Video: Neil & Liam Finn – “Where’s My Room” Directed by Sam Kristofski. From Lightsleeper, out now. When your father is Neil Finn, then odds are when you make music it is going to be different. No, not in reaction to your famous(ish) father, no, not in spite of him, but it is going to … Continue reading New Neil & Liam Finn Video: Where’s My Room
Video: Neil & Liam Finn – “Back To Life” Directed by Sam Kristofski. From Lightsleeper, out August 24 on Lester Records. Eros was the Greek god who became Cupid when the Greeks gave way to the Romans. You probably associate one—or both—with the tag “the god of Love,” based primarily on the Valentine’s Day cards … Continue reading New Neil and Liam Finn Video: Back to Life
Fleetwood Mac has apparently given Lindsey Buckingham his walking papers, which is only metaphorically true as Buckingham has reportedly recently sold one of his homes in Brentwood for about $20-million and anyone who has that kind of money doesn’t walk anywhere unless (1) a red carpet is involved or (2) it has something to do … Continue reading Buckingham Out; Ringo Pissed
Members of Crowded House, Wilco, the Smiths, and Radiohead get together and record an album for charity.
YouTube playlist: Seven Worlds Collide 2009 According to Pitchfork, this documentary aired on TVNZ last month. 7 Worlds Collide is Neil Finn‘s project that raises money for Oxfam and features Radiohead‘s guitarist and drummer Ed O’Brien and Phil Selway, Johnny Marr, and most of Wilco. Previously: • 7 Worlds Collide Promo • Johnny Marr Joins … Continue reading 7 Worlds Collide 2009 video online
There’s a new promo for Neil Finn’s 7 Worlds Collide project that brought Jeff Tweedy and members of Wilco, Johnny Marr, members of Radiohead, and loads of other great musicians together to benefit OXFAM. Great clips from the recording of the album, short tour, and off-hours shenanigans. Bask in the glory of Jeff Tweedy in … Continue reading 7 Worlds Collide Promo
I Generally, we write about music here on GloNo, as many people tend to do. And while one might think that writing about music takes music as its direct subject, the preposition really works more in the context of location. That is, when I write about music, generally speaking it is in the vicinity of … Continue reading Just Listen