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Car Seat Headrest, Stephen Malkmus, Snail Mail, Beatles, Duck and Hound   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, November 05, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BRIAN WILSON plays "Sail On Sailor" at the Ed Sullivan Theater, with Matthew Sweet and Darius Rucker.

CAR SEAT HEADREST, Live at Pitchfork Music Paris.

STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS, Live at Pitchfork Music Paris.

SNAIL MAIL, Live at Pitchfork Music Paris.

THE BEATLES: Hear two alternate versions of "Glass Onion."

LCD SOUNDSYSTEM covers Heaven 17''s “(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang.”

FATHER JOHN MISTY sorta covers Coldplay's "Clocks."


JOHN DENVER & JOHNNY CASH play "Take Me Home, Country Roads" in the summer of 1978, in a video thought to have been lost forever.

CHRISSIE HYNDE talks about feminism, censorship and the power of painting.

HOW DID BLONDIE, looked down upon by its more well-respected peers, transform itself into the world’s biggest bands?

ROBYN talks about the making of Honey, hearing the music of her youth with new ears and why letting go of some control has helped her grow — both in life and art.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Archie Bell & The Drells' "Tighten Up," arguably the first funk song ever to hit No. 1.


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Bohemian Rhpasody is the champion, my friends -- to the tune of 50MM, well above the so-called gurus' 30-40MM projections. Its worldwide total of 141MM probably puts it in the black immediately. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms places with 20MM, which is an inauspicious start for the holiday movie season and an almost certain flop for the House of Mouse, given a reported 132MM production budget. Nobody's Fool shows with 14MM against a 19MM budget, which isn't terrible, but looking like the low end of Tyler Perry earners. A Star is Born slides to fourth with 11.1MM, but that slide is a still-leggy 21 percent; Cooper and Gaga may make it to 200MM domestic yet. As (sort of) expected, Halloween tumbles 65 percent from the top slot to round out the Top Five with 11MM and 150MM total domestic against a mere 10MM budget.

DIANE KRUGER & NORMAN REEDUS welcome their first child together.

ALEC BALDWIN denies punching a man over a parking dispute.

JERRY SEINFELD talks to the New York Times about the state of comedy.

J.J. ABRAMS is looking to land a lucrative megadeal with a big media company.

MICHAEL CAINE talks about blowing the bloody doors off.

AVATAR: Four sequel titles.

TRUE DETECTIVE: Season 3, Trailer Two.

THE 40 GREATEST MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS, according to Vulture, not me.


DUCK & HOUND, living together... mass hysteria!

THAT HOUND can jump.

IN OTTER NEWS: Water sausage does a sausage roll.

LEARN FROM THE BABY BEAR: Look up, don't give up.

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Bowie, Charles Bradley, The Glands, Laura Jane Grace, Sun Kil Moon, Cats + Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, November 02, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



... with DAVID BOWIE! The 1980 Floor Show was really recorded live at the Marquee, circa October 1973.  It aired on The Midnight Special the following month. Your selist includes: "Sorrow," "Everything's Alright," "Space Oddity," "I Can't Explain," "Time," "The Jean Genie," and "I Got You Babe," ft. Marianne Faithfull.

CHARLES BRADLEY advance streams Black Velvet.

THE GLANDS advance streams Double Coda.

LAURA JANE GRACE & THE DEVOURING MOTHERS advance streams Bought to Rot.

SUN KIL MOON streams This Is My Dinner.

GUIDED BY VOICES announces two new albums and share "Cohesive Scoops."


STARS share "Are You With Me?"


THE KINKS: Ray and Dave Davies and Mick Avory talked all things Village Green with Rolling Stone.

CAT POWER: Chan Marshall shares her favorite albums with The Quietus.

QUEEN: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know That Bohemian Rhapsody Gets Completely Wrong.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Bobby Goldsboro's pop-country death ballad "Honey".

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Bohemian Rhapsody, which is currently scoring 59 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, which is scoring 34 percent; and Nobody's Fool, which was not advance screened.

GAME OF THRONES: Entertainment Weekly goes behind the scenes of the HBO epic's final season.

EWAN McGREGOR is set to play the Batman villain Black Mask in Margot Robbie's Birds of Prey.

SYLVESTER STALLONE will not face rape charges after prosecutors in California found there was insufficient evidence to charge the Hollywood icon.

TOM HANKS has discussed recording his last scene for the final Toy Story film.

RIDLEY SCOTT has begun forward progress on a sequel to Gladiator?

BAD BOYS: A threequel looks official.

PENNY DREADFUL: Showtime greenlit City of Angels, a sequel series set in the 1930s Los Angeles.

"EVERY TIME, every single time..."

A PIANIST is comforting blind and elderly elephants by playing the piano for them at a sanctuary in Thailand.

COW ON THE LAM needed a getaway car.

A SERIES OF COUGAR ATTACKS in Utah may be the work of more than one.

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Jim James, Titus Andronicus, Frank Zappa, Thom Yorke, Tapir   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, November 01, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE: "Shoreline 7/4."

JIM JAMES plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

TITUS ANDRONICUS is streaming their surprise Halloween EP.

FRANK ZAPPA, Live at the Palladium, Halloween '77.

THOM YORKE sat for an interview and performance at BBC’s historic Maida Vale Studios.

THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS gave it away on Halloween at the drummer's kid's school.

THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART cover Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'."

DOLLY DREAM (ft US Girls) shares "The Way To Heaven."


