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Faces, Buddy & Julie Miller, Raphael Saadiq, Hot Chip, Orangutans   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 04, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with THE FACES! Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Ronnie Lane, Kenny Jones, and Ian McLagan, live on the Beeb circa 1972.  Your setlist includes: "Three Button Hand Me Down"; "Maybe I'm Amazed"; "Too Much Woman/Street Fighting Man"; "Miss Judy's Farm"; "Love In Vain"; "Stay With Me"; and "I'm Losing You."

BUDDY & JULIE MILLER visit World Cafe.

RAPHAEL SAADIQ visits World Cafe.

HOT CHIP visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

THE WHO shares "All This Music Must Fade."

CRAIG FINN shares “It’s Never Been A Fair Fight,”and an unplugged version.

THE BEATNIX cover Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven."

LANA DEL REY reinvented herself ... and modern-day rock stardom. Spoiler: it has something to do with melodies and lyrics. And here she covers Joni Mitchell's "For Free."

THE TOP 60 WILCO SONGS, as ranked by Steven Hyden.  There's also a Spotify playlist.

THE TRANSCENDENCE OF NICK CAVE: After losing his son, the post-punk icon found communion with his fans.

NETFLIX has entered the music space in its quest for content.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are Joker, which is currently scoring 70 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and Judy, which expands to 1400 screens scoring 83 percent.

JOKER: The pre-release hype and criticism are both a bit much. The criticism is partly based on some bad reporting about the 2012 movie theater shooting in Colorado.Other jabs seem political, when the politics of the film point in at least 3 different directions, suggesting no statement was intended. Ironically, that may also be part of why those acclaiming it are similarly guilty of over-reaction. Joker is a good to very good film, one that pushes the envelope of what a comic book movie can be, even more than Watchmen did before the comic book movie boom really took off. Yet Joker is not quite as original or profound as the film fest hype, excepting Joaquin Phoenix's star turn. It's a serious, occasionally grim affair with only occasional bursts of dark humor. As the trailers suggested, it borrows heavily from the decaying 70s in NYC vibe and themes of Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver and King of Comedy, perhaps getting a bit of a free ride on them as well (I'd argue that Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns is another influence here). Moreover, the second half is far superior to the first, building momentum to a series of shocking payoffs. At bottom, Joker shows that DC -- like Marvel -- can do more than one type of movie within the comic book genre, which is cause for celebration in itself..

JAMES FRANCO's acting school is accused of sexually exploiting students.

ROBERT DE NIRO is being sued by a former assistant who claims he made sexually charged comments to her, was verbally abusive and assigned her "stereotypically females duties."

EDDIE MURPHY confirmed he is planning to make Beverly Hills Cop 4 once work on Coming To America 2 is complete.

RICHARD JEWELL: Cint Eastwood's next movie has a trailer online.

BREAKING BAD: Every episode, ranked by The Ringer.

BROADCAST TV PREMIERE WEEK: Ratings tank as younger viewers turn their backs.

ORPHAN ORANGUTANS react to a toy cobra as part of a "snake awareness" lesson, their first ever such lesson, apparently.

A GANG OF RACCOONS crash a San Francisco weddding.

STEVE IRWIN'S FAMILY has opened an elephant hospital.

ELSA: The baby koala warming hearts across the internet.

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Pixies, Whitney, Eddie Masters RIP, Kim Shattuck RIP, Cat & Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 03, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


WE FIVE were on my mind when I woke up this morning, introduced by no less than Fred Astaire.

THE PIXIES visits WFUV's Studio A.

WHITNEY visits WFUV's Studio A.

TINY RUINS visited the Paste studio.

SLEATER KINNEY shares "Animal."

BIG THIEF shares "Forgotten Eyes."

BARRIE shares "Drag."

MICHAEL STIPE is releasing a single this weekend.


TEGAN & SARA play "I'll Be Back Someday" for Colbert. 

EDDIE MASTERS, frontman of Eddie & the Hot Rods, has passed away at 63. The tributes pour in.

KIM SHATTUCK, lead singer and songwriter for The Muffs, died Wednesday following a two-year struggle with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.  She was 56.

