaneous items as well as footage of the band playing together. Push play and nod your head to a pretty good song.
You know you’ve been dreaming about this. Wilco has released its newest single, “I MIght,” from its forthcoming LP which is currently untitled. The single is also the band’s first release from its brand new label, dBpm Records. The track will be released on vinyl July 19th with the b-side being a cover of the song “I Love My Label”… Read More
The 10th anniversary of the Sasquatch music festival, which takes place in George, Washington, is going to have quite the lineup this year. For starters, Foo Fighters, Death Cab For Cutie, Wilco, Modest Mouse and The Flaming Lips are headlining this installment, which runs from May 27-30. Furthermore, Flaming Lips will play their 1999 album, The Soft Bulletin, in its entirety.
But that’s not all! You also get the Decemberists, Death… Read More
Jack White ain’t the only rocker with his own kick ass label anymore. Wilco have gotten into the game and formed their own record label called dBpm Records (via ). The label’s releases will be marketed and distributed via Anti- Records.
Frontman Jeff… Read More