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Father John Misty, Slutever, In Tall Buildings, Krill, Copy Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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CHARLI XCX reels off a new wave cover of Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off." 

FATHER JOHN MISTY streams I Love You, Honeybear.

SLUTEVER advance streams their Almost Famous EP.

IN TALL BUILDINGS advance streams Driver.

KRILL advance streams A Distant Fist Unclenching.

THE MINUS 5 drops “The History You Hate" --with Jeff Tweedy sitting in alongside Scott McCaughey and Peter Buck--ahead of Dungeon Golds.

THE GO! TEAM drops "Blowtorch" ahead of The Scene Between.

LORD HURON drops "Fool For Love" ahead of Strange Trails.

MORRIS DAY and the HAIM played "Jungle Love" for Kimmel.

BELLE & SEBASTIAN: Stuart Murdoch talks to Cool Hunting about the band's new record, the duplicity of naming influences and being a working musician in 2015. (Thx, Frank Yang.)

THE JESUS & MARY CHAIN will likely record a new album.

KATHLEEN HANNA talks to the A.V. Club about buffalo chicken, Destiny's Child, and the sketchy things she did to McDonald's apple pies.

THE REPLACEMENTS hit the road for the first time since 1991.

JON STEWART is leaving The Daily Show. Was Jimmy Fallon getting too close?

BRIAN WILLIAMS is leaving the NBC Nightly News for six months (at least).

BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN, despite rumors, will not be taken off life support on the third anniversary of her mother Whitney Houston's death.

SHIRLEY MANSON: Garbage's frontwoman turned Kanye West's post-Grammys rant against him.

JOHN LEGEND defended Kanye West's Grammy antics, then backpedalled.

LEONARDO DiCAPRIO was spotted making out with a model in front of ex-fling Rhianna.

JENNIFER CARPENTER & SETH AVETT are expecting.

JUSTIN BIEBER has been taking lots of anger management classes recently but he hasn't done a single hour of community service because of a soccer injury.

UKRAINE: Rockets killed more than 10 civilians and soldiers deep in Ukrainian government-held territory on Tuesday and rebels pushed on with an assault on an army-held rail junction, setbacks that showed Kiev's position worsening on the eve of peace talks.

THE ISLAMIC STATE: Kayla Jean Mueller, an American aid worker captured in northern Syria in 2013. is dead, according to the Islamic State.

YEMEN: The United States is closing its embassy in Yemen amid political deadlock and deteriorating security conditions after the takeover of the country by Shiite rebels, two U.S. officials said.

JORDAN has deployed "thousands" of troops at its border with Iraq as it ramps up a campaign against ISIS militants who set a pilot ablaze, two Jordanian government officials told NBC News on Tuesday.

SYRIA receives “information” about air strikes by the US-led coalition against the Islamic State, President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview published on Tuesday.

COPY CAT learns dog tricks.

BATS take their revenge on Ozzy Osbourne.

A CURIOUS LIZARD goes Peeping Tom on some frogs.

WASPS use facial recognition to identify intruders.

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The Mavericks, Phosphorescent, A Place to Bury Strangers, Owls   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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BOB MOULD reportedly shook the rafters of the Ed Sullivan Theater with “Tomorrow Morning” and “Kid With A Crooked Face.” Twofer Tuesday.

THE MAVERICKS advance stream Mono.

PHOSPHORESCENT advance streams Live At The Music Hall.

A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS advance streams Transfixiation.

GRUFF RHYS: The Aquarium Drunkard session.

PEZ BAND play "Baby It's Cold Outside" and "Close Your Eyes" at last year's Brooklyn Power Pop Fest.

ST. VINCENT's Grammy acceptance letter.

MARK EITZEL talked to Aquarium Drunkard about Everclear, the first in an ongoing series that will highlight a number of albums from his career.

WEEZER: Rivers Cuomo talks to Pitchfork about the soundtrack of his life.

JOHN PAUL YOUNG: The Guardian essays his hit, "Love Is in the Air."  I once put it on a Summer Mix, because the local roller rink used to play it when I was a kid. The original version is not widely available (by internet standards), as it turns out.

