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Wilco dropped their coyly titled ninth album as a free-download surprise, but even more unexpected is just how loose it all sounds. The long-running band unwind with a warm set of shaggy, psych-tinged indie rock. It’s a bountiful feast for guitar lovers, from the pervasive growling distortion to Nels Cline’s prickly riffage. Jeff Tweedy taps a renewed drollness in the lyrics for “Random Name Generator” and especially “The Joke Explained”, while teasing a dishevelled stoner edge on “Cold Slope” and the overdriven, falsetto-licked “Pickled Ginger”.


Formed: 1994 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Debuting as a rough-and-tumble alt-country act and evolving into a mature and eclectic indie rock ensemble, Wilco rose from the ashes of the seminal roots rock band Uncle Tupelo, which disbanded in 1994. While Jay Farrar, one of the group's two singer/songwriters, went on to form Son Volt, his ex-partner Jeff Tweedy established Wilco along with the remaining members of Tupelo's final incarnation, which included drummer Ken Coomer as well as part-time bandmates John Stirratt (bass) and Max Johnston...
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