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Last night, Beck played Marymoor Park in Seattle with opener Jenny Lewis. As part of the show's encore, Beck and Lewis took the stage together to do a surprisingly reverent and unironic version of…   Read Story »
Austin City Limits begins its 40th season 10/4 on PBS, and to kick off the milestone, Beck is doing a full-hour performance of his hits. We've got a preview of that episode today. Watch a high-energy…   Read Story »
There was a lot of nudity and violence and crisp, vivid black-and-white in this week's music videos, but most of the videos that leaned heavily on those tropes didn't make it onto this week's…   Read Story »
Beck stopped by The Colbert Report last night, and in addition to performing "The Heart Is A Drum" and "Heaven's Ladder," he also sat down for an interview. Beck described his new album as "a little…   Read Story »
Today, Beck releases the guest-heavy recorded version of Song Reader, his sheet-music album. That's the second LP Beck has dropped this year, following the elegantly bummed comeback album Morning…   Read Story »
Back in 2012, when he was taking a break from recording proper albums, Beck released Song Reader, an "album" made up of nothing but sheet music. And after refusing to play the songs in public for a…   Read Story »
After headlining Newport Folk Festival on Saturday night, Jack White made his way over to Beck's concert in nearby Providence, Rhode Island to perform for the whole encore. The two did "Loser" and…   Read Story »
As previously speculated, Beck is finally releasing an official version of his 2012 sheet music album Song Reader at the end of the month. Beck will only be performing one song ("Heaven's Ladder")…   Read Story »
Morning Phase, the gorgeous bum-out of an album that Beck released earlier this year, was the first album he'd recorded in six years, but it's not the first one he wrote. In 2012, Beck published Song…   Read Story »
There was a time, circa Midnite Vultures, when every Beck song seemed to be aiming at Prince pastiche. That time was 1999, which is an appropriate time for such endeavors, all things considered. Yet…   Read Story »