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Neil Young's upcoming solo album Le Noise is finished according to the singer himself, who announced the new via Facebook. The Daniel Lanois-produced album will be out 9/28 on vinyl and CD, and…   Read Story »
This unreleased backstage version of "Bull Black Nova" comes from the same La Blogothèque session where Wilco did "Country Disappeared" back in February. It was filmed by Derrick Belcham, who does a…   Read Story »
"You Are Not Alone" is the title track from gospel/soul singer Mavis Staple's forthcoming Jeff Tweedy-produced collection, the followup to 2007's Ry Cooder-produced We’ll Never Turn Back. The new…   Read Story »
Wilco -- featuring a rough-looking Jeff Tweedy -- were on Craig Ferguson's show last night. Tweedy could be tired from festival planning. The band just added Avi Buffalo, Vetiver, guitarist Sir…   Read Story »
Surprisingly, it won't be in Chicago (maybe one artist-curated festival is enough). Wilco's first Solid Sound Festival, in North Adams, MA, is a three-day event with "art, music, comedy, and…   Read Story »
Wilco played the gorgeous Olympia theater in Montreal on February 27, and the timing was perfect for a Takeaway Show, if only La Blogothèque and the band could work out a time: "Sometimes we tell…   Read Story »
Toronto's Sky Blue Sky Sandwich Company Ltd opened a Wilco-themed sandwich shop, with sandwiches named after Wilco tracks like the Outta Mind (Outta Sight), the Hell Is Chrome, and the Say You Miss…   Read Story »
A week or so ago we told you that when Wilco's not covering Skip Spence, they're covering Neil Young. They initially made like Shakey for the 2010 MusiCares event. Judging from unkind reviews the…   Read Story »
We told you Beck and friends (Jamie Lidell, Wilco, Feist, etc.) were covering Skip Spence's 1969 solo album Oar for Hansen's Record Club: They've made it to song five, "Weighted Down (The Prison…   Read Story »
When not collaborating with Charlotte Gainsbourg on IRM, Beck continues adding covers collections to his Record Club. His (and MGMT and Devendra Banhart's) go at Songs Of Leonard Cohen included mixed…   Read Story »