Watch Wilco perform “Someone to Lose” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night.
Wilco’s Schmilco Is Sad, Quiet, Risky, and Great Vulture
“most emotionally resonant record in a decade, gorgeously naked and efficient.”
The AV Club
“endlessly intriguing and inventive” Wall Street Journal
“a lived-in skepticism of the burden of normalcy.” LA Times
“Stripped back yet unnervingly intense” Uncut 9/10
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On September 6, 200+ independent record shops worldwide hosted an early premiere of ‘Schmilco.’ Thanks to our record store friends for debuting the music in our favorite way — on vinyl, amongst friends & in your town.
Flip through fan photos on Instagram and post your own while you’re listening to ‘Schmilco’ wherever you are, whenever you are.
Q: What book made the biggest impact on you?
A: Don Quixote
Q: Which is your favorite album of 2016 until now?
A: Big Thief – Masterpiece / Kacy & Clayton – Strange Country / Countless others
Jeff took to Twitter to answer a few fan questions.
Check out the Q&A right here.
Nels Cline’s ‘Lovers’ album is out now on Blue Note Records. A double-album featuring originals, standards and covers, ‘Lovers’ offers an update on the mood music idea and ideal, challenging our iconic notion of romance along the way. It was recorded with an ensemble of 23, and conducted and arranged by Michael Leonhart.
Wilco returned for a rare second appearance on NPR Music’s Tiny Desk with “The Joke Explained” from ‘Star Wars’ and early catalog favorites.