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Aretha, White Denim, Black Lips, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, February 28, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with ARETHA FRANKLIN, Live in Stockholm, 1968! The "Lady Soul" concert was broadcast on Swedish TV, including: "There's No Business Like Show Business," "Come Back To Me," "Satisfaction," "Don't Let Me Lose This Dream," "Soul Serenade," "Night Life," "Baby I Love You," "Groovin,'" "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," "Come Back Baby," "Dr Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business)," "Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby)" "I  Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)," "Chain Of Fools," and "Respect."

WHITE DENIM visits KUTX.

THE BLACK LIPS visit KUTX.

PIGEONS PLAYING PING PONG visit World Cafe.

THE NATIONAL covers INXS's "Never Tear Us Apart."

RUFUS WAINWRIGHT shares "Damsel In Distress," partially inspired by Joni Mitchell.

 

STEPHEN MALKMUS is "Shadowbanned."

THE ALBUM ISN'T DEAD, it’s just changing shape.

BEHIND THE SONG: Carole King and Gerry Goffin, "Up on the Roof."

BONNIE McLEAN, whose colorful posters for rock shows in San Francisco in the 1960s and early ’70s helped define the psychedelic scene and have since become collector’s items, died on Feb. 4 in Newtown, Pa. She was 80.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at M's absurdly catchy deadpan synthpop wonder "Pop Muzik."

 

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include The Invisible Man, which is currently scoring 92 percent on the ol' Tomatometer, while Impractical Jokers: The Movie expands wide scoring 40 percent.

CANDYMAN, a "spiritual sequel" to the classic 1992 horror movie of the same name co-written by Jordan Peele, has a trailer online.

THE HUNT has an international trailer online.

MEGXIT: Canada will not pay for Harry & Megan's security after March.

LORI LAUGHLIN's attorney is relying on college admission scandal mastermind Rick Singer's allegation that the FBI wanted him to lie.

ROMAN POLANSKI won't attend the César awards - France's version of the Oscars - because he predicts "deplorable conditions" in which activists will gather to protest against him.

WHEN YOUR EX-BOYFRIEND starts dating Lady Gaga.

 

A WILD SEAL PUP faces his fear of the water.

FERRET MEETS DOG, falls in love.

PET SNAKE swallows an entire beach towel.

IDAHO DUPTY vs WILD TURKEYS: Who You Got?

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Jon Pratt, Soccer Mommy, The Wonder Years, Baby Monkey   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JON PRATT gets bluesy on "No Sugar," which is not a Guess Who cover.

SOCCER MOMMY visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

THE WONDER YEARS visit the Paste studio.

CAR SEAT HEADREST shares "Cool Me Down."

THE DREAM SYNDICATE tries krautrock on "The Regulator."

THROWING MUSES shares "Sun Racket."

 

PHOEBE BRIDGERS shares a video for "Garden Song."

GANG OF FOUR breaks down every track on Andy Gill's last EP.

REAL ESTATE: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

JOHN OATES, the mustachioed half of the iconic pop-rock duo Hall & Oates, isn't sure just how many women he slept with during the 70s.

BONO wasn't that supportive of his son's band Inhaler when they first formed.

 

NO TIME TO DIE: Plenty of time to run.

JOHNNY DEPP texted that he would “burn” and “drown” ex-wife Amber Heard then “f-k her burnt corpse” during their volatile relationship, a court has heard. 

INDIANA JONES 5:  Steven Spielberg is handing the directing reins to another filmmaker,

ROBERT PATTINSON has fashion regrets.

ADRIEN BRODY is dating Harvy Weinstein's ex.

THE RETURN OF THE OSCAR: An Unseeable, Unwatchable Flop.

THE TOP 15 SEINFELD EPISODES, according to Uproxx.

 

THE ST LOUIS ZOO welcomes a baby colobus monkey named Teak.

I SAID, "Stop."

A GREAT WHITE SHARK can't take a punch to the eye.

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Temples, Penelope Isles, Dave Roback RIP, Feral Hog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE FOUR TOPS: Levi Stubbs works up a sweat on live French TV, belting out a supercharged "I'll Be There."

TEMPLES, Live at Rockwood Music Hall.

PENELOPE ISLES plays KEXP.

BECCA STEVENS plays World Cafe.

THROWING MUSES share "Dark Blue."

THE MAGNETIC FIELDS shares "The Day The Politicians Died.”

 

DAVE ROBACK,a co-founder of Mazzy Star and key figure in the Los Angeles Paisley Underground scene of neo-psychedelia in the 1980s, has died at 61. The tributes pour in.

DUFFY wrote that she dropped out of the spotight after she was drugged, raped and held captive

THE B-52's KATE PIERSON shares the soundtrack of her life.

STREAMING MUSIC now comprises 80 percent of inductry revenue.

 

MEGXIT: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to attend Princess Beatrice's wedding later this year.