CREAMER drops an appropriately retro video for "Drugs No More."

ART BRUT's Eddie Argos talks to Stereogum about life away from music, beating diverticulitis in a herman Hospital, and his band'n aew Album.

JULIA HOLTER talks to Paste about writing and the trickiness of claiming a tradition.

THE RESIDENTS' Hardy Fox died following a series of health problems. He was 73.

MELVIN RAGIN, the longtime Motown Records studio guitarist who was better known as Wah Wah Watson, has died at 67.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Beatles' "Hello, Goodbye," and at Otis Redding's transcendent posthumous hit "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay."


LOUIS CK did his first advertised "comeback" set at the Comedy Cellar. There were protesters.


TV's TOP SALARIES -- from Reese Witherspoon to Dwayne Johnson -- are now getting disclosed by law.

VOX LUX has a trailer online.

THE WITCHER reveals a first look at Henry Cavill as silver-haired Geralt.

FLASH GORDON may be headed to the big screen again.

LUCASFILM: The acquisition has already turned a profit for the House of Mouse.


A TAPIR, eating watermelon.

A DOG shot a hunter in the back.

A MANDARIN DUCK Mysteriously Appears in Central Park, to Birders’ Delight.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT makes Jack O' Lanterns scarier.

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English Beat, Dirty Nil, All Songs, Bonus Halloween Links, Biggy Pop   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


MARTI JONES & TIM LEE (The Windbreakers) cover The dB's classic, "Neverland." With Beatle Bob cameo.

THE ENGLISH BEAT's Dave Wakeling stops by World Cafe.

THE DIRTY NIL stops by The Current.

ALL SONGS features new tracks from boygenius, Pedro The Lion, and more

LANA DEL REY debuts “How to Disappear” at an Apple Event.

CASS McCOMBS shares "Sleeping Volcanoes."

RICHARD LLOYD shares "Smoke."

THE HALLOWEEN SPECIAL was Friday, icymi.

THOM YORKE streams the Suspiria soundtrack.

GERARD WAY (fmr My Chemical Romance) shares "Baby You're A Haunted House."

ROKY ERICKSON depicts selling his soul to the devil on public TV, Halloween ‘84.


SHARON VAN ETTEN channels Pat Benatar circa 1984 in her new video for "Comeback Kid."


CANDI STATON was diagnosed with breast cancer on the first day of rehearsals for her summer tour. The show goes on.

DON McLEAN, 73, has a 24-year-old model girlfriend.

THE BUGGLES: How we made "Video Killed the Radio Star."

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Paul Mauriat's oddly funky easy-listening instrumental "Love Is Blue."


WILLIAM DANIELS, 91, voice of KITT, foiled an attempted burglary at his home.

JAMES "WHITEY" BULGER, the Boston mob boss who was a subject of dramas including Black Mass and The Departed (loosely), was found beaten to death on Tuesday in a West Virginia prison. He was 89. One of workers said that the killers were thought to be “affiliated with the mob,” but did not know the specifics of the association.

SHAUN WHITE apologized for an unfortunate Halloween costume this year.

GAME OF THRONES: Naomi Watts will star in the prequel.

JENNA DEWAN has officially moved on from her marriage with Channing Tatum, other than filing for divorce, because the actress is now dating Broadway star Steve Kazee.

THE 100 GREATEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMS, according to 209 critics in 43 countries.


IGGY POP made a Halloween compilation video featuring his pet cockatoo, Biggy Pop. 

DEREK, nature's great hunter, who stalks his prey and attacks with efficiency and precision.

A RARE WHITE REINDEER was recently spotted near Mala, Sweden.

LABRADOR RUNNING INTO A PILE OF LEAVES II: One of those rare cases the sequel's as good as the original.

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Graham Coxon, Courtney Barnett, Jeff Tweedy, Elton John, Tilda Swinton's Dogs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE SMITHEREENS: Pat DiNizio sings "In a Lonely Place" with Suzanne Vega and "Blue Period" with Belinda Carlisle. A duo of duets for Twofer Tuesday.

GRAHAM COXON stops by World Cafe.

COURTNEY BARNETT plays CBS This Morning.

JEFF TWEEDY played five new songs on Live From Here.

THE LEMONHEADS return with a cover of Yo La Tengo’s “Can’t Forget.”

CHRIS CORNELL: Hear his cover of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U."


CREWEL INTENTIONS shares a simple video for "Youth In Overload."

ELTON JOHN gets two and a half hours of discussion and analysis on Political Beats, with author and columnist Jamie Kirchick guesting.

NICK CAVE: The World's Premier Alternative Icon.

DAVID CROSBY talks to Aquarium Drunkard about his latest venture, the value of silence, and more.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Lemon Pipers' psychedelic bubblegum smash "Green Tambourine."


ZOE KRAVITZ's Rolling Stone cover echoes her mother's.

PRINCES WILLIAM & HARRY are considering plans to split the Kensington Palace household and create two separate courts as their future roles with Kate and Meghan diverge.

GAME OF THRONES: Casting call clues about the prequel?

SIGOURNEY WEAVER talks about the Avatar sequels and the MeToo movement.

A QUIET PLACE's test screenining produced laughs.

JON BON JOVI takes on the Kardashians.

THE SIMPSONS: Maybe Apu isn't leaving.


TILDA SWINTON set her dog video to opera.

NETFLIX is rolling out aa six-part dog-umentary series.

A PUPPER does a trust jump.

FARMERS Untangle Bucks.

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