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Interview: Califone’s Tim Rutili

We interview the mastermind behind some of the best music around

Califone Plans New Album, Spring Living Room Tour

The band is touring on three re-releases and an upcoming album

The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 160

Arthur and I, we soon drew our hogs

Poetic Memory: Sin Ropas (List)

One of our most evocative lists yet.

Poetic Memory: Fruit Bats (List)

Eric D. Johnson’s most influential 1990s records

Review: Califone; October 10 & 11, 2009; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Califone - October 10 and 11, 2009

An album and a film, ghostly and eternally tied together: this was the premiere of Califone’s All My Friends Are Funeral Singers.

Red Red Meat to Play ‘Final’ Show August 24 at Chicago’s Millennium Park

Red Red Meat - Photo by Jeff Economy

Now that the release of Califone‘s new record is imminent, it’s time for Red Red Meat, the band’s recently-reunited precursor, to close up shop. This final Red Red Meat show should not be missed, but if you can’t make it, there are almost certainly more exciting things on the horizon. A nice writeup by Jim […]

Bunny Gets an 8.9 (MP3)


Red Red Meat’s Bunny Gets Paid, easily one of my favorite albums ever, has been remastered and re-released by SubPop as a two-disc deluxe edition. Pitchfork recently reviewed the re-release and gave it a glorious 8.9. The deluxe edition contains a number of rarities, including a dub version of the song “Mouse,” as well as […]

SubPop to Release Red Red Meat Deluxe Edition

After being featured in a 2008 Pitchfork list as something old-but-still-good, Red Red Meat’s Bunny Gets Paid has been resurrected, refurbished, and expanded so that others may fully understand its greatness. According to the SubterraneanPop website: Red Red Meat’s third full-length record, 1995’s “Bunny Gets Paid” has been out of print and unavailable [which] provides […]

Review: Red Red Meat; July 10, 2008; Hideout, Chicago

The Hideout is a great place to see a show. I arrived about 7:30, just as a major storm was moving into the Chicago. Luckily, the Hideout is in an industrial part of the city and there were some good spaces right outside, which I found to be a good sign of things to come.