Given Blake Sennett comparing Rilo Kiley’s status to that of a toe-tagged morgue denizen and Jenny Lewis keeping plenty busy on her own and in Jenny & Johnny, it’s fair to say the odds-and-ends collection RKives could be it for Rilo Kiley fans. Thankfully, it’s more than an assortment of tossed-off tracks and low-quality demos; many of these songs rival those found on the band’s four studio albums. Some of them actually baffle as to why they’re just being released now — though somewhat repetitive, “It’ll Get You There” features a classic Lewis belted chorus; and “Runnin’ Around” is catchy enough to soundtrack a teen soap (as RK did plenty of in their time) with its Pixies-ish stomp. Lewis’ “are we rolling” commentary opening “Bury, Bury, Bury Another” actually makes the song seem more genuine as a seemingly off-the-cuff country jam. And the inclusion of “The Frug,” the first song from the band’s first EP, rounds out the set as a welcome bit of nostalgia. Barring a bizarre (not in a good way) remix of “Dejalo” featuring Too $hort, with rapping and terrible Spanish from Lewis, RKives is surprisingly consistent and holds together as a set. And as a reminder of a band that was never quite in step with their surroundings but who’ve gone on to influence artists like Best Coast, RKives is a more than worthy swan song.