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Kurt Vile, Margaert Glaspy, Craters, Slant, Ali Beletic, Stone Roses, Kangaroo   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

KURT VILE stopped by CBS This Morning for a chat and mini-set.

MARGARET GLASPY advance streams Emotions And Math.

CRATERS advance stream the Kids Can Tell EP.

SLANT advance streams Going By.

ALI BELETIC advance streams Legends Of These Lands Lost.

STONE ROSES share a "Beautiful Thing."

THE NASHVILLE TEENS, with a stompin' cover of "Tobacco Road."

PAUL McCARTNEY talks songwriting on the All Songs +1 podcast.

ROD STEWART has been awarded a knighthood in a list of honours to mark Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday announced by Buckingham Palace Friday.

WYE OAK's Jenn Wasner talks to the Village Voice about the duo's new surpsise LP, Tween.

A BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN SHOW makes you feel like the best version of yourself.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:  The Conjuring 2 tops the chart with 40.4MM, which means it should make a profit in theatres if it comes anywhere close to the original's global sales, despite doubling the original's budget to 40MM. Warcraft places with 24.4MM, which looks like a bomb against a 160MM budget... but it's taken in a massive 261.8MM in overseas markets already, so maybe not.  Now You See Me 2 shows with 23MM against a reported 90MM budget, placing it in the ranks of so many underperforming sequels this year. You know, like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, which skidded 58 percent to take 14.8MM in the fouth slot. And X-Men: Apocalypse, which rounds out the Top Five with 10MM on a 56 percent drop; although I thought it was alright, it may end up the second-lowest grossing installment of the series (First Class, which is ironically one of the better installments).

CHRISTINA GRIMME, who starred in NBC's “The Voice,” died early Saturday after a gunman shot her following a performance in Florida.

AMBER HEARD wants restraint, not money, from Johnny Depp ... so say people connected to the actress.

JUSTIN BIEBER's recent erratic behavior reportedly has some worried that he is headed toward a breakdown.

BOBBY BROWN claims he kicked Janet Jackson out of a hotel room after sex.

STAR WARS & STAR TREK...and economics.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA: A gunman who opened fire at a gay nightclub in Florida early Sunday, shooting over 100 people, had called 911 moments before to pledge allegiance to the leader of ISIS.

IRAQ: Two suicide attacks in and around Baghdad on Thursday killed at least 31 people and wounded dozens, officials said.

AFGHANISTAN: The Defense Department on Thursday canceled an announcement to reveal changes in the U.S. military operation in Afghanistan to increase the ability to attack Taliban targets, several officials familiar with the effort told CNN.

SYRIA: The U.S. military bombed a Syrian rebel unit it had trained and equipped in a friendly-fire incident in late May.

KANGAROOS, man, whaddaya gonna do?

SNAKE in an Arkansas dashboard.

A FISH...trapped in a jellyfish.

THE SNEEZING GALAPAGOS LIZARDS are the only lizards in the world to adapt to a marine lifestyle. But you're really more interested in the sneezing, yes?

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Bangles, case/lang/veirs/, Mogwai, Low Anthem, Bruce Hornsby, Monkey   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, June 10, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

... with THE BANGLES!  There's no better way to start than with these live takes on "Hero Takes A Fall"  and Kimberley Rew's "Goin' Down To Liverpool" for Dave in 1984. It was that sort of rawk (and the hotness of Susanna Hoffs) that got Prince to give them "Manic Monday," their first mainstream hit, from the A Different Light album, which included Jules Shear's "If She Knew What She Wants," Alex Chilton's "September Gurls," and -- inevitably -- Liam Sternberg's "Walk Like An Egyptian."  Nevertheless, their fondness for the genres of the mid-60s was still evident in their take on Simon & Garfunkel's "Hazy Shade of Winter" for the Less Than Zero soundtrack, and the psych-garage-bubblegum of "In Your Room" on the Everything album, which yielded their final No.1 hit, "Eternal Flame."  The draw from the 60s is a constant I saw them in a club, on a big stage and in a club again -- the last time was at a House of Blues, where they covered the We Five's "You Were On My Mind."  However, I'll confess that I put off featuring the band for about a bit, until the Susanna Hoffs solo cover of Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin' Love" popped back up on the Tube after an absence. That woman knows how to shake her tambourine.

CASE/LANG/VEIRS advance streams case/lang/veirs.

MOGWAI advance streams Atomic.

THE LOW ANTHEM advance streams Eyeland.

BRUCE HORNSBY & THE NOISEMAKERS advance streams Rehab Reunion.

