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Grant Lee Phillips, Peter Wolf, Laser Background, Neko Case, Buffalo   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZZARD drops a video for “People-Vultures.”

GRANT LEE PHILLIPS stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

PETER WOLF stopped by WFUV's Studio A for a mini-set of new material.

LASER BACKGROUND streams Correct.

NEKO CASE, k.d. lang & LAURA VEIRS share their "Delirium."

THE STEF CHURA BAND shares “Slow Motion."

CASSINO BAND shares an "Alabama Song" not written by Brecht-Weill.

THE SPINNERS: "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" and  "I'll Be Around" are your Twofer Tuesday.

SANTANA talks to Morning Edition about the band's always diverse influences and dissects "Black Magic Woman."

CHEAP TRICK: The essentials, according to The A.V. Club.

FATHER JOHN MISTY talks to NME about live performance, Beyonce, Lana Del Rey and more.

MODERN BASEBALL: Putting fresh twists on 90s pop-punk.

OZZY & SHARON OSBOURNE: He's missing and she skipped her TV gig after announcing their split.

EVA MENDES & RYAN GOSLING welcome a second daughter.

THE KARDASHIANS fear what might happen if they don't embrace Blac Chyna, though she's reportedly already set the wheels in motion to become a Kardashian and profit off the new moniker.

KALEY CUOCO & RYAN SWEETING are officially divorced.

BRIE LARSON: The Oscar winner is engaged to Phantom Planet singer Alex Greenwald.

SELENA GOMEZ talks about her dating issues at Marie Claire.

SPIDER-MAN: How Tom Holland stuck the landing for the role. (minor Captain America: Civil War spoilers)

WILLIAM SCHALLERT, a familiar presence on prime-time television for decades, notably as the long-suffering father and uncle to the “identical cousins” played by Patty Duke on the hit 1960s sitcom “The Patty Duke Show,” died on Sunday in Pacific Palisades, Calif. He was 93.

NORTH KOREA expelled BBC journos after detaining them over their reporting.

IRAQ: A top U.N. envoy in Iraq said Friday more than 50 mass graves have been found in Iraq territory that was once held by the Islamic State.

AN INDIAN BUFFALO, rescued from a roof.

BRITAIN's FOREIGN OFFICE has a new chief mouser.

THE RUNNING OF THE GOATS got a little out of hand in a Kentucky town.

A FAMILIAR GREAT WHITE SHARK returns to the Jersey Shore, perhaps to visit the (defunct) Sand Bar. What say you, Police Chief Brody?

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Radiohead, James Blake, Ryan Adams, Staves, Gordi, RHCP, Jellyfish   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, May 09, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


AC/DC played Lisbon with new lead singer Axl Rose. the full video from the pit isn't great, but the excerpt of "Shoot To Thrill" is alright.

RADIOHEAD released their new LP, A Moon Shaped Pool, yesterday on iTunes, Apple Music and Google Play.

JAMES BLAKE streams his surprise LP, The Colour In Anything, via Spotify.

RYAN ADAMS is streamining the deluxe Heartbreaker on Spotify, incl, outtakes and demos.

THE STAVES advance stream their Sleeping In A Car EP.

GORDI advance streams her Clever Disguise EP.

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS drop "Dark Necessities" ahead of The Getaway.

AND THE KIDS drop the titlte traack to their next LP, "Friends Share Lovers."

PAUL McCARTNEY: "Birthday." Belatedly.

GAME THEORY may well get a posthumous LP with help from Peter Buck, Mitch Easter, The Posies, more friends, collaboraors...and crowdfunding.

CHEAP TRICK: Rick Nielsen talks to Paste about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Rockford, Punk, and more.

PRINCE: Rolling Stone shares an oral histry of Prince in the 90s. Meanwhile, the judge overseeing the Prince estate case has authorized genetic testing on a sample of his blood in case it's necessary to determine who's entitled to shares of the estate.

GOVERNMENT ISSUE's John Stapp has died at 55(?) following a bout with stomach cancer.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Captain America: Civil War dominated the chart with 181.8MM, with another 496.6MM overseas (where it's been open a little longer in some markets). That's a little lower than the most optimistic projections that assumed this would play as a Avengers movie, but already larger than the entire global runs of Captain America, Thor, Ant-Man, Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Thor: The Dark World. It's the fifth-largest opening weekend ever, so the House of Mouse is surely pleased. The Jungle Book finally slips 50 percent to place 21.9MM.  Mother's Day showed with 9MM, which was up 7 or 8 percent from its debut, put is far from profitable against a 25MM production budget.  The Huntsman: Winter's War slides 63 percent to the fourth slot with 3.6MM and a likely loss on the big screen.  Keanu rouns out the Top 5 with 3MM on an even bigger 67 percent slide, but at least the budget here was only 15MM.

