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Ramones, Real Estate, Brendan Benson, Cutout Bin, Jack Russell   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 10, 2012 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE RAMONES! Live at a festival in San Bernadino circa 1982.  Your setlist includes "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?", "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment," "Rock 'n' Roll High School", "I Wanna Be Sedated," "Beat on the Brat," "The KKK Took My Baby Away" and "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow,." "Chinese Rocks" and "Teenage Lobotomy."

REAL ESTATE stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

LA SERA: Vivian Girls' Katy Goodman leads her bandmates through a set of fuzzed-out pop songs from La Sera's second album, See the Light, live for KEXP.

BRENDAN BENSON stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set of new material.

THE LUMINEERS play a set from Barboza as part of the KEXP VIP Concert Series.

LAVENDER DIAMOND drops "Everybody's Heart's Breaking Now" ahead of Incorruptible Heart.

THE MONKEES: Michael Nesmith returns to the fold for a tour honoring the late Davy Jones, so I'm rolling out the TV version of "You Just May Be the One," which differs from the LP version and has more cowbell.

YEASAYER talks to Metro about The Strokes, why they will never stick to a musical genre and being inspired by Bowie.

BILL DOSS of Olivia Tremor Control, remembered by PopMatters.

M WARD: The hardest working man in indie rock. (Thx, LHB.)

COUNTING CROWS" Adam Duritz talks to Consequence of Sound about the Soft Boys and more.

CUTOUT BIN: From Frankie Valli to Bob Mould, from Queen to The Clash, from Roy Orbison to the Bay City Rollers, plus Three Dog Night, the Jesus & Mary Chain, Otis Redding, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and more -- this Friday's fortuitous finds are streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include: The Bourne Legacy, which is currently scoring 52 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; The Campaign, which is scoring 66 percent; and Hope Springs, scoring 77 percent.

KRISTEN STEWART drops out of the London On The Road premiere and her role in Cali in the wake of her cheating incident. Meanwhile, the wife of director Rupert Sanders who cheated on her with Kristen Stewart has already seen a divorce lawyer... but her goal is reconciliation.

JOAN RIVERS handcuffed herself to a shopping cart during a one-woman protest against Costco, likening the store to Nazi Germany.

GILLIAN ANDERSON & DAVID DUCHOVNY Shacking Up? The truth is out there...

KATE BOSWORTH appears to have leaked the news that she's engaged.

BEN AFFLECK may direct the Justice League movie.

ALF is headed to the big screen in the live-action/CGI mode of The Smurfs.

THE BRADY BUNCH: Where Are They Now?

THE 10 MOST INVENTIVE SHOTS in Movie History., according to WhatCulture.

LIBYA: The Transitional National Council formally relinquished power to Libya's first elected assembly.

EGYPT: The military conducted air raids in the al Arish area of the Sinai peninsula against Islamic militants. Pres Mursi sacked several top security officials, including Egypt's intelligence chief, the governor of North Sinai province, and the head of the presidential guard.

IRAN's nuclear moves are becoming harder for Israeli and US intelligence to assess, making Teheran's suspected atomic weapons drive an even more urgent matter, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said on Thursday.

JESSE the JACK RUSSELL TERRIER does more useful tricks.

BOXING KANGAROO draws crowds and critics.

A MAMMOTH DONKEY arrives at a Lincolnshire animal sanctuary.

A CHEEKY FOX rides the London Underground.

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Craig Finn, Spiritualized, Keane, Kangaroo + Lemur   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 09, 2012 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

CRAIG FINN covered "Scarlet Begonias" with members of The Dead. More indie+ Dead here.

SPIRITUALIZED played 1st Ave; you can stream the gig on demand.

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

THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH played World Cafe Live in Philly.

REBECCA GATES & THE CONSORTIUM stopped by Oregon Public Broadcasting for a chat and mini-set.

DR. HOOK & THE MEDICINE SHOW: "Cover of the Rolling Stone." A fairly deranged live version.

JENS LEKMAN tells The Line of Best Fit (among other things), "You don't get over a broken heart, you just learn to carry it gracefully".

