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Caveman, Lees of Memory, Joseph, Car Seat Headrest, Black Retriever   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 23, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


ELEANOR FRIEDBERGER shares a video for “Your Word.”

CAVEMAN stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

THE LEES OF MEMORY (ex-Superdrag) streams a covers LP titled A Virtual Guided Tour: Pledge Covers.

JOSEPH advance streams I'm Alone, No You're Not.

CAR SEAT HEADREST shares “Does It Feel Good (To Say Goodbye?)

TOM JONES sung "It's Not Ununsal" and "If He Should Ever Leave You" on Canadian Idol, which opened with some great archival footage.

THE BEST 200 SONGS OF THE 1970s, according to Pitchfork.

DOLLY PARTON talks to Paste about her 43rd studio LP, her upcoming TV special, the various releases in the works in support of her foundation, and the background that built it all.

LYDIA LOVELESS talks to Noisey about the parallels between her new LP and her favorite record,The Replacements' Pleased To Meet Me (among other things).

THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH talks to Clash about his upcoming work. (Thx, LHB.)

PRINCE: Pills marked as hydrocodone that were seized from Paisley Park after Prince’s overdose death actually contained fentanyl, the powerful opioid that killed him, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.

RYAN LOCHTE: Speedo USA said today that it has decided to terminate its sponsorship of the scandalous swimmer, but USA Today finds that despite his initial exaggeration, evidence supports Lochte’s later account in which he said he thought the swimmers were being robbed when they were approached at a gas station by armed men who flashed badges, pointed guns at them and demanded money.

EDDIE MURPHY: The reclusive cator-comedian talks to THR about his hits and misses, returning in an indie drama, and more.

LINDSAY LOHAN is still wearing the engagement ring gifted to her by Egor Tarabasov.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, VOL 2 dropped some concept art.

THOR: RAGNAROK may feature a Doctor Strange reference...or something more?

DONNA WOLD, the inspiration for Charlie Brown's Little Red-Haired Girl, died Aug. 9 of heart failure and complications from diabetes. She was 87.

RUSSIA will no longer be using an Iranian air base to launch strikes over Syria, an official in Tehran told state media Monday.

EDGAR THE BLACK RETRIEVER was rescued after a week in a drain pipe.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: A militant rodent invaded a grocery store, jumped on a woman's back, and browsed the wine selection.

CAPYBARA: Florida's next animal problem?

PARASITIC WASPS are being released in Ottawa to fight the emerald ash borer, an invasive species of beetle that destroys ash trees.

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Yeasayer, Bonnie Bishop, Ryley Walker, Beach Boys, Raccoons   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 22, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


PETER BJORN & JOHN shared a video for “Dominos."

YEASAYER does some saying and some playing on World Cafe.

BONNIE BISHOP also stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

RYLEY WALKER's Golden Sings That Have Been Sung is streaming via Spotify.

THE BEACH BOYS have been Spotified by NPR for the stretch run of Summer.

FUNKADELIC: "I Got a Thing" on Upbeat in 1970. The intro and outro are almost as good as the song.

THE MONKEES: Mike Nesmith is turning up for the 50th Anniversary finale.

STEVIE WONDER: Pitchfork is filling it a back catalog of reviews on Sundays, so you younger folks may wnat to check out LPs like Songs in the Key of Life.

1966: The L.A. Times joins the list of outlets celebrating a revolutionary year in pop music.

MATT ROBERTS, the former guitarist from 3 Doors Down has died of an apparent overdose.

LOU PEARLMAN, the disgraced music impresario who launched the Backstreet Boys, NSync and other boy bands in the 1990s before being convicted of a Ponzi scheme, has died in prison at 62.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Suicide Squad three-peats atop the chart with 20.7MM, in a period historically bad for movies (and for bad movies).That was a 52 percent drop, just a few percent better than what Batman v Superman did in its third frame. Thats said, it's now likely to profit based on worldwide receipts, so this is more a disappointment than a flop.  Sausage Party repeats in second place with 15.3MM on a 55 percent drop that's probably okay for an R-rated animated comedy.  War Dogs shows with a 14.3MM debut, which is probably acceptable against a 40MM budget.  Kubo and the Two Strings takes the fourth slot with a 12.6MM debut against a 60MM budget, which means the foreign theme may have to carry it into foreign markets.  The debut of the thrice-remade Ben-Hur rounds out the Top Five with an 11.4MM debut against a 100MM budget, almost certainly in flop territory, despite backing from two studios for a faith-based production. Ouch.

