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  1. I don't think I've ever heard a more appropriate name for the music within an album than "Happiness of Living". The record was birthed in Brazil, and has a blend of Brazilian rhythms, space-pop, sounds, noises, psychedelia, and even vocals(!) which are pure joy. It's extremely musical, with tunes that are both catchy and too-weird-to-be-catchy at the same time. Check out some of the articles (RS here http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/on-fillmore-wilco-related-duo-learns-to-let-go-in-brazil-w472547 and Chicago reader here http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/fillmore-glenn-kotche-da
  2. After a few days to process my fourth Solid Sound experience, and first with my children (ages 7 and 8), there was one particular experience that really stood out as unique and special for me - the Drums With Glenn workshop/performance that took place Saturday into Sunday culminating with the world premiere of a specially commissioned drum piece, "The Immortal Flux", composed by Glenn for the event. I know a few people have alluded to it in the Solid Sound thread, but I think it merits its own space. First a little background: Music is a constant in my household and my children have grown up
  3. Wilco drummer and composer Glenn Kotche keeps finding new possibilities in his drum kit, a changeable, slippery landscape teeming with small odd creatures and changeable terrain in his hands. For Anomaly, he gazed hard enough to discover a string quartet living inside of it; after failing, utterly, to write a quartet for the usual voices, he looked at his limbs, counted to four, and set about making the imaginative leap. From there, he transposed the parts back to the original instruments. Just proves the old adage: Drummers think in drums. This movement (the second of seven) hints at the fl
  4. "The follow-up to 1999′s Stereo Type A was self-produced and recorded over the last two years by frontwomen Miho Hatori and Yuka C. Honda. The 10-track effort features guest spots from Wilco’s Nels Cline and Glenn Kotche, comedian Reggie Watts, and Atoms For Peace’s Mauro Refosco, among others. According to a press release, it’s a concept album involving a “love story and a group of ghosts in a hotel.”" http://consequenceofsound.net/2013/12/cibo-matto-announces-first-album-in-15-years-hotel-valentine-streams-mfn/
  5. Nels and Glenn talk about Wilco's future plans and their own solo pursuits. http://music.cbc.ca/...h-Jazz-Festival
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