OZZY & SHARON OSBOURNE have broken up after more than 33 years of marriage.

ANGELINA JOLIE has started another humanitarian partnership.

MICHAEL PHELPS welcomed his first child, a son, with fiancée Nicole Johnson.

KRISTEN BELL talks anxiety and depression.

ROB KARDASHIAN & BLAC CHYNA are expecting a kid, no shock after the expedited wedding plans.

BEN AFFLECK & JENNIFER GARNER: The estanged couple nevertheless enjoyed family holiday in Paris.

THIS JELLYFISH looks unreal.

A HAIRLESS CAT has Voldemort on his butt? Kinda like the first book?

DOGS will staff a French beer company's London pop-up bar.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Militant rodents, also including raccoons, attack Toronto's new reycling bins.

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Squeeze, The Duke Spirit, Nothing, Corrine Bailey Rae, Beaver   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, May 06, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with SQUEEZE!  Despite a new LP, some of you whippersnappers may never heard of Difford, Tilbrook & Co., who previously reeled of stellar string of pop gems, including "Take Me I'm Yours", "Cool for Cats", "Up the Junction", "Goodbye Girl,"  "Another Nail in My Heart", "Pulling Mussels (From the Shell)", "If I Didn't Love You", and the one most people know -- even if they don't know it's Squeeze -- "Tempted", which features transient member Paul Carrack on vox and keys.  Fun fact: Carrack was also responsible for the classic, "How Long" as a member of Ace.

THE DUKE SPIRIT advance streams KIN.

NOTHING advance streams Tired of Tomorrow.

CORINNE BAILEY RAE advance streams The Heart Speaks In Whispers.

COUNTRY SOUL SISTERS III: An Aquarium Drunkard mixtape.

AMANDA PALMER and her father Jack cover Richard Thompson's great “1952 Vincent Black Lightning."

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS stream a cover of War's "Summer," ahead of Amazon's Songs of the Summer playlist.

THE HOUSEMARTINS: It's "Happy Hour" again.

JULIANA HATFIELD writes about her financial struggles and the letter from Kurt Cobain she may sell.

TEDDY THOMPSON & KELLY JONES talk about their old school collaboration.

PRINCE and his three personas. Also, Paul McCartney went a little crazy in Mpls. Authorities in Minnesota have made the overprescribing practices of Prince's doctors the focus of their investigation.

THE TOP 10 BEATLES BOOKS, according to Rolling Stone. I'd add Tell Me Why.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR is the weekend's sole wide release, currently scoring 92 percent on the ol' Tomatometer. One of the great things about the Marvel Cinematic Universe is their ability to change up the genre of their films.  Captain America: The First Avenger was largely a classic WWII movie that happened to have a super-soldier in it. Captain America: Winter Soldier is basically a 1970s-era political thriller with a super-soldier in it.  Captain America: Civil War is largely a superhero movie with a super-soldier in it.  The Avengers are here, minus a couple who are swapped out for three of the newest additions to the MCU -- two provide comic relief, two to further expand the universe, and one to further the drama. At a plot level, much of the film addresses the collateral damage of the emergence of superheroes in the world. This idea has already surfaced in films like Batman v Superman and even Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. It also brings in the notion of forced retirement for some heroes, as seen in Watchmen and The Incredibles.  What distinguishes Civil War from those movies and keeps those ideas fresh is that this main plot -- and another plot involving the actual villain of the piece -- are ultimately not just a device but a backdrop to explore the emotional themes of loyalty, guilt and revenge, as well as the small-p political theme of individual vs collective responsibility. Moreover, for fans of the Marvel films, these themes get unspooled among characters and relationships we have seen developed over the course of these franchises, lending them more ballast than one tends to get from the DC films (this parallels the history of comics, in which DC created most of the icons, while Marvel's appeal came from developing the people behind the masks). For example --and I will keep this vague to not spoil anything -- there is a discussion between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers which gets echoed in Stark's conversation with a new (but familiar) character in a different context which is so subtly handled that many may miss how Stark processes it the second time.  Rest assured that Civil War is not as heavy as all of this may suggest; it's also got plenty of action set-pieces, surprises and laughs.  Yet it is the degree to which the film succeeds in balancing all of these things and managing an even-larger ensemble cast that left me rarely wondering about its 2 hr, 26 minute running time. It is stuffed with much more than a movie like Batman v Superman while feeling much less overstuffed.  And yes, stay to the very end of the credits.

ROBERT DOWNEY JR nursed CHRIS EVANS after an on-set injury.