MAXIMO PARK: Paul Smith takes The Line of Best Fit on a track-by-track tour of The National Health.

PATTERSON HOOD talks to the Charleston City Paper about his upcoming solo LP with the Downtown Rumblers. (Thx, LHB.)

DINOSAUR JR, ranked by Stereogum.

RANDY TRAVIS: Drving While Naked. Alcohol may be involved. Also, Travis threatened to shoot and kill the troopers who arrested him.

LINDSAY LOHAN will star in an upcoming Lady Gaga music video.

RUPERT SANDERS, the philandering director who cheated on his wife with Kristen Stewart, finally came face-to-face with the woman he betrayed.

GILLIAN ANDERSON adds Mark Griffiths to her ex files after six years together.

KRISTIN CAVALLARI & JAY CUTLER welcome a baby boy named Camden Jack.

STANLEY TUCCI secretly wed Emily Blunt's sister.

ON THE ROAD, with a cast including Kristen Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, Garret Hedlund, Terrence Howard, Sam Riley, Viggo Mortensen and Amy Adams, has a second trailer online.

LINCOLN: Daniel Day-Lewis looks the part in the Spielberg biopic.

YEMEN: The US killed an al Qaeda bomb maker and nine fighters in a pair of drone strikes in Baydah and Hadramout provinces.

IRAN sent diplomats to Turkey seeking help in freeing 48 Iranians seized by Syrian rebels. Iran said it would hold the US responsible for the fate of the prisoners.

PAKISTAN denied reports that it would be launching a joint operation with the US against militants in North Waziristan.

AFGHANISTAN: In the midst of a rash of assassinations and attacks on supply trucks across Afghanistan, it seems insurgents are employing a new weapon some American war veterans will recognize: sticky bombs.

 

A KANGAROO and LEMUR play tag.

CATCAMS reveal a secret world of slaughter.

A SEAGULL accompanies a Washington State Patrol trooper on a call.

A BABY SIAMING GIBBON debuts at an Israeli zoo.

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Dirty Projectors, Alabama Shakes, Capt. Beefheart, Dog + Kid   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 08, 2012 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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TOM WAITS drops "Hell Broke Luce" as a video from Bad As Me. Keith Richards, Lord of the Undead, plays on this one, iirc.

DIRTY PROJECTORS stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

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

BLIND PILOT, now a sextet, energized their catchy, charmingly delicate folk-pop at Newport 2012.

CAPTAIN BEEFHEART: Hoboism.

J GEILS is suing the band for plotting to perform without him. A reminder that "Love Stinks."

LIARS talk to Drowned in Sound about using computer software for the first time, the need to keep on challenging themselves as artists, and what prompted them to let some guy wrap them head-to-toe in cellophane and bundled them into a transit van.

MY MORNING JACKET: Jim James talks to Westword about plating the tweets, deep vintage cuts and more... (Thx, Chromewaves.)

BAND OF HORSES: Ben Bridwell talks to SPIN about recording Mirage Rock with Glyn Johns.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN gets dissed for being too political at... The New Republic? I did not see that coming.

ROBERT PATTINSON will give a live TV interview on GMA on August 15th. Think he'll be asked about Kristen Stewart cheating? Rupert Sanders is desperately trying to save his marriage, but wife Liberty Ross surfaced without her wedding ring in L.A. on Monday.

NATALIE PORTMAN Wedding Pictures.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE is negotiating a 10 million dollar payday for the Huinger Games sequel.

JOHNNY DEPP: Single and ready to mingle... at Pink Taco.

THE GREAT GATSBY moves from Christmas 2012 to Summer 2013. Ruh-roh. This was supposed to be Oscars-bait.

THE AVENGERS 2: Joss Whedon returns as director... and will be involved in a live-action TV show set in the Marvel Universe.

ELTON JOHN rips MADONNA again.

MARVIN HAMLISCH, who composed or arranged the scores for dozens of movies including "The Sting" and the Broadway smash "A Chorus Line," has died in Los Angeles after a brief illness. He was 68.

