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Wednesday week, never happened at all.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN: Because there's "Something In The Air." It's all happening.

BIRTHDAY BLUES: 33 Artists Interpret The Music Of James Toth.

AFGHAN WHIGS play CBS Saturday Morning.

SNOW COATS streams If it wasn’t me, I would’ve called it funny.

WILL SCHEFF shares "In the Thick of It."

STURGILL SIMPSON joins ANGEL OLSEN on a new version of her "Big Time."

ROXY MUSIC's Phil Manzanera talks to NPR about the influential band's 50th anniversary and upcoming world tour.

HOWARD JONES, on meeting David Bowie at Live Aid, covering Dido on reality TV, and participating in that epic synth jam at the 1985 Grammys.

THE 100 GREATEST ALBUMS, according to Consequence of Sound.

MICHELLE BRANCH & PATRICK CARNEY are attempting reconciling.

RAMSEY LEWIS, an inventive jazz pianist and one of the nation's most respected artists in the genre, died Monday at his home in Chicago. He was 87.

 

JEAN-LUC GODARD, the daringly innovative director and provocateur whose unconventional camera work, disjointed narrative style and penchant for radical politics changed the course of filmmaking in the 1960s, leaving a lasting influence on it, died on Tuesday of assisted suicide at his home in Rolle, Switzerland. He was 91.  Greg Ferrara essays his career.

BABYLON, ft Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, has an uncensored trailer online.

GISELE BUNDCHEN talks family matters.

SAM ROCKWELL is up for a return to the MCU.

KIM K & RAY J made big bank from their sex video from the jump.

HBO/MAX surged past Netflix at the Emmys. And ratings for the show hit an all-time low.

THE CROWN attracted new viewers after Queen Elizabeth II's death.

 

PUPPER and Butterflies.

THE POWER of a Mom's slipper.

GAME Over.

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Thing is, I already ate the hamburger.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 13, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

JULIANA HATFIELD: The autumnal "My Sister" and the Blake Babies' cover of "Temptation Eyes" for Twofer Tuesday.

KOLUMBO covers Stevie Wonder, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Brian Wilson, Duke Ellington and more for a Lagniappe Session.

WEYES BLOOD returns with “It’s Not Just Me, It’s Everybody.”

BILL CALLAHAN shares "Coyotes."

BONNY LIGHT HORSEMAN shares "Sweetbread."

PHOSPHORESCENT covers Fleetwood Mac's "Storms."

GOLD DUST shares “Proof Of Life,” and a cover of Karen Dalton’s “Something On Your Mind.”

AFGHAN WHIGS: Greg Dulli, on the band's new album and his relationship with the late Mark Lanegan.

TITUS ANDRONICUS, profiled at Rolling Stone.

SANTIGOLD talks to Weekend Edition Sunday.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Joe & Mystikal's warped, freaked-out paranoia song "Stutter."

 

ELVIS is already coming back to the big screen this time via Sofia Coppola.

THE EMMYS went to these folks. Congrats!

LEONARDO DiCAPRIO: Already moving on Gigi Hadid?

RICKY MARTIN denies a new sexual assault complaint.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE breaks down RHOBH.

GLASS ONION: The Knives Out sequel has solid early reviews.

WHIT STILLMAN talks to Metrograph about the ideologies under (and sometimes above) the surface of his films.

WHEN HOLLYWOOD Met China.

 

CATS & DOGS, living together...

THE NEW BOAT HORN sounds great.

A SURGEON struggles to remove a live snake from a woman's ear.

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You gotta do it till you're through, so you better get to it.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 12, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

REDBONE: "Come and Get Your Love."

NEW RELEASES: Pitchfork will point you to Afghan Whigs, Built to Spill, Santigold, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Jockstrap, Peoccupations, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and more.

BETH ORTON, on the soundtrack to her life.

DAVID BOWIE: Documentarian Brett Morgentalks about Moonage Daydream.

BRITISH POP's fraught relationship with Queen Elizabeth.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Outkast's first Hot 100 chart-topper, the thoughtfully slinky relationship jam "Ms. Jackson."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Barbarian tops the chrt with a mildly surprising 10MM. Brahmastra Part One: Shiva places at the high end of estimates with 4.4MM.  Bullet Train shows with 3.3MM on a 25 percent drop.  Overall, the second-lowest weekend of the year.

THE FABELMANS, directed by Steven Spielberg, has a trailer online.

DISENCHANTED, the sequel to Enchanted, has a trailer online.

HARRISON FORD showed Indiana Jones 5 footage at D23.

MARVEL and STAR WARS announcements at D23.

THE MANDALORIAN has a Season 3 teaser online.

INSIDE OUT 2 Is Happening, But Only Amy Poehler's Feeling the Joy.