RHIANNA & DRAKE  have been “secretly dating for months,” according to People magazine.

ALDEN EHRENREICH is reportedly set to play young Han Solo in a future Star Wars spin-off.

POWER RANGERS have a new look for their upcoming movie.

ARSENIO HALL is suing SINEAD O'CONNOR for five million bucks.

NORTH KOREA: Kim Jong-un arrives at the seventh congress of the governing Workers’ Party today; he will essentially be attending his own coronation.

PAKISTAN: Police arrested members of a tribal council Thursday for killing a teenage girl for helping a couple elope.

AN ADORABLE BEAVER turned up outside a DC Metro stop.

HEY, IS THAT A PYTHON in your pants, or...oh.

A BUNNY HOARDER freaks out in court.

A LOST DOG on a London bus was reunited with his family.

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Cinco de Mayo, Prince, Ryan Adams, Ducks   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, May 05, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


...with LOS LOBOS: "I Got Loaded" (with an added snippet of "Turn On Your Lovelight") from their fabulous first full-lengther, How Will the Wolf Survive? "Don't Worry Baby," "Evangeline," "Our Last Night," and "A Matter of Time" were on that album, too.

PEE WEE HERMAN: "Tequila." Obvs.

HERB ALPERT & THE TIJUANA BRASS: Rare video of "A Taste of Honey" from 1967.

CHEAP TRICK brings you the Mariachi mash-up of "Surrender."

JIMMY BUFFETT: Margaritaville. Obvs.

LIZ PHAIR: "Cinco de Mayo." Obvs.

PRINCE was found dead one day before he was scheduled to meet with a California doctor in an attempt to kick an addiction to painkillers, an attorney with knowledge of the death investigation.

SLY STONE: Let's celebrate him while he's still with us.

RYAN ADAMS revisits Heartbreaker at Rolling Stone.

LITTLE RICHARD has denied claims that he is “clinging to life”.

JANET JACKSON is expecting her first child with Qatari billionaire husband, Wissam Al Mana, two weeks before turning 50.

JAY Z is recording songs that will reveal his version of events surrounding the rough patch in his eight-year marriage to Beyoncé.

WOODY ALLEN talks to THR about mortality, Soon-Yi Previn, Miley Cyrus, and more.

CHLOE GRACE MORETZ talks to Glamour about feminism, sex, and the status quo.

BRITNEY SPEARS: Ready to stand on her own?

MARK HAMILL confirms an internet report about Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

THE AVENGERS: The Infinity War movies will be retitled because they are misleading.

VANESSA THE DUCK shuts down a school once a year.

RABID HEDGEHOGS are prowling the streets of Moscow and people have been warned to stay away for fear of infection.

A JACK RUSSELL TERRIER that fell into the Gulf of Mexico near Hernando Beach is alive, and it's a miraculous story of survival at sea.


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Radiohead, frightened Rabbit, Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop, Hippos   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, May 04, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

RADIOHEAD dropped "Burn The Witch," the lead single from their forthcoming ninth studio album.

FRIGHTENED RABBIT stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

SAM BEAM & JESCA HOOP stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

CLOUD CULT stopped by WNYC's Soundcheck for a mini-set and interview.

THE MONKEES drop “You Bring The Summer,” written by XTC’s Andy Partridge.

THE SMITHEREENS: "Behind The Wall Of Sleep" Live on TheTube, 1987.

MITCH EASTER is profiled on World Cafe, along with a playlist of his productions.

ROGUE WAVE: Zach Rogue talks to PopMatters about ‘80s music, theremins, and fatherhood.

DAVID BOWIE's final record sleeve contains a surprise.

OLDCHELLA: Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, the Who, Neil Young and Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters are confirmed for the Oct. 7-9 event at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, the annual site of the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals.

AMY SCHUMER is inciting 4 million people to go after a guy who snagged photos and video of her without her approval — and he says those fans are threatening his life.

EDDIE MURPHY is a dad of nine after welcoming a baby girl on Tuesday.

PRINCE secretly helped Afghan orphans.

INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE visits 20 years of alternate history.

STAR TREK BEYOND is not the end of a trilogy.

BAD MOMS has a NSFW red band trailer online.

HAMILTON: The hip-hop musical about America’s first Treasury secretary was nominated for 16 Tony Awards, more than any other show in Broadway history.

VENEZUELA's state oil firm has issued at least 310MM million in debt to companies including General Electric Co as it negotiates private issuances to pay off its suppliers.

HUNGRY HUNGRY HIPPOS, eating watermelons.

A WEASEL took down CERN's Large Hadron Collider. You know squirrels planned it though.

EGRETS generally are led by the most stylin.

A LIVE EAGLE-CAM will occasionally not be pretty.

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