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New Wilco video: Before Us

Video: Wilco – “Before Us” Directed by Zoran Orlic. From Ode to Joy, out now on dBpm. I saw Wilco in concert a few weeks ago and they still put on a great show. I am a solid member of the old school Wilco fan camp who believes they made their best stuff in their … Continue reading New Wilco video: Before Us

New Wilco video: Everyone Hides

Video: Wilco – “Everyone Hides” Directed by Jamie Fleischel. From Ode to Joy, due October 4, 2019 via dBpm. Boy, as if I needed another reminder how much I miss living in Chicago… In Wilco’s new video the band runs around town visiting all the best spots including Laurie’s Planet of Sound, the Music Box, … Continue reading New Wilco video: Everyone Hides

New Jeff Tweedy video: Family Ghost

Video: Jeff Tweedy – “Family Ghost” From WARMER, due April 13 on dBpm. I can appreciate any song that starts out declaring “I’m a dope.” That is a sentiment I can get behind. Tweedy goes on to describe how it feels to be a liberal middle aged white guy in today’s environment. I’m a dope … Continue reading New Jeff Tweedy video: Family Ghost

New Jeff Tweedy video: I Know What It’s Like

Video: Jeff Tweedy – “I Know What It’s Like” Directed by Mark Greenberg. From WARM, out now on dBpm Records. I’m about 100 pages into Tweedy’s memoir, Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back), and so far it’s really enjoyable. One of my favorite things about it so far is the antipathy he retains toward … Continue reading New Jeff Tweedy video: I Know What It’s Like

New Jeff Tweedy video: Some Birds

Video: Jeff Tweedy – “Some Birds” Directed by Seth Henrikson. From Warm, due November 20. Jeff Tweedy knows his audience. After all, he was once one of us. His only job outside of being in a band was as a record store clerk, so he understands well the things that set us off. The lead-off … Continue reading New Jeff Tweedy video: Some Birds