THE CLASH AT DEMONHEAD covers Metric's "Black Sheep." I remember when Envy was Nat -- and most people hadn't heard of Brie Larsen.

PAUL McCARTNEY talks to Rolling Stone about revisiting his decades-spanning catalog, both live and in a new compilation.

THE DUKE SPIRIT's Leila Moss gives Drowned In Sound a track-by-track tour of KIN.

THE GO-BETWEENS: Ten of Their Best.

THE BEST of 2016 (So Far), according to SPIN.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Warcraft, which is currently scoring 22 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; The Conjuring 2, which is scoring 67 percent; and Now You See Me 2, scoring 40 percent.

JUSTIN BIEBER got into an all-out street brawl with a guy much bigger than him Wednesday night in Cleveland.

BOBBY BROWN claims WHITNEY HOUSTON had a secret same-sex romance with her best friend and assistant, Robyn Crawford.

GINNIFER GOODWIN & JOSH DALLAS,  Snow White and Prince Charming on ABC's Once Upon a Time, have welcomed their second child.

MILEY CYRUS & LIAM HEMSWORTH are getting married on a beach? Sometime?

FULLER HOUSE may have been a network-level hit for Netflix.

THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST 2: Mel Gibson and writer Randall Wallace are working on a sequel to The Passion of the Christ that will tell the story of the resurrection of Jesus, Wallace tells THR.

A MONKEY knocked out Kenyas' power grid.

SHEEP rampage after their shepherd falls asleep.

A QUEENSLAND FROG run over by a lawnmower was airlifted to a hospital for recovery.

A SEAGULL turns orange after falling into a vat of curry.

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Jayhawks, Bon Iver, Starflyer 59, Teenage Fanclub, French Bulldogs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, June 09, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JOHN DOE gets "A Little Help" from Chan Marshall.

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

BON IVER performs at the Sydney Opera House.

STARFLYER 59 advance streams Slow.

TEENAGE FANCLUB shared "I'm In Love" on the BBC.

AGES AND AGES drop “They Want More” ahead of Something to Ruin.

CARL DOUGLAS, with the classic "Kung Fu Fighting."

THE  HOLD STEADY: Craig Finn talks to Salon about their breakthrough 2006 album Boys and Girls, and the last decade of music.

THE WHO has found a Sell Out it doesn't like.

THE 20 BEST FOLK ALBUMS, according to NME.

THE BEST OF 2016 (So Far), according to The Guardian.

AMBER HEARD's friend iO Tillett Wright is corroborating her accusations that Johnny Depp was physically abusive towards her during their 15-month marriage, without mentioning either of them.

DANIEL RADCLIFFE reveals why he probably won't see Harry Potter And The Cursed Child.

AQUAMAN director James Wan downplayed reports of a WB shakeup behind the scenes of the DC Extended Universe.

DAKOTA JOHNSON and Matthew Hitt have broken up after almost two years of dating.

BEN AFFLECK & JENNIFER GARNER aren't reconciling.

AMBER ROSE & WIZ KHALIFA celebrated their divorce Monday night at a strip club.

BRISTOL PALIN married her on-again, off-again beau, Dakota Meyer.

THERESA SALDANA, known for movies including Raging Bull and nominated for a Golden Globe for her work on TV’s The Commish, has died after an illness, according to a family member. She was 61.

PAKISTAN: A mom has been arrested after her newly married daughter was burned and fatally strangled in Pakistan's second-largest city, in an apparent "honor killing."

NORTH KOREA has restarted production of plutonium fuel, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Tuesday, showing that it plans to pursue its nuclear weapons program in defiance of international sanctions.

ISLAMIC STATE fighters withdrew from frontlines with Syrian rebel forces north of Aleppo on Wednesday as they mounted a counter attack against the jihadist group near the Turkish border, an opposition source and monitoring group said.

FRENCH BULLDOGS play with balloons.

KAYA, a German Shepherd, may be the most influential lobbyist on Capitol Hill.

A FLORIDA GATOR was found with a body in its mouth.

THE SWARM: A trailer carrying bees overturned on I-85 North in Charlotte, NC, near the Gaston-Mecklenburg county line, blocking three lanes of traffic and causing delays through the area.

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Gotobeds, Mumblr, Still Parade, All Songs, Descendants, Sleigh Bells, Siriemas   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, June 08, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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COURTNEY BARNETT covers The Lemonheads' “Paid To Smile” on CBC Radio 2’s The Strombo Show.

GOTOBEDS advance streams Blood / Sugar / Secs / Traffic.

