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Neil Diamond, Zombies, Django Django, Cutout Bin, Ducklings   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, April 05, 2013 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with NEIL DIAMOND! There are two types of people, you know.  But here's Neil on the Beeb in 1971.  Your set list: "Sweet Caroline," "Solitary Man," "Cracklin' Rosie," some chatter, "Done Too Soon," "A Modern Day Version Of Love," "He Aint' Heavy (He's My Brother)," "Holly Holy," "I Am I Said," and "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show."

THE ZOMBIES play an exhilarating set of their old favorites as well as a couple new songs from their newest album "Breathe Out, Breathe In" live on KEXP from Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop in Austin, TX, during SXSW 2013.

DJANGO DJANGO stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

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

YEAH YEAH YEAHS advance stream Mosquito.

M83 is streaming their soundtrack to the next Tom Cruise flick, Oblivion.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED:Tracks from Charles Bradley, Olauf Arnalds, Junip and more.

DOBIE GRAY is in with "The In Crowd."

BELINDA CARLISLE talks about her career in the Go-Gos and beyond at Spinner

THE MARY ONETTES talk to Magnet about exploring their cheesy 80s side. (Thx, Chromewaves)

18 LPs (AND ONE SINGLE) that doomed bands.

27 SOLO LPs that sent musicians scurrying back to their main bands.

CUTOUT BIN: From Prince to the Melvins, from Van Halen to Chris Issak, from the Mountain Goats to The Specials, plus Eddie & the Hot Rods, the Minutemen, Only Ones, Meat Puppets and more -- this Friday's fortuitous finds are streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are: the reboot of Evil Dead, which is currently scoring 65 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; andthe 3-D conversion of Jurassic Park, scoring 90 percent.

ROGER EBERT: The balcony closes at 70.

LENA HEADLEY (Queen Cersei from “Game of Thrones”) claims she's got less than five bucks in her bank account.

HEIDI KLUM talks about saving her 7-year-old son and two nannies from the strong undertow of the Pacific Ocean on her Hawaiian vacation.

CHRISTOPHER ABBOTT  — who plays Allison Williams' boyfriend Charlie on Lena Dunham's HBO series “Girls” — has abruptly left the show.

NATALIE WOOD may have walked in on Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken shortly before her drowning death, according to the ever-reliable National Enquirer.

THE 21 BEST HEIST MOVIES, according to Paste, not me.

THE NETHERLANDS: Some 150 Dutch young people of Moroccan origin are said to have gone to Syria to fight. The government has raised the terrorist threat level to 'substantial' due to concerns about jihadists returning from conflict zones, and estimated that nearly 100 people had recently left the Netherlands for jihad.

ALGERIA: The army has launched its biggest offensive so far this year against al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, arresting a senior commander and several fighters who were planning to execute suicide attacks in Ghardaia.

LIBYA: On a visit to Libya, US Senator John McCain dismissed rumors that the US plans to put troops on the ground to help with security, but said the US would help with training and equipment if so requested by the Libyan government.

SYRIA is sending members of its irregular militias for guerrilla combat training at a secret base in Iran, in a move to bolster its armed forces drained by two years of fighting and defections, fighters and activists said.

DUCKLINGS leave the nest... in slo-mo.

A NEWLY-DISCOVERED TARANTULA as big as your face.

GUINEA PIGS: They're what's for dinner.

A GOAT ON THE LAM hits a bar in Montana.

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Dawes, Rilo Kiley, OMD, Richard & Linda Thompson, Anteater   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, April 04, 2013 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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FRONTIER RUCKUS plays Third Eye Blind's "Semi-Charmed Life" for the A.V. Club Undercover.

DAWES advance streams Stories Don't End.

RILO KILEY advance streams RKives.

ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVERS IN THE DARK advance streams English Electric.

RICHARD & LINDA THOMPSON, Live in London, May 1, 1977.

HUSKER DU: Studio Outtakes.

FREE ENERGY drops a B-side, "Wild Life."

LOU BARLOW drops "Crack And Emerge" from a new 7″ series from Joyful Noise.

AM & SHAWN LEE cover Joe Jackson's "Steppin' Out."

IKE & TINA TURNER: "River Deep, Mountain High," live and de-Spectorized.

PHOENIX vocalist Thomas Mars and guitarist Christian Mazzalai talk to Stereogum at length about how Brankrupt! came to be.

