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Jeff Tweedy Shares New Video for “Gwendolyn”

By: Staff – Jeff Tweedy is back with a new video for his track “Gwendolyn”, which will be featured on his new album, Love Is The King, out October 23rd via dBpm Records, with the physical release following on January 15th.  “Gwendolyn”’s lyrics are honeyed and filled with slant rhymes: “She holds my hand between her knees // … Continue reading

Jeff Tweedy Announces New Book, “How To Write One Song”

By: Staff – Jeff Tweedy announces his new book, How To Write One Song, out October 13th via Dutton, and available for pre-order now. It’s the follow-up to Tweedy’s bestselling 2019 memoir, Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back). In How To Write One Song, Tweedy has created a candid and fascinating primer on the … Continue reading

Wilco And Sleater-Kinney Announce 2020 Co-Headlining Tour

By: Staff – Wilco and Sleater-Kinney have announcd their “It’s Time” Summer 2020 co-headlining tour. After their respective North American and European runs in support of last year’s Ode To Joy, Wilco will return stateside, closing out each night of their co-headlining tour with Sleater-Kinney, who just closed out their The Center Won’t Hold tour. … Continue reading

Photos: Wilco, Lord Huron @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Eric Fefferman – Acclaimed Chicago-based alt-rock band Wilco, who released their eleventh album, Ode to Joy, on October 4th , 2019 via dBpm Records, which featured the single “Love Is Everywhere (Beware)”, performed at Budweiser Stage in Toronto last night (Oct. 8th) with indie folk-rock band Lord Huron, who released their third album, … Continue reading

Wilco Announce New Album “Ode to Joy”, Drop First Single, “Love Is Everywhere (Beware)”

By: Staff – Wilco return with Ode to Joy, out October 4th via dBpm Records. Ode to Joy comes three-plus years after the release of Schmilco, and encourages the act of finding joy in a dark political climate. The album presents a unique rhythm track and a minimalist instrumentation, with lyrics at once observant, hopeful, morbid, … Continue reading

Stream Lucius’ New Acoustic Cover of Tame Impala’s “Eventually”

By: Staff – Lucius have shared a second track from their forthcoming acoustic album, Nudes. The Tame Impala cover “Eventually” can be streamed below. The band take what is already a heart-wrenching end-of-the-affair lament, and twirl it around their inimitable vocal chords to create a tender, transcendent ballad. Nudes will be released on March 2nd on Mom + Pop Music. The Nudes deluxe vinyl … Continue reading

Photos: Wilco, Joan Shelley @ Massey Hall

Photos by: David McDonald –  Acclaimed Chicago-based alt-rock band Wilco, who released their tenth album, Schmilco, on September 9th, 2016 via dBpm, which featured the singles “Locator”, and “If I Ever Was a Child”, performed at Massey Hall in Toronto last night with Louisville, Kentucky-based folk-rock singer-songwriter Joan Shelley, who is expected to release her new album, Joan Shelley, … Continue reading

Contest: Win 2 Tickets to Wilco in Toronto!

We’re giving away one (1) pair of GA tickets to both of Wilco’s shows in Toronto! Enter for your chance to win tickets to one of the two shows.  Buy tickets here. Date(s): March 15-16 Venue: Massey Hall You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the following message: Contest: Win 2 … Continue reading

Photos: Wilco @ The Chicago Theatre

Photos by: Brigid Gallagher – Acclaimed Chicago-based alt-rock band Wilco, who released their tenth album, Schmilco, on September 9th, 2016 via dBpm, which featured the singles “Locator”, and “If I Ever Was a Child”, performed at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago last night.

Wilco to Hold ‘Schmilco’ In-Store Listening Parties

By: Staff – Wilco fans can have an early listen to the band’s forthcoming album Schmilco on Tuesday, Sept. 6, three days before the album’s official worldwide release Sept. 9. But it won’t be via an early online stream; instead, the Chicago band is showing its support for independent record stores — and the vinyl format in general — by encouraging … Continue reading