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Mountain Goats, Har Mar Superstar, Gorillaz, Richard Thompson, BYOM   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 30, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


EVERCLEAR: "A.M. Radio." Because my brother's Pinto said so.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS cover Bon Iver, Robin Trower, and a tune from Godspell for a Lagniappe Session.

HAR MAR SUPERSTAR performs at the Minnesota State Fair.

GORILLAZ "visit" World Cafe for a chat and live music.

RICHARD THOMPSON shares "My Rock, My Rope."


MOUNTAIN MAN shares a video for "Rang Tang Ring Toon."

THE ORWELLS break up following sexual abuse allegations.

JOY DIVISION and NEW ORDER drummer Stephen Morris talks tech and more with Forbes.

POST-PUNK: Transcending indie rock's identity crisis.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Were Made For Walkin'," an absolute pop-music miracle.


ALEC BALDWIN now says he is not going to play Thomas Wayne in The Joker.

DWAYNE JOHNSON will play Hawaiian king Kamehameha. Robert Zemeckis is set to direct a film that could be compared to Braveheart, and only partly because King is based on a spec written by that film's screenwriter, Randall Wallace.

QUENTIN TARANTINO has cast his Charles Manson for upcoming film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

MAVERICK: The Top Gun sequel has been pushed back to 2020.

PETER DINKLAGE talks to Entertainment Weekly about playing Hervé Villechaize , tackles a “whitewashing” claim about the film as well as talks about the progress (or lack thereof) of dwarf actors in Hollywood.

LOUIS CK: Maybe don't call it a comeback, but he has support from club owners and Marlon Wayans.

JENNA ELFMAN is getting candid about her relationship with Scientology.

LEONARDO DiCAPRIO and Camila Morrone have talked about getting engaged. Seeing is believing tho.



BOBCATS spotted in Orange County (NY) yards.

17 RATLESNAKES is too many pets in West Virginia.

PETA seeks a 5-foot memorial at site where lobsters might have died in a crash.

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Tuesday night was unexpectedly busy. But Things!   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 29, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE DOG DAYS OF AUGUST are generally slow for "news" as well as actual news, BUT:

ODDLY, Louis CK, Aziz Ansari, and Matt Lauer were all back in the news in the post-MeToo environment. Their cases are by no means identical; it was just a weird coincidence, I think.


STORMY DANIELS & MICHAEL AVENATTI got P\photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue, because 2018, maaaan.

MATT SMITH is joining the cast of Star Wars: Episode IX. Meanwhile, Red Letter Media finally dropped its NSFW review of The Last Jedi.

EDDIE MURPHY is expecting a 10th child with partner and Australian actress Paige Butcher.

"IT'S ENRICO PALLAZZO!" The inside story of The Naked Gun baseball game.

ROTTEN TOMATOES is adjusting its critics criteria for its Tomatometer rating system, allowing for a wider and more diverse pool of critics.

THE SWARM hit a hot dog stand in Times Square. And Reuters streamed the NYPD beekeper who came to vacuum them up.

I should be back Thursday with the usual platter.

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Sandy Denny + Richard & Linda Thompson, Robert Walter, Cat vs Seal   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 28, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


CROWDED HOUSE, which hit the Top Ten twice in 1987 with "Don't Dream It's Over" and "Something So Strong," are your Twofer Tuesday.


ROBERT WALTER covers Roxy Music, Burt Bacharach, Gary Numan, the Dead, and Paul McCartneyin a Lagniappe Session.

HOUSE OF FEELINGS advance streams New Lows.


COURTNEY BARNETT shares a video for "Charity."

INTERPOL: Paul Banks shares the soundtrack of his life.

THE HOLD STEADY:19 essential B-sides, according to Stereogum.

JOHN GRANT: "I'm sensitive. I spent a lot of time trying to destroy that."

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Petula Clark's big and orchestral "My Love," a song that even Clark herself never liked.


ROSE McGOWAN advises Asia Argento and disses gay men. I'm sure it will be well-received.

BOND 25: An alternate theory of Danny Boyle's departure.

ALEC BALDWIN is joining Joaquin Phoenix in Joker, Warner Bros.' standalone movie centered on the DC’s clown prince of crime.

JOHN GOODMAN said he knows “for a fact” that Roseanne Barr is “not a racist,” and suggests her character will be killed off for The Conners.

ANGELINA JOLIE and divorce attorney Laura Wasser have gone their separate ways, People exclusively confirms.

CONAN O'BRIEN's epic quest to book Robert Caro as a guest.

VINCENT CASSEL tied the knot with French model Tina Kunake on Friday.

KEVIN SMITH dropped 51 pounds after his heart attack.


CAT vs SEAL: Who You Got?

A SEXUALLY FRUSTRATED DOLPHIN keeps swimmers on a French beach.

A GALLERY of amazing deep sea creatures.

A CROCODILE uses a pool noodle to cross a canal in Key Largo.

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Shannon Shaw, Dermot Kennedy, Sarah Siskind, Shining Bear   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 27, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE CAPTAIN & TENNILLE may have ultimately divorced, but here's "Love Will Keep Us Together" for Daryl Dragon's birthday.

SHANNON SHAW visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

DERMOT KENNEDY stops by the World Cafe.

