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dbpm / anti

180g lp + download

Released: 9th Sep 2016


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the chicago band's 10th is a mostly acoustic record, but that doesn’t mean it’s a tame one - It bears neither the vicious, fuzz-glam guitars of 2015’s 'Star Wars', nor the dazzling, baroque-ish arrangements that fans have come to expect.

But in their place is a spaciousness & chaos that might feel welcome after twenty-some years of enjoyed but now-familiar Wilco releases. 'Schmilco' is loose....& that’s a good thing. fans of lambchop, beck, richmond fontaine & eels will happily get lost in these rolling, lolloping, explorations. "'Schmilco' resembles such equally minimalist undertakings as Lambchop's mega-hushed 'Is A Woman' and Richmond Fontaine's impossibly bleak, dust-blown 'The Fitzgerald' in that it presents a formidably expansive and muscular band operating with one hand willingly tied behind its back" - the line of best fit.



  1. Normal American Kids
  2. If I Ever Was a Child
  3. Cry All Day
  4. Common Sense
  5. Nope
  6. Someone to Lose
  7. Happiness
  8. Quarters
  9. Locator
  10. Shrug and Destroy
  11. We Aren't the World (Safety Girl)
  12. Just Say Goodbye