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Dr Dog, Hospitality, Yellow Ostrich. Friend Roulette, Goats   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


SPRINGSTEEN covers INXS's "Don't Change" in Sydney.

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

HOSPITALITY plays a mini-set in the WNYC Soundcheck studio. 

YELLOW OSTRICH is streaming their Carl Sagan-inspired album, Cosmos.

FRIEND ROULETTE streams their forthcoming Grow Younger EP.

YUCK drops "Another One" from the upcoming Southern Skies EP.

THE MOODY BLUES hit the charts with "Go Now" before going psychedelic.

CONOR OBERST filed a defamation suit against the woman who accused him of rape.

ST VINCENT: Annie Clark talks to Pitchfork about where her art ends and her life begins.

CLOUD NOTHINGS frontman Dylan Baldi talks to Drowned in Sound about Here and Nowhere Else.

PHANTOGRAM: Josh Carter talks to PopMatters about the band's style, signing to a major label, and more...

MILEY CYRUS & JARED LETO are hooking up, reports Us Weekly.

GWYNETH PALTROW's representatives have denied a report that she has been having an affair with entertainment lawyer Kevin Yorn, a story originating on a secret-sharing app.

PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN's dying wish was to keep his children far, far away from Hollywood.

LINDSAY LOHAN threatened to sue Fox News over a story claiming she snorted lines of cocaine with her mother Dina.

RAY RICE: The Baltimore Ravens RB was recorded dragging his apparently unconscious fiancee out of an elevator in an Atlantic City casino ... moments after cops say they attacked each other on the property.

EMMA STONE denied a naked selfie on the internet is of her.

MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY talks to Variety about this hot stretch in his career.

UKRAINE: Expressing alarm at the lethal escalation of political violence, the European Union and the United States scrambled for a quick response Wednesday, threatening punitive sanctions against senior figures in the Ukrainian government. The US is looking to the EU to take the lead in formulating a tough response after the standoff between President Viktor Yanukovych and anti-government protesters exploded into violence.

RUSSIA Members of the PussyRiot punk group say they were whipped by Cossacks who are helping to patrol Sochi during the Winter Olympic Games.

VENEZUELA: Protesters were still in the streets after opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez's arrest Tuesday, demanding better security, an end to scarcities and protected freedom of speech.

LEBANON: Two cars packed with explosives blew up in Hezbollah's stronghold in Beirut, killing at least six people, in the latest attack on the pro-Iran militant group that's fighting on President Bashar al-Assad's side in Syria.

SYRIA: Salim Idriss, the recently sacked head of the Free Syrian Army, rejected the dismissal; several top FSA commanders expressed support for him as their leader.

GOATS ON A STEEL RIBBON: Let's go to the video. (h/t Zoey.)

RABBITS stampede through the streets of Okunoshima.

DISCOVERED: The 'very hairy' marsupial which dies from 'frantic' mating.

ASIAN ELEPHANTS console each other like humans.

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Arctic Monkeys, Tony Joe White, Lucius, Raccoon   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & EDDIE VEDDER take the "Highway to Hell" in Melbourne.

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

TONY JOE WHITE stopped by World Cafe for a chat, mini-set, and pork salad.

LUCIUS plays a mini-set at KUTX.

LA LUZ plays a mini-set on KEXP's Midday Show.

ETERNAL SUMMERS drop "A Burial" as a single, and it's not funereal.

DAMON ALBARN plays his "Lonely Press Play" and Terry Jacks's "Seasons in the Sun" on the BBC for Twofer Tuesday.

THE WHO cover "Barbara Ann" and blast through "My Generation," live on French TV, circa 1966, for Twofer Tuesday.

ST VINCENT: Annie Clark writes about Twitter and self-promotion for The Guardian

WILLIS EARL BEAL knows he can be a difficult character.

XTC: The Quietus reassesses Oranges & Lemons 25 years later.

TEN 21st CENTURY 10/10s, as chosen by Clash Music.

TAYLOR SWIFT was heartbroken after she gave her virginity to Jake Gyllenhaal and he bailed on her 21st birthday party, leaving the singer locked in a bathroom crying the entire night, RadarOnline is exclusively reporting. Too good to check.

KATY PERRY & JOHN MAYER are not engaged, contra V-Day rumors.

EMILY BLUNT & JOHN KRASINSKI welcome a daughter named Hazel.

SELENA GOMEZ is hitting the bottle hard after bailing from rehab just weeks ago, according to TMZ.

LEONARDO DiCAPRIO spend V-Day with model-galpal Toni Garrn and her mother.

VENEZUELA ordered three American Embassy officials to leave the country, saying they had been recruiting students to take part in violent antigovernment protests, in the latest in a series of expulsions that have marked a low point in relations between the two countries.

SYRIA: The Supreme Military Council replaced head Salim Idriss with Brigadier Abdullah al-Bashir, citing "the difficulties faced by the Syrian revolution." An activist group said about 6,000 people have died in Syria since the Geneva II talks started, the highest daily toll in the conflict so far. The Al Nusrah Front and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham battled regime forces in Reef Dimashq.