SARAH SISKIND plays the Mountain Stage.

COLTER WALL shares "Saskatchewan 1881."

DANIELSON returns with "Snap Outtavit.”


INTERPOL shares a video for "If You Really Love Nothing," ft. Kristen Stewart and Finn Whitrock.

THE KINKS' Dave Davies is releasing an album of never-before-heard solo material recorded from 1971 to 1979.

PRINCE's family sues the doctor who prescribed him pain pills.

JOHN LENNON's assassin has been denied parole a 10th time.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Simon & Garfunkel's iconic folk-rock single "The Sound Of Silence."


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Crazy Rich Asians repeats atop the chart with 25MM on an astoundingly leggy 6 percent drop. This sort of thing usually doesn't happen unless your second weekend contains a holiday. It's almost certain to clear 100MM domestic, an amazing feat for a rom-com these days. Next week is a holiday, with no serious competition, so expect the rich to get richer. The Meg places with13MM on a 38 percent drop, again reflecting the lack of competition in the dog days of cinema. The Happytime Murders shows with 10MM against a reported 40MM budget. In the fourth slot, Mission: Impossible - Fallout takes in another 8MM on a leggy 26 percent drop as it closes in on 200MM domestic. Disney's Christopher Robin rounds out the Top Five with 6.3MM, but even without competition, this seems likely to fall short of the 100MM+ Disney likely hoped for.

JOHN McCAIN, the proud naval aviator who climbed from depths of despair as a prisoner of war in Vietnam to pinnacles of power as a Republican congressman and senator from Arizona and a two-time contender for the presidency, died on Saturday at his home in Arizona. He was 81.

NEIL SIMON, the playwright whose name was synonymous with Broadway comedy and commercial success in the theater for decades, and who helped redefine popular American humor with an emphasis on the frictions of urban living and the agonizing conflicts of family intimacy, died on Sunday in Manhattan. He was 91.

ROBIN LEACH,  the veteran entertainment journalist best known for his work on TV's Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, died early Friday morning. He was 76.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 3 is being put on hold for the time being as Marvel and Disney regroup on the project.

BEN AFFLECK and JENNIFER GARNER have settled their divorce case and the final settlement will be filed with the court after Ben gets out of rehab.


AZEALIA BANKS released a letter apologizing to Elon Musk following her recent high-profile stay at the SpaceX founder's house.

JOAQUIN PHOENIX responds to critics who attacked his upcoming portrayal of The Joker.

OSCAR ISSAC calls the Oscars’ new popular movie category ‘pretty stupid’.

TRUE DETECTIVE: Season Three has a teaser trailer online.


A BEAR wandered into the lobby of the hotel that inspired The Shining.

PREGNANT PIPE FISH DADS might eat their unborn babies and save the nutrients for the prospects of mating with a superior mother.

MARIMO: Float by day, sink by night.

BISON TAUNTER sentenced to 130 days in jail.

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Sly Stone, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Saintseneca, Ethers, Echo, Petty, Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 24, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



SLY & THE FAMILY STONE rip through a medley of "Everyday People" and "Dance to the Music," plus "Hot Fun in the Summertime," "Don't Call Me N*gger, Whitey," and "I Want to Take You Higher" on network TV, circa 1969.

AARON LEE TASJAN advance streams Karma For Cheap.' Nice allusions to Thunderclap Newman in "Heart Slows Down."

SAINTSENECA advance streams Pillar of Na.

ETHERS advance stream their self-titled debut.

THOU advance streams Magus; metal's not really my bag, but Pate bassist Mike Kelly might dig it.

ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN share “The Somnambulist.”

TOM PETTY: Hear the previously unreleased song “You And Me (Clubhouse Version).“

DEATH CAB's Ben Gibbard pays tribute to Richard Swift.

KT TUNSTALL shares "The River."

SHA LA DAS share "Just For A Minute," which is on a Dap-Tone label.

R.E.M.: "Don't Go Back to Rockville," very unplugged.

MITSKI: "I'm waiting for everyone to decide to hate me."

NICO's post-Velvet Underground legacy is briefly essayed at Artforum.

BLOOD ORANGE's Dev Hynes Breaks Down Every Song on His New Album, Negro Swan.

ED KING, the Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist (and co-author of "Sweet Home Alabama") has died, aged 68.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Simon & Garfunkel's iconic folk-rock single "The Sound Of Silence."

NOW SHOWING:This weekend's wide releases include The Happytime Murders, currently scoring 27 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and A.X.L., which has not been screened for critics.

BEN AFFLECK is reportedly back in rehab after an intervention staged by Jennifer Garner.

THE BIG BANG THEORY is ending because Jim Parsons was done with it.

BOND 25: Danny Boyle quit the new Bond film weeks before filming was due to start after a reported dispute over the film's Russian villain.

ARETHA FRAMKLIN's memorial concert next week has a full roster.

BEWITCHED is getting an interracial reboot.

SUSPIRIA: The remake of Dario Argento's Italian horror masterpiece has a trailer online.

A CAT AND A MIRROR: The usual funny, with a twist at the end.

FALLING SHEEP puts a young Irishman in the hospital. Notice they do not fly so much as plummet.

A SUPER SNAKE may emerge from the Everglades.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Appeasement in Bismarck.

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