MADNESS: "It Must Be Love."
NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Beabadoobee, Jeremy Ivey, Matt Berninger and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Kevin Morby, Osees, The Damned, and more.
TOM PETTY: The expanded version of Wildflowers is on streaming services.
STURGILL SIMPSON has surprise-released a new double album, Cuttin' Grass Vol 1 - The Butcher Shoppe Sessions.
ELVIS COSTELLO shares "Newspaper Pane."
THE HOLD STEADY shares the previously unreleased “Separate Vacations.”
LANA DEL REY shares "Let Me Love You Like a Woman."
TALKING HEADS: Jerry Harrison talks Remain in Light at 40.
THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH, ranked by Paste.
BOB BIGGS, who founded Los Angeles independent label Slash Records, has died after a long illness. He was 74. (Slash had interest in Pate's demo back in the day.)
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Paul Young's slick adult-contempo soul cover of Daryl Hall and John Oates' "Everytime You Go Away."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE? Honest Thief debuts atop the chart with 3.7MM. War with Grandpa places with 2.5MM on a 31 percent drop. Tenet shows with another 1.6MM on a 24 percent drop, crossing the 50MM line domestically, and 334MM worldwide.
WARNER BROS. & UNIVERSAL have no plans to buy out theater chains.
AMC is offering rentals for an entire theater starting at 99 bucks.
LILY JAMES canceled a planned appearance on the “Today” show after being pictured cavorting with married co-star Dominic West.
THE MANDALORIAN: Pedro Pascal and Jon Favreau on the Future of the Newest ‘Star Wars' Franchise.
NO TIME TO DIE: Daniel Craig devised the trick of using 8400 gallons of Coca-Cola to make a cobbled street less slippery for a motorbike stunt.
MENA SUVARI and husband Michael Hope will welcome their first child, a son, next spring.
ARMIE HAMMER is asking a judge to order him joint custody of his two children with estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, after the actor claims she isn't returning to L.A. from the Cayman Islands with the kids.
DOCTOR STRANGE 2: Xochitl Gomez is going from The Baby-Sitters Club to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
REQUIEM FOR A DREAM: An Oral History.
RHONDA FLEMING, the red-haired actress who became a popular sex symbol in Hollywood westerns, film noir and adventure movies of the 1940s and ’50s, died on Wednesday in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 97.
A TORTOISE, living the dream.
FUNGIE THE DOLPHIN has been missing for over five days now.
MAKIL, an abducted lemur, has been returned safely to the SF Zoo.