MUMBLR advance streams The Never Ending Get Down.

STILL PARADE advance streams Concrete Vision.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: New tracks from Angel Olsen, Paperhaus, and bed. highlight the latest edition.

THE DESCENDANTS return with “Victim Of Me” ahead of Hypercaffium Spazzinate.

SLEIGH BELLS are back with “Rule Number One.”

THE CREATION:  "Making Time." The same old song (but a good one).

BETH ORTON: Kidsticks and California Dreaming.

AXL ROSE is demanding that Google remove the now infamous photos of his sweaty, rounder-than-usual face from a 2010 concert now associated with the “fat Axl Rose” meme from their search engines.

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson, whose hearing issues forced him to leave during the band's Rock or Bust tour, has issued a statement on his treatment

SPEEDY ORTIZ:  Sadie Dupuis talks to Stereogum about her budding interest in astrology, which Whole Foods locations are superior to others, and her updated Song Of The Summer pick. Sadie Dupuis about her budding interest in astrology, which Whole Foods locations are superior to others, and her updated Song Of The Summer pick.

AMBER HEARD — who claims she was the victim of domestic violence by husband Johnny Depp — was herself arrested for domestic violence against her then-domestic partner, according to TMZ. Meanwhile, a computer forensic consultant claims the contents of Heard's alleged text exchange with Depp's assistant that claims to show a history of abuse was authentic.

TOM CRUISE  hasn’t seen his daughter Suri in nearly three years because the Church of Scientology forbids its members from associating with nonbelievers,according to Page Six.

NASHVILLE canceled by the alphabet network, looks to be picked up by CMT.

SACHA BARON COHEN is attached to star and produce Mandrake the Magician, an adaptation of the classic comic strip set up at Warner Bros.

CONRAD HILTON has been sentenced to two months behind bars for violating his parole.

JUDD APATOW's filmography, ranked by Vulture.

THE UNITED NATIONS: Aid workers have unearthed the remains of 12 people who they say were murdered by international peacekeepers in the Central African Republic in 2014.

EGYPT'S anti-corruption czar is to stand trial in Cairo for estimating how much endemic graft had cost his country.

A SIRIEMA mistakes a golf ball for an egg, or perhaps some shellfish.

ELECTRIC EELS can spring out of the water and administer powerful electric shocks to would-be predators. I'm working on a SyFy script now.

GENETICALLY-MODIFIED MICE may be deployed against Lyme disease in Nantucket.

THE CINCINNATI ZOO reopened its Gorilla World exhibit on Tuesday, June 7, ten days after the death of the 17-year-old gorilla Harambe. There's a new barrier in place.

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The Kills, Amy Klein, Yung, Deerhoof, Urge Overkill, Husky   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, June 07, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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IGGY POP dropped a video for "American Valhalla."

THE KILLS performed at Apogee Studios for Morning Becomes Eclectic.

AMY KLEIN (Titus Andronicus) advance streams Fire.

YUNG advance streams A Youthful Dream.

DEERHOOF shares an “Acceptance Speech” ahead of The Magic.

URGE OVERKILL: Their killer '93 single "Sister Havana" and their even more famous cover of Neil Diamond's "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" are your Twofer Tuesday.

ABBA briefly reunited for a performance at their 50th anniversary party.

THE REPLACEMENTS: Author Bob Mehr talks to The A.V. Club about Trouble Boys.

THE POSIES: Ken Stringfellow talks to the Tri-City Herald about the band's new album, Solid States. (Thx, LHB.)

WILL OLDHAM, a/k/a Bonnie "Prince" Billy, talks to Salon about his creative processes in music and film.

AMBER HEARD has had a “consultation” with renowned feminist lawyer Gloria Allred's California firm Allred Maroko Goldberg.

RICHARD SIMMONS is speaking out after his hospitalization for dehydration over the weekend. 

PACIFIC RIM 2 lands Star Wars: The Force Awakens star John Boyega for the lead role.

HILARY SWANK called off her engagement to former professional tennis player Ruben Torres. 

DAN ACKROYD was briefly hospitalized for a minor stomach ailment. Maybe he saw a test screening of the Ghostbusters reboot.

THE PLAYBOY MANSION will be bought by the next-door neighbor.

PETER SHAFFER, the British playwrightwho won an Oscar for Amadeus and wrote Equus, has died at the age of 90.

A HUSKY, blowing bubbles.

HUMAN-PIG HYBRIDS could develop into monsters with human brains.

DID A PARROT hear a murder victim's final words?

BEER FOR DOGS: The bottles may contain something better than alcohol.

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