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Omni, Billy Bragg & Joe Henry, Bruce Cockburn, Hooded Grebe   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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FOO FIGHTERS + SLASH + TENACIOUS D cover Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song." NSFW langauage. They were Sonic Death Monkey, and soon will be Kathleen Turner Overdrive.

OMNI streams Multi-task.

BILLY BRAGG & JOE HENRY play the Mountain Stage.

BRUCE COCKBURN plays the Mountain Stage.

 

JULES SHEAR: "If She Knew What She Wants," unplugged on Unplugged, circa 1990. Check how he's holding his guitar.

ST VINCENT: Annie Clark talks to NYLON about MASSEDUCTION, sobriety, celibacy, and the joys of being misunderstood.

NEW ORDER reaches a financial settlement with Peter Hook.

SOFT CELL: Ten of Their Best.

THE 50 ESSENTIAL LPs OF 1976, according to Rolling Stone.

 

TOMB RAIDER has a trailer online.

JUMANJI has a second trailer online.

FERDINAND has a trailer online.

YOUNG HAN SOLO: It appears Star Wars fans are finally going to see the Millennium Falcon's famous Kessel Run.

GAME OF THRONES will have five prequels on HBO.

LAURENCE FISHBURNE & GINA TORRES split in the early fall of last year - after 14 years of marriage.

HALLE BERRY and Alex D Kid are a thing.

JAKE LaMOTTA, the boxer portrayed by Robert De Niro in Raging Bull, has died at age 95.

 

THE HOODED GREBE, getting its mating dance on.

OCTLANTIS: An underwater city built by octopuses.

A BABY SNOW LEOPARD debuts in Seattle.

DUCKS: Sexual competition wreaks havoc on penis size.

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Joan Shelley, Prawn, Morrissey, Leon Russell, Bash & Pop, Man, Cat & Rat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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LEONARD COHEN: Watch "Leaving The Table."

JOAN SHELLEY plays the Philadelphia Folk Festival, complete with cicadas.

PRAWN streams Run.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features new tracks from Neil Young, Lisa LeBlanc, Björk and more.

MORRISSEY returns with "Spent The Day In Bed."

LEON RUSSELL: Hear "Easy To Love."

BASH & POP feature NICOLE ATKINS on "Too Late."

 

O'JAYS: "Backstabbers."

PULP, ranked by NME.

NANCY WILSON of Heart talks about her new supergroup, Roadcase Royale.

THE CLIENTELE: Alasdair MacLean talks to Aquarium Drunkard about the band's new LP, Music for the Age of Miracles.

RINGO STARR: The Beatles' unsung genius.

 

RYAN PHILLIPPE's ex-girlfriend Elsie Hewitt filed a lawsuit Monday against the actor for allegedly kicking, punching and throwing her down the stairs.

KEVIN HART is aggressively helping authorities nab the people who tried extorting him.

RACHEL BILSON & HAYDEN CHRISTENSEN have split after nearly ten years together.

EVA MENDES talks work and family.

mother!: The year's most divisive film?

MATTHEW VAUGHN talks to Uproxx about Kingsman, Prince Superman, X-Men, John Denver, and more.

TERMINATOR 6: Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are both returning.

 

MAN & CAT... vs RAT.

AN AUSSIE SNAKECATCHER captured a deadly eastern brown snake in an underwear drawer.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Three militant rodents were captured in New Orleans.

FLAMING WAR PIGS were deployed against elephants in ancient Rome.

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The Clientele, J Roddy Walston, Grant Hart, Goat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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BJORK shares a video for "The Gate," the lead single from her new album Utopia.

THE CLIENTELE advance streams Music For The Age Of Miracles.

J. RODDY WALSTON & THE BUSINESS stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

GRANT HART's 2013 set for The Current gets reupped for the sad reason.

BRIAN WILSON shares a new song, "Run James Run."

CURLS: The new band from Christopher Ownes (Girls) shares "Emotion."

