Director of "Little Miss Sunshine"
Director of "Ghosts"
Director of "Suburban Mayhem"
Director of "Climates"
Director of "Black Book"
Occasionally a record label emerges from the shadows of its predecessors that stands clear above the shoulders of their current peers and represents a scene or sound SO well it seems they ARE that sce
“People in the UK are a bit more excited about us, I don’t know, maybe it’s because we’re American.” This is the kind of endearing, and refreshingly honest endeavor that serves The Bird And
The Oslo foursome have spent the last few months ripping-up America and Europe with their blend of latter day Primal Scream guitar licks and krautrock rhythms.
Jeff Tweedy gives the impression that this new album is like a completely fresh start, for the band, as well as himself.
Beginning as a loose concept, initially envisioned as a MoWax “supergroup”, the enterprise came into existence under the helm of James, Tim Goldsworthy (DFA Records) and Kudo (Major Force) before