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Final Fantasy, Wye Oak, Eels, Twilight Hours, Tickling Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, January 13, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

ANIMAL COLLECTIVE's latest video is for "Brothersport."

FINAL FANTASY is streaming Heartland in ints entirety.

WYE OAK stopped by Oregon Public Broadcasting for a chat and mini-set in audio and video.

EELS drops "End Times," the title track of E's upcoming LP.

THE TWILIGHT HOURS: Matt Wilson and John Munson (Trip Shakespeare, Semisonic, Polara) stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set streaming via MPR.

STEELY DAN turn in a spirited "Reelin' in the Years" on the Midnight Special.

OKKERVIL RIVER is teaming up with the legendary Roky Erickson for an album due in April.

THE LINDA STEIN MURDER TRIAL is underway.

PATTI SMITH talks to New York magazine about her memoir.

THE TING TINGS are naming their next album after a German massage parlor, inspiring NME to list the 50 most ill-advised album titles ever.

CONAN O'BRIEN says he will not do "The Tonight Show" if it airs at 12:05 a.m. Eastern. His statement implicitly rips the network and Leno's effect on late-night ratings.  He is being wooed by Fox, but two obstacles are his NBC contract and lukewarm interest from Fox affiliates.

SIMON COWELL is leaving American Idol to helm the US version of the X Factor, a show for which he is reportedly courting Paula Abdul.

TIGER WOODS is defended by... wait for it... Mel Gibson.

SHAQUILLE O'NEAL is inching up the Tiger Woods scale.

BRADGELINA: Skipping the Golden Globes.  Aniston can breathe easier.

GEORGE CLOONEY mocked Mariah Carey at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Monday.

JESSICA BIEL and EMILE HIRSCH trudge through a blizzard on Mt. Kilimanjaro.

TOM HANKS and JULIA ROBERTS will reteam for Larry Crowne, a project written and to be directed by Hanks.

YELLOW SUBMARINE: British actors Cary Elwes, Dean Lennox Kelly, Peter Serafinowicz and Adam Campbell are in negotiations to portray the members of the Fab Four in the mo-cap remake set up at Disney.

IRAN: A remote-controlled bomb attached to a motorcycle killed an Iranian physics professor outside his home in northern Tehran on Tuesday, state media reported, blaming the United States and Israel for the attack. Major world powers are to meet in NYC to discuss new sanctions on Iran.

PAKISTAN is likely to become a more Islamist state and increasingly anti-American in the coming years, complicating US efforts to win its support against Islamist militants, a report released on Tuesday said.

AFGHANISTAN: Gen Stanley McChrystal says the US troop buildup in the country had started to turn the tide against the Taliban.

DOG TICKLES TODDLER: Let's go to the video.

PARTY SHREW: For the last 55 million years, the pen-tailed shrew has survived on a diet consisting of beer.

BIG SPIDER: With a lanky legspan of up to nearly a half foot, a newly discovered spider species is the largest among its family of arachnids in the Middle East.

MICE NEST on a Metropolitan Police officer's desk.

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New Releases, Daniel Johnson, Christgau's List, Warthogs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, January 12, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

LAURA VEIRS drops a video for "July Flame," the title track from her new LP.

NEW RELEASES: Vampire Weekend, OK Go, Freedy Johnson, and more are streaming this week via Spinner.

DANIEL JOHNSON did seven free songs for Daytrotter.

MORNING BENDERS make "Promises" an advance track from their upcoming album.

DIRTY PROJECTORS drop a free digital single (yes, 2 songs).

SONGS ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY, compiled by The Telegraph.  From Paul Simon to The Kinks to Def Leppard to Bishop Allen to Ringo Starr to Mission of Burma and more, it's like Twofer Tuesday times 23.

ROBERT CHRISTGAU unveils his 2009 Dean's List at Barnes and Noble.

JIMI HENDRIX: "Valleys of Neptune," a 12 previously unreleased song collection that includes the final studio sessions of the original Jimi Hendrix Experience lineup and Hendrix's first recordings with bassist Billy Cox, is set for release on Mar. 9 on Sony's Legacy Recordings.

YO LA TENGO is briefly profiled at Filter.

RINGO and PAUL, together again.

