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Frankie Rose, Cheap Trick, Pavement, Tegan + Sara + Dogs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 - 08:00 AM
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Karl

STEVE MASON (Beta Band) shouts "Fire!" in a crowded video. (No, it's not Hendrix or Arthur Brown.)

FRANKIE ROSE is advance streaming Herein Wild

ICONA POP advance streams This Is... Icona Pop. Not my thing, but maybe you love it. 

CHEAP TRICK visited Sound Opinions to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Live at Budokan.

PAVEMENT, Live in Amsterdam, Feb 3, 1994.

GOLDEN SMOG: Live at the Cat's Cradle, April 18, 1996.

BECK drops "Gimme" as an apparent one-off.

THE BEATLES: "You're Gonna Lose That Girl." "Yes, yes" from the "Yeah, yeah yeah" guys.

ELTON JOHN talks to The Guardian about his famous temper, his addiction to work – and trying to slow down at 66.

THE GO-GOS made history with Beauty And The Beat -- and barely survived it.

PHOSPHORESCENT: Matt Houck talks to The Daily Swarm about creative rebirth, touring, and writing that one magic song.

90s NOSTALGIA REVISITED Six musicians Morning Edition misses.

MILEY CYRUS & LIAM HEMSWORTH: He's moving on. Pronto.

ZAC EFRON completed a stint in rehab for a serious cocaine problem.

BEN AFFLECK responds to the casting Batlash.

SANDRA BULLOCK appears in Vogue to promote Gravity. Which is vaguely ironic.

JUSTIN THEROUX: Jennifer Aniston's fiance gets a profile in GQ.

LEO DiCAPRIO will be whitewashing Woodrow Wilson.

ISRAEL's Prime Minister Netanyahu is expected to meet with President Obama in Washington for talks that will likely center on Iran's nuclear program.

IRAN: Congress could soon pass a bill to further squeeze Iran's oil exports - and its nuclear program - but new sanctions may fail to cut the country's crude sales much more than existing ones already have.

EGYPT: Authorities reportedly arrested Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad el Haddad. A court ordered the freezing of assets tied to Muslim Brotherhood leaders.

IRAQ: Al Qaeda in Iraq killed 33 people, including six soldiers, in a series of bombings and attacks in the cities of Baghdad, Fallujah, and Mosul.

DOGS remake the video for Tegan & Sara's "Closer." With help from Tegan & Sara. (The original, for reference.)

DOG shoots WOMAN.

AN 8-FOOT, 330 LB. CROCODILE was found under a man's bed, and the man was not James Bond. Pics at the link.

FEMALE SQUID wear fake testes to ward off male advances.

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Islands, White Lies, The 1975, REM, Kitten Train   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 - 08:00 AM
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SUPERCHUNK is "Staying Home." Get off their lawn.

ISLANDS advance streams Ski Mask.

WHITE LIES brought their 80's inspired synth-rock to Morning Becomes Eclectic.

THE 1975: Matthew Healy plays a solo acoustic Tiny Desk Concert.

R.E.M., Live at Paleo Fests, July 27, 2008

THE KILLERS drop "Shot At The Night", an M83-produced track set for the band's greatest hits collection.

BEST COAST drop their new single, "I Don't Know How", which is a bit of a retro-ballad untill it kicks in big.

SLEIGH BELLS drop "You Don't Get Me Twice" ahead of Bitter Rivals, and the music is pretty sweet.

JULIANA HATFIELD: The autumnal "My Sister" and the Blake Babies' cover of "Temptation Eyes" for Twofer Tuesday

JULIA HOLTER talks to BOMB about the sound of the city and gets musicological about her new LP.

THE REPLACEMENTS: The Current extols the virtues of Let It Be and Pleased to Meet Me. Where is the love for Tim!?

JASON ISBELL tallies the wreckacge at the Portland Mercury. (Thx, LHB.)

WILLIAM SHATNER talks to Rolling Stone about his upcoming prog rock LP. 

MILEY CYRUS & LIAM HEMSWORTH have called off their engagement.She blames his questionable fidelity. Giving Robin Thicke a lapdance on TV and openly celebrating drug use had nothing to do with it, so shhh.

BRITNEY SPEARS will be paid 310K per show in Vegas.

KHLOE KARDASHIAN & LAMAR ODOM are living separate lives. Shocka.

LINDSAY LOHAN's mom had a dry birthday party after her DUI bust.

SNL is setting its new cast.