TOM CRUISE: A dispute over salary with Paramount has halted preproduction on Mission: Impossible 6, multiple sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.

RYAN LOCHTE  took “full responsibility” Saturday for the incident in Rio that landed him and three other American swimmers in hot water.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY will turn up in Avengers: Infinity War, according to Vin Diesel.

LEO DiCAPRIO and NINA AGDAL got into a car accident out East on Saturday.

NORM McDONALD: Will someone give this guy a TV show?

JACK RILEY, a veteran of The Bob Newhart Show and several Mel Brooks films who also voiced a popular Rugrats character, died of pneumonia and infection in Los Angeles. He was 80.

RUSSIA: More of Kremlin’s Opponents Are Ending Up Dead.

SYRIA: Two American F-22s on patrol over Hasakah, Syria, flew within a mile of two Syrian Su-24 fighter jets and "encouraged" them to leave Friday, a US defense official told CNN.

THE UNITED NATIONS has admitted it played some role in the deadly cholera outbreak in post-earthquake Haiti.

RACCOONS were caught on camera running through Oklahoma State Capitol.

A SWARM OF OTTERS allegedly attacked two teens enjoying a summer swim in California's Shasta Lake last weekend.

A FOUR-EYED FISH was caught in Darwin’s Buffalo Creek.

A CAT was verbally abused by a Dad who mistakenly ate pot brownies.

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Sly & the Family Stone, Cass McCombs, Album Leaf, Whyless, Swimming Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 19, 2016 - 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.

CASS McCOMBS advance streams Mangy Love.

THE ALBUM LEAF advance streams Between Waves.

WHYLESS advance streams We All The Light.

TURTLENECKED streams Pure Plush Bone Cage.

LUXURY DEATH shares their debut single, " Radiator Face." Catchier than the name or title suggests.

PILOT works their "Magic" on TOTP.

KURT VILE is profiled by Slug Magazine. (Thx, LHB)

1996: When Big Indie Died a Messy Death.

EAGULLS vocalist George Mitchell talks to Drowned in Sound about touring, playing festivals, difficult second albums, and the even more arduous process of finding time to make a third.

THE BAND: Ten of Their Best.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Kubo and the Two Strings, which is currently scoring94 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; War Dogs, currently scoring 59 percent; and the latest take on Ben-Hur, scoring 28 percent.

MABER HEARD is donating her 7MM divorce payout from Johnny Depp to a number of charities with "a particular focus to stop violence against women" as well as the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, where Heard has worked as a volunteer for the past 10 years.

RYAN LOCHTE's less-than-excellent adventure: a timeline.

JARED LETO has rounded out cast of Alcon's Blade Runner sequel.


THE BRADY BUNCH's house had a break-in.

STEVEN BOCHCO's memoirs are not kind to David Caruso.

GARRY MARSHALL, belatedly eulogized by the talented Larry Miller.

WHEN GREAT ART meets Horrible Artists.

IRAN: The State Department confirmed on Thursday that the United States conditioned the release of a 400MM million cash payment to Iran on the departure of American prisoners from Tehran.

THE ISLAMIC STATE: Inside the Real US Ground War.

BUDDY THE CAT drops 10 pounds swimming. He's not excited about it tho.

INDIA'S MOST POPULAR TIGER, Machli, died Thursday at the age of 19, India's Ranthambore National Park announced.

A 400-YEAR-OLD SHARK is the world's oldest vertebrate.

SUPER-RATS "the size of possums" invade public housing in Chicago's Old Town.

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Dinosaur Jr, AJJ, Total Slacker, The Wedding Present, Squid   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 18, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


DAWES shares a video for "When The Tequila Runs Out" ahead of We're All Gonna Die.

DINOSAUR JR plays songs from Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not at World Cafe.

AJJ is streaming The Bible 2.

TOTAL SLACKER advance streams Parallels.

THE WEDDING PRESENT shares "Rachel" ahead of Going, Going…

LaBELLE: "Lady Marmalade." I coulda used a little more cowbell

BEACH SLANG: Meet the Replacements-inspired punk rockers who are ready to "bleed for you."

