A Wilco riff that just won’t quit — for good reason

Wilco's new album, The Whole Love, concludes with a song unlike any I've ever heard from a Jeff Tweedy band. It's twelve minutes long, but not for the sake of a guitar freak-out (Poor Places). Nor does it want to pound home a point, or feeling (Misunderstood). A critic from Aquarium Drunkard describes it eloquently: Continue reading “A Wilco riff that just won’t quit — for good reason”

The political wit of Jeff Tweedy (with music too!)

Sometimes I think the Internet is the greatest invention ever, and sometimes I think it's the greatest waste of time in world history.  But sometimes you can split the difference. You can listen to music and do other stuff at the same time. Plus, of course, the music can be pretty darn wonderful.  Such asContinue reading “The political wit of Jeff Tweedy (with music too!)”