SYRIA: Footage has surfaced on the internet that gives the first tangible indication of Iran's involvement in the fighting in Syria on the side of Assad.  Indeed, it purports to show members of the Revolutionary Guard's elite Quds Force. Conversely, nearly half the rebel fighters in Syria are now aligned to jihadist or hardline Islamist groups according to a new analysis of factions in the country's civil war.

EGYPT: Authorities retook the town of Delga from Muslim Brotherhood supporters who had attacked the Christian community in the town since taking it over in July.

 

IRAQ: Al Qaeda in Iraq killed 11 people, including an Awakening leader and his family, in attacks throughout the country.

KITTEN TRAIN: Let's go to the video.

MAN punches GRIZZLY.

AN OWL blows his part at the wedding.

A GIANT COCKROACH invaded the White House

 

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Mazzy Star, Chvrches, Au Revoir Simone, Maru + Hana   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 16, 2013 - 08:00 AM
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Karl

LEONARD COHEN debuts a new song, "I've Got A Secret."

MAZZY STAR advance streams Seasons of Your Day.

CHVRCHES advance streams The Bones of What You Believe.

AU REVOIR SIMONE advance streams Move In Spectrums.

TYPHOON stopped by Oregon Public Broadcasting for a session. 

FREE ENERGY covers Jackson Browne's "Somebody's Baby."

JANELLE MONAE covers the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back."

SEALS & CROFT: "Summer Breeze." Because it's almost not.

MGMT gets the fancy cover story treament at Pitchfork.

MY BLOODY VALENTINE: Kevin Shields talks to The Guardian about being "banned" from the Mercury Prize  for being truly indie.

FLEETWOOD MAC: Looks like Christine McVie will cameo some shows on the tour.

RAY DOLBY, the legendary pioneer of high fidelity sound, has died after struggling with Alzheimer's disease and leukemia. He was 80.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Insidious 2 tops the chart with a popping 41 million dollars. Poor reviews and the front-loading of a Fiday the 13th opening may make this short-lived, but against a 5 million budget, it's golden. The Family placed with a 14.5 million debut, which is lackluster, but probably enough to break even when it's done.  Riddick shows with 7 million, but that's a steep 63 percent drop from its opening.  31 million against a 38 million budget doesn't sound bad until you see it has taken in only 10 million overseas.  The Butler finishes fourth with 5.6 million and crosses the 100 million mark on its way to Oscarville.  We're The Millers hangs onto the bottom of the Top 5 with another 5.4 million and 131.6 million against a 37 million budget.

MILEY CYRUS put on some clothes.

JOHN LEGEND & CHRISSY TEIGEN tied the knot in Italy on Saturday.

LEBRON JAMES tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Savannah Brinson in San Diego on Saturday.

LINDSAY LOHAN's mother was busted for an off-the-charts DWI.

LAMAR ODOM was charged with 1 count of DUI.

KANYE WEST has been charged with criminal battery and attempted grand theft for allegedly attacking a paparazzo at LAX on July 19.

SYRIA: The United States and Russia agreed Saturday on an outline for the identification and seizure of Syrian chemical weapons and said Syria must turn over an accounting of its arsenal within a week.The agreement will be backed by a UN Security Council resolution that could allow for sanctions or "other consequences" if Syria fails to comply.  Some rebels reject the deal.  As negotiations to avert a U. strike against Syria ramped up last week, so, too, did the action on the ground. A secretive Syrian military unit at the center of the Assad regime's chemical weapons program has been moving stocks of poison gases and munitions to as many as 50 sites to make them harder for the US to track, according to American and Middle Eastern officials.  BTW, have you seen the cover of TIME?

IRAN: A new report suggests that Iran ceased its production of nuclear warheads in 2004.

IRAQ: A suicide bomber killed 21 people during a funeral in a village north of Mosul.

MARU the BOX CAT now has Hana the Kitten to play with.

THE IKEA MONKEY has been taken from its owner.

LIVE CRABS in Chinese vending machines. On purpose.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Secretly defeated by a conspiracy at Yale?

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Sebadoh, Ty Segall, Gogol Bordello, Retrievers   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 12, 2013 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

JULIA HOLTER is on a mission in "This Is A True Heart."

SEBADOH drop by the KEXP studio to play songs off their 2013 release Defend Yourself.  

TY SEGALL plays an acoustic mini-set at WNYC Soundcheck.

GOGOL BORDELLO brings their gypsy punk to WNYC Soundcheck.

PILLARS AND TONGUES advance stream End-dance.

CREAM whipped up "Strange Brew" for Beat Club in 1967.

THE MERCURY PRIZE shortlist is announced.

