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The Wednesday Things Again.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, April 07, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

SHOCKING BLUE: She's your "Venus."

TUNE-YARDS plays for The Current.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features First Aid Kit, Rhiannon Giddens, Jay Som and Palehound, and more.

MATTHEW DEAR shares two tracks from his "lost" album.

SUFJAN STEVENS announces a five-volume album and shares "Meditation V."

THE BEST ONE-ALBUM WONDERS, according to Rolling Stone.

 

RAY FISHER lets it rip on Justice League, Joss Whedon, and the Warner Bros.

KIM KARDASHIAN WEST is officially a Billionaire.

CAITLYN JENNER may run for Governor of California.

AARON RODGERS would like to host "Jeopardy" and QB the Packers. He got roasted on his first audition show.

THE SKINNY BUNDLE Murder Mystery, and the Netflix-Knives Out Deal.

BRIDGERTON: Netflix's most-watched series loses its breakout star.

BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES: Thirty years on, why was Brian De Palma's star-studded adaptation of Tom Wolfe's novel such a flop?

THE SIMPSONS, but British.

 

CATS vs DOG: Oh, you know how this one ends at first sight.

THE ARCTIC WALRUS that napped its way to ireland is now hitching rides on passing ships.

QUOTH THE RAVEN, "Hello, hi."

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Busy Monday, Tuesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, April 06, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE REPLACEMENTS played "Bast^rds of Young" and "Kiss Me On The Bus" in an infamous TV appearance.

THE HOLD STEADY plays for World Cafe.

STEADY HOLIDAY plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

NICOLE ATKINS & MARISSA NADLER cover The Fleetwoods' "Mr. Blue."

KURT VILE talks songwriting with Pitchfork.

ST VINCENT is featured at NME.

THIRTY-SIX OF AMERICA'S BEST INDIE VENUES on Surviving and What's Next.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Whitney Houston's horny dance-pop jam "So Emotional."

 

LOKI has a trailer online.

DMX's kids visit the hospital -- one at a time due to COVID.

BILL MURRAY discussed what it was like filming the upcoming new Ghostbusters movie, revealing that it was “physically painful”.

JENNIFER LOPEZ, in her own words, and everyone else's (exept A-Rod).

CHRIS HEMSWORTH" If I got skinny I'd be called a serious actor."

THE MAKING OF "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" and the Remaking of Hollywood.

 

A GOOD BOY collects Easter treatos.

NAVY SEALS, and a real seal.

UNGROUPING ELEPHANT SPECIES has shown that the animals are more endangered than previously thought.

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Monday Things, Already?   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, April 05, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE SMOKING POPES: "Need You Around," for a little Chicago flavor.

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Dry Cleaning, Flock of Dimes and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Major Murphy, Moontype, La Femme and more.

WAXAHATCHEE dropped covers of “Fruits of My Labor” by Lucinda Williams, “Light of a Clear Blue Morning,” by Dolly Parton, and “Streets of Philadelphia” by Bruce Springsteen.

 

ST VINCENT played "Pay Your Way In Pain" and "The Melting Of The Sun" live on Saturday Night.

PEACHES surveys her career for Stereogum.

B.B. DICKERSON, a founding member of the band War, has died at the age of 71. All your friends know his low bassline.

DMX remains hospitalized and on life support in White Plains, New York following a heart attack.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at George Michael's iconic smash "Faith."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE!  Godzilla vs Kong shattered all industry estimates by storming atop the chart with a five-day take of 48.5MM, even with it streaming on HBOMax.  The three-day take, 32.2MM was at the high end of the five-day estimates.  Never discount the public demand to see a Big Lizard punch a Big Ape on a Big Screen. The Unholy placed with 1.7MM.  Nobody showed with 3MM.

THE SAG AWARDS went to these folks. Congrats!

BLACK WIDOW has a new trailer online.

ARMIE HAMMER announced that he is stepping away from Broadway play The Minutes.

STANLEY TUCCI, at 60, is enjoying a somewhat unexpected late-career reinvention as a sex symbol.

THANDIWE NEWTON is taking back what's hers, starting with that W.