THAO NGUYEN talks to PopMatters about We The Common.

PEARL JAM's Paul MacReady talks to PopMatters about Mad Season and PJ's mid-90s turmoil.

10 BRILLIANTLY SHAMBOLIC GUITAR SOLOS, according to NME.

PUBLIC IMAGE LTD's 1978 debut album First Issue will get its first official release in North America.

JIMMY FALLON will take over “The Tonight Show” in Spring 2014, and Jay Leno will end his run as the host of the show. Leno blesses the plan.

RICHIE SAMBORA left the Bon Jovi tour over “personal issues,” but that may be code for a war that's exploded between the gutiarist and the singer.

JUSTIN BEIBER has been spinning out of control over losing Selena Gomez. Also, he has four weeks to reclaim his monkey.

KHLOE KARDASHIAN & LAMAR ODOM are being accused by ESPN of running a questionable cancer charity.  Odom responds.

P DIDDY was SWATted.

JEREMY IRONS has a very odd question about same-sex marriage.

NORTH KOREA said today it had "ratified" an attack on the US involving possibly a "diversified nuclear strike."

SYRIA: Rebel forces seized a military base near Daraa after days of heavy fighting.

LEBANESE Hezbollah downplayed the likelihood of unrest as the country's political instability worsens following the resignation of the government last month.

IRAQ: Insurgents killed an Awakening leader and two family members in Kirkuk.

A BABY ANTEATER learns to walk.

THE SWARM: A truck carrying a half billion bees overturned in Oregon, prompting an army of local bee handlers to come buzzing to the rescue.

FEMALE OCTOPUSES stretch further.

A DUCK GENITALIA RESEARCHER wants the world to know she's no quack after her work has come under fire for receiving federal funding.

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Wavves, Besnard Lakes, Chelsea Light Moving, Prince, Sea Lion   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, April 03, 2013 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THEE OH SEES unleash the "Minotaur" in a Python-esque clip.

BESNARD LAKES is advance streaming Until In Excess, Imperceptible UFO.

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

PALMA VIOLETS play a set of punk-inspired rock tunes from their debut full-length, "180" live on KEXP from Mellow Johnny's in Austin, TX during SXSW 2013.

CHELSEA LIGHT MOVING: Thurston Moore's new band display their alternative/experimental hybrid rock style in a live set of songs from their self-titled debut, live on KEXP from Mellow Johnny's in Austin, TX.

PRINCE: You sooooo want to hear the crunchy 2013 remake of "Let's Go Crazy," while you can.

THE SMOKING POPES: "Need You Around," for a little Chicago flavor.

RICHARD HELL talks to Pitchfork about his candid new autobiography, what he wants on his tombstone, and more.

TONY VISCONTI talks to the NYT about lying for David Bowie and how rock ’n’ roll is like Dixieland jazz now... plus John Lennon, Morrissey and more.

THE 10 BEST STROKES SONGS, according to Stereogum.

REVEALED: The stories behind 25 Rolling Stones classics

ANGELINA JOLIE opened an all-girls' school in Afghanistan, with more to come.

LINDSAY LOHAN's lawyer gave a list of potential residential treatment facilities to prosecutors last week for their review.

AMY POEHLER was spotted out on a date with actor and comedian Nick Kroll.

HALLE BERRY restrained Olivier Martinez during a dust-up with photogs.

COLIN HANKS is expecting a second child with wife Samantha Bryant.

JENNIFER GARNER talks to The Telegraph about Ben Affleck's gossip-fuelling Oscars speech, why her career has taken a back seat to his (until now) and how she dealt with being stalked for seven years.

EMMA WATSON is the cover of GQ UK.

THE NETHERLANDS: Four Dutch suspects, two men aged 21 and 35 and two women aged 33 and 52, faced charges of "attempting to transfer, possession or use of a toxic substance, possibly sarin." The only suspect named is "Islam A.," a Dutch-Turkish citizen.

MALI: The European Union's Military Training Mission has begun training the country's estimated 6000 soldiers.

LEBANON: State-run media reported that Salafist cleric Sheikh Salem al-Rafehi escaped an assassination attempt as he was leaving al-Taqwa Mosque in Tripoli; an MP is urging his supporters not to be "dragged into strife" by the incident.