BECK took the high road on KANYE WEST's Grammys diss, as 'Ye found his backpedal in motion.

SCARLETT JOHANSSON is Nobody's Baby.

BRUCE JENNER has lawyered up in the wake of Saturday's fatal car crash, in an investigation that will make its way to the L.A. County District Attorney's Office.

JOHNNY DEPP & AMBER HEARD Wedding Photos.

BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN and Nick Gordon's violent relationship was well known among their friends ... and sources tell us it was fueled by jealousy — but not the kind you'd expect.

CHARLES MANSON's engagement to a woman 53 years his junior was part of a wild scheme of hers to profit by putting his body on public display after his death, says the author of an upcoming book.

SPIDER-MAN swings into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as Marvel Sudios shuffles its schedule to make way for the web-slinger.

ED SABOL, the founder of NFL Films and  instrumental in creating the mythology of the league, died at 98.

UKRAINE's economy is collapsing?

JORDAN announced it has carried out dozens of air strikes on the Islamic State group, as a top US envoy said Iraqi troops would begin a major ground offensive against the jihadists in the weeks ahead.

SYRIA: The US-led coalition conducted three airstrikes near near Kobani, Deir al-Zor and Raqqa in the past day. Kurdish forces have recaptured more than a third of villages ("128 of some 350") surrounding Kobane.

LIBYA: Pro-government forces launched a new offensive to take Benghazi from Islamist militias; more than 40 people have been killed and dozens injured. The country's warring parties will resume UN-sponsored peace talks today.

TWO OWLS have a dance-off? Nah, there's a clear winner.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: A militant rodent intercepts a pine cone at the one-yard line.

TWO LOST DOGS rescued from a sheet of ice floating down a river have learned nothing from the experience.

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: A mutant pig with a penis on its forehead.

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Jose Gonzalez, Pops Staples, Six Organs, Oscar   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, February 09, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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J MASCIS --and Fred Armisen--played "Every Mornng" and Mazzy Star's "Fade Into You" for Seth Meyers.

JOSE GONZALEZ advance streams Vestiges & Claws.

POPS STAPLES advance streams the posthumous Don't Lose This.

SIX ORGANS OF ADMITTANCE advance streams Hexadic.

THE DWARVES stream The Dwarves Invented Rock & Roll. (NSFW).

KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND: "Boogie Shoes," on AB.

BOB DYLAN used his MusicCares tribute address to both hail supporters like Jimi Hendirx and Johnny Cash, and to take aim at his early detractors like Merle Haggard and the songwriting duo of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.

JAY REATARD: Pitchfork surveys his lost legacy, five years after an untimely death.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: PopMatters surveys his first seven albums. I love this observation about The River: "And like all great and debated double LPs, it’s the messier and (debatably) less successful bits that bestow an extra staying power, not unlike the way that fat makes for a well-marbled slab of steak."

DON LETTS:  The 59-year-old film director, DJ and musician on Punk, his pet ferret, and how Bob Marley tried to pull his girlfriends.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water tops the chart with 56 million against a 74 million budget.  That's much better than the 2004 SpongeBob movie's 32 million opening.  American Sniper, the prior champ, places with 24.2 million with a leggy 21 percent drop, suggesting Clint will continue to add to his 350 million in worldwide receipts through the Oscars.  The movie has now outearned all the other Best Picture nominees combined  The debut of Jupiter Ascending shows with a mere 19 million against a 176 million budget (some reports have it topping 200 million); at some point, Hollywood will realize the Wachowskis have many more bombs than hits on their resume. The debut of Seventh Son comes in fourth with a mere 7.1 million against a reported 95 million budget (with some reports higher). That might seem like as big a bomb as Jupiter Ascending, until you notice Seventh Son has 82 million in foreign receipts, due in part to the productions biz relationship with the Chinese government.  It remains to be see whether Jupiter Ascending can do biz overseas.  Paddington rounds out the Top Five with another 5.4 million, and over 200 million in worldwide receipts.

