Tag: Conor Oberst
FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2021: Prince, Beck, Flaming Lips, Fela Kuti, The Police, and More
Here’s 22 new releases we’re excited for with the return of RSD on June 12
In Conversation: Bright Eyes Persevere on “Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was”
Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis, and Nate Walcott discuss how picking up where they left off in 2011 has been a source of comfort for them.
Bright Eyes Are Back
Conor Oberst’s band is announcing their first live shows in nine years, as well as their signing to Dead Oceans.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Outside Lands 2019 with Childish Gambino, Paul Simon, and More
Record crowds descended upon the San Francisco festival also featuring Kacey Musgraves, Wallows, Anderson .Paak & the Free Nationals, Better Oblivion Community Center, and more.
Better Oblivion Community Center Covered Death Cab For Cutie
And they somehow made the song sound even sadder than the original.
Better Oblivion Community Center, “Better Oblivion Community Center”
“Better Oblivion Community Center” is a folk rock album that proves Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers to be perfect singing companions.
Better Oblivion Community Center Surprise Release One-Sided Interview with Chester Middleworth
Somehow lost in the shuffle of Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers’ new release is the duo’s enigmatic chat with a made-up-sounding interviewer, which served as the record’s press release.
It’s Time to Talk About Those “Music From and Inspired by ‘Spider-Man’” Albums
The official unofficial soundtracks to Sam Raimi’s trilogy reflect an odd moment in the history of popular movie soundtracks—namely one in which the soundtracks’ songs don’t actually appear in the movies.
Conor Oberst, “Salutations”
“Salutations” maintains the tattered humanity of its unaccompanied counterpart, but somehow makes it all go down a little smoother.
Conor Oberst, “Ruminations”
“Ruminations” is what it claims to be: a series of ponderous reflections that abide and even cultivate solitude, finding the melancholy romance in moments of quiet introspection.
LISTEN: Desaparecidos Return After Thirteen Years With New Track and New LP
“Payola” is due out on June 23 via Epitaph
Desaparecidos Sign to Epitaph, Announce Plans for New Album
Desaparecidos formed back in 2001, but soon disbanded after being eclipsed by the success of frontman Conor Oberst‘s other band, Bright Eyes. After almost a decade and…
The Governors Ball Announces 2015 Lineup Featuring Björk, The Black Keys, DFA 1979, and More
So it begins. Only one day after Coachella announced its 2015 lineup, Governor’s Ball dropped its June roster with the help of an artsy video reveal. The…