THE TOP 25 MUPPETS, ranked by NPR listeners. Cookie Monster wuz robbed.

 

A COW ON THE LAM, on I-285.

TWO BABIES, One Doggo.

A HORSE, checking itself out.

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Young Fresh Fellows, and Friday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, April 02, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with the YOUNG FRESH FELLOWS! Live at Cicero's in St. Louis, On November 23rd,1985, so this is Chuck Carroll-era YFFs.  Selections include: "Gus Theme," "White Bird," "If I Had A Hammer," "Power Mowers' Theme," "Where Is Groovy Town?", "Sharing Patrol," "Topsy Turvy," "Young Fresh Fellows Theme," "Hang On Sloopy," "All Messed Up," "Big House/ Love Boat Theme medley" "Mr. Salamander's Review," "Down By The Pharmacy," "Close to You/ Someone I Care About," "Aurora Bridge," "How Much About Last Night Do You Remember?" "This Little Mystery," "Searchin' USA," "Fair Exchange," and "My Friend Ringo."

LANGHORNE SLIM plays World Cafe via Woodstock.

FAYE WEBSTER plays WGBH.

COURTNEY BARNETT & VAGABON cover Sharon Van Etten's "Don't Do It."

RICHARD SWIFT: Hear two posthumous comedy songs.

 

THE FRATELLIS return with a new sound on "Need A Little Love." 

PAUL SIMON has become the latest music star to cash in on their songbook, selling his catalog to Sony for an undisclosed sum.

SOME OF POP's BIGGEST SONGWRITERS have joined forces to ask artists to stop taking credit for the songs they did not write.

R.E.M.: The Genius of Out of Time.

 

GODZILLA vs KONG debuted in US cinemas on Wednesday and nabbed a sizable 9.6MM, marking the best opening day total of the coronavirus era. It might outgross Tenet by Monday.

KNIVES OUT is headed to Netflix for two sequels and Daniel Craig is onboard.

THE INVISIBLE OSCARS: Consumers Largely Unaware of This Year's Best Picture Nominees.

MARGOT ROBBIE says Quentin Tranatino has enough material for what would be at least twenty episodes of "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood," if you were to chunk them into one-hour pieces.

DC's THE NEW GODS and THE TRENCH are not going into production.

SHARON STONE crossed state lines into Ohio to get an abortion at 18 years old.

DAVID THOMSON talks to Sonny Bunch about his new history of movie directors.

 

A PUPPER, walking a doggo

THE SWARM: A Man Found 15000 Bees in His Car After Grocery Shopping.

AN OCTOPUS lashed out at a beachgoer in Australia, leaving him with marks on his neck and arms.

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So, the Thursday things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, April 01, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE LA's: "There She Goes." Again.

LAKE STREET DIVE plays World Cafe.

ROSSI: Live at the Paste Studio.

DINOSAUR JR shares "Garden."

BIG THIEF covers the Breeders' "Off You."

 

MY BLOODY VALENTINE: Eight years after the shoegaze pioneers' last album, the band is bringing its catalog to streaming services, reissuing records on vinyl and recording two new albums.

PATTI SMITH is wriiting on Substack.

ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN co-founder Will Sergeant has announced a memoir.

SPENCER KRUG talks abut a new album and new parenting.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Belinda Carlisle's soaring, glittering pop anthem "Heaven Is A Place On Earth."

 

CHET HANKS and an ex-girlfriend are at war over a volatile relationship that recently ended — with both of them slinging allegations of violence.

BRAD PITT & ANGELINA JOLIE: Hollywood's Costliest Divorce.

SHARON STONE paid Leonardo DiCaprio's salary for The Quick and the Dead.

WOODY HARRELSON is set to star as a Nazi doctor in a new World War II psychological thriller.

AMERICAN GODS creator Neil Gaiman has said the show is “definitely not dead” despite being cancelled.

THE SNYDER CUT and the future of fandom.

 

ORGANIZING the cats.

DOGGO in the Dunkin drive-thru.

BILLIONS OF CICADAS are set to swarm across 15 states and Washington, D.C.

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