Nonesuch reveals Wilco’s new album cover art.
30,000 Glorious Noise fans can’t be wrong – Thanks, everybody!
Three new albums from Jay Bennett this year? Wow.
Defacing Britney: A Look at New York’s Newest Folk Art – from Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood.
The Chicago contingent of the Glorious Noise posse. Update: a few more photos, this time from the Blue Ribbon Brothers show at the Edgewater Lounge. [Full disclosure: Derek Phillips (a.k.a. Phil) is both a contributor to Glorious Noise as well as a member of the BRB, and by the way, they’re playing Saturday, the 26th, … Continue reading Look at Us!
Find the cost of freedom buried in the ground.
Futures of Music – a great article from the Times (free registration required). Includes picture of Ian MacKaye.
Weezer Lets the Hardcore Fans Produce their New Album Weezer’s “Green” album, which ranked 83rd in Billboard’s top albums of 2001, disappointed many of the band’s original fans—myself included—because of its repetitive song structures, dispassionate singing, impersonal lyrics, simplistic guitar solos and overall slickness. The sales, however, seemed to vindicate frontman Rivers Cuomos’ separation from … Continue reading Grasp the Rock
Last Plane to Jakarta has an unbelievably great new article about an unbelievably awful-sounding tape. Yes, a cassette tape. By a band called therefore. Yes, with a period at the end. Be sure to read his pop-up annotations. They’re wonderful. An example (on the subject of throwing away tapes we don’t even like): Well, of … Continue reading An unbelievably awful-sounding tape
Best albums of the 1990s: Unpop.com’s best independent releases and Nude as the News’ list that includes the majors. [via pptl]