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Rilo Kiley already shared one video from its career-spanning rarities collection rkives, the fan-servicey tour footage montage "Let Me Back In." Today they've released visuals for "Emotional," a…   Read Story »
In 1965, British Invasion greats the Animals had a hit with their cover of Nina Simone's "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood," and now the former Animals frontman Eric Burdon has teamed up with the former…   Read Story »
The video for Rilo Kiley’s “Let Me Back In” is a real treat for die-hard fans of the band. In honor of their upcoming compilation rkives, they’ve collected a ton of tour footage of their time…   Read Story »
Without hearing a single note of their music, at least two members of indie rock band Rilo Kiley should be somewhat recognizable to virtually anyone in the United States who came of age in the '80s…   Read Story »
Rilo Kiley's breakup seemed pretty acrimonious, so it's no surprise the band isn't getting back together anytime soon, but a couple weeks ago, they did announce the forthcoming release of a new…   Read Story »
When I checked out the pre-order Amazon link for Rilo Kiley's upcoming rarities compilation RKives commenter Jack tipped us off to yesterday (thanks, Jack!), I felt like I was being Catfish'd. There…   Read Story »
In September we toasted the best new bands of 2011. Bright futures for those guys! But come this time of year it's also important to remember the musical groups who called it a day. Some of these…   Read Story »
After 13 years Rilo Kiley have broken up, basically citing irreconcilable differences. As disgruntled guitarist Blake Sennett told Spinner: I just felt like there was a lot of deception, disloyalty,…   Read Story »
Last month Death Cab For Cutie returned to the spotlight with "You Are A Tourist," the great first single and video from their forthcoming Codes And Keys. A sunny addition to our spring playlist, it…   Read Story »
It's been five years since we've heard new music from the Elected, Rilo Kiley guitarist Blake Sennett's indie pop side-project. Bury Me In My Rings, the Elected's third LP, finds Sennett playing most…   Read Story »