CONAN O'BRIEN has nothing to complain about, according to Jerry Seinfeld, who coincidentally has a show coming to NBC. O'Brien may disagree.

LINDSAY LOHAN's car struck a photog this morning, and her driver is now a person of interest in a criminal assault with a deadly weapon investigation.

DEREK JETER and MINKA KELLY are headed to the altar, possibly in November.

MARILYN MANSON and EVAN RACHEL WOOD are engaged, according to People magazine.

MICHAEL BUBLE is getting hitched to his Argentinian actress girlfriend, Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre.

SPIDEY-SHOCKER: Sony has pulled out of 'Spiderman 4' with Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire because of scheduling conflicts with the director, and will reboot the franchise for 2012 with another team.

3-D MANIA: Hollywood is preparing to re-release some past hits, including Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, in 3-D following the record-breaking success of Avatar.

DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD is going bicoastal, after poaching Variety's biggest breaking news hound, Mike Fleming.

OLIVER STONE's upcoming Showtime documentary miniseries "Secret History of America" promises to put mass murderers such as Stalin and Hitler "in context."  What could go wrong?

YEMEN: Dozens of Saudi and Egyptian veterans of al-Qaeda's operations in Afghanistan have been pouring into Yemen, a senior official has warned.

IRAN: Gen David Petraeus confirms that the US has developed contingency plans to deal with Iran's nuclear facilities.  There are signs that negotiations with Iran over a nuclear fuel swap have resumed despite the expiration of the end-of-year deadline for a deal set by Pres. Obama.

AFGHANISTAN: Most Afghans are increasingly optimistic about the state of their country, a poll commissioned by the BBC, ABC News and Germany's ARD shows.

WHEN WARTHOGS ATTACK: Let's go to the video.

LIBRARY CATS are the new hotness.

AN ANT SPECIES has dispensed with males entirely.

JELLYFISH STINGS MAN 25 meters above sea level.

A FLOCK OF VULTURES are watching Nancy Cox, waiting on her lawn and slowly chewing their way inside her Ridgeway, VA, home.

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Vampire Weekend, Spoon, Lucky Soul, Raining Iguanas   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, January 11, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

VAMPIRE WEEKEND, Unplugged.

SPOON is advance streaming their Transference LP via NPR.  They also have a meaty profile in The New York Times.

BASIA BULAT drops "Go On" as and advance track from her upcoming LP.

YONDER MOUNTAIN STRING BAND stopped by WXPN for a chat and mini-set.

ELVIS PRESLEY: The staff at NPR is streaming their favorite tracks from the King.

LUCKY SOUL releases a video for "White Russian Doll," while Andrew blogged the shoot.

PATTI SMITH: Rolling Stone has an excerpt from her memoir, while Vanity Fair has a blurb from Clive Davis and a slideshow from photographer Steven Sebring.

NELLIE McKAY talks to the Mpls City Pages about A Prairie Home Companion, politics, and Doris Day.

BUZZCOCKS: The Mancester punks' early catalog is getting a big reissue effort from Mute.

KAREN O, frontwoman of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, is profiled by Variety, focusing on her music for Where the Wild Things Are.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:  This week's Top Three are last week's Top Three. Avatar shows amazing legs, dropping a mere 29 percent and taking in another 48.5 million domestically, where it enters the all-time Top Ten.  Worldwide, Avatar is already the second biggest earner of all time, behind Titanic.  Sherlock Holmes and the Chipmunks pulled in more than 16 million each.  Both dropped more than 50 percent, whcih is rough, but not shocking after two holiday weekends.  Daybreakers became the first new film in the Top Five since Christmas, with a 15 million debut, proving Ameerica loves Smurfs and vampires.  Rounding out the Top Five, It's Complicated drops a notch, taking in 11 million on a 41 percent drop; the star-filled ensemble comedy has yet to recoup its budget.  Below the fold, Leap Year debuted in sixth place with 9.2 million against a 19 million budget, which isn't bad, considering the bad reviews.  Much the same culd be said about the better-reviewed Youth in Revolt, which opened in ninth place.

CONAN O'BRIEN headed to Fox? It could happen.

MADONNA and SEAN PENN a three-hour, one-on-one dinner at four-star Alain Ducasse restaurant in Manhattan on Thursday.

