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Handsome Family, Jamie Lidell, Corinne Bailey Rae, Puppy vs Lion Cubs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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HAR MAR SUPERSTAR plays Prince's "When You Were Mine" for The A.V. Club Undercover.

THE HANDSOME FAMILY, best known for True Detective Seaaon One, is streaming Unseen.

JAMIE LIDELL & THE ROYAL PHARAOHS perform on WNYC Soundcheck.

CORINNE BAILEY RAE played a Tiny Desk Concert.

WARPAINT shares "Whiteout" ahead of Heads Up.

STEELY DAN: "Josie" and "My Old School" for Twofer Tuesday. (Thx for the suggestion, Jay.)

COURTNEY BARNETT talks to NME about her next album.

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS: Patterson Hood gets political with Consequence of Sound.

THE FEELIES: Glenn Mercer talks to Impose about the band's 40th anniversary and upcoming album.

JON WURSTER, indie drummer exraordinaire, is profiled at Pulse. (Thx, LHB.)

TOM HIDDLESTON is still friends with Taylor Swift, but is flirting with Priyanka Chopra.

JUSTIN BIEBER and Sofia Richie's relationship has fizzled.

ANTHONY MICHAEL HALL is being investigated for allegedly attacking his neighbor, leaving the man with a broken wrist and hurt back.

JIM CARREY is being sued for wrongful death.

JURASSIC PARK 2 may be one of the most expensive movies evah.

BLAIR WITCH's writer and director took their poor box office pretty well.

STAR WARS :EPISODE VIII RUMORS, collected at Uproxx.

NEW YORK: Ahmad Rahami, the naturalized 28-year-old native of Afghanistan hunted in connection with a series of bombings in New York City and New Jersey over the weekend, was taken into custody Monday after a gun battle with police that left two officers wounded, officials said.  In two separate cases, thieves snatching bags from city streets and train stations inadvertently helped law enforcement get the upper hand.

IRAN: The United States made at least two separate payments to the Iranian government via wire transfer within the last 14 months, a Treasury Department spokesman confirmed Saturday, contradicting explanations from President Barack Obama that such payments were impossible.

PUPPY vs LION CUBS: Who You Got?

A DEER crashed through the window at a Tim Hortons location in Kitchener, clearly jonesing for some maple donuts.

CAT SCRATCH FEVER: Cuddling a kitten be dangerous to your health.

KISSING CHICKENS is also a bad idea.

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Dawes, Head and the Heart, Touche Amore, Bob Weir, Two Kittens   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 19, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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MIKE DOUGHTY shares "I Cant Believe I Found You in This Town."

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

THE HEAD AND THE HEART play a set at City Winery for WFUV.

TOUCHE AMORE streams Stage Four.

BOB WEIR shares "Lay My Lily Down" ahead of Blue Mountain.

THE PRIMITONS play "Seeing Is Believing" at an in-store appearance from 1985.  Proof positive that the Internet makes the "Where Are They Now?" file bottomless.  Background at Trouser Press.

THE CURE's former drummer, Lol Tolhurst, talks about  his new memoir, the band's early punk inspirations, and why he's glad he didn't win his lawsuit against them.

FROM DAVE GROHL to RINGO STARR: The the secrets of star drummers.

THE SUMMER OF '76: Punk, Disco, and Silly Love Songs.

DON BUCHLA, the groundbreaking synthesizer inventor, has died age 79. Coincidentally, you can see and hear his modular synths in this new edition of All Songs TV.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:  Sully repeated atop the chart with 22MM on a leggy 37 percent drop, easily defeating two attempted franchise revivivals and the latest from Oliver Stone.  Blair Witch placed with 9.7MM, which is likely disappointing even  against a 5MM budget.  Bridget Jones's Baby showed with a meager 8.2MM against a 35MM budge; even another 29MM overseas may not be enough to save this one. Snowden debuted in the fourth slot with 8MM, Oliver Stone's worst opening since U-Turn. Don't Breathe rounded out the Top Five with another 5.6MM on away-leggy-for-horror 32 percent drop, having grossed over 75MM so far against a 9.9MM budget.