AFGHANISTAN: President Karzai said Taliban emir Mullah Omar can run for president.

IRAQ: The government executed four al Qaeda operatives, including Manaf al Rawi, the former emir for Baghdad.

RONAN the SEA LION is the first non-human mammal proven to be able to "keep the beat" with music.

ROCKY THE LABRADOR saves his owner and a young girl from a freezing river.

HUGO THE BULLDOG sleeps and plays with little white lion Igor and white Bengal tiger, Ice, who he has adopted as pups of his own. Mass hysteria!

THE LIVE LIZARD EATER of Kamphaeng Phet.

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New Releases, Wolf Eyes, Milk Music, Robyn Hitchcock, Raccoon & Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, April 02, 2013 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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GUARDS get a head start on summer in the video for "Ready To Go."

NEW RELEASES from Cold War Kids, Alkaline Trio, Kopecky Family Band and more stream this week via Spinner.

WOLF EYES is advance streaming No Answer: Lower Floors.

MILK MUSIC is advance streaming Cruise Your Illusion.

ROBYN HITCHCOCK plays a set of songs old and new live on KEXP from Mellow Johnny's in Austin, TX during SXSW 2013.

THE MOODY BLUES "Ride My Seesaw" on French TV for Twofer "Tuesday Afternoon."

KURT VILE talks to The Guardian about driving a forklift and recording Wakin On A Pretty Daze.

MARVIN GAYE, remembered by ex-wife Janis, on the 29th anniversary of his shooting.

LOLLAPALOOZA 2013: The almost-certain lineup leaks.

PAUL WILLIAMS, founder of Crawdaddy!, the first American music magazine to take "rock" music seriously, died last week at 64.

LINDSAY LOHAN's lawyer is scoffing at a report the actress agreed to rehab only if the facility allowed her to take Adderall. But will she find a place that allows it?

CORY MONTEITH, who stars as Finn Hudson on the Fox series Glee, has checked into rehab.

RYAN GOSLING flipped out at a photog who called galpal Eva Mendes "Baby."

HEIDI KLUM rescued her son from drowning.

SHAIN GANDEE, one of the stars of MTV's “Buckwild” reality show was discovered dead in a vehicle along with two others in Sissonville, West Virginia. He was 21. Sources close to the death investigation say it's likely Shain died from carbon monoxide poisoning.

ORLANDO BLOOM and Tony Award nominee Condola Rashad will be the star-crossed lovers of an interrarcial Broadway revival of Romeo and Juliet.

YEMEN: Protesters gathered outside of the US Embassy in Sana'a to call for the release of more than 90 Yemenis being held at Guantanamo for links to al Qaeda.

LIBYA: A senior assistant to Prime Minister Zeidan was kidnapped at a checkpoint outside Tripoli.

MOROCCO: Some 30000 protesters in Rabat called for the downfall of the government of Islamist prime minister Abdel Ilah bin Kiran. The protest was organized by two of the largest labor unions and focused on unemployment, the economy, and human rights.

IRAQ: An al Qaeda suicide bomber rammed a truck packed with explosives into a police station in Tikrit, killing nine Iraqis.

AFGHANISTAN: Top ISAF commander General Dunford said conditions in Afghanistan are not yet such that "al Qaeda and other international extremist groups will not be able to conduct attacks on the West."

RACCOON & CAT: Not quite mass hysteria.

A COCKATOO skates on noise charges.

RALPH THE RABBIT reclaimed his crown as the world's fattest Easter bunny.

A GERMAN FLEA CIRCUS was wiped out by freezing weather.

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Charles Bradley, Kurt Vile, Villagers, Phil Ramone RIP, Capybara   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, April 01, 2013 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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PHOSPHORESCENT drops a "Song For Zula" video.

CHARLES BRADLEY advance streams Victim of Love.

KURT VILE advance streams Wakin' On A Pretty Daze.

VILLAGERS advance stream {Awayland}.

THE WATERBOYS: Mike Scott and fiddler Steve Wickham tell WNYC Soundcheck about An Appointment With Mister Yeats and play live.

YEAH YEAH YEAHS drop "Under The Earth" ahead of Mosquito, in conjunction with a NYT magazine profile.

IRON & WINE covers Stepen Foster's “Hard Times Come Again No More” for Copper, a BBC America show about a 19th century New York detective.

HUSKER DU covers The Beatles' "Ticket to Ride," circa 1985.

