Ode to Joy, Wilco's 11th studio album features 11 songs and will be available worldwide October 4, 2019
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With wry songs full of black humor, his band became an underground favorite in the 1990s, and a new group, Purple Mountains, was set to tour.
It's Plus/Minus' first record in five years.
Kayo Dot, the endlessly eclectic project of composer and producer Toby Driver, was formed in 2003 by the members o...
The Messthetics are an instrumental trio featuring Brendan Canty (drums), Joe Lally (bass), and Anthony Pirog (guitar).
You should know J. Robbins' name. If you don't, here's a quick primer: As the frontman of the great DC band Jawbox, Robbins helped perfect a tangled, clangy, weirdly sensual form of post-hardcore before becoming a casualty of the post-Nirvana major-label signing rush. After that, Robbins led the also-great Burning Airlines, and then the band Channels and Office Of Future Plans. He also became one of the best underground-rock producers working in America. Robbins is about to have a busy summer. Jawbox are back together; they've just announced their first tour since their 1997 breakup. When they play their first show back together in June, it'll be their second time sharing a stage in decades. (The first was a very brief but exciting reunion on a 2009 episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.) But before that tour kicks off, Robbins is also doing something else cool. He's just announced that he'll release his first-ever solo album next month. It's called Un-becoming, and it's coming out
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