Speaking to Kyle Meredith, Lory also discusses Buckley’s would-have-been sophomore LP, Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk and the extreme shelf life of Buckley’s “Hallelujah” cover, as well as getting Leonard Cohen’s blessing.
Jonathan Fire*Eater is credited for inspiring bands including The Strokes, Interpol, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
The estate’s archivist has discovered enough unreleased music to release a new album every year for the next century.
The legendary musician finished 50 pages of his autobiography prior to his passing in April 2016.
Ben Blackwell, the archivist of White’s Third Man Records, details some of the most sought-after gems from the rocker’s discography.
Topics ranged from Albini’s pet cockroach, to his disdain for MDC, to his time working with Nirvana.
Coinciding with the reissuing of his first seven albums.
The fan who crowdsourced the statue is also hoping to change the town’s name to “Aylesbowie.”
Solomon opened the first Tower Records store in 1960.
A series of vinyl reissues and rare releases are forthcoming, including the first-full length version of “Let’s Dance”; the 1977 promotional LP Bowie Now; and two live albums.
John Cale’s 50th anniversary Velvet Underground concerts to feature MGMT, Sky Ferreira, Animal Collective
Kurt Vile, Thee Oh Sees, Connan Mockassin, and Chairlift’s Caroline Polachek also taking part in the celebratory concerts.
A rare gem from the band’s early years resurfaces in the wake of Campbell’s passing.