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Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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MARSHALL CRENSHAW played "Someday, Someway" for his network TV debut in 1982.

LALA LALA plays The Current.

GUIDED BY VOICES shares "Dance of Gurus."

JULIEN BAKER & PHOEBE BRIDGERS cover Loudon Wainwright III's "One Man Guy."

DAVID BYRNE & LORDE sit down for a chat.

JASON ISBELL talks to The Current.

PULP: We Love Life Turns 20.

BEDOUINE: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

 

LESLIE BRICUSSE, a British Emmy- and Grammy-winning songwriter who wrote the lyrics to the James Bond themes “Goldfinger” and “You Only Live Twice,” plus “Pure Imagination” for Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (1971), has died. He was 90. 

THE ETERNALS: First (spoiler-free) reactions.

DISNEY is delaying four Marvel movies and Indiana Jones 5.

CASEY AFFLECK, WALTON GOGGINS & ZOOEY DESCHANEL are set to star in the upcoming indie feature Dreamin’ Wild, which chronicles the life of 1970s pop-rock sibling duo Donnie and Joe Emerson.

BEING THE RICARDOS has a teaser trailer online.

FLAVOR FLAV landed in jail after being arrested for a domestic violence incident earlier this month in Nevada.

NETFLIX is changing how it reports its "ratings."

DARREN ARONOFSKY still gets hate mail over ‘Mother!'

SCI-FI FILMS that were better than the books they were adapted from?

 

A CORGI RACE fails spectacularly. (Or does it?)

SHARING is Caring.

IT'S That Time of Year Again.

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And Tuesday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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WORLD PARTY: Karl Wallinger "Put the Message in the Box" and gets "Way Down Now" for Twofer Tuesday.

THE MAVERICKS play World Cafe.

SLEATER-KINNEY visits World Cafe with live recordings from Chicago.

ELBOW shares "Six Words."

JULIA SHAPIRO, on tarot, weed, Elliott Smith, and more.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND: Morning Edition covers Todd Hayns' new documentary on the band.

THE TOP 200 ALBUMS OF 1996-2021, according to Pitchfork readers.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Janet Jackson's funky glam metal banger "Black Cat."

 

MEL GIBSON has been set to star in The Continental, a miniseries prequel to John Wick.

HISTORY OF THE WORLD, PART II: The sequel to the Mel Brooks classic is being produced by Hulu.

DUNE: Rebecca Fergusons revealed that her co-stars assigned each other pr0n star names during their time together on set.

SUSAN SARANDON's final phone call with David Bowie.

KANYE WEST is officially Ye.

JESSICA SIMPSON is buying back her fashion label.

DONNIE DARKO Turns 20.

 

PEEK-A-BOO, with Penguins.

A DOGGO walks his three-legged buddy.

A DOGGO vaults over a creek.

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Yeah, they gotta stop shortening the weekend.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 18, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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MADNESS: "It Must Be Love."

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Jason Isbell, Julia Shapiro, Remi Wolf, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Dean Wareham, Andy Bell, Robin Guthrie, Mark Lanegan & Joe Cardamone, and more.

SUSANNA HOFFS covers Badfinger's "The Name of the Game," ft Aimee Mann.

NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE share "Song of the Seasons."

RON TUTT, the Dallas-born drummer best known for touring with Elvis Presley from 1969 to 1977 as part of the TCB (Taking Care of Business) Band, has died at 83.

HOW LEONARD COHEN mined sacred texts for lyrics to his songs.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the late James Ingram's glossy, sensitive adult-contempo ballad "I Don't Have The Heart."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Halloween Kills tops the chart with 50.4MM, even with a day-and-date Peacock release.  It’s the best opening for an R-rated movie during the pandemic.  No Time to Die places with 24.3MM on a 56 percent drop, but Bond has been rolling to 447.5MM globally, beating Marvel's Black Widow and Shang-Chi.  Venom 2 shows with 16.5MM on a 48 percent drop.

