Damned if we can remember where we were, but here’s what we listened to and still do.
All while YouTube’s chief product officer says the music industry’s future is “brighter than ever.”
Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker and UK songwriter Beth Orton will also participate.
Celebrating 25 years of Heavenly Recordings.
Benefits Oxfam’s Syria Crisis Appeal.
The first-ever live performance of the “album.”
It only took 11 months.
Beck, Feist, The Avett Brothers, Jim James, and loads more.
And you can thank Noel Gallagher.
A pocket of treasure amidst a ship of foolish ideas.
No nerves for this English singer.
“Pirates are in this year!”