Showing All "Wilco" Posts

Wilco spent a whole lot of last night on the Late Show With David Letterman set. The band served as musical guests on last night's episode, playing their relentlessly pleasant new single "Born Alone"…   Read Story »
"Born Alone," a vaguely Spoon-sounding track from Wilco's new album The Whole Love, has a video. It's a montage of band-related imagery (guitar racks, studio knobs, faces), and it's nothing too…   Read Story »
Wilco's eighth album is streaming at Wilco World for the next 24 hours. You already know (and seem to like) the first single "I Might," and you've seen an acoustic rendition of another new one,…   Read Story »
Here, Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy unfurls a cut from Wilco's forthcoming The Whole Love at St. Louis's Peabody Opera House, a short jaunt from his hometown Belleville, IL. Check out the St. Louis…   Read Story »
We've heard "I Might" in the studio and some other new songs at Wilco's Solid Sound festival. Today's news is that the forthcoming The Whole Love will feature 12 tracks produced by Jeff Tweedy,…   Read Story »
Wilco's second annual Solid Sound fest has come to a close. Yesterday we posted the fuzzed "I Might," and Nick Lowe cover "I Love My Label," two sides of a new 7" sold at the site. Now we've got…   Read Story »
Wilco's new single "I Might" has gone on sale at this weekend's Solid Sound Fest (AKA Wilcopalooza) in North Adams, MA. The song's a taut stomper, with circular riffs and snaky organs highlighting an…   Read Story »
dBpm Records (AKA Wilco: The Label) officially launched earlier this year, and now we're getting some details about its debut Wilco release. New single "I Might" will be released on limited edition…   Read Story »
Sasquatch! took place over four nights this Memorial Day Weekend. The Washington Festival included some very anticipated shows, including Wolf Parade's next to last show, new tracks from Modest…   Read Story »
Hopefully by now you've heard Smother, the third album from Wild Beasts. As with all their records, it feels like it comes out of nowhere. And as always, I have trouble finding reference points to…   Read Story »