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Jon Pratt, New Releases, Pere Ubu, Bat For Lashes, Dolphins   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, July 29, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


JON PRATT: Pate's frontman covers Rockpile's "Heart" and a previously unreleased song from All The Fixins, "Treat You Right" for Twofer Monday.

NEW RELEASES: Paste hooks you up to new LPs from Florist, Violent Femmes, Dude York, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT hooks you up with LPs from Lloyd Cole, Fad Gadget, Moloko and more.

PERE UBU plays Mountain Stage.

BAT FOR LASHES shares the 80s-tinged "Feel For You."

THE HIGHWOMEN share "Crowded Table."

MY MORNING JACKET shares an outtake from their debut, "John Dyes Her Hair Red."


SHEER MAG shares a video for "Hardly to Blame."

THE ROLLING STONES' ROCK AND ROLL CIRCUS has received a 4K restoration.

AC/DC's Highway to Hell Turns 40. Rolling Stone originally didn't like it.

DOLLY PARTON made cameo appearances at the Newport Folk Festival.

RANDY NEWMAN appears on Chance the Rapper's new album. So does Bon Iver.

WOODSTOCK 50 has found a location (Merriweather Post Pavillion), but needs to find a lineup within 3 weeks.


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Lion King repeats atop the chart with 75.5MM on a 60 percent drop that suggests the film was a little front-loaded with fans of the original, but it's already close to a billion worldwide. Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood shows with 40MM, which is the best opening of the director's career, but the "B" CinemaScore suggests it may have delivered something unexpected to his hardest core fans. The reported 110MM in marketing costs will figure in how this does once it reaches international markets. Spider-Man: Far from Home shows with another 12.2MM and crosses the billion-dollar mark globally.  Toy Story 4 takes the fourth slot with 9.9MM on a 37 percent drop; it will cross 400MM domestic this week, and domestic markets likely will put this one over a billion by the end of summer.  Crawl rounds out the Top Five with 4MM on a 34 percent drop and 45.9MM worldwide against a 13.5MM budget, which likely means cash in the bank befor finding cult status in the home video market.

AVENGERS: ENDGAME: A deleted scene reveals Gamora's fate.

VENOM: Three directors are in talks to direct the upcoming sequel, including Andy Serkis.

SYLVESTER STALLONE revealed that a new Rocky movie and prequel series could be on the way.

THE CONTINENTAL: Starz's TV series spinoff of John Wick is unlikely to air until at least late 2021.

PATSY & LORETTA, The real-life friendship of country icons Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn is revealed in the first trailer for the upcoming Lifetime biopic.

RUSSI TAYLOR, the voice of Minnie Mouse for over 30 years, died this weekend in Glendale, Calif. She was 75.


A MEGAPOD OF DOLPHINS swam alongside a boat in California for nearly 30 minutes.

THIS GUY wakes up at 5 am every single day to feed hundreds of stray dogs.

FLORIDA OFFICIALS are backtracking after encouraging homeowners to "kill iguanas on their own property" as the population booms.

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Thin Lizzy, Steve Earle, Sloan, Durand Jones, Pere Ubu, Moose   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, July 26, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with THIN LIZZY! Remember that chick who used to dance a lot? Here's Phil Lynott & Co. live at the Sydney Opera House in 1978, playing "Jailbreak," "Bad Reputation," "Cowboy Song," "The Boys Are Back In Town," "Waiting For An Alibi," and "Are You Ready?"


SLOAN, Live on KEXP.


PERE UBU, Live on Mountain Stage.

TEGAN & SARA share “I’ll Be Back Someday.

OH SEES share "Heartworm."


WALTHAM: "Cheryl (Come and Take a Ride)" would've been a smash in the 80s.

STEREOLAB: The anti-nostalgia reunion?

DAVID CROSBY Music, Misdeeds And Making The Most Of What's Left.

THE KAISER CHIEFS' Ricky Wilson talks sobriety.

LOU BEGA Knows Why You're Still Dancing to "Mambo No. 5."


ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD is this weekend's sole wide release, currently scoring 88 percent on the ol Tomatometer. I liked it quite a bit, though with Tarantino, it's usually good practice to watch it again to see how well it really holds up. It is QT's most interesting movie in a while, in asmuch as he usually riffs on genre -- gangster movies, heist movies, blaxploitation, war movies, grindhouse action, westerns, etc -- but this time takes on Hollywood itself as his subject in a meta sort of way. I have long been interested in this particular slice of history; how much you like this film may depend on how much you like lingering in the world QT has meticulously recreated.  Tarantino's soundtracks are alwys excellent; this one is no exception. And there's a mid-credits bonus for hardcore QT fans.

THAT'S A BINGO: The Best Quentin Tarantino Scenes Ever.


A$AP ROCKY has been charged by a Swedish prosecutor with assault over a fight in Stockholm last month, in a case that has drawn the attention of fellow recording artists as well as U.S. President Donald Trump.

SEAN COMBS and... Steve Harvey's duaghter?

SPDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME crosses the billion-dollar mark, the first Spidey flick to do so.


ZOMBIELAND: DOUBLE TAP has a trailer online.


A MOOSE, with a sprinkler.

AN EMU, with a sprinker.

GIANT PANDAS cope with extreme heat in a way we wish we all could: longer naps.

THE PIGLET SQUID regulates its buoyancy using an ammonia-filled internal chamber.

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The Black Keys, Caamp, Vintage 1969, Elephants   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, July 25, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


ROGER McGUINN performs "King of the Hill" -- a song about "Papa" John Phillips -- for Carson.