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN published the foreword from his forthcoming autobiography, Born to Run, on his website.

PAUL McCARTNEY is returning to Capitol Records.

WHO'S LEFT? Music Aficionado runs down the percentage of original members in classic bands.


ORLANDO BLOOM & KATY PERRY getting serious?

EVE PLUMB, who played Jan on the Brady Bunch, just pocketed 3.9MM by selling the house that she bought for just 55.3K as an 11-year-old in 1969.

TOM CRUISE reportedly has had essentially “no contact” in years with the 10-year-old daughter he shares with ex-wife Katie Holmes.

WILL SMITH speaks out about marriage counselling with Jada Pinckett Smith after their 19-year relationship hit breaking point 

ROGUE ONE's international teaser trailer reveals some major plot points for the upcoming film.

HOLY NOSTALGIA, BATMAN! The animated Return of the Caped Crusaders features the voices of Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar.

RUNAWAYS, a drama series based on the fan-favorite Marvel Comics books, is headed to Hulu.

CLUE is getting a reboot that sounds like a bad idea.

ARTHUR HILLER, director of Love Story, Silver Streak, The In-Laws, and more, died Wednesday. He was 92.

THE ISLAMIC STATE: Foreign Policy chronicles life in the capital of the Caliphate.

LIBYAN forces said on Tuesday they had taken one of the last districts in central Sirte held by Islamic State militants, battling snipers and car bombs in their campaign to recapture the entire city.

A GOOGLY-EYED PURPLE SQUID has been spotted by scientists off the coast of Southern California.

A DOG gave her life helping to save an infant in a Baltimore house fire.

AND THERE WERE COWS all over the highway.

A SHARK struggled for life while people took selfies with it.

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Local Natives, Sandy Denny, All Songs, The Verve, Tiger Cubs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 17, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


WILL BUTLER dropped a video for the title track to Friday Night, a new album of live performances that includes five new songs.

LOCAL NATIVES stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

SANDY DENNY, Live at Ebbets Field, Denver, Colorado, April 1973.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from The White Stripes, Bon Iver, Lambchop, and more highlight the latest edition.

WIRE's Colin Newman shares a demo version of “Order for Order” ahead of the reissue of his first three solo LPs.

THE VERVE shares the previously unreleased 1993 track “Shoeshine Girl."

GOAT shares “Alarms" ahead of Requiem.

SEALS & CROFT: "Summer Breeze."

REGINA SPEKTOR talks to Paste about covering George Harrison, and The Beatles generally.

TIM BURGESS (Charlatans UK) talks to Clash about Tim: Book Two, which chronicles his worldwide quest for choice vinyl records. (Thx, Frank Yang)

KATHLEEN HANNA talks about her favorite albums at The Quietus.

PSYCHIC TV's Genesis Breyer P-Orridge talks to the L.A. Times about early and new performances.

JOHNNY DEPP & AMBER HEARD have reached a settlement in their divorce case,with Heard getting 7MM.

DICK VAN DYKE treated diners at a Denny's restaurant in California to a rendition of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."

JUSTIN BIEBER's latest fling with Sofia Richie is causing a lot of drama

AMY SCHUMER offers some startling revelations from a painful past.

KEIRA KNIGHTLEY will star as the Sugar Plum Fairy in Disney’s retelling of The Nutcracker.

JOHN McLAUGHLIN, the creator, host and executive producer of the long-running Sunday political panel show The McLaughlin Group, died on Tuesday morning at the age of 89.

ARRIVAL, starring Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, and Forrest Whitaker, has a trailer online.


THE UNITED KINGDOM: Anjem Choudary, one of the most notorious hate preachers living in Britain, is facing jail after being found guilty of supporting the Islamic State.

RUSSIA launched a fleet of bombers bound for Syria on Tuesday from an Iranian air base, becoming the first foreign military to operate from Iran's soil since at least World War II.

UKRAINE says it thinks Vladimir Putin is planning a new invasion, but some experts say he is more likely seeking advantage through diplomacy than on the battlefield, at least this time around.

TIGER CUBS learning to swim.

SAMSON: NYC's fattest cat.

AN INDIAN ELEPHANT was carried to Bangladesh by raging flood waters.

A COWBOY and HORSE order tacos.

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