COREY FELDMAN delivered a strange musical performance on the Today show, then freaked out that the reaction.

BILL MURRAY tended bar at his son's place over the weekend.

THE EMMY AWARDS went to these folks.

TOM CRUISE is on the verge of closing his deal to return to the Mission: Impossible franchise, after proteracted salary negotiations delayed preproduction of the sixth installment.

RENEE ZELLWEGER is profiled in the L.A. Times.

MEL GIBSON is expecting his ninth child.

BELLA THORNE was caught canoodling with Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey.

EDWARD ALBEE, whose slashing play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? shocked Broadway in 1962 and has since become a classic of American literature, died in his sleep Friday at his home in Montauk at 88.

NEW YORK: The FBI took five people with possible links to the Chelsea explosion into custody Sunday night in Brooklyn as authorities shut down a busy New Jersey rail station where reports of a bomb was being investigated, police and New Jersey officials said.

SYRIA: International inspectors find gaping holes in Syria's chemical weapons declarations, raising concern that Assad may have hidden some of his deadliest warfare agents. This is my shocked face. The United States and Russia said on Friday they wanted to extend the four-day-old ceasefire in Syria they have co-sponsored, although the agreement looked increasingly shaky, undermined by increasing violence and a failure to deliver aid. This is also my shocked face.

TWO KITTENS ENTER, One Kitten Leaves.

45 THOUSAND HORSES were saved by public outcry over a government proposal to eithanize them to control overgrazing.

A COW WITH NO NAME becomes an internet sensation.

SHEEP RUSTLERS were nabbed in the West Midlands.

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T. Rex, Beach Slang, Flock of Dimes, Dwight Yoakum, Leithauser+Rostam, Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 16, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with T.REX! Marc Bolan died on September 17, 1977, so here's a few items off the beaten path, like this working version of "Get It On (Bang A Gong)," which is a little nsfw toward the end.  French TV is the source for live clips of "Hot Love," "Cadillac," "Telegram Sam" and "Jeepster" circa 1972, as well as "Ride A White Swan" from 1970. The band's "Baby Strange" later found its way into Big Star's setlists.  Still, "20th Century Boy" may be my favorite track from the band. Wanna go deeper? Check out the documentary, The Story Of Marc Bolan & T.Rex.

BEACH SLANG advance streams A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings.

FLOCK OF DIMES: Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak advance streams If You See Me, Say Yes.

DWIGHT YOAKUM advance streams Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars...

HAMILTON LEITHAUSER + ROSTAM advance stream I Had A Dream That You Were Mine.

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS share "Filthy and Fried" ahead of American Band. Terrific.

ALMOST FAMOUS: Elton John. "Tiny Dancer." Because.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: The Guardian reviews the previously unreleased tracks coming on Chapter and Verse.

GILLIAN WELCH's Noble Pursuit of Greatness.

WILCO: Nels Cline talks to Salon about the band's chemistry, Schmilco and how long he waited to learn all the band's "baggage."

BILLY RITCHIE: The Father of Prog Rock?

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are: Blair Witch, which is currently scoring 45 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Bridget Jones's Baby, currently scoring 81 percent; and Snowden, scorning 59 percent. 

TAYLOR SWIFT and...Zac Efron? Dunno about that.

DIANE KRUGER & GARRETT HEDLUND, otoh, may be a thing

MADONNA & GUY RITCHIE's custody battle may have come to an end, but the exes' relationship rearing their son seems as contentious as ever.

PAM ANDERSON tells her son not to use those stupid dating apps.

DOCTOR STRANGE drops a behind-the-scenes featurette.

LONDON TOWN, a film about The Clash ft Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Joe Strummer, has a trailer online.

ROME: The Show That Died So That Game Of Thrones Might Live.

A CAT rides a Roomba like a Boss.

INSIDE THE DEADLY RHINO HORN TRADE: Here's how a pair of South Africans could undermine the international efforts to protect the vulnerable animals.