THE GRAMMY AWARDS went to these folks.  The highlight? Maybe a tie between Annie Lennox and people asking "Who is Beck?" on Twitter after he beat Beyonce. Good to see ELO also.

THE BAFTAS went to these folks.

BRUCE JENNER was involved in a horrific car accident on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu at around noon Saturday, one person is dead, and it looks like Bruce caused the accident. He volunteered to go to the hospital to have his blood drawn for blood alcohol testing. The L.A. County Sheriff's Dept. will get a search warrant to determine if he was texting at the time he slammed into a car, causing the driver to die. A photo sggests he was smoking, not texting.

BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN: There is an active criminal investigation underway, centering on possible foul play and the target is her boyfriend.

BRIAN WILLIAMS decided on his own to step aside from his NBC newscast for several days; reports conflict over whether he's under an internal investigation.

ROSIE O' DONNELL is leaving The View and her wife

CHARLIE SHEEN: Back for the Two and a Half Men finale?

RICHARD BONEHILL, an expert swordsman and horseman who played Nien, Nunb, a stormtrooper, Rebel soldier and many other characters in the Star Wars universe, has died. He was 67.

YEMEN: The Houthi rebels in Yemen, who effectively forced the country's president and cabinet to resign last month, announced on Friday that they intended to dissolve Parliament and take control of the country, which does not now have a functioning government.

THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES says it will send a squadron of F-16 aircraft to Jordan to support an intense program of air strikes against Islamic State militants.

ISLAMIC STATE terrorists are selling abducted Iraqi children at markets as sex slaves, and killing other youth, including by crucifixion or burying them alive.

OSCAR Loves Bubbles.

A BOA CONSTRICTOR is on the lam at Castleton State college in Vermont.

A STOLEN KITTEN was returned with an apology note.

A BABY ORANGUTAN was born in Berlin.

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The Clash, Belle & Sebastian, Billy Idol, Rick James, Death, Boxer Pup   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, February 06, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE CLASH! Although Saturday Night Live polices clips turning up o­n the Internet, we have its long defunct imitator, Fridays, to thank for these April 1980 high-octane performances of "London Calling" and "Train In Vain," followed by equally powerful takes o­n "The Guns of Brixton" and "The Clampdown."

BELLE & SEBASTIAN brought an evening of infectious pop to an intimate crowd at Apogee Studios for Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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

WOLF ALICE made their US debut on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

I'M RICK JAMES: 15 Hours Of The Funk Supernova's Best Songs.

DEATH drops “Look At Your Life,” ahead of N.E.W., their first LP since the 70s.

MADNESS: "One... Step... Beyond."

UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA: Rubian Nielson does a Q & A with Stereogum. Includes the title track to Multi-Love.

CARL BARAT: As his new band the Jackals prepare to release their raucous first album, the Libertine talks to The Guardian about writing songs with Pete Doherty in Thailand, playing a rock star on screen and keeping off the whisky.

GARY GLITTER was found guilty of historical sex abuse against three young girls between 1975 and 1980.

LEONARD COHEN's "HALLELUJAH": 60 versions, ranked by Newsweek.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, which is currently scoring 69 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Jupiter Ascending, which is scoring 27 percent; and Seventh Son, scoring 6 percent. Dude.

BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN: On Wednesday, four days after the 21-year-old was found unresponsive in her home, a doctor told her family that nothing more could be done. "Everyone is coming to the hospital to say goodbye," says a family member.

BRIAN WILLIAMS: Soldiers had tried to alert the media about the anchorman's false Iraq war story for years.  Williams had been counseled in the past by senior NBC News executives to stop telling the story in public. Tom Brokaw wants him fired.

THE SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT COVER, just in time for Gratuious Friday.

BRUCE JENNER kept Kris Jenner in the dark over his sex change until their family meeting several weeks back.

ASHLEE SIMPSON and Evan Ross are having a girl.

JIMMY FALLON's Saved By The Bell reunion, icymi.

FIFTY SADES OF GREY, banned in Malaysia. Shocka.

AMY PASCAL, co-chair of Sony Pictures Entertainment, is stepping down, pushed out as a result of the hack....not that there weren't other reasons.