CHVRCHES covers Tegan & Sara's "Call It Off."

 

THE MOODY BLUES "Ride My Seesaw" for Twofer "Tuesday Afternoon."

CRAIG FINN talks music and religion with America Magazine.

TALKING HEADS: '77 turns 40.

SIGUR ROS: Orri Páll Dýrason talks positivity, Game of Thrones and the band's UK tour.

MOGWAI is profiled by Drowned In Sound.

 

NEARLY ALL THE EMMY-NOMINATED SERIES have been watched by fewer than half of all potential viewers.

KATE WALSH was diagnosed with a brain tumor two years ago.

COLIN JOST doesn’t seem interested in quelling talk that he’s dating Scarlett Johansson.

AMBER TAMBLYN is tired of not being believed. And of James Woods, apparerntly.

ALL I SEE IS YOU has a trailer online.

 

GOAT: I could watch this all day.

PURR ME ANOTHER: How working cats earn their keep at Southern distilleries and breweries.

MANATEES rescued in the lead-up to Hurricane Irma.

A MAN WRESTLED A RATTLESNAKE to show off. He was bit in the face and nearly died. The More You Know. Swoosh.

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Bon Iver, Spoon, Deer Tick, Hurricane Hawk   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 18, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JAPANDROIDS share a tour video for "North East South West."

BON IVER, Live at the Cork Opera House, with Aaron and Bryce Dessner of the National.

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

NOTABLE RELEASES streaming this week include new LPs from Lee Renaldo and Deer Tick.

THE ALLAH-LAs cover Kathy Heideman’s “The Earth Won’t Hold Me.”

THE KINKS: "Victoria," live in Rhode Island, circa 1979.

RONNIE WOOD talks to The Guardian about his paintings, his singing twins - and his nose.

U2 and ED SHEERAN canceled St Louis shows due to security concerns over an acquittalin a police-related shooting.

INSANE CLOWN POSSE fans marched in protest of the FBI's designation of Juggalos as a gang.

ROLLING STONE is going up for sale.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: It repeated atop the chart with 60MM on a 51 percent drop that is more like blockbuster than typical horror fare. That's the best second weekend for an R-rated film ever.  American Assassin placedwith 14.8MM which is probably alright against a 33MM budget, adding to Michael Keaton's career renaissance. mother! showed with a mere 7.5MM (against a 30MM budget), suggesting Jennifer Lawrence wasn't enough to get people to watch an odd religious allegory dressed as a horror pic while a killer clown is on the screen next door.  Home Again slid to the fourth slot with5.3MM and 17.1MM total against a 12MM budget.  The Hitman's Bodyguard rounded out the Top Five with 3.6MM (and 70MM total domestic against a 3MM budget).

HARRY DEAN STANTON, the gaunt, hollow-eyed, scene-stealing character actor who broke out of obscurity in his late 50s in two starring movie roles and capped his career with an acclaimed characterization as a corrupt polygamist on the HBO series Big Love, died on Friday in Los Angeles. He was 91. Avenge him!

GASTONE MOSCHIN, an Italian character actor remembered by American audiences as Don Fanucci, a dapper crime boss gunned down by Vito Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather Part II, died on Sept. 4 in Terni, in central Italy. He was 88.

THE EMMYS went to these folks.

LEAH REMINI claims Jada Pinkett Smith is a Scientologist.

KEVIN HART apologized to his wife and kids after a sexually suggestive video led to a failed extortion attempt.

JENNIER LAWRENCE taught Javier Bardem about the Kardashians.

JON HAMM looks for a second act after Mad Men.

CLAIRE FOY (The Queen) will star in the sequel to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

JOHN WICK 3 is in motion; it may be John's last, but it may spin off a Wick uninverse.

HARVEY THE HURRICANE HAWK is flying free again.

YOUR DOG LOVES YOU  — and not just because you bring food.