THE BLACK KEYS visit World Cafe.

CAAMP visits the World Cafe.

CAN YOU DIG IT? 25 Golden Jams From A 1969 Vintage.


BLONDIE covers "Old Town Road." Yes, really.

THE REPLACEMENTS' "Talent Show" (Matt Wallace Mix), ahead of the Don't Tell a Soul box set.

JOHN PAUL JONES is set to make his live return with new band, Sons Of Chipotle.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN's Western Stars film will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

TINARIWEN, the band of Tuareg guitarists who have faced down Islamic extremism at home in Mali, are receiving violent threats and racist responses to a scheduled concert in North Carolina.


RUTGER HAUER, the versatile Dutch leading man of the '70s who went on star in the 1982 Blade Runner as Roy Batty, died July 19 at his home in the Netherlands after a short illness.  He was 75.

ANNE HATHAWAY is expecting her second child.

NATALIE IMBRUGLIA is expecting her first child, but she's torn about telling you.

FAYE DUNAWAY, the Oscar-winning actress whose reputation has long been dogged by suggestions that she is difficult to work with, has been fired by the producers of a one-woman show that had been planning to come to Broadway this season.

THE HITCHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY is being adapted by Hulu.

SELMA BLAIR talks about her son's reaction to her MS diagnosis.

TOM CRUISE brought Les Grossman to ConanCon.

THE BALLAD of Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.

MOTION SMOOTHING IS RUINING CINEMA. So why is it the default setting on almost every new TV in America?


BEAR HEIST: A surveillance camera outside a Colorado marijuana dispensary captures a bear in the act. Video shows the bear ambling up to a dumpster and carefully backing it into the darkness.

SHIRLEY, a former circus elephant, had not seen another elephant for over 20 years. But she soon learned that her friend Jenny, from a circus she was in 25 years ago, was also a resident at the sanctuary.

DON'T TEASE A BULL with your face. The More You Know. Whoosh.

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Priests, Six Organs of Admittance, Black Pumas, Doggos   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE LAST SHADOW PUPPETS are "Standing Next to Me."

PRIESTS play a Tiny Desk Concert.

SIX ORGANS OF ADMITTANCE re-imagined three Melvins songs for a Lagniappe Session.

BLACK PUMAS visit The Current.

THE HOLD STEADY shares “You Did Good Kid.”

TY SEGALL shares “Ice Plant.”

BETTY DAVIS has released her first new song in 40 years.


THE ALLAH-LAs share a video for "In the Air."

THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS are gearing up to release their first new album in 29 years.

SPOON's Britt Daniel explains how he picked the songs for the band's "Greatest Hits" album.


LIVE NATION admits putting tickets straight on the resale market.


MTV's VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS nominees are announced.

JAMES GUNN explains how Thor: Love and Thunder fits into the Guardians Of The Galaxy timeline.

STAR WARS: Will the last shot of The Rise of Skywalker "melt fans' minds"?

SCARLETT JOHANSSON has a helluva engagement ring.

BLACK WIDOW: Concept art confirms the appearance of a classic Marvel villain.

MAVERICK: How a 57-Year-Old Could Still Feel the Need for Speed.

AD ASTRA has a trailer online.

HARRIET: The Tubman biopic has a trailer online.


THIS DOG has to hold his dad’s hand in the car.

NEXT, we work in a little conditioner.

A RARE, NEW SHARK SPECIES squirts glow-in-the-dark liquid from its pockets.

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The Beths, Bad Bad Hats, Heart Bones, Bobcats   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE KINKS: "Last of the Steam Powered Trains" and "Picture Book," circa 1969, from the album The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society, for Twofer Tuesday.

THE BETHS, Live at Rock the Garden.

BAD BAD HATS, Live at Rock the Garden.

HEART BONES, Live at Rock the Garden.

THE MARK LANEGAN BAND shares “Letter Never Sent.”

THE HIGHWOMEN -- Brandi Carlile, Amanda Shires, Maren Morris, and Natalie Hemby -- cover Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain" for the soundtrack of the upcoming movie The Kitchen.


HAIM covers "I Don't Wanna Wait" and "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" for Twofer Tuesday.

THE ROLLING STONES' Brian Jones era gets almost three and a half hours of discussion and analysis on Political Bolitical beats with guest Harry Khachatrian.

ROYAL TRUX: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

DEERHUNTER frontman Bradford Cox had a ten-minute conversation with a crowd member who accused him of cultural appropriation during a recent show.

ART NEVILLE — a founding member of both the Meters and the Neville Brothers, died Monday at age 81.


LEONARDO DiCAPRIO: Hollywood's Last Movie Star?


SHANNEN DOHERTY  is joining the fourth season of Riverdale as a special guest for the show's upcoming tribute to its late cast member Luke Perry.

SEAN GUNN married actress Natasha Halevi on Saturday, June 15.


BEN AFFLECK & MATT DAMON, together again. With Ridley Scott.

MATT GROENING is pretty sure about a sequel to The Simpsons Movie.

CHRIS KRAFT, NASA’s first flight director and a legendary scientist who helped build the nation’s space program — died Monday, just two days after the world celebrated the historic Apollo 11 walk on the moon. He was 95.


THREE BABY BOBCATS were spotted playing on the backyard wall of Arizona home.

i COULDN'T BREATHE when I slept so I installed a camera.”

SNAIL SLIME: Thai farmers on the cash trail.

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