THE MONKEES: The TV version of "You Just May Be the One," which differs from the LP version and has more cowbell.
NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to beabadoobie, black midi, Goon, and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Working Men's Club, ARP, Interpol, and more.
CHARLIE CROCKETT shares "I'm Just a Clown."
ELF POWER discusses the influences on their new album.
PINK FLOYD's Roger Waters dissed Drake and The Weeknd.
PAUL RYDER, bassist and co-founder of iconic Manchester group Happy Mondays (and brother of lead singer Shaun Ryder), has died. He was 58.
WILLIAM HART, lead singer of Philly soul greats The Delfonics, has died. He was 77.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at "Wild Wild West," the goofy movie theme that Will Smith made with Dru Hill and Kool Me Dee, and at the strange history of end-credits novelty-raps that summarize the movie you just finished watching.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Thor: Love and Thunder repeats atop the chart with 46MM, but that's on a 68 percent drop, which is (iirc) the second-biggest such drop in the MCU. Minions: Rise of Gru places with 26MM, crushing animated competition from Paws of Fury. Where the Crawdads Sings shows with 17MM, a pretty slid debut for this type offilm. Below the fold, Top Gun: Maverick rakes in another 23MM on another leggy 23 percent drop, and Elvis crosses the 100MM mark.
BENNIFER got hitched in Vegas.
RICKY MARTIN's alleged domestic violence accuser is his 21-year-old nephew ... and now the pop star, who denies the charges, is reportedly staring down the possibility of a half-century behind bars.
MEGXIT: A fame-obsessed Meghan Markle was convinced by husband Prince Harry and her Hollywood team that she could be as beloved as Princess Diana, according to a new book.
CHRIS EVANS is looking for a partner.
THE IDOL, starring The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp, has a trailer online.
JOE DANTE, the director of Gremlins, has hit out at The Mandalorian for "shamelessly" copying Gizmo to create Baby Yoda.
WILL FERRELL, ranked by Variety.
MARK FLEISCHMANN, former owner of Studio 54, has died by assisted suicide in Switzerland.
EMMANUEL THE EMU wants to be the star at Knuckle Bump Farms, but he's got some competition. He took a victory lap after blowing up online.
AN ELEPHANT CALF & MOM were rescued from a pit in Thailand.
AN ELK sidles up for a musician in Colorado.