Live from Austin, Texas, 13/9/2006 (2009)
The ‘Live From Austin, Texas’ series of DVDs features previously unreleased performances from selected Americana bands. Malcolm Carter is impresseed by the latest in the series, which is a recording of a Calexico show from 2006
Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, 28/4/2015
With a mix of songs both old and new spread over two joyful hours, Jamie Rowland finds that Calexico’s phenomenal set at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London still feels way too short
Forum, London, 11/10/2008
At a superb show at the Forum in London, Chris O' Toole discovers eclectic and erratic form of charming south-western Americana to be impossible to classify on record or stage
Hot Rail (2001)
Desert-trance with a great twang!
Calexico manage to innovate styles that until now had largely been given up. Listening to 'Hot Rail' is a mind-wandering experience. The duo alternate storytellin
In his first full-length interview in English, Tuscany-based musician and front-man with the acclaimed Hollowblue Gianluca Maria Sorace speaks about his Ennio Morricone and Calexico-inspired new project Stella Burns and its debut album 'Stella Burns Loves You'
Lisa Torem chats to cult artist Lisa Germano about her album, 'No Elephants', and working with Calexico, Johnny Marr, Michael Gira and the Smashing Pumpkins
Susie Hug, the former vocalist with the Katydids, talks to Malcolm Carter about her musical career, working with Calexico and recently released solo album, 'Tucson Moonshine'
John Clarkson speaks to French-born and now Tucson-based singer-songwriter Marianne Dissard about her debut album, 'L'Entredeux', which was produced and co-written with Calexico's Joey Burns, and 'L'Abandon', her forthcoming second album
All Tomorrow's Parties
Minehead, Somerset, 14/5/2010
On the first day of a Pavement-curated All Tomorrow's Parties, Mark and Jamie Rowland, Ben Howarth and Sarah Johnson discuss sets from bands such as Surfer Blood, Calexico and Broken Social Scene...
...while in its second week he sees shows from ZZ Top, the Dears, Josh Ritter, Calexico,the New York Dolls and Holly Golightly