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The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Phil Elverum's 'Now Only,' Ry Cooder's 'The Prodigal Son,' and Jeffrey Lewis and the Deposit Returners' 'Works by Tuli Kupferberg (1923-2010).'
Phil Elverum's second record in two years deals more with the wide wake cast by the death of his wife. Playing these songs in front of strangers is a weird thing—let alone when Skrillex is involved.
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Phil Elverum's unique album about loss and Mary Gauthier's 'Rifles and Rosary Beads.'
'Now Only,' due March 16, follows Phil Elverum's acclaimed 'A Crow Looked at Me,' which grappled with the death of his wife.
New albums from Mount Eerie, The Jesus & Mary Chain, and Craig Finn top this week's list.
Following the death of his wife and co-creator Geneviève, Elverum discusses raising their child, the terrifying political future, and 'A Crow Looked at Me.'
Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum has started a band naming service that comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.