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The Bowie tributes continue to flood in.
A handful of Aussie acts have been named on this year’s super-impressive Outside Lands festival lineup. Perth boys Tame Impala, producer extraordinaire Chet Faker and brother-sister duo Angus & Julia Stone are set to lead the San Francisco festival’s Aussie contingent. Rounding out Outside Lands’ roster of Aussie musos is Sydney group DMA’s. The trio
Tweedy is a duo comprised of Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and his 18-year-old son Spencer and the family band have now unveiled the tongue-in-cheek video for their single Low Key, which not only features a star-studded but was also directed by Nick Offerman, aka Parks and Recreation’s man of all wisdom Ron Swanson. The eccentric
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Addictions are shifting, shadowy things. They can start small and swell into something monstrous, or remain tiny and well-hidden for years and years. The internal conflict of the addict, not to mention the social stigma and shame attached to the label, can be as strong and overwhelming as the addiction itself, so it’s no wonder
It seems like every dude and his dog has covered Daft Punk‘s smash hit Get Lucky, so it should come as no surprise that alt country rockers Wilco, hip hop act The Roots and even the President of the United States have gotten on board – well, sort of. Wilco decided to Get Lucky at
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy has penned an open letter in a show of support for the Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act (SB 10), which is designed to legalise same-sex marriage in his home state of Illinois but appears in danger of failing to pass the House of Reps. The letter was published in the
After being briefly interrupted by his family arriving home, John Stirratt from Wilco walked away from the noise and chatted to Music Feeds about all things occurring in the New Year. The band’s Facebook page states that exciting things are to come in 2013, including a new record and an appearance at their own Solid
Of the many impressive names on the lineup for Bluesfest 2013, alternative rock act Wilco is one of the standouts for many festivalgoers. With the band’s eighth studio album, 2011’s The Whole Love, being nominated for Best Rock Album at the 54th Grammy Awards, Wilco appear to still be improving even after being together in
Jumping on the live streaming bandwagon, set by the impressive 2010 Coachella stream which set off a domino effect leading to many acts streaming concerts including Swedish House Mafia’s historic Madison Square Garden performance to Slipknot’s headline set at the 2011 Sonisphere festival, Wilco are currently streaming the opening night of their international tour, recorded
The new Wilco album, The Whole Love, is due to come out in September through the band’s own record label dBpm Records. Fueling fans’ anticipation and excitement, Jeff Tweedy and friends have put together a short video clip offering a preview of the album. The footage, which can be seen below, sees the band horsing
Quasi-avant garde San Francisco denizens Deerhoof are putting out a series of singles where carefully selected guest vocalists sing on instrumental tracks from Deerhoof’s most recent album Deerhoof vs Evil. The latest to try their luck is none other than Wilco‘s Jeff Tweedy, who sings on a new 7″ called Behold A Raccoon In The
The mighty and enduring Wilco have announced details of their new album, with The Whole Love set for release on September 27 (US). The album, their eighth in total, is a landmark release for Jeff Tweedy and co. as it is the first they will have put out on their own imprint, dBpm. Over the
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy recently completed a solo acoustic tour, featuring hints of new songs that may end up on the much-anticipated eighth Wilco album, including this new song that our friends at TwentyFourBit report on. Tweedy performed new song Open Your Mind on the Canadian television show George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, and you can listen
Wilco have chosen young Liam Finn to open all their Australian shows starting later this month.
On the back of their latest album, Wilco (The Album), the Chicago based sextet have decided it’s about time they graced us with their presence once more. Bringing his band which includes founding members Jeff Tweedy (guitar and vocals) and John Stirratt (bass)
Nonesuch Records/Warner Music Australia will release Wilco’s seventh studio recording, the aptly titled Wilco (the album) on July 3.