ANNA KENDRICK, rescued from an elevator.

 

RABBITS have a swim mode.

AN ELEPHANT, enjoying a little mud slide.

STANLEY likes ice cubes.

A LITTLE PUPPER just wants to play.

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The Queen is Dead, boys.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 09, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE B-52s!  The quirky combo from Athens, GA, has had a long and storied career, but we'll (mostly) stick to the early stuff this weekend.  So, from the self-titled debut, classics "Planet Claire," "Rock Lobster,"  "Lava," and "Dance This Mess Around." And from the sophomore LP, Wild Planet, "Party Out of Bounds," "Give Me Back My Man", "Private Idaho" and "Dirty Back Road."  BONUS: "Song For A Future Generation," because it's the first song I heard them play live. DOUBLE BONUS: "Deadbeat Club," because get off my lawn.

BUILT TO SPILL: Doug Martsch visits World Cafe.

CHARLEY CROCKETT plays World Cafe.

TEGAN & SARA play "Yellow" on Late Night.

WET LEG covers Steve Lacy's "Bad Habit."

ARETHA FRANKLIN's FBI file has been disclosed.

PAVEMENT, on what they learned from Sonic Youth, R.E.M. and Echo & the Bunnymen.

AMANDA SHIRES talks to Fresh Air.

WHAT BOB DYLAN WANTED AT 23, from Nat Hentoff, Oct. 16, 1964.

 

QUEEN ELIZABETH II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years. There's more from The Telegraph. Here's what likely happens next. She broke with tradition to stand with U.S. in a crisis. And here's a bit about the Queen's sense of humor. And with Paddington. Here are tributes from Elton John, the Rolling Stones, and Paul McCartney.  And inevitably, the last word, from The Beatles.

OLIVIA WILDE continues to spin the "Don't Worry, Darling" drama.

RICKY MARTIN is suing the nephew who accused him of sexual abuse.

GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY has a trailer online.

BLACK ADAM has another trailer online.

MEET CUTE has a trailer online.

PINOCCHIO: The D+ live-action remake's reviews are not great, Bob.

CLERKS III is getting more interesting reviews.

JAY CRONLEY's Unusually Funny Movies.

STREAMING TV is having an existential crisis.

BERNARD SHAW, CNN's first chief anchor, died Wednesday at a Washington, DC, hospital of pneumonia unrelated to Covid-19, Shaw's family announced Thursday. Shaw was 82.

9/11: The first five minutes of CNN coverage. I came out of the shower, saw the second plane hit on NBC, and knew had had to contact my boss, whose daughter lived in NYC. There is still a lot of crazy stuff going on around the country and the world as a result, so consider taking a moment to watch and remember, esp. with a new generation that has grown up with no direct memory of the event. 

 

A DOGGO trying a hula hoop.

LEAVE NO Spaniel Behind.

DON'T DO IT... oh, that's not so bad.

A CHIMPANZEE who ran away from a Ukrainian zoo was talked into returning after zookeepers offered her a raincoat, a hug and a bike ride.

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A bit more Labor, but with the weekend on the horizon.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 08, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

KISS: "Black Diamond." They got you under their thumb. More Cowbell.

WILLIE NELSON's early career gets over three hours of discussion and analysis on Political Beats, with guest Jesse Walker.

AMANDA SHIRES visits World Cafe.

IBIBIO SOUND MACHINE covers David Bowie's "Heroes."

TEGAN & SARA cover Smashing Pumpkins' "Today."

PHOENIX shares "Tonight."

BRIAN ENO shares "We Let It In."

DEERHOOF shares "My Lovely Cat."

BUILT TO SPILL: Doug Martsch reviews his band's catalog.

THE BEATLES' Revolver is getting the super-deluxe treatment, incl. new mixes using the "de-mixing" technology from Peter Jackson's Get Back.

KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD are releasing three albums next week.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me," the pop-dancehall novelty that refuses to die.

 

LEONARDO DiCAPRIO's latest ex is doing fine, while another blasts ageist comments and headlines.

REGAL CINEMAS owner Cineworld Group has begun Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.  Theater execs project the industry generally could shed 5000 to 15000 screens.

BRADGELINA's battle over a French winery has gone from nasty to nuclear.

ANNA KENDRICK will direct a stranger-than-fiction true story based on Cheryl Bradshaw, a bachelorette on the hit '70s TV matchmaking show ‘The Dating Game.’

BILLIE LOURD and her husband, Austen Rydell, are expecting their second child.

TOM BRADY & GISELE BUNDCHEN haven't patched things up.

NETFLIX agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a Georgian chess master who alleged that she was defamed in an episode of “The Queen’s Gambit.”

 

GET A FOX, they said. It will be chill, they said.

A YORKIE goes for a spin.

A BEAR, having a scratch.

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