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The insanely prolific Guided By Voices will release a brand new LP English Little League, a follow-up to January's Down By The Racetrack EP. Here's "Funky Minnows," quick and quirky, like most of the…   Read Story »
I grew up in Columbus, OH, only a Pabst-splash away from Guided By Voices' hometown, Dayton. Yet I found out about Guided by Voices like much of the rest of America, through SPIN Magazine and Buffy…   Read Story »
The reunited Guided By Voices somehow released three full-length albums over the course of 2012; evidently, they couldn't wait to get back to their absurdly-prolific fighting weight. And they're…   Read Story »
"Don't call it a comeback" is usually a phrase uttered self-protectively by musicians who are very much coming back from some degree of obscurity. Dr. Dre wasn't exactly absent during the seven-year…   Read Story »
Keeping track of Bob Pollard's creative output isn't exactly an easy or enjoyable task -- sometimes it seems like the dude is just bent on utterly exhausting his fanbase. Yet, somehow, he never…   Read Story »
GBV's "Keep It In Motion" comes from the "classic" lineup's second full-length this year. First of all, that these indie elders are producing at this clip, let alone with results as assured and…   Read Story »
"Class Clown Spots A UFO" is the title track from Guided By Voices' forthcoming LP, though it's been knocking around under different titles, and via different recording sessions, for a very long…   Read Story »
The reunited classic-lineup version of Guided By Voices appears to be back to its old prodigious ways. At the very beginning of the year, the band released the strong reunion album Let's Go Eat The…   Read Story »
Guided By Voices just released Let's Go Eat The Factory earlier this year, so a solo album from Robert Pollard is long overdue. In March, GBV's Budweiser bard releases Mouseman Cloud, an album Fire…   Read Story »
New year, new feature! Welcome to Rank & File, where we track the week's biggest people and stories in easily digestible chart-form. We did this because sometimes it's hard to know what was the…   Read Story »