THE UNITED STATES: The New York State Department of Financial Services charged that the British bank Standard Chartered laundered 0 billion for the Iranian government between 2001 and 2010, using its New York branch as a front for the prohibited transactions.

SPAIN: Questions are being raised about whether two Russians held on terror charges in Spain were planning to launch airborne attacks on paragliders.

IRAN: New intelligence information obtained by Israel and four Western countries indicates that Iran has made greater progress on developing components for its nuclear weapons program than the West had previously realized, according to Western diplomats and Israeli officials who are closely involved in efforts to prevent Iran from building a nuclear bomb.

DOG & KID scratch each other's backs...Mass hysteria!

A KITTEN is lucky to be alive after struggling for 20 days before being saved from the brink of death by a Greensburg woman.

BELLA MAE the BULLDOG: Attacked by a rogue porcupine. Dinsdale!

A DROWNING TORTOISE received the kiss of life.

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New Releases, Sigur Ros, Beth Orton, Bob Mould, Canine vs Crow   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 07, 2012 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE JESUS & MARY CHAIN brings JESSICA PARE (Mad Men) onstage for "Sometimes Always" and "Just Like Honey" in time for Twofer Tuesday.

NEW RELEASES from Niki & the Dove, Birdy, Rev. Peyton's Big Darn Band, The Orwells and more are streaming this week at Spinner.

SIGUR ROS played Celebrate Brooklyn's Prospect Park concert series; you can stream the whole gig on demand.

ARCHIE POWELL & THE EXPORTS bring their Chicago-based power pop to World Cafe.

BETH ORTON played a Tiny Desk Concert of new material at the offices of NPR.

BOB MOULD drops "The Descent" ahead of Silver Age... and it has the classic Mould sound.

INTERPOL's Paul Banks drops "The Base" as a solo track.

THE CHESTERFIELD KINGS cover the Moving Sidewalks' "99th Floor" (introed by Martha Quinn) and psych up even more on "Sunrise (Turn On)" for Twofer Tuesday.

WILCO: John Stirratt talks to Columbus Alive about Wilco's career trajectory, the process of assembling a good setlist, the various arms of the band's empire and a friend in need who happens to live right here in Columbus. Be sure to read to the end for information about Stirratt's buddy Bobby Sutliff (The Windbreakers), who was recently hospitalized after a car accident. (Thx, LHB.)

THE SHINS: James Mercer talks to the WSJ about Lollapalooza, Port of Morrow, Garden State,and more...

MOUNTAIN GOATS: John Darnielle talks to Rolling Stone about the upcoming LP, self-destruction, and more...

MORRISSEY blasts the Olympics for reasons other than tape-delayed coverage.

ROBERT PATTINSON hits a watering hole near Reese Witherspoon's vacation home in the latest installment of the Kristen Stewart cheating saga.

AMANDA BYNES is accused of yet another hit-and-run incident.

PAM ANDERSON is swearing off men for the "all-star" Dancing with the Stars.

SNOOP DOGG changes his name to Snoop Lion.

TED beats THE DARK KNIGHT RISES overseas?

ZOOEY DESCHANEL: The New Girl was caught canoodling on camera with her new boy, Jamie Linden.

PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN's 10 Best Performances, according to Paste.

YEMENI officials said that al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula still has a strong presence in much of Abyan province, and security forces are spread too thin.

IRAN tested a new longer-range version of its Fateh-110 ballistic missile. Iran plans to take its government offices offline in order to defend against cyberattacks.

AFGHANISTAN: Infighting between two Taliban factions left eight militants dead, including three local commanders, and injured 10 others. Some Taliban survivors of the clash later defected to the Afghan government.

IRAQ: Eleven members of al Qaeda in Iraq were caught while attempting to escape from the Abu Ghraib prison. Iraq's oil pipeline through Turkey was shut down after a blast in Turkey.

CANINE vs CROW: Who you got?

A CHIHUAHUA is being hailed as a hero after authorities say it sniffed out two girls who were lost in a Georgia forest.

WASPS & HORNETS may be the secret to the wonderful complex aroma and flavor of wine.

