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Last week, Swedish indie-pop wonder Jens Lekman played Chicago's Lincoln Hall and played a new song, one he didn't deign to name. It's a characteristically sparkly number that opens with the line…   Read Story »
The Swedish indie-pop truth-teller Jens Lekman has been quiet in the game for altogether too long, and now he's finally just about ready to release his new EP An Argument With Myself, his follow-up…   Read Story »
Night Falls Over Kortedala was back in 2007, which has deprived fans of their fill of Lekman for many years, but has given music writers many-a-hacky opportunity to say that he's been "oh so silent"…   Read Story »
Jens Lekman has a five-song EP called An Argument With Myself due out in September. Lekman describes it as "a little taste of what's not to come." Some words from the label and the tracklist: In the…   Read Story »
Jens Lekman's premiered a soft-spoken new track "Cowboy Boots" via comedian/Secretly Canadian signee Tig Notaro's podcast "Professor Blastoff." Take a listen: (Via TwentyFourBit) You can…   Read Story »
Jens Lekman was the headliner at the Read and Shout Festival. It was an event created by librarian Matt Stead to raise awareness of the massive library closings across the UK. Lekman debuted played…   Read Story »
After reminding us "The End Of The World Is Bigger Than Love" (aka the summer is best experienced in 3/4 time), Lekman appeared on the Australian game show Spicks And Specks dressed like…   Read Story »
Nice to see swine flu hasn't roughed up the smooth, lacquered baritone of Mr. Lekman. Just a bit after giving us some Summer In 3/4 Time, though still without full word on an album to kill the…   Read Story »
Yep, it's summer. You know it is because of how everybody's losing power in Brooklyn and because of how everybody's making summer mixes. There's Cruel Summer, there's the morning benders' ode to heat…   Read Story »
This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »