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Friendly Fires, Theft of the Dial, Longwave, Pigs of the Caribbean   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, July 27, 2009 - 08:00 AM
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FRIENDLY FIRES dropped the video for "Kiss of Life" from their upcoming LP.

THEFT OF THE DIAL: The Current has started a new series where artists talk about and guest DJ other people's music.  The first two installments are from Black Francis and The Hold Steady's Craig Finn.

LONGWAVE did five free songs for Daytrotter, one previously unreleased.

PITCHFEST: All Songs Considered considers "discoveries" from the Pitchfork Music Festival.

ST. VINCENT: Annie Clark talks to Drowned in Sound about touring the UK, musical arrangements, working with The Polyphonic Spree and Sufjan Stevens, and more...

GOING LEGITIMATE: The NYT reports: "Many music industry observers now believe that there is a fundamental shift under way: from illegal downloads to licensed streaming services like MySpace Music, imeem and Spotify, where users can play any song, anytime and - coming soon - on any device."

INGRID MICHAELSON answers a few questions for Newsweek.

SONIC YOUTH: The Stranger compiles an Ultimate SY playlist, bizarrely omitting "Teenage Riot."

THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART talk to The Georgia Straight and LAist.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: G-Force semi-surprisingly topped the box office with 32.1 million bucks, largely on the strength of higher-priced 3-D showings.  Harry Potter was close behind with 30 million.  Potter dropped 61 percent in its second weekend, which is a bit more than the last Potter flick -- but that one played on more IMAX screens from the start, whereas this one moves to more IMAX screens this upcoming weekend.  It will liley end up where the last one did, making a bit under 300 million in the US.  The Ugly Truth debuted at No. 3, making 27 million against a 38 million budget.  Orphan opened in the fourth spot with 12.8 million; horror flicks have underperformed this Summer.  Ice Age 3 rounded out the Top 5 with 8.2 million, demonstrating the overall younger skew of the weekend.  Below the fold, The Hangover and The Proposal held surprisingly well, but 500 Days of Summer had the highest per-screen average at No. 11, and could be a crossover hit as it expands to 300 screens next weekend, and 1000 screens two weekends hence.

MICHAEL JACKSON's prosthetic nose went missing from his surgically mangled face as he lay in an LA morgue.  Jackson's "secret lovechild" has declared: 'He is NOT my dad'.  The administrators of Jacko's estate predict there will be enough cash to pay off his estimated 400 million in debts -- and still have money left over for his heirs.

KATHERINE HEIGL: Newsweek wants to know why she is so annoying.

ANGELINA JOLIE toured a camp on the outskirts of Baghdad where she visited four families displaced due to violence in Iraq.

GARY OLDMAN seemed serious in saying the next Batman movie begins shooting in 2010.

TONY ROMO dumped JESSICA SIMPSON in the parking lot of a Texas IHOP? Too good to check!

NORTH KOREA: Kim Jong-Il's regime routinely used mentally and physically handicapped children to test its biological and chemical weapons, according to a high-ranking defector

IRAN's newly appointed -- and controversial -- first vice president has resigned, the semi-official Fars News Agency reported Friday.

PIGS of the CARIBBEAN, now with video.

A DEAD WHALE was found lodged in the bow of the Princess Cruise Lines' Sapphire Princess. Ship's purser Gopher Smith was unavailable for comment.

KILLER CHIPMUNK attacked a cat twice its size as part of wave of rodent attacks feared to hit Britain.

A BERSERK GROUNDHOG who attempted to attack a resident and two police officers was maced on Thursday, just a few days after a ravenous black bear strolled into an open garage and gorged itself on meat from a freezer, in Boonton Towship, NJ.

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Groovy Gals, Sonic Youth, Booker T., Cutout Bin, Piano Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, July 24, 2009 - 08:00 AM
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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

... with SHINDIG! This special featuring groovy gals, is Tubed in three parts. Part 1 includes the Shangri-Las - "Give Him A Great Big Kiss"; Aretha Franklin - "Shoop Shoop Song"; Leslie Gore - "Judy's Turn To Cry"; and Ketty Lester - "Love Letters." Part 2 includes -- The Toys - "Lover's Concerto"; Jackie DeShannon - "What The World Needs Now"; The Supremes - "Baby Love" and Fontella Bass - "Rescue Me." Part 3 includes The Blossoms - "I Like It Like That"; Petula Clark - "Downtown"; and Tina Turner - "Ooh-Poo-Pah-Do."

SONIC YOUTH stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set streaming via MPR.

THE THERMALS did the three free songs thing for Daytrotter.

BOOKER T. JONES stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set streaming via NPR.

SIOUXSIE SIOUX talks to The Quietus about banging heads with rock bores and the importance of having glitter in your pocket.

ARTHUR CONLEY: Do you like good music? "Sweet Soul Music"?

BETTYE LaVETTE talks to the Colorado Springs Independent about playing with Otis Redding in the 60s and dueting with Paul McCartney at Radio City Music Hall today.

DAN AUERBACH talks to PopMatters about the human element in recording.

THE TEN COOLEST SONGS ABOUT CARS & DRIVING, according to Kevin Ransom at AOL Autos, with embedded video. (Thx, LHB.)

THE CUTOUT BIN: From the Sex Pistols to the Archies, from Monty Python to the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, from Cream to Off Broadway, plus Husker Du, Ace, the Beatles, Spoon, The Band 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 G-Force, currently scoring 21 percent on the ol' Tomatometer, The Ugly Truth, currently scoring 12 percent, and Orphan, scoring 48 percent.

MICHAEL JACKSON: Multiple sources in the Jackson family tell TMZ that even if Katherine Jackson gets custody of Michael Jackson's kids, Michael's big sister Rebbie Jackson will raise the children. Rupert Everett says it was "fortuitous" that Jacko died.

MEGAN FOX denies turning down a role in the next James Bond movie.

JON & KATE claims a reporter for Star magazine.

JOHNNY DEPP is one step closer to his dream role playing Carol Channing.

ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL-E: You're probably familar with The Wizard of Oz/ Dark Side of the Moon mashup. Now we have Wall-E and The Wall.

ISLAMISM in the UK: A married Muslim woman has been warned her life is in danger after a man she is suspected of having an affair with was blinded in an 'honor' attack.

PAKISTAN: Sa'ad bin Laden, the son of Osama bin Laden, is thought to have been killed in a US Predator airstrike in Pakistan's tribal areas. The report has not been confirmed.

IRAQ: Michael J. Totten has his fourth installment on the future of Iraq, interviewing "Sayid," someone the US relies on to report on "atmospherics."

NORA THE PIANO CAT, accompanied by the Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra.

KILLER CHIPMUNKS poised to invade the UK.

THE SWARM: A Chinese couple have got married wearing clothes made of thousands of living bees. Pic at the link.

ZEBRA ATTACK sidelines Pittsburg State football player Joe Windscheffel near Lawrence, KS.

LONESOME GEORGE: Scientists hope that the last Galapagos giant tortoise will soon become the world's oldest father.

BEAVERS could help slow global climate change. Hey, nice beaver!

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Bad Veins, Lee Fields, Ida Maria, Deer + Kitteh   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, July 23, 2009 - 08:00 AM
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WHEAT talked ot The Phoenix about their new album, which is streaming this week via Spinner.  Plus, the band has a video out for "Changes Is."

BAD VEINS do the four free songs thing for Daytrotter. Their new album is also streaming in full this week.

LEE FIELDS: The veteran soul singer gets a profile by Oliver Wang + tracks streaming via NPR. 

WYE OAK gets some hometown love from the Baltimore Sun.  Their newly-released sophomore LP is currently streaming via Merge.

THE CAVE SINGERS have a new preview track from their sophomore LP, "At The Cut."

IDA MARIA talks to San Diego CityBeat about Norway's music scene, learning to write in English, and more...  You can check out her set for The Interface while you read.

FRIENDLY FIRES talk to The Guardian about the long and winding road from playing birthday parties to 35K at the Glastonbury festival.

FRIGHTENED RABBIT: Scott Hutchison talked to the Village Voice about heading to Coney Island for the Siren Festival.

JASON LYTLE is profiled by the Buffalo News.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND's five most over- and under-rated songs, according to MAGNET.

MICHAEL JACKSON: Both autopsies turned up needle marks and the powerful anesthetic propofol. The dancer thought to be Jacko's secret love child sat in the front row at the late singer's memorial service.

MISCHA BARTON is still seeking psychiatric treatment but "making improvements."  The actress has also struggled with a fluctuating weight and body image.

BILLY JOEL is dating Alex Donnelley, the former star of "The Young and The Restless," a month after separating from wife No. 3.

KIEFER SUTHERLAND is officially off the hook for that whole headbutting incident in NYC back in May.

ERIN ANDREWS: The ESPN sportscaster was the target of a peephole pervert who surreptitiously shot a video of her walking around her hotel room naked - and posted it on the Internet.  The New York Post has posted a barely-censored slideshow, so that you might share their outrage.

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: The teaser trailer for the Tim Burton reimagining is online. The Mouse has lawyers busy, but even they miss a few.

IRON MAN 2: Check out some first look photos at USA Today.

JOHNNY DEPP may be in limbo after Alice in Wonderland.

SAM RAIMI has signed on to a movie adaptation of "World of Warcraft."

STEPHEN BALDWIN files for bankruptcy.

PAKISTAN is objecting to expanded American combat operations in neighboring Afghanistan, creating new fissures in the alliance with Washington at a critical juncture when thousands of new American forces are arriving in the region.

IRAN: Pres. Ahmadinejad showed rare defiance of his strongest backer, Iran's supreme leader, by insisting on his choice for vice president Wednesday despite vehement opposition from hard-liners that has opened a deep rift in the leadership.

DEER & KITTEH, bathing together... mass hysteria!

A MONKEY was caught on video burglarizing a nursery.

A DEER tries to see the dentist without an appointment. Slideshow at the link.

THE SWARM: A Miami Shores resident was shocked to discover what was buzzing inside her home -- a swarm of 250000 bees. Video at the link.

PLUMMETING TORTOISE causes amnesia.

GIDGET, the Taco Bell Chihuahua, dies of a stroke at 15.

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Thom Yorke, Pearl Jam, Lightning Dust, Badger + Otter   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, July 22, 2009 - 08:00 AM
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THOM YORKE debuted a new song, "The Present Tense" at a festival date over the weekend.

PEARL JAM is streaming a new single.

LIGHTNING DUST is advance streaming their Infinite Light album via NPR.

THE DECEMBERISTS: Guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Chris Funk talks to Seattlist, while drummer John Moen talks to Straight.com, and MAGNET lists the band's most overrated and underrated songs, with embedded audio.

A TRIPLE BILL of Lee Fields And The Expressions, The Phenomenal Handclap Band, and Fight The Big Bull played Joe's Pub in NYC last night; the entire gig is streaming via NPR.

THE DEAD WEATHER want you to "Treat Me Like Your Mother."

MY BLOODY VALENTINE: Unreleased songs leak.

THE MERCURY PRIZE shortlist is handicapped by the NME, which also offers a bluffer's guide to the nominees.

JOHN FOGERTY enlists Bruce Springsteen and members of the Eagles for "The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again," due in Spetember.

THE RAVEONETTES: Sharin Foo tells Spinner Canada that the duo's much-anticipated new album is "the ultimate light album," but "the lyrics are probably the most harsh we've ever written."

BRITNEY SPEARS may get out of her dad's conservatorship after her concert tour ends in November.

LINDSAY LOHAN flips out after on-again off-again galpal Samantha Ronson dined with Drea de Mateo.

MICHAEL JACKSON's family is feuding over who will call the shots in probating the will, and where Jacko will be laid to rest.

BEN ROETHLISBERGER: The Steelers QB has been accused of sexual assault... by a woman who may have some psychiatric issues.

LEONARDO DiCAPRIO & CAMERON DIAZ were seen getting coxy at hip London club Maddox after earlier having dinner, on Saturday night.

 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: /Film has photos of Tim Burton's reimagining, in advance of a trailer Friday.

JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT & JAMIE KENNEDY got "engaged" as part of his stage act over the weekend.

HARRY POTTER: Emma Watson confirms her college plans. Bonnie Wright does a high-fashion shoot.

AFGHANISTAN: You could call David Guttenfelder the man behind the man in the pink boxers.  But his photo of Specialist Zachary Boyd returning the Taliban's fire while wearing pink boxers and flip-flops is just the tip of the iceberg. On a more serious note, Taliban suicide bombers dressed in burkas killed six people in eastern Afghanistan when they stormed government buildings and a military base.

IRAN: As Iran's political elite and clerical establishment splinter over the election crisis, the nation's most powerful economic, social and political institution - the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps - has emerged as a driving force behind efforts to crush a still-defiant opposition movement. And its aggressive drive to silence dissenting views has led many political analysts to describe the events surrounding the June 12 presidential election as a military coup.

BADGER and OTTER, playing together... mass hysteria!

PERVERTED BABOONS involved in underwear theivery. Aweomely awesome pic at the link.

DOGS not really feeling the recession just yet.

DOG adopts panda cubs. Awww...some pic at the link.

NEW GADGET translates dog barks. Wasn't this in Pixar's Up?

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New Releases, Richard Swift, Islands, Beagle & Raccoon   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, July 21, 2009 - 08:00 AM
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I MAY BE COMING DOWN WITH SOMETHING, or having an allergic episode, so this will be a quick one: 

NIRVANA & RICK ASTLEY, together at last.

NEW RELEASES: Fiery Furnaces, Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs, Blue Roses, Wheat and more are streaming in full this week via Spinner.

RICHARD SWIFT did three free songs for Daytrotter.

ELIZABETH and the CATAPULT played the World Cafe on Friday, so you can stream the gig on demand via NPR.

THE MONSTERS OF FOLK (Conor Oberst, Jim James, M Ward & Mike Mogis) will give you an advance track for an e-mail address. Stream at the link also.

ISLANDS have an advance track streaming via Pitchfork.

ADAM YAUCH of the Beastie Boys announced Monday, by way of a homemade video placed without fanfare on the band's Web site, that he would be receiving treatment for cancer and that as a result the group would cancel some future shows and push back the release of a new album. "This is something that's very treatable and in most cases it's, um, they're able to completely get rid of it," he said.

MERGE RECORDS: Pitchfork looks at the label's 20th anniversary with insight from Arcade Fire's Wim Butler, Spoon's Britt Daniel, The Rosebuds' Kelly Crisp & Ivan Howard, M Ward and David Kilgour.

JACK WHITE is profiled by The Wall Street Journal for takin' care of business.

MICHAEL JACKSON: Sony Pictures Entertainment is closing a deal to make a feature film on Jacko from the 80 hours of rehearsal footage filmed for the concerts Jackson was preparing to perform in London when he passed away -- at a cost of over 50 million bucks.

MISCHA BARTON's TV series is on hold while she is under psych care, while her rep dismisses claims of a coke binge.

DEMI MOORE got a Photoshopped Mohawk from hubby Ashton Kutcher.

SIENNA MILLER nearly burnt her breasts making new movie G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.

CHRIS BROWN finally apologizes for smacking Rhianna around.

TONY ROMO is emotionally drained after dumping Jessica Simpson, which doesn't explain the partying with new girls all this week. Maybe he's one of those "get right back on the horse" people.

AFGHANISTAN: Michael Yon

IRAN: Germany's foreign intelligence agency has amassed evidence of a sophisticated Iranian nuclear weapons program that continued beyond 2003.

RACCOON & BEAGLE, playing together... mass hysteria!

A GIANT HALIBUT weigihing 309 lbs. took five grown men to lift and then an entire day to chop it into 600 portions.

GIANT JELLYFISH descend on the Sea of Japan, causing untold devastation to coastal villages and leaving a trail of destruction and human misery behind.

SCORPION ON A PLANE rocked an Indianapolis-bound Southwest Airline passenger like a hurricane.

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