THE BEATLES: 30 percent of Beatles song streams are by 18-24 year-olds.

EMMY THE GREAT talks touring with a baby.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Mary MacGregor's cheating-blues ballad, "Torn Between Two Lovers."


MARTIN SCORSESE & QUENTIN TARANTINO talk movie obsessions, director heroes, process and violence as catharsis. Also, QT is writing a novel.

CHRISTIAN BALE & MATT DAMON talk LeMans '66,  roles they turned down, each other's favorite roles, and more.

TOM HOLLAND's last-minute appeals helped keep Spider-Man in the MCU.

STAR WARS: Episode IX will answer two questions. Also J.J. Abrams talks Palpatine.

PLACIDO DOMINGO resigns from the Los Angeles Opera amid sexual harassment claims.

SEANN WILLIAM SCOTT's new wife is revealed to be a 31-year-old interior designer.

ANGELINA JOLIE says she's never getting married again.

WESLEY SNIPES is down with Mahershala Ali in the Blade reboot.


CATS & DOGS, sleeping together... mass hysteria.

KIDS rescue their dog from a snake.

THE CORGI NATIONALS: They're working on it.

A BULL on the lam in Baltimore.

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New Pronos, Metronomy, Richard Thompson, Wilco, Lion   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, October 02, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


FLEETWOOD MAC: "Go Your Own Way," live circa 1979. Sounded great, fellas, but I coulda used a little More Cowbell.

THE NEW PR0NOGRAPHERS visit The Current.

METRONOMY visits the Paste studio.

RICHARD THOMPSON: David Gilmour, Linda Thompson,and more pitched in for his 70th birthday concert. Would love to see video of Bob Mould and Derek Smalls.

COLTER WALL shares a new single.

BROKEN BELLS returns with "Good Luck."


WILCO played "Everyone Hides" for Colbert.

THE BEATLES: Giles Martin talks to All Songs Considered about how he remixed Abbey Road, and how the medley on side two came together.

VAN HALEN is finished?

GENE SIMMONS was hospitalized for a kidney stone procedure. Get off my lawn.

THE CURE: Robert Smith discussed Disintegration 30 yearslater at Rolling Stone.

TOTO: Steve Lukather talks about the enduring legacy of "Africa."


HARLEY QUINN leads in the Birds of Prey trailer.

6 UNDERGROUND, starring Ryan Reynolds and directed by Michael Bay, has a trailer online.

JOAQUIN PHOENIX on the Joker controversy, Rooney Mara, and his late brother.

JOKER Director Todd Phillips Explains Why He Left Comedies.

R. KELLY is suffering medical issues, and is unable to visit with both girlfriends at one time in jail.

MEGHAN MARKLE is suing the Mail On Sunday.

ALEC BALDWIN and his wife, Hilaria, were in New York City the same day as his niece Hailey Baldwin's wedding to Justin Bieber, but did not attend.

DANIEL CRAIG gave a drunken wrap party speech for No Time To Die.

JAMES FRANCO's new movie Zeroville has the dubious honors of being one of 2019's biggest flops, earning a paltry 8,897 across the US last weekend.


LION'S DEN DANCE: The Bronx Zoo learned that a woman apparently climbed into the lion's exhibit -- and danced as a male lion watched from an uncomfortably close distance.

A MOUNTAIN LION Wanders Through Traffic On Colorado Highway 82.

A PIT BULL dies protecting children from a venomous snake.

A BISON throws its friend to the wolves to escape.

LIVE SHELLFISH is served at this restaurant in Japan.

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Andrew Bird, Grace Potter, Ari Lennox, Gorillas   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 01, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE MOODY BLUES "Ride My Seesaw" on French TV for Twofer "Tuesday Afternoon."

ANDREW BIRD, Live at the Palace in St. Paul.

GRACE POTTER visits the Paste studio.

ARI LENNOX sings a Tiny Desk Concert.

KURT VILE and THE SADIES share a new version of “Baby’s Arms."


WEEZER covers Nirvana's "Lithium" at Rock In Rio.

GINGER BAKER, drummer and founder of Creem, is "holding his own "after being hospitalized in critical condition.

RICHARD THOMPSON, on love, loss and being a Muslim at 70. And some words from Linda, too.

BLONDIE: Debbie Harry has seen things, including David Bowie's.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Rose Royce's infernally catchy movie theme "Car Wash."


STRANGER THINGS 4 has a teaser online.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 3 has to wait until James Gunn finishes The Suicide Squad.

STACEY DASH claims self-defense after an arrest stemming from a domestic dispute.

JERRY SEINFELD has prevailed in a lawsuit challenging who created Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

BILL MAHER spends some real time with the New York Times.

REESE WITHERSPOON learns how to use TikTok. “This is so embarrassing,” her son says to camera.

1917: The WWI drama will play out as if it were one continuous shot, tracking two British soldiers as they race through a carnage-strewn landscape to deliver a message that might save 1,600 lives.

HOW VH-1's "I LOVE THE..." Created a Generation of Culture Students.


THE ULTIMATE BUCKET LIST ADVENTURE: Trekking to see the mountain gorillas of Rwanda.

OFFICER MORTON rescues a skunk.

A CAT takes your call.

A WOMAN who was gored by a buffalo in Utah on Friday says she was hiking with a friend who’d been gored months earlier.

A BEAR with expensive taste only eats Pinot Noir grapes at a California vineyard.

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Jon Pratt, New Releases, Indie Basement, Ritter Shires and Isbell, Camels   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 30, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


JON PRATT shares a musical travelogue, "Hinterland."

NEW RELEASES:  Pitchfork Will point you to new LPs from Tegan & Sara, Sturgill Simpson, Emel Mathlouthi, and more. PLUS: You'll find the New Pronographers here.

INDIE BASEMENT will point you to new LPs from Kelley Stoltz (yes), Moon Duo, Automatic, and more.

JOSH RITTER brings AMANDA SHIRES & JASON ISBELL to play a Tiny Desk Concert.

R.E.M. shares the demo for "Revolution" from Monster.

HUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS returns with "Her Love is Killing Me."

THE JAGS: "Back of My Hand," from TOTP and the "Where Are They Now?" file.

THE SUPREMES' Mary Wilson: "Motown was like walking into Disneyland."

FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE: Chris Collingwood gets an interesting profile from the Boston Globe.

THE 15 BEST COVER SONGS, according to American Songwriter.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Stevie Wonder's rich, funky childhood reminisce "I Wish."

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:  Abominable tops the chart with 20.9MM, another in a long string of hits for Universal this year. This one had a diverse domestic audience and also should travel well overseas. Downton Abbey (from Focus, a Universal branch) places with 14.5MM, on a 53 percent decline that's closer to 46 percent once you account for Thursday night premiere numbers; that seems pretty good for a likely front-loaded pic with a cult fan base. Hustler, which was fifth last week, shows with11.5MM on a 32 percent drop in an already profitable run. It: Chapter Two takes the fourth slot with another 10.4MM on a 39 percent drop as it heads for 200MM domestic (and perhaps a second wind as Halloween approaches?).  Ad Astra rounds out the Top Five with 10.1MM on a 47 percent drop, which seems disappointing.

SPIDER-MAN and the MCU re-marry for at least two more movies. Which will make it harder to uncouple again.

THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS director Rob Cohen has been accused of sexual assault.

KANYE WEST is reportedly becoming a Gospel artist.

EDDIE MURPHY is Bringing Eddie Murphy Back.

JOHN CUSACK talks to The Current about Say Anything... and how he turned Cameron Crowe onto The Replacements.

SEANN WILLIAM SCOTT married in a ceremony so secret we don't know who he wed.

MICHAEL SHEEN and his girlfriiend Anna Lundberg welcomed a baby girl.

THE JOKER disinvited the press from its US red carpet.

ROBERT GARRISON,  best known for his work in Karate Kid and Cobra Kai, has died. He was 59.

IT'S MONDAY, but guess what day it is.Wait, there's more.

WHEN SHE TELLS YOU to wake her up in two hours and you actually do it.

THIS DOOGO is a ninja.

AN OCTOPUS changes colors while dreaming.

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