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One respectable way to spend last night's meteor shower w as with My Morning Jacket, dressed in period attire, performing the hailed new song "Circuital," nailing most every stop on the discography…   Read Story »
On Friday, the Roots posted up a full album stream of their 11th LP, How I Got Over. The LP credits ought to have a special mention of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon's music booker: many of its…   Read Story »
"Dear God 2.0" obviously remakes Monsters Of Folk's “Dear God (Sincerely M.O.F.)" and is maybe referencing "The Seed (2.0)," Internet 2.0, and (by default) XTC, but once Black Thought gets going,…   Read Story »
The Roots' forthcoming How I Got Over will feature John Legend and Jim James, as well as a sample of The Milk-Eyed Mender's "Book OF Right-On." Newsom didn't re-record it -- she appears in sampled…   Read Story »
We mentioned Jim James's appearance on the Preservation Hall's Benefit LP a couple months back. The house jazz band started a short tour with My Morning Jacket yesterday that will continue to May 2.…   Read Story »
Yim Yames told BBC 6 Music My Morning Jacket's working on their sixth album ("[W]e're knocking around three or four songs") and that Monsters Of Folk will "likely" follow their self-title debut with…   Read Story »
The last time a video featured Conor Oberst in a public performance period piece, he was getting clobbered by trash and tomatoes. But that was before he and Mogis recruited Yim Yames on drums and M.…   Read Story »
In a very special Halloween edition of the 'Gum Drop, David "Moose" Adamson, aka Jookabox, told us "Evil Nite" -- "a song about the infection taking hold of a pure soul in limbo" -- is an early…   Read Story »
Conor Oberst, M. Ward, Jim James, Mike Mogis, and Centro-matic's Will Johnson donned their best late-night suits and played Seattle's Paramount Theatre last night. Photographer Laura Musselman was on…   Read Story »
Monsters Of Folk are four dudes better known for other projects, they are the Them Crooked Vultures of the NPR-section of contemporary music, they are like the Traveling Wilburys but not as iconic,…   Read Story »