BOA in the BATHROOM: I Just Can't Stop It.

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Django Django, Walkmen, Velvet Underground, Maru's Olympics   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 06, 2012 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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SONNY & THE SUNSETS "Pretend You Love Me" to start our week.

DJANGO DJANGO is streaming their self-titled debut.

THE WALKMEN played a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND: Psychedelic Sounds From the Gymnasium.

KELLY HOGAN stopped by Sound Opinions to sing numbers from her new solo record, I Like to Keep Myself in Pain.

GRIZZLY BEAR drops a new track called "Yet Again."

BACHMAN-TURNER OVERDRIVE: "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet."  Because it's summer. Plus, cowbell.

DINOSAUR JR: J Mascis talks to The Guardian about being rock's least loquacious talker, the merits of free dental care, and whether his band Dinosaur Jr were the Chuck Berry to Nirvana's Beatles. ALSO: Stereogum ranks the band's catalog.

JEFF the BROTHERHOOD's Jamin Orrall talks to The A.V. Club about pizza, The Beatles, and sex.

M WARD shuffles his iPod for The A.V. Club.

JIMMY CLIFF talks to All Things Considered about Rebirth and the nature of success. 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Dark Knight Rises for a threepeat at the cinema with 36.4 million. That's on a much more reasonable drop of 41 percent than last weekend when the Olympics Opened.  This finale of Nolan's trilogy still trails The Dark Knight, which was as propelled by the death of Heath Ledger as this one seems harmed by the Aurora, CO theater shooting.  The Total Recall reboot places with 26 million, just barely beating to orignal's 25.5 million debut in 1990. Ouch.  Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days shows with 14 million, well below the earlier entries in this series, which made 22-24 million in their debuts. Ice Age: Continental Drift comes in fourth with 8.4 million; this will be the worst outing of this franchise here, but thes do so well worldwide that another is almost inevitable.  The Watch rounds out the Top 5 with 6.4 million on a 50 percent steep-for-comedy drop as this heads for red ink.

KRISTEN STEWART, staying with a movie producer is reportedly crying her eyes out non-stop and not showering in the aftermath of her fling with married director Rupert Sanders, whose wife reportedly has not seen him since the affair was revealed.

NATALIE PORTMAN and Benjamin Millepied got hitched in a Jewish ceremony at a private home near Big Sur, CA.

JOHN TRAVOLTA denied sexually assaulting a cruise ship worker in a new court filing.

LINDSAY LOHAN & CHARLIE SHEEN may make Scary Move 5 actually scary.

STEVIE WONDER filed for divorce from his wife of 11 years, fashion designer Kai Millard Morris.

ELLEN PAGE claims a crazed fan has been terrorizing her on Twitter - sending her multiple death threats.

THE FIRST ATOMIC BOMB WAS DROPPED ON HIROSHIMA 67 years ago today. The act that ushered in the nuclear age, but also helped end World War II, still stokes controversy. Three men involved in the attack o­n Hiroshima share their memories with the BBC. Film showing the effects of the attack was classified for decades, as were the complete (unredacted) "Magic" military intercepts, which tend to show Japan was not about to surrender. Those interested in a relatively neutral view of the events leading to the bombing could do worse than 1995's Hiroshima, a joint Canadian-Japanese production for Showtime.

GERMANY: Prosecutors accused a German man, "Thomas U.," of belonging to an Islamist terror group and assisting in an attack on a military base in Afghanistan in 2009.

EGYPT: The House of Fatwa announced this week that devout Muslims should not eat or drink in public places during daylight hours as a sign of respect to those fasting for the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

IRAQ: Thirty-four Iraqis were killed in a series of insurgent attacks throughout the country over two days. The targets included security forces, Awakening militiamen, government workers, and civilians.

MARU the BOX CAT returns with her own Olympics.

AN 11-YEAR-OLD CHEETAH broke her previous world record for the 100-meter dash and set a new best time of 5.95 seconds.

THE SWARM delayed a flight at Pittsburgh International Airport.

WHAT'S THAT, LASSIE? A fawn has fallen down a manhole?

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