SNAKE IN A DISHWASHER: I know it's serious.

A MISSING DOG may face danger because it looks like a raccoon.

HARAMBE McHARAMBEFACE turned out to be Hoaxy McFakeface.

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Billy Bragg + Joe Henry, River Whyless, Dwight Yoakum, La Sera, Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 15, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

LED ZEPPELIN dropped a video for the "lost" version of “What Is And What Should Never Be” from The Complete BBC Sessions.

BILLY BRAGG & JOE HENRY made a whistlestop at the World Cafe.

RIVER WHYLESS also stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

SUN JACKET advance streams Mantra.

DWIGHT YOAKUM shares a honky-tonk version of Prince's "Purple Rain."

LA SERA shares "Queens," the title track of an upcoming EP. Oh, yeah.

THE LAST SHADOW PUPPETS are "Standing Next to Me."

DAVID BOWIE: How Scary Monsters made avant-rock into pop.

ANGEL OLSEN talks to All Things Considered about whether you have to happy to sing a happy song.

THE WRENS: Charlie Bissell's cancer is in remission. Huzzah!

MY FAVORITE SINGERS Who Can't Really Sing All That Well, If We're Being Honest. I had a discussion like this with one of my closest friends circa 1987, when he asked why I liked the bands I did as opposed to say, Rick Astley.  I explained that while there is always something to be said for technically honed talent, there was also something to be said for an authentic performance of strong material by someone who lacked the physical vocal talent.

RYAN SEACREST & ADRIANA LIMA, contra reports, aren't dating; she's seeing New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman.

GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON are planning a low-key wedding by year's end.

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE "absolutely" would collaborate with Britney Spears.

SHARON OSBOURNE had a "complete and utter breakdown" last year.

MANDY MOORE talks about life after her divorce from musician Ryan Adams.

KELSEY GRAMMER and wife Kayte Walsh are expecting a third child.

SOFIA VERGARA is the highest-paid TV actress, according to the latest Forbes list.

SEAN LENNON has been ordered to remove a 70-year-old treethat was bothering Marisa Tomei’s parents.

U.S. INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES are expanding spying operations against Russia on a greater scale than at any time since the end of the Cold War.

THE ISLAMIC STATE claimed credit for an attack in Kenya, which would be a first.

A CAT high-fives a cyclist.

DUKE, a 9-year-old Great Pyrenees, won re-election as mayor of a small Minnesota town.

DIEGO THE TORTOISE: He's over 100 years old, but his sex life is the stuff of legend.

THE WORLD's LARGEST RODENT, as a household pet.

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Local Natives, Secret Sisters, Joseph, 3 Cats and a Bird   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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TWIN PEAKS dropped a video for "Holding Roses."

LOCAL NATIVES stopped by WFUV's Studio A to talk about and play us some of their new songs.

THE SECRET SISTERS play a Tiny Desk Concert.

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

BIG JESUS shares “Oneirica" ahead of Oneiric.

BIG COUNTRY are "In a Big Country". But how big?

ALL 314 SPRINGSTEEN SONGS, ranked by Vulture.

BILLY BRAGG and JOE HENRY list their favorite traveling songs.

CYMBALS EAT GUITARS singer Joe D’Agostino and bassist Matt Whipple talk to Brooklyn Vegan to discuss Pretty Years.

THE LONG RYDERS become the latest of The Guardian's Cult Heroes.

ALEC & HILARIA BALDWIN welcomed their third child, and second son.

RICKY SCHROEDER is getting divorced by his wife.

RON HOWARD talks about his documentary, Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years.

THE TOXIC AVENGER is headed for a remake.

HEAT: Michael Mann, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro participated in a panel on the classic crime epic.

ALAN MOORE, the author of Watchmen, V for Vendetta and The Killing Joke plans to retire from comics and focus on film and literary work.

A BIRD, THREE CATS, and a Guest.

A BABY ORANGUTAN was born at the National Zoo.

A BABY GORILLA is named Harambe McHarambeface.

PARROT FEVER! Don't catch it.

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