IRAQ: The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 11 civilians in Baghdad and two more in Qayyarah, three soldiers in Kirkuk, two soldiers in Miqdadiyah, two Awakening fighters in Taza, a policeman in Baghdad, and a policeman near Mosul. An ISIS suicide bomber killed three policemen in Ramadi. Security forces killed 10 ISIS fighters in Anbar.

LEBANON: A military judge ordered the arrest of four Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham militants for membership in the al Qaeda-linked group and planning attacks in Lebanon.


A RACCOON pops bubblewrap.

PACKS OF CHIHUAHUAS are wreaking havoc in a Phoenix neighborhood.

AN AGGRESSIVE CAMEL was captured by sheriff's deputies and animal control in Southern California. Almost waited until tomorrow for this one.

A WHITE TIGER took up a disturbed man's offer for lunch.

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Beck, Death Vessel, John Butler, Birdy, Surfing Pig   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, February 17, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


MISSION OF BURMA covering "Paperback Writer" and "Rain" at the Bell House.

BECK advance streams Morning Phase.

DEATH VESSEL advance streams Island Intervals. May not sound like you think. 

THE JOHN BUTLER TRIO stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

BIRDY stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

THE AMERICAN BREED does some wonderfully bad lip-syncing in this wonderfully cheap clip for "Bend Me, Shape Me."

ELVIS COSTELLO talks to American Songwriter about his collaboration with The Roots. 

KIM GORDON talks to The Observer about life after Sonic Youth.

MOGWAI: Barry Burns talks to Brooklyn Vegan about the band's longevity, soundtracks, and more.

SUFJAN STEVENS wants to be rapper Mac Millan.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Lego Movie repeats atop the chart with a leggy 48 million on a mere 29 percent drop from its debut; that's dang good, even accounting for a longish Valentines/President's Day weekend. In context, 48 million would be the 5th biggest opening weekend in any February. Still performing like a Pixar pic (100 million in 8 days), with no competition until Mr Peabody shows up in March. The About Last Night remake places with 27 million against a 15 million budget.  The Robocop remake shows with 21 million, but only 26 million since opening last Wednesday against a 100 million budget; it will need hefty overseas grosses to wind up in the black, once marketing and such is factored in.  The Monuments Men takes the fourth slot with 15 million on  adecent 32 percent drop,  This one should recoup its 70 million production budget here, and make up the rest worldwide.  The Endless Love remake rounds out the Top 5 with 13.4 million against a reported 20 million budget.  Below the fold, Winter's Tale opened in seventh with 7.8 millionagainst a reported 45 million budget. Ouch.

ELLEN PAGE came out as a lesbian at the Time to Thrive conference Friday, though I can't imagine many are surprised.

CHARLIE SHEEN got engaged to former adult star Brett Rossi.

CHRISTINA AGUILERA got engaged to film producer Matthew Rutler.

SIMON COWELL and girlfriend Lauren Silverman welcomed their first child together, a baby boy named Eric.

CHRIS BROWN was sued over an alleged gang beating on a baketball court; he denies the gang affiliation.

JUSTIN BIEBER: Moving to Atlanta?

DARREN SHARPER allegedly drugged multiple women and raped them in his hotel room.

THE BAFTA AWARDS went to these folks.

GEORGE WASHINGTON: Though now lumped in with everyone for Presidents' Day, tomorrow is the birthday of the "Father of his Country."  In 1776, David McCullough notes that when Washington took command in July 1775, he thought he would be home at Mount Vernon by Christmas. McCullough catalogs Washington's blunders -- many of them nearly fatal to the Cause -- but concludes: "He was not a brilliant strategist or tactician, nor a gifted orator, not an intellectual... He had made serious mistakes in judgment. But experience had been his great teacher from boyhood... and above all, Washington never forgot what was at stake, and he never gave up." That, as much as anything, is why Washington is usually ranked among the greatest of US presidents. not to mention the subject of a profane, animated rap cartoon

VENEZUELA: In the midst of runaway violence, inflation, and shortages of basic goods, Venezuela's youth have taken to the streets-to take on its Orwellian government.

EGYPT: The army announced the arrest of 19 Muslim Brotherhood members in Ismailia.

SYRIA: Saudi Arabia will soon supply MANPADS and antiaircraft missiles to the Free Syrian Army from warehouses in Jordan and Turkey.

IRAQI forces fought Friday to retake part of a northern town and nearby areas seized by gunmen, killing over a dozen militants and at least temporarily regaining territory.

KAMA: The Surfing Pig. Everybody's heard about the pig.

CRAZY ANTS cover themselves with acid to attack fire ants.

BIRDS get scorched over solar farms.

A BULLDOG protects his adopted kittens... mass hysteria!

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GbV, Yuck, Phantogram, Tinariwen, Catpology   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


GUIDED BY VOICES drop a clip for "Planet Score," ft. comedian Rob Corddry and Matt Jones (Breaking Bad).

