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Wilco (music group)

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  • S.F.'s Weekend brings British isles gloom to the Echo tonight

     
    The fast-rising San Francisco trio Weekend might be one of the best at sad-sack post-punk since the original articles....
  • Wilco's Nels Cline: 'L.A. gets no respect as far as culture'

     
    Before Wilco's Jeff Tweedy plucked guitarist Nels Cline out of the L.A. underground to john his Chicago rock 'n' roll collective, Cline was already something of an avant-garde legend. There was only one problem: Cline was broke....
  • Twenty essential R.E.M. songs

     
    With Michael Stipe’s poetic, often cryptic lyrics and Peter Buck’s ringing guitar lines, REM leaves behind a legacy of radio hits, sleeper favorites, aged chestnuts, downright gaffes and beautifully conceived minor-chord odes. Here’s a...
  • Jay-Z, Alicia Keys a highlight of I Heart Radio fest, night one

     
    I Heart Radio: Ryan Seacrest and Clear Channel teamed up for I Heart Radio music festival in Las Vegas. Jay-Z, Alicia Keys and others perform on night one....
  • I Heart Radio: Seacrest/Clear Channel celebrate in Las Vegas

     
    The guys on Las Vegas Boulevard barking out ticket deals in front of the Bellagio this morning weren't offering Donny & Marie or George Wallace passes. They were hollering Lady Gaga's name, Jay-Z, Coldplay, Rascal Flatts access, in the form......
  • Facebook's music ambitions get louder

     
    Spotify has been quick to lend its support to Facebook's new music integration features, which the social media site unveiled at its F8 conference Thursday. Spotify chief Daniel Ek not only appeared at F8, but his company also unveiled a video in which it...
  • Best Coast to get the Jon Brion treatment

     
    Jon Brion, the avant pop orchestrator who's a longtime regular of Largo, will be producing the sophomore effort from Best Coast....
  • 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,...
  • Wilco's riveting 'Art of Almost,' an oral history

     
    Wilco on "Art of Almost": It's an attempt to trace the evolution of the song, from as many different perspectives as possible. The interviews were conducted over a two-day span in Chicago....
  • 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...