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R.E.M., Purling Hiss, Muddy Magnolias, Pop & Obachan, the Stones, RIP Area Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 07, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with R.E.M! Live at the Capital Theater, in Passaic, NJ, on June 9, 1984. Your set list includes: "Pale Blue Eyes"; "Second Guessing"; "Hyena"; "Letter Never Sent"; "Harborcoat"; "7 Chinese Brothers"; "Pretty Persuasion"; "So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)"; "Gardening At Night"; "9-9/Windout"; "Old Man Kensey"; "Sitting Still"; "Driver 8"; "Carnival Of Sorts (Boxcars)"; "Radio Free Europe"; and "Little America." BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE: "So You Want To Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star" (ft. Roger McGuinn); "Do You Believe in Magic?" (ft. John Sebastian); and "Gloria" (with Roger McGuinn).

PURLING HISS advance streams High Bias.

MUDDY MAGNOLIAS advance streams Broken People.

POP & OBACHAN advance streams Misc. Excellence.

THE ROLLING STONES drop "Just Your Fool" on Spotify ahead of Blue & Lonesome (which also features Eric Clapton).

THE SMITHS: "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want," as you've never seen it before.

FLEETWOOD MAC: Christine McVie talks to The Guardian about the band's half-finished album, the visitation she had when writing "Songbird," and growing up with a psychic mum.

TALKING HEADS: The Road to Remain In Light.

OTIS REDDING gets a meaty retrospective at Clash Music.

OASIS: The toxic legacy of Be Here Now.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are The Girl on the Train, which is currently scoring 45 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; The Birth of a Nation, currently scoring 78 percent; and Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, scoring 83 percent.

KIM KARDASHIAN reportedly will be dialing back her ostentatious displays of wealth after getting robbed in Paris.

BRANGELEXIT: Brad Pitt has reunited with his children.

JOE BUCK's hair plug addiction nearly cost him his voice and career.

SEAN PENN keeps getting older, while his girlfriends stay the same age. Thought he was Spicoli, turns out to be Wooderson.

WARREN BEATTY gives a rare interview to Vanity Fair.

ALLIED has a second trailer online.

WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES has a teaser.

JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 also has a teaser.

THAT THING YOU DO! gets a 20th birthday celebration at Entertainment Weekly.

A RESCUED KANGAROO starts each day with a hug.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT is -- as you might have guessed -- an oppressive patriarchy.

FLESH-EATING SCREWWORMS have returned to Florida, as if Florida didn't have enough to worry about.

R.I.P., AREA CAT:  He was a loyal and witty feline rescued from a dumpster as a kitten by his devoted cat mom and embraced by his adopted cat dad.  He will be sorely missed. My best thoughts and prayers to him and for his surviving family in their time of grief.

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Peter Bjorn & John, Common, Kinley, The Greys, Mama Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 06, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

EBBOT LUNDBERG, formerly of Soundtrack Of Our Lives, returns with "Backdrop People." 

PETER BJORN & JOHN -- minus John -- stopped by the WNYC Soundcheck stidio.

COMMON played a Tiny Desk Concert at the White House.

KINLEY advance streams Letters Never Sent.

THE GREYS drop a surprise second LP this year, Warm Shadow.

THEE OH SEES share "The Poem" ahead of An Odd Entrances.

GIRL RAY shares "Trouble."

THE FEELIES are "Slipping Into Something" that sounds inspired by Lou Reed.

ROD TEMPERTON, the British songwriter best known for Michael Jackson’s "Thriller" and Heatwave's "Boogie Nights," has died aged 66 following “a brief aggressive battle with cancer”.  BBC 2 once did an entire documentary on him.

PRINCE: The TODAY Show was given an exclusive sneak peek of Paisley Park.

THE RADIO DEPT talks to Brooklyn Vegan about politics, '90s techno, clashes with their label, Running Out of Love, and more.

LED ZEPPELIN III turns 46.

KIM KARDAHSIAN's robbers were caught on a shop's CCTV in a mirror before creeping past sleeping guard and escaping on push bikes.

BRANGELEXIT: Team Pitt notes Angeline and Brad reached a parenting plan, not a permanent joint custody agreement. Meanwhile, Angelina is moving to Malibu.

