Global plague? No sweat. It’s GBV LP #30.
Pop, psych, prog, and punk: the voices Bob is guided by.
An in-depth look at Static Airplane Jive, Get Out of My Stations, Fast Japanese Spin Cycle, and Clown Prince of the Menthol Trailer.
A talk with the mastermind behind GBVguitar.com, a website devoted to transcribing the many songs of Robert Pollard.
There's no place like Dayton.
GBV close out an amazing year and decade with an epic New Year's Eve show.
Twelve tracks of vintage GBV.
GBV's second record of 2019 is a return to what the band does best: lo-fi indie rock.
GBV's first record of 2019 is a double album. And an instant classic.
27 original songs about and inspired by Guided By Voices.
We finish up our look at the first twenty-five GBV LPs with an in-depth audio tour of the band’s only studio record of 2018, Space Gun.
My talk with the engineer of the last three GBV LPs. Plus the next two.
Two records in one year? That’s the GBV we all know and love.
Bob’s back with a new band. And they all write songs. And they’re good. It’s a 32 track instant classic.
Bob plays all the instruments on the surprise return of Guided By Voices.
Bob breaks up the band yet again. It was fun while it lasted.
My discussion with the director of four videos for Robert Pollard.
The last LP featuring the so-called classic lineup.
After three records in 2012, this was the band’s only record from 2013.
What we talk about when we talk about prolific. It’s GBV's third LP of 2012.