Stream Calexico’s Playlist of Guests From New ‘Edge of the Sun’ LP
Tucson folk-rock outfit Calexico has developed a longstanding reputation for organizing remarkable collaborations (recall their 2005 joint EP with Iron & Wine, In the Reins).
April 1, 2015
Watch Calexico Perform ‘Falling From the Sky’ Live in Studio
Tex-Mex folk-rock outfit Calexico have unveiled a new video of themselves performing "Falling From the Sky," a standout track from the band's upcoming Edge of…
March 12, 2015
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SPIN Singles Mix: Best Coast Dream of ‘California Nights,’ Mac McCaughan Is ‘Lost Again’ and More
Welcome to SPIN's Singles Mix! The SPIN staff has rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. From Israeli shoegazers to no-fucks-giving Swede pop brats to…
February 25, 2015
Neko Case and Calexico Sound the ‘Ragtime’ Alarm on ‘Conan’
Just last month, Neko Case treated us to an excellent seven-song set on Austin City Limits, turning in an impressive performance backed by her excellently…
February 4, 2014
See Calexico’s ‘Close Encounters’-Like ‘Splitter’ Clip
When it came time to conceptualize the video for "Splitter," first single from Algiers, the latest from Arizona indie-folk cross-pollinators Calexico, Spanish director Paloma Zapata…
September 6, 2012
Calexico’s Spanish Flavors Cross Borders in Los Angeles
"I've always had this idea for a Monday night show where everyone brings in tequila," Calexico's Joey Burns told the crowd at Hollywood's Music Box.
September 30, 2008
New Albums From Calexico, Gym Class Heroes, Kimya Dawson, and 9 More
Here's a rundown of the essential albums available online and in record stores today: Calexico, Carried to DustFolk-rock impressionists trace poignant cross-country journey.(READ REVIEW)Listen to…
September 9, 2008
What? For more than a decade, Southwestern indie-rock outfit Calexico have been scoring back-porch barbeques with their versatile mix of native sounds and universal melodies.
August 27, 2008
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