JACKIE, ft Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy, has a teaser trailer online.

DOCTOR STRANGE's latest sppt tends to corroborate a fan theory or two about the MCU version of the Sorcerer Supreme.

LAURA PREPON & BEN FOSTER are engaged after a whirlwind romance.

TORI SPELLING is expecting her fifth child with husband Dean McDermott.

DAVID LYNCH, ranked at Consequence of Sound.

STEPHEN KING wants you to chill about clowns, or is he just hoping they'll eat him last?

RUSSIA's Military Sophistication in the Arctic Sends Echoes of the Cold War.

A HOMELESS DOG gave birth to a litter on a Russian subway car.

A KANGAROO on the lam was caught in Indiana.

SUPER TERMITES could be invading Europe.

WHY BUY THE COW when you can kill it with a milk truck?

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case/lang/veirs, Lush, Emily Millar, Nena, Crocodile   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, October 05, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

TEGAN & SARA "Stop Desire" in their latest video. Or do they?

CASE/LANG/VEIRS stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

LUSH stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

EMILY MILLAR advance streams By Heron & By Season.

CRYSTAL FAIRY (ft members of the Melvins, At The Drive-In/Mars Volta, and Le Butcherettes) share “Drugs On The Bus.”

NENA is touring the U.S. for the very first time, 32 years after the English version of "99 Luftballons" reached No. 2 on the charts (kept from the top by Van Halen's "Jump").

WILCO: Noisey goes "Under the Covers" to show you what Yankee Hotel Foxtrot might have looked like.

CHARLES BRADLEY, soul singer extraordinaire, is battling stomach cancer. Terrible. Our best wishes to him.

THE DECEMBERISTS have crowdfunded a board game, because of course they have.

LYNDEL RHODES, 92, was all smiles as she listened to Willie Nelson’s new song. The reason? She wrote it.

KIM KARDASHIAN's robbery reeks of an inside job ... sources say that's what Paris police think.

BEN STILLER reveals he had prostate cancer to highlight the importance of testing.

BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH is the cover story for Vanity Fair.

HALLE BERRY denies having sexual relations with that man, Ric Flair.

TAYLOR SWIFT has signed a massive deal with the phone company.

TONI BRAXTON is recovering at home after being hospitalized for lupus complications.

WESTWORLD is HBO's biggest debut since True Detective.

TELEVISION'S TOP PAID ACTORS & ACTRESSES, according to Variety.

CROC vs FLIP-FLOP: Who You Got?

A HERO DOG rescued a holidaymaker’s false leg after it was washed into the sea by a freak wave.

A RARE ALBINO MOOSE, caught on camera.

THE WORLD's BIGGEST PITBULL...and a tiny chihuahua.

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Steven Malkmus & the Jicks, Hiss Golden Messenger, Zachary Lucky, Donkey   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 04, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

HOPE SANDOVAL ( and KURT VILE) dropped a video for "Let Me Get There."

STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS cover Pavement, Meat Puppets, The Stranglers, The Replacements, Eric Clapton, Echo & The Bunnymen and more at Stephen's 50th birthday party.

HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER advance streams Heart Like A Levee.

ZACHARY LUCKY advance streams Everywhere a Man Can Be. And when people say "Canadiana," I think they mean Gordon Lightfoot.

THE ORWELLS share "Buddy." A catchy 1:26.

THE MAVERICKS return with “All Over Again” ahead of All Night Live.

THE JESUS & MARY CHAIN: Of the many bands carrying the torch of the Velvet Underground, you could do worse than these Brits, with "Just Like Honey" and "Never Understand" capturing a bit of the VU's musical range for Twofer Tuesday, not to mention some Phil Spector and Brian Wilson.

CURTIS MAYFIELD: Traveling Soul: The Life of Curtis Mayfield, co-written by his son Todd, is excerpted at Rolling Stone.

ELVIS COSTELLO is having a New York renaissance. Buried in the story is that he is currently writing songs for a musical of the 1957 Elia Kazan film, A Face in the Crowd.

JENNY HVAL talks to The Record about uncertainty.

CMJ: NYC's longest-running music marathon is dead, or mostly dead?