KATHLEEN HANNA: Five Things You Didn't Know. With a Joan Jett cameo.

LAURA VEIRS talks to Drowned In Sound about motherhood and her latest LP.

NEIL YOUNG's one-of-a-kind, million-dollar hybrid electric vehicle broke down on Interstate 80 on the way to a green festival in Canada.

EMILY BLUNT & JOHN KRASINSKI are expecting their first child in just a few months.

LAMAR ODOM scooped up a household cleaning product that doubles as a vital part of homemade crack pipes.

ZOE SALDANA and beau Marco Perego secretly tied the knot in London in June.

HOLLY MADISON married Pasquale Rotella at the Disneyland on Tuesday.

MADONNA: Engaged?

LINDSAY LOHAN has a "sober companion" who costs 2500 daily.

TOM HANKS: His jury duty came to a swift end after a member of the City Attorney's Office made inappropriate contact with him during a break. The case then ended with a plea bargain.

TIGER WOODS: Getting a taste of his own bitter medicine from Lindsey Vonn?

KATHERINE HEIGL is slinking back to TV, as she's no longer so big a box-office draw for movie types to put up with her BS.

NORTH KOREA appears to be in the process of restarting a nuclear reactor used to produce weapons-grade plutonium, five years after shutting the facility down as part of international disarmament efforts.

ONE RETRIEVER is better at snack-catching.

HERO DOGS OF 9/11, including one who found a woman trapped in the WTC rubble for 27 hours.

WHEN BEARS ATTACK: The father of a Rhode Island man who was mauled by a grizzly bear in Alaska said Wednesday it's a miracle that his son is alive after suffering bites to his head and leg.

A BABY ELEPHANT cried for five hours after his mother tried to stomp him to death. Not quite "Dumbo," is it?

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Smith Westerns, JC Brooks, The Suburbs, Skateboarding Animals   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 08:00 AM
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TV ON THE RADIO drops an animated lcip for "Mercy."

SMITH WESTERNS drop by KEXP to play songs off their third studio release Soft Will

JC BROOKS & THE UPTOWN SOUND play a soulful mini-set at KEXP.

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

BALANCE AND COMPOSURE advance streams The Things We Think We're Missing.

BLITZEN TRAPPER drops "Shine On" ahead of VII.

THE DISMEMBERMENT PLAN drops "Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer" ahead of Uncanny Valley.

THE POLICE: "It's Alright For You." And you and you and you and you.

NIRVANA: Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic share memories and unreleased songs from In Utero at All Songs Considered.

HARRY NILSSON, remembered by Van Dyke Parks.

THE WRENS: Stereogum marks the 10th anniversary of The Meadowlands with an oral history. 

TOM WAITS, ranked by Stereogum.

KRISTEN STEWART was briefly sold to an Arabian prince for Hurrican Sany relief. Also, Jimmy Page turned down Presidents Obama and Clinton.

LAMAR ODOM denies he has a crack problem and is confident he'll play in the NBA next season.

OSCAR DE LA HOYA has admitted himself to a treatment facility.

TOM HANKS pulled jury duty in a domestic violence case.

ASHTON KUTCHER & DEMI MOORE ran into each other at the airport, but seemed cordial.

CHLOE GRACE MORETZ is profiled in W magazine.

"THE SITUATION" blames his pill addiction on Dancing With The Stars.

VANITY FAIR isn't sucking up enough to celebrities, think celebrtities.

9/11: The first five minutes of CNN coverage. I came out of the shower, saw the second plane hit on NBC, and knew had had to contact my boss, whose daughter lived in NYC. There is still a lot of crazy stuff going on around the country and the world as a result, so consider taking a moment to watch and remember.

SYRIA:  Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Syria’s chemical arms handover will only work if the US and its allies renounce the use of force against Damascus. And if Putin ever tires of jerking the US around, note there's almost no chance Russia's "plan" will work. An authorization of strikes had not yet reached 50 Senators, even privately, meaning its passage is in doubt, even in the Senate. A spokesman for the rebels' Supreme Military Council said the US has begun supplying lethal as well as nonlethal aid to the rebels.

EGYPT: Clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and security forces in the northern Sinai left at least one dead. Authorities claimed to have killed nine Islamist militants during ongoing operations in the Sinai. As part of the crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, authorities announced plans to forbid 55000 unlicensed clerics from preaching in mosques.

ANIMALS ON SKATEBOARDS: The Supercut.

ANIMALS like to get drunk too

WHEN POLAR BEARS ATTACK: Distract with your cellphone.

WHEN COUGARS ATTACK: Use your spear.

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