KATY PERRY's Twitter account sparks rumors she's having a baby with new fiancé Russell Brand.

GREEN LANTERN: Blake Lively has nabbed the female lead opposite Ryan Reynolds in Warner Bros.' live-action film based on the DC Comics hero.

STAR TREK 2.2 is tentatively slated for June 29, 2012.

THE A-TEAM has a trailer online.

KICK-ASS now has a SFW trailer online.

TWO GENTLEMEN OF LEBOWSKI: The Dude abides, in Shakespearean style.

ART CLOKEY, creator of the whimsical clay figure Gumby, died in his sleep Friday at his home. He was 88.

YEMEN: British Intelligence has confirmed perhaps the most chilling boast that accused Christmas Day bomber Umar Abdulmutallab made to investigators after his arrest: that close to 20 other young Muslim men were being prepared in Yemen to use the same technique to blow up airliners.

IRAN: The son of Iranian opposition leader Mehdi Karroubi on Friday accused hard-line pro-government militiamen and Revolutionary Guard members of trying to assassinate his father a night earlier.

IT'S RAINING IGUANAS: Let's go to the video.  Here's a bonus how-to handle them video.

HAMSTERS drink like humans.

A FROZEN CAT, successfully defrosted.

A WILD TURKEY knocked out power near Folsom State Prison. Investigators checking links to squirrels, ghost of Johnny Cash.

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The Who, Morphine, Jeff Buckley, OK Go, Cutout Bin, NSFW Walrus   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, January 08, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with the HIGH NUMBERS!  Actually, this mod quartet had changed its name before they hit French TV's Music Hall for a truly live set on March 30, 1966, but the Tuber you posted this set is rightly concerned about copyright holders.  Part 1 features "Substitute," plus covers of the Everlys' "The Man with the Money" and Martha Reeves & the Vandellas'"Dancing in the Streets".  Part 2 includes a cover of "Barbara Ann" and "My Generation."  Plenty of Moon shining in both clips.

PORTASTATIC gives away their cover of Destroyer's "Foam Hands."

MORPHINE and JEFF BUCKLEY: Memorial sets from Mountain Stage are reposted by NPR.

WOODPIGEON is advance streaming their next album.

TIMBER TIMBRE did the four free songs thing for Daytrotter.

GUIDED BY VOICES: Captain's Dead has posted a show from 4-28-00 in Asheville, NC, for your streaming or downloading pleasure.

JIMMY FALLON and THE MUPPETS break into Harry Nilsson's "One" during a camera test.

OK GO are advance streaming their next album, and drop a video for "WTF?" As you might guess, there's language.

VIC CHESTNUTT is memorialized by Michael Stipe, Fugazi's Guy Picciotto, and photographer-filmmaker Jem Cohen on Fresh Air.

NORAH JONES did a chat and mini-set for Mrning Becomes Eclectic.

BILLY CORGAN starts a record label, signs the Germs, the Electric Prunes, and the Strawberry Alarm Clock.

JIM JAMES starts a record label, does not sign the Germs, the Electric Prunes or the Strawberry Alarm Clock.

CUTOUT BIN: From the Replacements to Marvin Gaye, from the dB's to Jefferson Starship, from the Pixies to the 1910 Fruitgum Company, from Thunderclap Newman to Stillwater, plus Spoon, the Rolling Stones, Willie Mitchell, Fountains of Wayne, OK Go covering the Zombies and more -- this weekend's fortuitous finds are streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are Daybreakers, which is currently scoring 65 percent on the ol' Tomatometer, Leap Year, which is scoring 20 percent, and Youth in Revolt, scoring 68 percent.

TIGER WOODS: One of Tiger's many mistresses, Loredana Jolie Ferriolo, is penning a tell-all book about the golf ace and claims that she witnessed him in gay encounters.

ARTIE LANGE: Howard Stern's sidekick landed in the hospital after stabbing himself nine times in an apparent suicide attempt, sources told The NY Post.

JAY LENO is going back to his 11:30 PM time slot, pushing the man who replaced him, Conan O'Brien, to a starting time of 12:05 a.m.

CHARLIE SHEEN was dumped by Hanes.

AMERICAN IDOL is downsizing Simon Cowell?

