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Stream New Lucinda Williams Tunes

Five songs up for listening over at Lost Highway. "Jailhouse Tears" features Elvis Costello. (The man is busy.)… More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 17, 2008

Elvis Costello, Feist, Toby Keith To Join For A Colbert Xmas

Stephen Colbert's very special Christmas Special, the one for which Fountains Of Wayne's Adam Schlesinger is writing all the songs, just got a little more Special. The CC Insider (via Videogum) reports that Adam's tunes will be performed by singers of bloggable (see: Elvis Costello, Feist), excitable (see: John Legend), and jingoistic… More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 16, 2008

The Police, Smokey Robinson Join Elvis Costello For A Night At The Apollo

Last night cup o' soup supporter Elvis Costello welcomed fans into a taping of his Sundance television series Spectacle: Elvis Costello With.... There was this note up at his site: We're announcing a unique opportunity for you to take part in a historic music television event in New York City next week. We have… More »

By: brandon / August 7, 2008

Stream Elvis Costello’s Momofuku

Let's just start with a nice nullus on the post title. We've told you about Momofuku, its initial formats, its meaning and its Jenny Lewis. Today Elvis Costello's new one's available digitally and on CD for those of you who eschewed the vinyl version. Starting NOW, you can also stream it in full… More »

By: brandon / May 6, 2008

Elvis Costello’s Momofuku Is All About Cup O’ Soup, Jenny Lewis

A ways back we mentioned Elvis Costello was releasing his new album Momofuku as a vinyl LP and that a unique "digital download code" comes with the package. Turns out, a couple weeks later, there'll also be a CD. Now, in a bountiful update rightfully titled "ABSO-MOMOFUKU-LY" at his website, Mr. Costello lets u… More »

By: brandon / April 22, 2008

Elvis Costello’s Momofuku Coming, But Not On CD

Add Elvis C. to the list of artists with an unusual release angle in this ever turbulent music industry (Lefsetz, weigh in!). According to Billboard, his forthcoming album Momofuku -- the tasty sounding follow-up to 2004's The Delivery Man -- is out 4/22 on Lost Highway as a vinyl LP and "digital download code"… More »

By: brandon / March 21, 2008

Elvis Costello & Clover Revisit My Aim Is True

Last week Elvis Costello played two-sold out shows at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, running through the entirety of My Aim Is True. His band for the nights was Clover, who backed him for the recording of the album in 1977 (the members went on to play with Huey Lewis, Lucinda Williams,… More »

By: Stereogum / November 14, 2007

House Soundtrack Features Elvis Covering Christina, Makes Us Collect “Teardrop”s

A few years ago, Hugh Laurie set aside his Steven Fry-collaborating comic past and his British accent to take over FOX (and the Golden Globes) with his portrayal of Dr. House (although he is better remembered around here for calling us "sweet cheeks"). On top of his debonair charm, Hugh's got a good… More »

By: Stereogum / August 16, 2007

Toddler-Touring Tips From Mates Of State

Today, the folks at Nerve launch Babble, a site devoted to "the new urban parent." And while that doesn't quite include us yet, it does mean we get cool child-toting tips from indie-rock couple Mates Of State! More »

By: Stereogum / December 13, 2006

Eight Little Boxes

We stopped watching Weeds after a few episodes this season. It just got too silly. But, Showtime's high comedy does deliver a cool, new version of Malvina Reynolds's theme every week. The season kicked off with Elvis Costello's funky, acoustic take. Since then, some of our favorite artists have taken liberties with the folk tune'… More »

By: Stereogum / October 30, 2006

New Elvis Costello – “Little Boxes” (Theme To Weeds)

Just doing some browsing of sho.com after smelling that wacky Weeds ad in Rolling Stone, and behold: they're already streaming the season premiere's opening tune. (A different artist will sing Malvina Reynolds's "Little Boxes" in each episode.) Check out Elvis Costello's version here. (Can one of you turn into an MP3… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / August 12, 2006

Elvis & Billie Joe Perform “Good Riddance”

It's amazing, but not surprising, how Elvis Costello can make any song ten times cooler. Here he is with performing with Billie Joe Armstrong at VH1's Decades Rock Live. Dig those harmonies! I wish I had full clips of "Accidents Will Happen" and "Kinder Murder" (with Ben Gibbard and Nick Harmer) to share instead, but… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / July 27, 2006

Elvis Costello & Billie Joe Perform “Alison”

Cool clip (ok, half cool) from the Decades Rock Live tribute to Elvis Costello airing Friday on VH1 Classic. Rolling Stone notes: Billie Joe is the nervous one in leather and eyeliner whisper/singing like he's at a high school talent show and Costello is the badass in shades belting it out like he'… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / July 19, 2006

Death Cab, Fiona, Billie Joe Serenade Elvis Costello

The Philadelphia Inquirer reviews VH1 Classic's "Decades Rock Live" tribute to Elvis Costello, taped Friday at the "half-full, lousy-sounding Mark G. Etess Arena" in Atlantic City. The event featured Death Cab For Cutie, Fiona Apple, and Billie Joe Armstrong performing for and with Elvis.The show was smartly conceived, the material well-chosen. Death Cab'… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / May 23, 2006

“We Had A Horrible Winter At The Monastery Because Of Your Heating System”

Only David Chase can make a ten year old Moby song relevant. Sopranos caught my attention as a purveyor of novel soundtrack songs when I heard Elvis Costello's "Complicated Shadows" a few seasons back. Unlike The O.C. or your favorite future CW dramedy, the tunes are chosen with the plot in mind, not to… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / March 21, 2006

Elvis Costello Gets Artsy Again

We love Elvis, whether he's rocking out with the Imposters or delving into lite-fm with the Brodsky Quartet, Burt Bacharach, Anne Sofie von Otter, et al. His latest project is My Flame Burns Blue, a collaboration with Metropole Orkest, recorded live at the 2004 North Sea Jazz Festival. Flame finds Declan reinterpreting hi… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / February 27, 2006

Stereogum Classic

Over Glenmorangies and Hoegaardens at dba last night, Jen and Jeff suggested Stereogum go classic rock today. Didn't take much convincing 'cause these artists have been on my mind this week... ELVIS COSTELLO Rhino's finally completed its four-year purge of everything Elvis ever recorded. Unlike the previous expanded reissues, More »

By: Stereogum / June 1, 2005

New Team 9 Mashups

Bob Dylan's "Blowin' In The Wind" VS Air's "Mike Mills" > Team 9 - "Mike's Blowin' In The Wind" A little creepy, but worth a listen. The Cure's "Lovesong" VS The Beatles' "Taxman" > Team 9 - "Lovetax" A decent mix ... honestly, I'll listen to any Cure boot. Elvis Costello'… More »

By: Stereogum / January 14, 2005

Napoleon Dynamite Vs. Elvis Costello

Did you guys realize that Napoleon Dynamite is an old pseudonym of Elvis Costello. He used it in the credits of Blood & Chocolate. Is 24-year-old writer/director/Mormon Jared Hess a big Elvis fan? Actually no, learns Entertainment Weekly: Jared Hess: Two days before the end of shooting, a high-school-age extra asks,… More »

By: Stereogum / July 10, 2004

Two Way Monologue

Norwegian songwriter/guitarist Sondre Lerche looks back to greats like Steely Dan and Elvis Costello. Stream his new disc. More »

By: Stereogum / March 2, 2004
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