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Foxygen, Pinegrove, Don't Stop Now, Arcade Fire, Orangutan   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, January 23, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


CASS McCOMBS shared a video for "I'm a Shoe."

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

PINEGROVE is streaming a live LP, Elsewhere.

DON'T STOP NOW: A covers copilation that benefits the ACLU is streaming via Bandcamp.

ARCADE FIRE & MAVIS STAPLES share "I Give You Power."

ANGEL OLSEN shares "Fly On Your Wall."

LIZ PHAIR: "Jealousy." It sneers like she does.

SONIC YOUTH's seminal Daydream Nation, reconsidered by Drowned In Sound. Saw the original tour, saw the ATP full performance decades later, get off my lawn.

CRAIG FINN talks to Columbus Alive about the difference between living rooms and rock clubs, and whether all of us really do want the same things.

PETER OVEREND WATTS, original bassist for Mott the Hoople, has died of throat cancer. He was 69.

MAGGIE ROCHE, a member of family vocal group the Roches, has died at age 65.

JAKI LIEBEZEIT, drummer and founding member of the seminal krautrock band Can, has died from pneumonia at the age of 78.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: M Night Shyamalan's Split is a surprise hit, topping the chart with 40.2MM, about double of predictions.  It's the director's first No.1 since 2004 (tho 2015's The Visiit debuted at No. 2 and had very solid ROI).  xXx: The Return of Xander Cage placed with 20MM, which has to be disappointing given Vin Diesel returning to the franchise, an 85MM budget and likely big marketing costs.  Hidden Figures, last weekend's topper, showed with 16.3MM on leggy 22 percent drop; it's likey profitable now, even before opening abroad. Sing took the fourth slotwith 8MM on a 37 percent drop that's not bad after a long weekend.  La La Land rounded out the Top Five with 6.4MM and is proving quite profitable worldwide against a 30MM budget.  Below th fold, Rogue One lands in sixth place at breaks the billion-dollar barrier worldwide.

M NIGHT SHYAMALAN wants to make an Unbreakable sequel next.

VIN DIESEL urges Marvel not to abandon The Inhumans movie  (this weekend's box office for xXx may explain why).

HARRY POTTER & THE CURSED CHILD: Coming as a film trilogy?

GREEN LANTERN CORPS is looking to recruit an A-lister to play Hal Jordan.

THE TERMINATOR: James Cameron is in early talks with Deadpool director and VFX wiz Tim Miller to direct a reboot and conclusion of one of cinema’s great science fiction tales.

GAVIN ROSSDALE opens up about his ‘worst days’ following his split from Gwen Stefani and the pressure he's under from his kids to find love again.

KRISTEN STEWART is speaking up about Donald Trump, recalling when he took an interest in her with a series of tweets in which he voiced his opinion about the actress' personal life.

ROMAN POLANSKI's selection as the head of the jury for France's César Awards - the country's equivalent of the Oscars - has sparked outrage.

IRAQ: Most Islamic State commanders in Mosul have been killed in battles with Iraqi government forces that raged over the past three months in the eastern side of the city, an Iraqi general said on Thursday.

AN ORANGUTAN learned to cut branches after observing humans. He wants to be like you.


A TERRIFYING WORM lurking at the bottom of the sea is named after Lorena Bobbit.

GIRAFFE MILK: The new superfood?

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Neil Diamond, Japandroids, Tift Merritt, Allison Crutchfield, Priests, Cow   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, January 20, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...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," "Done Too Soon," "A Modern Day Version Of Love," "He Aint' Heavy (He's My Brother)," "Holly Holy," and "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show."  Sadly, "I Am I Said" is off the Tube right now, but here's a contemporaneous German clip.

JAPANDROIDS advance stream Near to the Wild Heart of Life.

TIFT MERRITT advance streams Stitch of the World.

ALLISON CRUTHCHFIELD advance streams Tourist in This Town.

PRIESTS advance stream Nothing Feels Natural.

BASH & POP: Tommy Stinson's band returns with "Anything Could Happen."

RYAN ADAMS shares "Doomsday" ahead of Prisoner.

CLOUD NOTHINGS share "Enter Entirely" ahead of Life Without Sound.

DOBIE GRAY is in with "The In Crowd."

TY SEGALL on Black Flag, T Rex and why the Kinks made so much sense in 90s California.

ALANIS MORISETTE's former business manager has admitted embezzling more than 7MM from the singer and other celebrities and agreed to plead guilty to federal charges, prosecutors have said.

GREIL MARCUS on the musical odes of sci-fi films Passengers and Arrival, Christian Marclay’s slippery sonic sculptures, Sleater-Kinney’s live album, the secret of Jack White's success, and more. 