MICHAEL CAINE walks back a comment about retiring from acting.

RYAN REYNOLDS said that he is taking a "little sabbatical" from filmmaking.

HOLLYWOOD STRAIKE Averted in Last-Minute Deal.

SEAN PENN's wife Leila George files for divorce after 1 year of marriage.

THE BATMAN has a full trailer online.

PEACEMAKER has a teaser trailer online.

HERE'S A TRAILER: I'm not going to give away the title.

 

A LYREBIRD can imitate all sounds.

A DOGGO found all the balls.

A PUFFERFISH, making art to impress the ladies.

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It's Joe Jackson. And Friday, again.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 15, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with JOE JACKSON! Live in Tokyo on1986, for the Big World tour. Your set list: One More Time, Wild West, Right & Wrong, You Can't Get What You Want (Til You Know What You Want), (It's a) Big World, Hometown, On Your Radio, Shanghai Sky, Fifty Dollar Love Affair, Cancer/Be My Number Two/Breaking Us in Two, Steppin' Out, Survival, Soul Kiss, It's Different for Girls, The Jet Set, Monday Papers, Tonight and Forever, Jumpin' Jive Medley: Jack You're Dead/What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again)/Jumpin' Jive, I'm the Man, and Man in the Street.

SUFJAN STEVENS & ANGELO DeAUGSTINE visit World Cafe.

LUKAS NELSON also visits World Cafe.

MENGERS play for KEXP.

ADELE shares "Easy on Me."

SNAIL MAIL shares "Ben Franklin."

 

PHOEBE BRIDGERS plays "Moon Song" on Kimmel.

1991: Grunge, but so much more.

GENRE: A conspiracy to sell you music?

THE GRAMMYS: Kacey Musgraves is not country and Bo Burnham is not comedy.

 

MEGXIT: Prince William has suggested entrepreneurs should focus on saving Earth rather than engaging in space tourism.

GEORGE TAKEI remains salty over Shatner.

CHER sues Sonny's widow for royalties.

SPIDER-MAN: Tom Holland talks Doc Ock and... the end of a franchise?

HAWKEYE has another trailer online.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR, at 60.

DANIEL CRAIG prefers to frequent gay bars because he's less likely to get into a brawl. 

 

A LEAP OF FAITH with a Sugar Glider.

2 KIDS, 1 DOGGO with zoomies.

1 CAT, 1 catwalk.

A BOSTON TERRIER, balancing a ball.

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It's been a whirlwind, straight thru Thursday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE OHIO PLAYERS are on "Fire." Over nine minutes, and just gets wackier.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features Mitski, Cate Le Bon, Big Thief, and more.

HALLOWEEN: NPR Live Sessions has an early playlist.

DION shares  “Angel In The Alleyways,” ft. Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen.

SUNFLOWER BEAN shares "Baby Don't Cry."

DEHD perform “Desire” live in Chicago for Pitchfork Music Festival 2021.

 

PAUL McCARTNEY Doesn't Really Want to Stop the Show.

JOHNNY MARR talks about working with Hans Zimmer on 'Inception' and 'No Time To Die,' playing with the Pretenders and Talking Heads around the end of the Smiths, his new EP, and more.

JUDAS PRIEST: Rob Halford has admitted that he’s “still shook up” by the onstage heart emergency his bandmate suffered last month.

THE TEN BEST Paul Simon Songs.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at George Michael's beautifully bleak ballad "Praying For Time."

 

WILLIAM SHATNER: Out of the blue and into the black.

THE BEATLES: GET BACK has a trailer online.

HOWIE MANDEL was briefly hospitalized after passing out at Starbucks.

DAVID FINCHER is partnering with Netflix on “Voir,” a new documentary series of visual essays celebrating cinema.

A BIG STRIKE threatens Hollywood.

 

A COW gets itself a drink.

CAPYBARAS, hitting the ol' swinning hole.

A MAN, and his goat.

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