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Yo La Tengo: Fakebook (Bar None)

Review by Tim Riley, Boston Phoenix, The, September 1990

Yo La Tengo's pop mother lode ...

Yo La Tengo: I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One

Review by Tom Cox, Uncut, June 1997

AS OFT-used tags go, "The New Velvet Underground" is so wide-ranging, it's almost become a genre in itself. Got a penchant for dark clobber and ...

Yo La Tengo: And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out

Review by Eric Weisbard, Village Voice, The, March 2000

THERE'S A BOOK by Wim Wenders, Emotion Pictures: articles about Kinks albums and genre flicks and other inspirations of his, written as he was turning ...

All Hail Melodic Lo-Fi Mavericks Yo La Tengo!

Interview by Stevie Chick, New Musical Express, March 2000


Yo La Tengo: The Outsiders

Interview by Andria Lisle, Harp, May 2005

"WE FEEL outside of things, and we like that feeling and we don't like that feeling, depending on our mood at the time or the ...

Yo La Tengo: Bush Hall, London

Live Review by Ian Watson, Yahoo! Music, September 2006

IT'S A SIGHT that's familiar to any long-term Yo La Tengo fan. Ira Kaplan – a small, intense, wirey-haired man, apparently cryogenically frozen in his ...

Jesse Jarnow: Big Day Coming: Yo La Tengo and the Rise of Indie Rock (Gotham Books)

Book Review by Evelyn McDonnell, Los Angeles Times, July 2012

THIS IS AS SCINTILLATING as it gets: The opening and closing anecdotes of Big Day Coming revolve around typos. Shockingly, promoters and newspapers have had ...

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