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Wilco (music group)

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  • The music you bought this week: J. Cole, Nirvana and more

     
    J. Cole has been hyped for so long he's lost, for all intents and purposes, his newcomer status. Nevertheless, the Jay-Z pal lands atop the U.S. pop chart this week with his debut album, as his "Cole World: The Sideline Story" sold 217,000 copies,...
  • Scottish singer-guitarist Bert Jansch dies at 67

     
    Bert Jansch dies of cancer at 67. British folk guitarist Jansch influenced musicians from Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, Donovan, Paul Simon to contemporary players such as Devendra Banhart....
  • Album review: Feist's 'Metals'

     
    What a beautiful record. Truly gorgeous, the kind that wins both hearts and awards — perfect for a dinner party, a drive along Pacific Coast Highway, or a good, healthy cry. It’s the record that Leslie Feist, who records as Feist, has hinted...
  • Album review: Ryan Adams' 'Ashes & Fire'

     
    Beyond Ryan Adams’ well-documented personal life — his marriage to Mandy Moore; his battle with the hearing disorder Meniere’s disease — lies the fleshy heart and soul of a brilliant singer and songwriter. His fragile lyrics and...
  • SideOneDummy owner corrals indie labels for free music site

     
    SideOneDummy has teamed with other indie labels, including Epitaph/Anti-, Sub Pop, and Rhymesayers, to create a "digital newsstand" to distribute free music....
  • Culture Watch: Jeff Gauthier Goatette, 'Open Source'

     
    Aided by longtime collaborators Nels and Alex Cline, violinist and composer Jeff Gauthier offers a mix of raw improvisation and lush compositional verve....
  • Talking with Lucinda Williams: Americana queen tells why her trickle of work has become a flood

     
    There was a time when Lucinda Williams albums came like raindrops in a drought, just four in her first 18 years as a recording artist, each one hardly quenching the parched tongues of her small but avid fan base. But......
  • Ralph Fest: Oh, what a night for Ralph Ameduri

     
    There were tears. There was joy.  There were more than 30 bands covering everything from hip children's tunes to rock, rockabilly, bluegrass, country and the gloriously kitschy. And all that made Ralph Fest, Sunday's epic street-party send-off for Orlando...
  • Live: Feist at the Wiltern

     
    For upward of 40 people, Leslie Feist's sold-out Saturday night concert at the Wiltern was a surprisingly intimate affair. By midway through, the artist had invited audience members to join her onstage, only much later realizing one of the hazards of...
  • Grammys: Lady Gaga goes zombie and the record of the year noms

     
    Lady Gaga opened the annual Grammy nomination concert in what looked to be a "Nightmare Before Christmas" zombie costume, performing the dance-meets-hair metal mix-up that is "Marry the Night." The Halloween-like choreography played out like a nod to...
  • Who is challenging the cultural hegemony of the Boomers?

     
    The following exchange took place on this week's Slate Culture Gabfest podcast: Stephen Metcalf: I can’t talk to you about a cultural phenomenon that’s making me feel old anymore. And there’s something wrong with that. Something’...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Have You Met Our Friend Jerry Mander?

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The state Senate wrapped up its calendar for the year last night by approving a map of the 18 Congressional districts Pennsylvania will have in 2012. The narrow 26-24 vote saw four Republicans: Mike Brubaker......