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Thursday, July 19, 2012 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

BEST COAST covered Fleetwood Mac's "Storms" on Fallon.

CODEINE recently stopped by KEXP to play a pristine live set of old favorites.

LIARS bring their unique brand of circular, electronically-driven avant-rock to the KEXP studio.

DAMIEN JURADO stopped by World Cafe to talk and play, including a 12-minute web extra.

LUMINEERS stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

STARS drops "Hold On When You Get Love And Let Go When You Give It" ahead of The North.

MENOMENA drops "Heavy Is as Heavy Does" ahead of Moms.

ART BRUT:I can't get over "Emily Kane."

SONIC YOUTH: Lee Renaldo confirmed that he was currently working on digitizing the band's 30 year archive - as well as a potential deluxe edition of their 1987 album 'Sister' and a live film from 1985.

DIRTY PROJECTORS: David Longstreth talks to The Quietus about shifting towards a more direct and heartfelt approach to songwriting.

THE POLARIS MUSIC PRIZE unveils its 2012 Short List.

THE ROLLING STONES: A Literary Guide.

TOM CRUISE: Miserable over his divorce or choosing Wife No. 4 already?

HALLE BERRY was rushed to a hospital in Los Angeles following an accident on the set of her latest movie.

JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT takes issue with part of the GQ profile linked here yesterday.

MILA KUNIS is Interviewed by James Franco.

KRISTEN STEWART: Enhanced, or Kristen's Secret?

THE BEST FILMS of 2012 (So Far), annotated by The A.V. Club.

POLITICALLY INCORRECT TV CHARACTERS, timelined by The A.V. Club.

SYRIA: A lethal bomb attack in Damascus struck at the heart of Assad's inner circle Wednesday, killing at least three of his most senior aides, including his minister of defense and brother-in-law, in the most audacious challenge to Mr. Assad's grip on power since the Syria uprising began 17 months ago. Randa Kassis, president of a secular opposition group, paints a gloomy picture of Syria's future, claiming Islamist rebels supported by the Gulf states are driving a wedge in the opposition by labeling secular adversaries of Assad enemies.  A senior defector said Assad will not hesitate to use chemical weapons. Peace negotiations in the UN have deadlocked.

LIBYA: In parliamentary elections, the National Forces Alliance, a moderate Islamic coalition, won the largest number of seats, 39 out of 80. The Islamic Muslim Brotherhood won 17 seats.

IRAN's parliament speaker has acknowledged that tightened sanctions are hurting. But is the behavior changing?

PANDA CUBS on a slide. Let's go to the video.

A CAT pushes an orphaned kitten in a shopping cart. Aw.

RABID BEAVER attacks two sisters in Spotsylvania.

AN ORPHANED KOALA, nursed back to health, returns to the wild.

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