Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Watch Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers Finally Cover "Shallow"
Better Oblivion Community Center surprised Brooklyn Steel last night with a pitch perfect rendition of the 'A Star Is Born' breakout.
Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst Just Released a Whole-Ass LP Together
The two singer-songwriters released their self-titled debut as Better Oblivion Community Center overnight, after a performance on 'Colbert.'
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Conor Oberst's Desaparecidos Project Made One of His Best Albums
2002's "Read Music, Speak Spanish" is still a reminder that you can sing about anti-capitalism and make it beautiful.
Listen to Conor Oberst's New Single with Phoebe Bridgers, "LAX"
The standalone song was produced by Simone Felice.
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Bright Eyes Is Forever, Not Just for Puberty
Conor Oberst's melodrama hits hard in adolescence but as you age, you grow into understanding its themes—heartbreak, death, depression—more.
Conor Oberst’s Long Few Years
The singer discusses the growing pains of building a legacy career.
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
The New Pornographers Soar and Conor Oberst Grows Up: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
The Dean of American Rock Critics takes on The New Pornographers' 'Whiteout Conditions' and Oberst's 'Salutations.'
stream of the crop
Stream of the Crop: 16 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 10/15
New releases from Conor Oberst, JoJo, and The Dillinger Escape Plan top this week's list.
No Nostalgia: Jenny Lewis on 'Rabbit Fur Coat' Ten Years Later
When Lewis wrote this LP she was still figuring out what she believed in. Now she reflects on how far she's come and her all-female record label, Lovesway.
Noisey Presents: Ground Control Touring 15th Anniversary Celebration at Webster Hall
Conor Oberst! Superchunk! Kurt Vile! Waxahatchee! Parquet Courts! Titus! Speedy! Way more in one venue December 2!
Thinkpieces And Shit
Conor Oberst: Wuss-Rock No More
People were cruel to the Bright Eyes frontman early on, but over many years and dozens of albums, he's proven his status as a legacy artist.
Desaparecidos Didn’t Give a Fuck Back Then, and They Don’t Give a Fuck Now
An interview with Conor Oberst and Matt Baum about the triumphant return of the elusive Omaha band.