THE BEACH BOYS' FIRST DECADE, surveyed by the incomparable Jeff Blehar.

NOW SHOWING:  This weekend's wide releases include: xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, which is currently scoring 60 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Split, which is coring 78 percent; The Founder, scoring 83 percent; and The Resurrection of Gavin Stone, which was not screened for critics.

THE MONICA LEWINSKY SAGA may be the next People vs OJ Simpson.

MARK HAMILL is taking a little time out to voice an animated Lovecraft feature.

BLACK ADAM: After announcing plans to make a Shazam movie with Dwayne Johnson attached to play the antagonist Black Adam, New Line Cinema and DC Entertainment have now decided to expand the property with a second film.

JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 has a clip online.

LOGAN has a second trailer online.

POWER RANGERS has a new trailer online.

POWERLESS has a trailer online.

MIGUEL FERRER, character and voice actor who appeared in shows including Twin Peaks, NCIS: Los Angeles and Crossing Jordan, and films including RoboCop and Iron Man 3, died Thursday of cancer. He was 61.

A COW was 'mooved' out of a swimming pool in southeast Oklahoma City.

THE SWARM: A Florida man with an unusual wasp removal technique recorded himself taking out an entire nest of the stinging insects with his bare hands.

HORSES are more deadly than snakes in Australia.

BACTERIA  are being reprogrammed to eat brain tumors, in case you're wondering how the zombie apocalypse starts.

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The Shelters, Jonathan Edwards, All Songs, Baby Elephant   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, January 19, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


OKKERVIL RIVER shared a video for “Mary On A Wave.”

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

JONATHAN EDWARDS played the Mountain Stage. Yes, including "Sunshine."

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from Brian Eno, Timber Timber, Tall Tall Trees and more highlight the latest edition.

SOUNDGARDEN shared a previously unreleased version of “Beyond the Wheel” from the Ultramega OK reissue.

DIRTY PROJECTORS shared "Up In Hudson" ahead of their third (yet self-titled) LP.

KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD shared "Sleep Drifter" ahead of Flying Microtonal Banana.

THE DEL LORDS extend "How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?" Circa 1990.

PAUL McCARTNEY has filed a lawsuit against Sony/ATV to regain the rights to classic Beatles songs.

FOXYGEN talked to Aquarium Drunkard about the conception and execution of their new album, Hang, how they’ve evolved as performers and record-makers, and the misconception that annoys them still.

CONOR OBERST will release Salutations -- a cameo-laden, full band version of 2016's Ruminations, and then some.

THE SLANTS are locked in a legal battle at the Supreme Court over trademarks, free speech and their band name.

DISNEY confirmed that Pixar movies are connected.

WILL & GRACE are getting a 10-episode revival.

DRAKE met JENNIFER LOPEZ's kids, and they're making music together.

FUTURE & CIARA are no longer at war over custody of their 2-year-old baby.

MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY packed on 47 pounds for Gold. And it made him "Captain Fun."

JOHN McTIERNAN, who directed Die Hard, The Hunt for Red October, and The Thomas Crown Affair remake, made his first film in 14 year, and it's a videogame commercial.

IRAQ's military says it has retaken the eastern side of Mosul from the Islamic State group, a critical milestone in its battle to drive the terror organization from the country’s second-largest city.

A BABY ELEPHANT with an injured foot gets hydrotherapy.

JOSEPHINE THE GORILLA, the grandmother of Harambe, has died, Zoo Miami says.

A NEW MOTH has been named after Donald Trump; it's the hairstyle.

VAMPIRE BATS are now feasting on human blood.

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Nick Cave, Sloppy Heads, Michael Chapman, Sturgill Simpson, Mr Hunchback   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE ORWELLS  shared a video for "Black Francis."

NICK CAVE made his long-awaited return to the stage, performing live for the first time and gave his first interview since the tragic death of his son.

THE SLOPPY HEADS advance stream Useless Smile.

MICHAEL CHAPMAN advance streams 50.

LOS CAMPESINOS! share “5 Flucloxacillin” ahead of Sick Scenes.

STURGILL SIMPSON played “Keep It Between the Lines” and “Call to Arms” on Saturday Night for Twofer Tuesday.

THE XX: The brave new world of pop’s brooding perfectionists.

THE EAGLES OF DEATH METAL documentary from Colin Hanks has a trailer online.

SHARON VAN ETTEN talksed to All Songs Considered about how and why she made the surprising decision to take an acting role on the Netflix series The OA.

HOW DAVID BOWIE & BRIAN ENO Revolutionized Rock on Low.

TOM HARDY talks to the Daily Beast about Mad Max, James Bond, and more...