THE HOUSE OF MOUSE has a new CEO.

THE BACHELOR, but for senior citizens.

NO TIME TO DIE dropped a featurette online.  Phoebe Waller-Bridge talks about polishing the script.

A HISTORY OF THE MOVIE MONSTER: Cinema has always turned to the terrifying and grotesque to unmask our own twisted nature.

EVERY JOHN HUGHES MOVIE ranked by Consequence of Sound.

 

FERAL HOGS are pretty fast.

THIS DOG failed every single test thrown at him to become a service dog, hilariously.

A BABOON on the way to a vasectomy escapes with two female companions in Sydney.

HORDES OF TICKS are drinking so much moose blood in Vermont that half of calves have died.

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Jenny Lewis, Twin Peaks, Frankie Cosmos, Python Hunters   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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I WANT CANDY from The Strangeloves and a super-charged Bow Wow Wow for Twofer Tuesday.

JENNY LEWIS plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

TWIN PEAKS plays World Cafe.

FRANKIE COSMOS plays KEXP.

 

SOCCER MOMMY shares "Bloodstream."

TEARS FOR FEARS gets almost two hours of discussion and analysis on Political Beats, with guest Sean Hackbarth of the US Chamber of Commerce.

TENNIS: How Alaina and Patrick Riley survived some of the darkest months of their relationship, sailed the Sea of Cortez (again) and then made their buoyant new album.

YEASAYER are suing Kendrick Lamar and the Weeknd over a song from the Black Panther soundtrack.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Herb Alpert's flukey, 'General Hospital'-driven instrumental jazz-funk smash "Rise," a groove that will be familiar to any '90s rap fan.

 

HARVEY WEINSTEIN has been convicted on two counts, but acquitted of the most serious sex crimes in his New York sexual assault trial. He will be sentenced on March 11.

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 7 has stopped production in Venice, due to a Coronavirus outbreak in Italy.

SPIDER-MAN: Is the Sinister Six in our future?

VANESSA BRYANT sued the owner and operator of the helicopter that crashed in fog and killed Kobe Bryan and their daughter Gianna.

CHRIS EVANS is in negotiations to enter the Little Shop of Horrors; he'd be a dentist!

CHARLIE HEATON (Stranger Things) is profiled by GQ.

NETFLIX opens a window on what its viewers are watching.

 

PYTHON HUNTERS, helping save the Everglades.

A DUCK was left behind by thieves in a Birmingham shop.

PABLO ESCOBAR'S HIPPOS have bred prodigiously and they now terrorize a Colombian town.

A PET POODLE was scooped up and then dropped by a hawk in Whitehall, Allegheny County.

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New Releases, Indie Basement, Nada Surf, Things   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, February 24, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE KNACK: "Frustrated."

NEW RELEASES: Paste points you to Best Coast, King Krule, and more; Pitchfork adds Greg Dulli.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT points to Julian Cope, Spinning Coin, Capricorn One, and more.

NADA SURF plays World Cafe.

 

JAMES HETFIELD of Metallica is out of rehab and playing Eddie Money.

SUPERGRASS has always been about manic energy.

WOLF PARADE discusses their influences.

THE BEST POSTHUMOUS ALBUMS, according to Paste.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Michael Jackson's dance music masterpiece "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Sonic the Hedgehog repeats atop the chart with 26.3MM on a 55 percent drop that's not too steep considering last weekend had a holiday.  It's made almost as much overseas as domestic, which ain't bad considering China is disrupted by the coronavirus.  Call of the Wild places with 24.8MM against a reported 125-150MM budget. Ouch. Andboth of these will likely get steamrolled by Pixar in two weeks. Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey shows with 7MM on another precipitous skid of 60 percent.  Brahms: The Boy II takes the fourth slot with a 5.9MM debut, which is okay but is going to be nowhere near the return on investment of the original.  Bad Boys for Life rounds out the Top Five with another 5.86MM as it closes in on 200MM domestic.

MEGXIT: The Duke and Duchess are fuming... but won't be using the Sussex Royal brand.

KIRK DOUGLAS leaves most of his 61MM frtune to charity.

FRIENDS: The unscripted reunion is on.

QUENTIN TARANTINO and  his wife, Daniella Pick, welcome a son.

WILL ARNETT and his girlfriend, Alessandra Brawn, are expecting their first child together.

JOAQUIN PHOENIX is serving as an executive producer on Gunda, a new documentary focusing on pig sentience.

HARRISON FORD shares the secret to his happy marriage.

JON PETERS is back with the ex-fiancée he left for 12-day-marriage to Pam Anderson.

CLINT EASTWOOD dumps Trump for Bloomberg.

 

A BEAR, roaming from home to home in Monrovia.

THE SWARM: A group of firefighters and police that were responding to a bee sting were attacked by a swarm of nearly 40000 Africanized bees.

A CANDIAN CORGI's version of fetch.

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