TOMMY STINSON talks to TIME about Songs for Slim, Guns N’ Roses, and whether he and Paul Westerberg are ever getting the old band back together.

FREDDIE MERCURY's lover, Mary Austin, got his millions and kept the whereabouts of his ashes secret, but has been crelly attacked by jealous rivals and abandoned by Mercury's bandmates.

PHIL RAMONE, the innovative producer of music by the likes of Bob Dylan, Gloria Estefan, Billy Joel, Elton John, B.B. King, Madonna, Paul McCartney, George Michael, Luciano Pavarotti, Paul Simon, Frank Sinatra, Rod Stewart and Liza Minnelli, to name just a few, has died. That Phil Ramone was a musical force in the recording studio is undeniable, and the evidence lies in the range of his accomplishments. For example, within one three-year period in the early 1960s, Ramone mixed Lesley Gore's smash hit "It's My Party," recorded Marilyn Monroe seducing President John F. Kennedy in song on his birthday and engineered essential double-quartet recordings by jazz innovators Ornette Coleman and Eric Dolphy.

ROBERT ZILDJIAN, cymbal mastermind and founder of musical cymbal manufacturer Sabian Inc., has died. He was 89 years old.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:G.I. Joe Retaliation tops the chart with 41 million (and 51 million including Thursday) -- slightly less less than the 54 million debut of the 1st Joe flick, but maybe not terrible for a movie dumped on Easter weekend, depending on overseas receipts.  The Croods place with 26.5 million a 39 percent drop which is not too bad for Easter weekend. Tyler Perry's Temptation showed with 22.3 million -- about how his films tend to open -- so he's presumably going to make a pile of cash by keeping his budget low.  Olympus Has Fallen 54 percent to the fourth slot with 14 million, a victim of G.I. Joe -- but this should still break even domestically and profit overseas.  Oz the Great and Powerful rounds out the Top Five with another 11.6 million; over all, this will be a solid money-maker, but not a smash.  Below the fold, The Host debuts in sixth place with 11 million, which may result in a breakeven... but Stephanie Meyer fails to find a second Twilight.

LINDSAY LOHAN refused to take photos with people at a Brazilian club and instead hid under the table like a 4-year-old petulant child.

JUSTIN BIEBER's MONKEY was seized by customs in Germany. Also, Bieber may face prosecution over that spitting incident with his neighbor.

CHRISTINA AGUILERA: Shaping up.

MATTHEW MacCONAUGHEY  to star inn Christopher Nolan's next film?

RICHARD GRIFFITHS, who starred in the Harry Potter films and Withnail and I, has died at the age of 65 after complications following heart surgery.

PAUL ANKA's Tales of the Rat Pack.

ANT-MAN: If you missed that leaked footage the first time, try again.

THE UNITED STATES: Authorities say cyberattacks against US financial targets are increasingly bent on destruction rather than espionage.

MALI: French and African forces are conducting operations to rid Timbuktu, Gao, and Kidal of remaining Islamist fighters.

SYRIA: At least 20 people in the northern town of Hretaan were killed by what opposition activists claimed was a Scud missile. The Syrian Military Council claimed that a number of Iran's Revolutionary Guard commanders were killed yesterday when Free Syrian Army forces attacked a plane allegedly carrying arms from Iran as it landed at Damascus airport. Rebels seized Dael, a key town on the road between Daraa and Damascus. A loyalist MP from Daraa said the al Qaeda-linked Al Nusrah Front has taken over much of Daraa province, which borders Jordan.

EGYPT: Authorities thwarted 10 plots targeting vital sites in the Sinai this week. In a protest near Cairo, Islamists demanded the "purging of biased Egyptian media." Jama'a al-Islamiya called for the creation of Islamist media outlets. At least 30 people were injured in clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and protesters in Alexandria.

IRAQ: Al Qaeda in Iraq killed at least 23 people in a string of five bombings at Shia mosques in Baghdad and Kirkuk.

CHEESECAKE the CAPYBARA adopts abandoned puppies...

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Militant rodents stole some of the candy-filled plastic eggs from an Easter egg hunt in Richmond, MN.

A MALE MOUNTAIN LION was shot and killed in northwest Nebraska after a man’s attempts to scare off the cat failed.

SECRET SWINE: Illegal pig tales from NYC.

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