TAYLOR SWIFT is restoring Hollywood icon Samuel Goldwyn's former home.

ARNIE HAMMER and his wife, Chief Correspondent of the Human Rights Foundation Elizabeth Chambers Hammer, welcomed their second child on Sunday.

ZOE SALDANA, who signed an anti-Trump letter during campaign season, has had further thoughts about Hollywood's treatment of Donald Trump.

RIVERDALE, a/k/a Archie in Twin Peaks, has another teaser online.

GENE CERNAN, the last man to walk on the moon, died on Monday in Houston. He was 82.

THE U.K.: Prime Minister Theresa May is set to declare Tuesday that the U.K. wants a clean break from the European Union, in a closely watched speech in which she is expected to lay out her plans for the divorce.

TURKEY: The man authorities suspect of being behind the New Year's Eve attack on an Istanbul nightclub has been captured alive, according to Turkish police sources.

MR HUNCHBACK lumbered across the track at the Circle B Bar reserve.

HORNY OWLS attracted the Coast Guard.

A MYSTERIOUS DESERT SHRIMP emerged following a deluge Down Under.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: A gang of fat squirrels are attacking children and stealing their food in Cornwall.

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MLK Jr Day, David Crosby, Flaming Lips, Of Montreal, The xx, Snoring Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, January 16, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


U2: "Pride" and "MLK." Crushingly obvious. Have a dream.

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

THE FLAMING LIPS are streaming Oczy Mlody via Spotify.

OF MONTREAL is streaming the Rune Husk EP via Spotify and Apple Music.

THE XX is streaming I See You via Spotify.

DION: A vintage performance of "Abraham, Martin & John."

LAURIE ANDERSON tals to The Guardian about Buddhism, lide, loss and Lou Reed.

SMASHING PUMPKINS: Billy Corgan updated The Loop (97.9 in Chicago) on a possible reunion.

LIZ PHAIR is making a double-LP in Ryan Adams’ Pax-Am studios.

TONY ALLSUP, a guitarist best known for losing a coin toss that kept him off a plane that later crashed and killed rock 'n' roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "Big Bopper" Richardson, has died. He was 85.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Hidden Figures tops the chart with 20.5MM, a very leggy 10 percent drop from its debut, and likely a big profit for the studio.  La La Land placed with 14.5MM riding a 43 percent increas in biz after its Golden Globes sweep; this one's already well in the black against a 30MM budget.  Sing showed with 13.8MM on a 33 percent drop, and is approaching 400MM worldwide against a 75MM production budget.  Rogue One slipped to the fourth slot with 13.8MM on a 38 percent drop that's not bad considering it lost almost 1000 screens this weekend; it's also now the biggest-grossing film released in 2016.  The Bye Bye Man rounded out the Top Five with 13.4MM, which means a movie with bad reviews and abysmal Cinemascores may well make a tidy profit.  This is what happens when you go over a month without a horror film.  Below the fold, the expansion of Patriot's Day opens as a disappointing sixth with 12MM, though good reviews and an A+ Cinemascore suggests it might find its legs in the typically abysmal dumping grounds of January.  Monster Trucks had a seventh-place 10.5MM debut; the studio already took a 100MM writedown on this one.

STAR WARS: Lucasfilm assures fans that it "has no plans to digitally recreate Carrie Fisher’s performance as Princess or General Leia Organa."

TWIN PEAKS: Kyle MacLachlan returns as Agent Cooper in the latest teaser trailer.

JOHNNY DEPP & AMBER HEARD are officially divorced.

PRINCE HARRY introduced his girlfriend, Meghan Markle, to sister-in-law Duchess Kate and niece Princess Charlotte.

ROBIN THICKE lost a round in his custody dispute with Paula Patton.

MICHAEL JACKSON's family's objections sunk a TV episode featuring Joseph Finnes as the pop icon.

DICK GAUTIER, who starred on Broadway in the original production of Bye, Bye Birdie and then famously played Hymie the Robot on the sitcom Get Smart, has died after a long illness. He was 85.

WILLIAM PETER BLATTY, the author whose best-selling book “The Exorcist” was both a milestone in horror fiction and a turning point in his own career, died of multiple myeloma on Thursday in Bethesda, Md. He was 89.  Not included in the NYT obit is the story of how Blatty knew someone who was so repulsed by the book that he threw it off the end of the Brighton pier; Blatty bought another copy, ran it under the tap, and placed it in the man's desk.

A SNORING DOG, confronted.

FISHCICLES at the Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge from 2015.

A FROZEN FOX was cut from an icy Danube.

A RANDY TORTOISE has been outfitted with wheels after wearing out his back legs doing the Wild Thing.

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