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Song Of The Day: Wilco, “Love Is Everywhere (Beware)”

Taken from the dBpm Records release, Ode To Joy.

The dB’s & Friends: Christmas Time Again! (Omnivore)

This classic College Rock Christmas album gets a fine updating and offers interesting, enjoyable, and original holiday-related numbers.

Nikki Sudden: Red Brocade (Easy Action)

The recent deluxe reissue of Nikki Sudden’s 1999 collaboration with The Chamber Strings serves as a cautionary tale about the mixing process.

Every Other Summer (TrixieFilm/dBpm)

Every Other Summer is a documentary film of the Wilco-curated Solid Sound Festival, and this film about the 2013 edition highlights what makes this a different kind of festival experience.

Uncle Tupelo: No Depression (Legacy)

Though they came from a humble, hardscrabble scene, Belleville, Illinois-based Uncle Tupelo would posthumously be recognized as and promoted to the role of being founding fathers of the “” (whatever that is) movement. After four albums and a rather bitter split, fans have accepted that no reunion will ever take place, but because of the quality… Read More ›