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It didn’t take long for the good folks at Little Record Company to compile these awesome jams and rare gems following Rilo Kiley’s 2011 breakup. With curatorial help from frontwoman Jenny Lewis and her former bandmates, Rkives spans the band’s decade-long career. The collection plays with the flow of a proper album while generously offering up 16 tracks, including previously unreleased songs, b-sides, demos, rarities, and a remix featuring Too $hort. “Let Me Back In” contrasts sunny folk-pop with Lewis’ lovelorn lyrics, making for one of the most endearing breakup songs ever recorded. The following “It’ll Get You There” has her singing over a gauzy backdrop of '90s-style dream-pop that builds into a sonic symphony. “Runnin’ Around” blends Go-Go’s–flavored power pop with innovative production flourishes. Similarly, it’s easy to imagine a young, babyfaced Belinda Carlisle singing the catchy and confectionary “All the Drugs.” Standout cuts include the percolating Zondo remix of “Dejalo,” where Lewis blends hip-hop rhymes with Spanish lyrics and a fitting cameo by Oakland’s Too $hort.

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you make my cubicle-life bearable. pls keep on making music together!!!!!


Finally the Frug is available on iTunes! Check out the video for 90's indie cuteness. My first exposure to Jenny Lewis and RK.


Is that Benji Hughes I hear on I Remember You?


Formed: 1998 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

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

Like their West Coast contemporaries in Death Cab for Cutie, Rilo Kiley steadily gained traction in indie pop circles throughout the late '90s and early 2000s before the record industry (and public at large) officially took note. Led by former child actors Jenny Lewis (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Blake Sennett (guitar, vocals), the L.A.-based quartet held its first practice in 1998. Bassist Pierre de Reeder and drummer Dave Brock (later replaced by ex-Foundation Lassie member Jason Boesel) completed...
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