THE ISLAMIC STATE is officially the richest terrorist group in existence.

SAUDI ARABIA: New claims of pre-9/11 Al Qaeda ties prompt renewed calls to declassify 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission Report. The Saudi government has also said it favored making the 28 pages public because that would make it easier to refute what it said were unfounded allegations.

SYRIA: The Syrian government has launched dozens of air strikes on several rebel-held areas around Damascus, killing at least 76 people after the fighters shelled the capital in a rare move, activists say.

A BOXER PUPPY learns to howl. And snort.

AIR CHIEF MARHALL FOO FOO, the Thai crown prince's poodle, has been cremated.

AFTER THE PIG ate all of his marijuana, a furious Ohio man went on a drinking binge that resulted in his bust Saturday for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

A PYGMY GOAT on the lam in NJ is in good health, but still without a home.

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The Clash, Belle & Sebastian, Billy Idol, Rick James, Death, Boxer Pup   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, February 06, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE CLASH! Although Saturday Night Live polices clips turning up o­n the Internet, we have its long defunct imitator, Fridays, to thank for these April 1980 high-octane performances of "London Calling" and "Train In Vain," followed by equally powerful takes o­n "The Guns of Brixton" and "The Clampdown."

BELLE & SEBASTIAN brought an evening of infectious pop to an intimate crowd at Apogee Studios for Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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

WOLF ALICE made their US debut on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

I'M RICK JAMES: 15 Hours Of The Funk Supernova's Best Songs.

DEATH drops “Look At Your Life,” ahead of N.E.W., their first LP since the 70s.

MADNESS: "One... Step... Beyond."

UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA: Rubian Nielson does a Q & A with Stereogum. Includes the title track to Multi-Love.

CARL BARAT: As his new band the Jackals prepare to release their raucous first album, the Libertine talks to The Guardian about writing songs with Pete Doherty in Thailand, playing a rock star on screen and keeping off the whisky.

GARY GLITTER was found guilty of historical sex abuse against three young girls between 1975 and 1980.

LEONARD COHEN's "HALLELUJAH": 60 versions, ranked by Newsweek.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, which is currently scoring 69 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Jupiter Ascending, which is scoring 27 percent; and Seventh Son, scoring 6 percent. Dude.

BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN: On Wednesday, four days after the 21-year-old was found unresponsive in her home, a doctor told her family that nothing more could be done. "Everyone is coming to the hospital to say goodbye," says a family member.

BRIAN WILLIAMS: Soldiers had tried to alert the media about the anchorman's false Iraq war story for years.  Williams had been counseled in the past by senior NBC News executives to stop telling the story in public. Tom Brokaw wants him fired.

THE SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT COVER, just in time for Gratuious Friday.

BRUCE JENNER kept Kris Jenner in the dark over his sex change until their family meeting several weeks back.

ASHLEE SIMPSON and Evan Ross are having a girl.

JIMMY FALLON's Saved By The Bell reunion, icymi.

FIFTY SADES OF GREY, banned in Malaysia. Shocka.

AMY PASCAL, co-chair of Sony Pictures Entertainment, is stepping down, pushed out as a result of the hack....not that there weren't other reasons.

THE ISLAMIC STATE is officially the richest terrorist group in existence.

SAUDI ARABIA: New claims of pre-9/11 Al Qaeda ties prompt renewed calls to declassify 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission Report. The Saudi government has also said it favored making the 28 pages public because that would make it easier to refute what it said were unfounded allegations.

SYRIA: The Syrian government has launched dozens of air strikes on several rebel-held areas around Damascus, killing at least 76 people after the fighters shelled the capital in a rare move, activists say.

A BOXER PUPPY learns to howl. And snort.

AIR CHIEF MARHALL FOO FOO, the Thai crown prince's poodle, has been cremated.

AFTER THE PIG ate all of his marijuana, a furious Ohio man went on a drinking binge that resulted in his bust Saturday for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

A PYGMY GOAT on the lam in NJ is in good health, but still without a home.

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