BRANGELEXIT: Brad Pitt is "still totally crushed" from the series of events that have unfolded since his estranged wife, Angelina Jolie, filed for divorce.

DAKOTA FANNING is profiled by Town & Country.

ZOSIA MAMET married her longtime boyfriend, Evan Jonigkeit, in a private wedding ceremony in upstate New York Sunday.

BEN AFFLECK talks about The Batman and Deathstroke.

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES has a Depp-less teaser trailer online.

SHERLOCK: Is the fourth season the final season?

LUKE CAGE: Inside Marvel's hip-hop ballad of a bulletproof black man.

RUSSIA: Two U.S. officials traveling with diplomatic passports were drugged while attending a conference in Russia last year, and one of them was hospitalized, in what officials have concluded was part of a wider, escalating pattern of harassment of U.S. diplomats by Russia.

DONKEYS left their home somewhere in Arizona for some California grass.

AS DOG OWNERSHIP in China Grows by Leaps and Bounds, Chinese Are Saying ‘No' to Dog Meat.

A MASSIVE 31-LB CAT is attracting visitors at one New Hampshire hotel.

WHEN A GRIZZLY ATTACKS, TWICE: You document it on Facebook.

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Paul Simon, Drive-By Truckers, Bon Iver, Golden Retrievers   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 03, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH joins DAVID GILMOUR for a version of "Confortably Numb."

PAUL SIMON played the season premiere of Austin City Limits.

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS stopped by CBS This Morning for a chat and mini-set.

BON IVER's 22, A Million is streaming via via Spotify and Apple Music.

FLEETWOOD MAC: "Go Your Own Way," live circa 1979. Sounded great, fellas, but I coulda used a little More Cowbell

DAVID BOWIE; How the shapeshifting Starman was inspired by the dark sci-fi experiments of the space age.

GUIDED BY VOICES: Is Alien Lanes "the greatest post-modern classic rock album ever made"? I tend to think not, but it is excellent.

THE BEATLES: Revolver is getting an all-star tribute organized by...Howard Stern.

THE BEACH BOYS' Pet Sounds gets a 50th anniversary review from John Munson (Semisonic, Trip Shakespeare).

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children topped the chart with 28.5MM, a result likely disappointing for both the studio and director Tim Burton; it's result much like the debut of A Series of Unfortunate Events, which would be unfortunate for both. Deepwater Horizon placed with 20.6MM, a result even more disappointing against a budget similar to that for the Burton flick. (Note: Both of these debuts combined are less than The Martian opened with a year ago.)  The Magnificent Seven remake showed with 15.7MM on a must-be-disappointing 54 percent drop.  Storks took the fourth slot with 13.8MM on a leggier 35 percent dro, though the weak opening levaes it struggling for profit.  Sully rounded out the Top Five with 8.4MM and seems the most likely to profit of this group.

KIM KARDASHIAN was held at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room by masked men dressed as police officers. She was unharmed.

LINDSAY LOHAN lost a portion of her ring finger in a boating accident ... and the pic is horrifying.

BRANGELEXIT: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have reached a temporary custody agreement more than a week after announcing their split. Jolie will not cooperate with law enforcement if there's a move to file child abuse charges against Pitt.

FORMER POWER RANGER Ricardo Medina Jr,  charged with stabbing his California roommate to death with a sword has pleaded not guilty to murder.

DENZEL WASHINGTON strangles ARETHA FRANKLIN, but not that Denzel and not that Aretha.

WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES reveals plot details.

OSCAR BRAND,  the lanky, affable, gravelly-voiced folk singer and songwriter whose weekly on-air hootenanny was the longest-running radio show in history with a single host, died on Friday at his home in Great Neck, N.Y. He was 96. The NYT barely alludes to his more risque material, which is how I knew him.

MIGRANT CHILD BRIDES put European governments in a dilemma.

RUSSIA is involved in directing Ukrainian rebels, leaked emails show.

VENEZUELA can't pluck leaves off China's money tree anymore.

SWIMMING with 16 Golden Retrievers.

BEES land on the Endangered Species List. Some of them, anyway.

A RACCOON was not used to beat a Breathalyzer.  Or there's a cover-up ongoing.

MAN'S BEST FRIEND May Be the Flu's Worst Enemy.

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