RARE WHITE GIRAFFES have been spotted in Kenya.

FORENSIC SCIENTISTS caught a deer munching on a human carcass for the first time ever.

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Grant Hart RIP, Josh Ritter, Godspeed You!, Cut Copy, Dog Candidate   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 15, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

KarlGRANT HART HAS DIED. THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with HUSKER DU.  Grant Hart, the drummer, vocalist and songwriter for the influential Minnesota rock band, died of cancer on Wednesday at his home in St. Paul. He was 56. Rolling Stone and The Guardian both essayed his impact on Punk and Grunge, while bandmate Bob Mould and a host of other musicians paid tribute to man author Michael Azerrad succinctly nailed as "a cyclonic drummer, soulful singer, epochal songwriter and inspiring autodidact."  The Current also has a great obit with tw separate playlists of his career highlights.  World Cafe has reposed a 2010 interview and twofer.  Husker Du was certainly in my personal pantheon of greats at the dawn -- or early morning, anyway -- of what was then known as "college rock."  I saw them play on a number of occasions, including an upclose exposure (by which I mean literally inches at times) on the final night of the Flip Your Wig tour, which included Soul Asylum at Amelia's in beautiful Iowa City. I lost some of my hearing that night, but not enough to harbor serious regrets.  You can get a rough idea of what it was like from Live from London's Camden Palace in 1985. Your setlist includes: "New Day Rising"; "It's Not Funny Anymore"; "Everything Falls Apart"; "Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill"; "I Apologize"; "If I Told You"; "Folklore"; "Terms of Psychic Warfare"; "Powerline"; "Books About UFOs"; "Chartered Trips"; "Diane"; "Celebrated Summer"; "Every Everything"; "Makes No Sense at All"; "Pink Turns to Blue"; "Ticket to Ride"; "Reoccurring Dreams/Dreams Reoccurring"; "Eight Miles High"; and "Love Is All Around".  BONUS: "2541," which is probably his best-known solo track.

JOSH RITTER advance streams Gathering.

GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR advance streams Luciferian Towers.

CUT COPY advance streams Haiku From Zero.

CHELSEA WOLFE advance streams Hiss Spun.

METZ advance streams Strange Peace.

THE CLIENTELE shares "Everything You See Tonight Is Different From Itself."

WEEZER shares "Beach Boys." Murry Wilson has a cameo.

R.E.M. shares a demo for "Mike's Pop Song."

JON PRATT: Pate's frontman  rolls out "Summer Crush" and an explainer.

POLITICAL BEATS spends two hours on R.E.M. with guest Matt Welch, former Editor-in-Chief and current Editor-at-Large of Reason magazine. And maybe not what you'd expect from National Review.

ARIEL PINK talks to SPIN about Bobby Jameson and Dedicated To Bobby Jameson.

MATTHEW SWEET talks to PopMatters about his long and winding road.

STEELY DAN: Don Fagen intends to carry on the band's legacy, but cancelled four solo dates due to an undisclosed illness.

NOW SHOWING:  This weekend's wide releases are American Assassin, which is currently scoring 43 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and mother!, which is scoring 76 percent.

SELENA GOMEZ got a kidney transplant from a friend.

FERGIE & JOSH DUHAMEL are going their separate ways.

ROONEY MARA is profiled by Vogue.

BILL COSBY: Another trial date was pushed back as yet another set of new lawyers are brought on board for the much-accused actor.

GAME OF THRONES producers will shoot multiple versions of the ending of season eight to try to avoid leaks.

BETTER WATCH OUT, a horror-comedy splitting critics, has a trailer online.

FINN, a five-year-old Australian cattle dog, is running for mayor of St John’s in Newfoundland.

A SEA MONSTER washed up in Texas.

THAT PUG needed a taxpayer-funded tuxedo, your honor.

YOUR HOUSE CAT may someday contribute to your Parkinson's or Alzheimer's.

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