Tag Archives: Conor Oberst

New Conor Oberst video: Barbary Coast (Later)

Video: Conor Oberst – “Barbary Coast (Later)” From Salutations, out now on Nonesuch. We already covered the fact that Oberst’s latest is the full-band version of his previous release. Carrying on… This video is touching and effective, the story of a little boy trying to follow his dreams after the world lets him down. Directed … Continue reading New Conor Oberst video: Barbary Coast (Later)

New Conor Oberst video: Till St. Dymphna Kicks Us Out

Video: Conor Oberst – “Till St. Dymphna Kicks Us Out” From Salutations, due March 17 on Nonesuch. So apparently Oberst’s last album, Ruminations, was just a collection of demos for this new album. According to Nonesuch: When Oberst wrote and recorded the songs on Ruminations, entirely solo—with just voice, piano, guitar and harmonica—he intended to … Continue reading New Conor Oberst video: Till St. Dymphna Kicks Us Out

New Desaparecidos video: City On The Hill

Video: Desaparecidos – “City On The Hill”

Desaparecidos – "City on the Hill" (Official Music Video) I Epitaph Records

Conor Oberst leads his “political punk” band on a cheerful little ditty about how everything is bullshit and we’re all doomed.

All the founding fathers
sowed their seeds into servant girls
All the godless heathens
had to leave to make a newer world
So we could live together in America
Justice is blind and so is love

Good times. From Payola, due June 23 on Epitaph. Directed by Rob Soucy.

Via punknews.

New Conor Oberst video: Common Knowledge

Video: Conor Oberst – “Common Knowledge” Watch Conor Oberst tool around the Nonesuch Records offices in a bad wig in his latest video from Upside Down Mountain. He reads the Bible, pounds a bottle of water, and trims his wig. The video is a little goofy, but the song is good: a character study of … Continue reading New Conor Oberst video: Common Knowledge

Conor Oberst, Taylor Goldsmith and First Aid Kit – Lua

Maybe we tweeted about this already—I don’t know, who can keep up anymore?—but it’s worth a few more than 120 characters. Conor Oberst links up with “his boy” Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes and the gals from First Aid Kit to sing a truly lovely song on the banks of a lake. “Lua” is a Bright … Continue reading Conor Oberst, Taylor Goldsmith and First Aid Kit – Lua

Monsters of Folk: Conor Oberst, Jim James, M. Ward and Mike Mogis

MP3: Monsters of Folk – “Say Please” from Monsters of Folk, out now on Shangri-La (courtesy of Magnet) Paste has a good interview with Conor Oberst, Jim James, M. Ward, and Mike Mogis, who together have released an album as Monsters of Folk. Yes, it’s a stupid name, and they acknowledge that. But I like … Continue reading Monsters of Folk: Conor Oberst, Jim James, M. Ward and Mike Mogis

Conor Oberst documentary – One of My Kind

Video: Conor Oberst – “One of My Kind” Documentary This 60-minute long documentary was made by Conor Oberst and The Mystic Valley Band‘s guitar-tech Phil Schaffart over the past year and a half. Schaffart began video taping the band in Tepoztlan, Mexico in 2008 while they were recording their first album and continued filming as … Continue reading Conor Oberst documentary – One of My Kind

Conor Oberst – Danny Callahan

MP3: Conor Oberst – “Danny Callahan” from Conor Oberst, out August 5 on Merge. Sounds like Bright Eyes, but it’s his first solo album since some cassette releases in the mid-90s. Why go solo now? Who knows? Maybe Merge made him an offer he couldn’t refuse, and since “Bright Eyes” is so historically tied to … Continue reading Conor Oberst – Danny Callahan

Emo Game: I’m All Smart Like That

A Glorious Noise interview with the creator of the Emo Game. By Derek Phillips Sure, they got a rep for nerd glasses, perfectly messed hair and being sensitive and in touch with their feelings, but Emo kids have a darker side. Graphic designer, Jason Oda, created the Emo Game for those twisted bastards to live … Continue reading Emo Game: I’m All Smart Like That