Rock and roll warriors My Morning Jacket just announced an expanded reissue of its breakout 2003 album It Still Moves. Coming out on double CD and quadruple vinyl, the package includes Jim James’ original ten demos from the album, plus three unreleased outtakes from the album’s recording sessions. Continue reading →
World Cafe Live was packed in wall-to-wall for this week’s Free at Noon concert featuring Ray LaMontagne. Philly is just a stop along the way for LaMontagne before he kicks off his Ourobros Tour. He has teamed up with the members of My Morning Jacket for this tour, minus Jim James who helped produce LaMontagne’s newly released album, Ourobros.Continue reading →
Tonight, My Morning Jacket brings their brand of psych rock to a sold out crowd at the Tower Theater with support from Strand of Oaks. The Kentucky five-piece recently released their sixth studio album, The Waterfall, as well as a video for their song “Compound Fracture.” Get concert info and tickets at the XPN Concert calendar, and watch the cool video after the jump. Continue reading →
As we reported earlier this month, rockers My Morning Jacket will be returning to the Philadelphia area with a show at Tower Theater in Upper Darby on November 19. If you didn’t get a chance to catch the band when they completely rocked their headlining performance at the XPoNential Music Festival, then maybe their newest video for “Compound Fracture” off their album The Waterfall will effectively whet your appetite. Continue reading →
Coming off their amazing performance at the XPoNential Music Festival, My Morning Jacket are playing the Tower Theatre on Thursday, November 19th. As if the return of MMJ isn’t fantastic on their own, opening the show is Philly’s Strand of Oaks. Continue reading →
At first glance, last night’s headlining XPNFest pairing was an unusual one. Theatrical, otherworldly indie rock diety St. Vincent played first, followed by a set from jam-intensive roots / Americana faves My Morning Jacket – how was this going to work?
As it turned out, it worked out phenomenally, and the artists has more in common than meets the eye. Both boast some of the best living guitarists in rock – Annie Clark, the woman behind St. Vincent, as well as Jim James and Carl Broemel, the dueling duo at the front of MMJ. Both have a strong artistic sensibility to what they do – St. Vincent’s cerebral pop songs and clever choreography, MMJ’s expressive and expansive jams. And both have songs that totally slay in concert – St. Vincent’s “Actor Out of Work” and “Digital Witness,” MMJ’s “Lay Low” and “One Big Holiday,” just to name a handful. Continue reading →