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.
You wanted a reunion, you got a reunion. It's the second GBV LP of 2012. (And there’s a third.)
A discussion with the author of the Robert Pollard biography, Closer You Are.
You call that a break up? It’s the triumphant return of GBV’s classic lineup.
It’s the end of Guided By Voices. For a couple of years anyway.
My Son, My Secretary, My Country, My Look at GBV LP #14.
GBV heads back to the lake for LP #13. And back to Matador Records.
Adam Shore, the man who signed GBV to TVT, talks about working with the band, getting kicked out of the Pine Club, and why going to see the band play live is like going to church.