PLAYBOY MODEL Paula Sladewski was identified by Miami police as the person found dead and "burned beyond recognition" in a trash bin on Sunday.

THE PEOPLES' CHOICE AWARDS went to these folks. The people are ga-ga for GaGa.

THE DIRECTORS GUILD AWARD nominations went to these folks. Personally, I hope Bigelow beats Cameron.

AfPAK: Al Qaeda has confirmed that the US killed the leader of the Lashkar al Zil, or the Shadow Army, the terror group's military organization along the Afghan and Pakistani border.  Senior Jordanian intelligence sources speaking to TIME on condition of anonymity have disputed the claim that the suicide bomber of a US facility in Afghanistan last week that killed seven CIA operatives had been a double agent working for al-Qaeda all along. Afghan spy officials tell The Daily Beast's Gerald Posner that the chemical fingerprint of the bomb that killed the CIA agents matches the kind produced by Pakistani intelligence.

A WALRUS orally pleasures himself. Goo goo goo joob.

CHIHUAHUA AIRLIFT: More than a dozen Chihuahuas are being flown in style from San Francisco to New York in a bid to reduce chihuahua overpopulation in California, and make up a shortfall on the east coast.

FALLING DOLPHIN, injured trainer.

PANDA CUB Yun Zi debuts at the Sandiego Zoo. Awww...some pics at the link.

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Bob Dylan, Frightened Rabbit, the Stylus Decade, Koalas   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, January 07, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

VAMPIRE WEEKEND returned to the Ed Sullivan Theater to play "Cousins."

BOB DYLAN: Aquarium Drunkard has posted Yesterday (CBS Studios: Nashville/NYC Outtakes) from 1970, which includes Bobby Z's takes on "Da Doo Ron Ron", "Cupid", "All I Have to Do is Dream", and "Yesterday" (natch).

FRIGHTENED RABBIT: Two new tracks, "Nothing Like You" and "Learned Your Name," are streaming via the 'Gum.

BESNARD LAKES drop a new track, "Albatross."

ATLAS SOUND: Brandon Cox drops a previously unreleased track, "Christmas Synths." Better late than never!

JOE JACKSON: He's the Man.

THE STYLUS DECADE: Zombie Stylus rises from the grave to survey the top albums and singles from the naughts.

BANDS TO WATCH in 2010, according to NME and MOJO.

THE FLAMING LIPS: Wayne Coyne talks to Paste about the Dark Side of the Moon.

THE CASSETTE: Don't call it a comeback?

TIGER WOODS has been staying with his billionaire pal Jim Dolan, the controversy-prone CEO of Cablevision and owner of Madison Square Garden and the New York Knicks.

MARIAH CAREY made a drunken mess out of herself while trying to give an acceptance speech at an awards show. Video at the link.

I WAS MARRIED TO MICHAEL JACKSON: Sounds like the title to B-grade horror flick, but it's a legal claim.

JANE KRAKOWSKI of 30 Rock is engaged.

SYLVESTER STALLONE broke his neck while filming a fight scene in his latest movie.

TWILIGHT: The script for Eclipse leaked on the Internet.

SPIDER-MAN 4: Production has been delayed for more work on the script.  The movie is now unlikely to make its May 11, 2011, release date.

JAMES BOND: Sam Mendes is in negotiations to direct the 23rd installment of the franchise, in which Bond discovers that SPECTRE is masterminded by a homophobic veteran in the suburbs. But it looks like this movie may be delayed also, due to MGM's financial problems.

NICK NOLTE: NO EXIT is a documentary featuring the actor as interviewer and subject.  Currently available on demand on several cable systems.

YEMEN: American counter-terrorism specialists and Saddam Hussein's former intelligence officers have forged an unlikely alliance in Yemen to tackle al-Qaeda.

IRAN has quietly hidden an increasingly large part of its atomic complex in networks of tunnels and bunkers across the country.

AFGHANISTAN: How a Double Agent Lured Seven CIA Operatives to Their Deaths

KOALAS steal the limelight from Tennis star Andy Roddick.

A FEMALE CANE TOAD can "pump herself up to mega-size" if she wants to dissuade a male from mating with her.

CARSHER SEAL photobombs penguins.

STRAWBERRY CRABS: Forever.

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