YUCK stopped by KEXP for a mini-set.

PHANTOGRAM is advance streaming Voices.

TINARIWEN is advance streaming Emmaar.

THE CARIBBEAN streams Moon Sickness

BLITZEN TRAPPER drops "Coming Home," an outtake from their 2013 album VII. Tasty.

PAUL McCARTNEY fielded an all-Macca ensemble for "Comin' Up."

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: "I make a sound like singing."

PAVEMENT: The Quietus reassesses Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain 20 years later.

ROSANNE CASH talks to Mashable about the music business, social media and how her father might have responded to the changing landscape.

AGAINST ME! Laura Jane Grace and and guitarist James Bowman talk to Rolling Stone about gender, dysphoria, and more.

PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN's diaries reveal a man who was troubled by “demons” and struggled to control them with Narcotics Anonymous meetings: “It definitely contained some soul-searching. But there is also a fair amount of rambling that doesn’t make sense.”


EVA MENDES talks about Valentine's Day without Ryan Gosling.

RHIANNA was basically bankrupt by the end of 2009.

BRUCE JENNER has Michael Jackson Syndrome.

PAULA DEEN's 75 million dollar comeback attempt.

SID CAESAR, one of the first stars created by television via his weekly live comedy program Your Show of Shows, died Wednesday in his home. He was 91.

THE UNITED KINGDOM: Police searched a residence in Crawley, West Sussex, said to have been the home of British suicide bomber Abdul Waheed Majid a.k.a. Abu Suleiman al-Britani, who detonated in an Al Nusrah Front assault on Aleppo prison in Syria last week.

THE UNITED STATES: Senior US intelligence officials offered a more alarming assessment of al-Qaeda than President Barack Obama’s declaration that the organization is on the run and headed toward defeat.

SYRIA: A senior U.S. intelligence official warned of a "very real" risk of extremist groups gaining control of Syrian chemical or biological weapons.



GATOR the PITBULL gets a second chance at life.

FISH ON WHEELS: Let's go to the video.

TRAFFIC STOP interrupted by wolves.

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Broken Bells, Suzanne Vega, New Bums, Shocking Pinks, Mohawk Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


QUILT drops a video for "Tie Up The Tides."

BROKEN BELLS performs a mini-set for WNYC Soundcheck.

SUZANNE VEGA plays "Luka", "Tom's Diner"and two new ones in a Tiny Desk Concert.

NEW BUMS advance stream Voices In A Rented Room.

SHOCKING PINKS advance stream their triple LP, Guilt Mirrors.

THE BLACK LIPS drop “Justice After All,” ahead of Underneath The Rainbow.

WOODS drop "Moving To The Left," ahead of With Light And With Love.

TEMPLE OF THE DOG: "Hunger Strike." Brrr.

PRINCE: Every hairstyle, 1978-2013.

THE HOLD STEADY: Noisey surveys the band's first decade.

RAY DAVIES, DONOVAN, Graham Gouldman, Mark James and Jim Weatherly are the latest group of inductees to the Songwriters Hall of Fame on June 12. Solid. From a Pate perspective, notable that Gouldman wrote "For Your Love."


THE TOP 10 BETA BAND SONGS, according to Stereogum.

SHIRLEY TEMPLE BLACK, ho as a dimpled, precocious and determined little girl in the 1930s sang and tap-danced her way to a height of Hollywood stardom and worldwide fame that no other child has reached, died on Monday night at her home in Woodside, Calif. She was 85. Her daughter Lori was a bassist for the Melvins.

TOM BROKAW revealed he has been diagnosed with cancer and said he and his physicians are very encouraged with the progress he is making.

JUSTIN BIEBER could be ordered to leave the US if he's charged and convicted of vandalism in the egging case... but it's unlikely.

KRISTEN STEWART: Director Rupert Sander's life is spiraling downward while he still holds a torch for her.

DAVID CASSIDY's wife files for divorce after his third DUI arrest. I think she doesn't love him. Get unhappy.

BILLY RAY CYRUS releases a hip-hop sequel to "Achy Breaky Heart," presumably to shame his daughter Miley.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: Happy 205th birthday to the 16th President of the United States. Even if you saw the Spielberg biopic, here are two things you may not have known about Honest Abe: (1) he was an early adopter of the telegraph; and (2) he once sported a punky haircut.

SYRIA: The Obama administration is engaged in a debate about the extent of the president’s powers to use lethal force against terrorist organizations, and the deliberations have been accelerated by al-Qaeda’s recent decision to sever ties with a violent Islamist group in Syria.

PAKISTAN: The Obama administration is considering authorizing the CIA or the military to kill an American citizen hiding in Pakistan who allegedly has helped Al Qaeda militants plan attacks against U.S. troops in neighboring Afghanistan and is actively plotting future attacks, officials said Monday.

AFGHANISTAN: US Forces-Afghanistan condemned the Afghan government's order to free 65 "dangerous individuals" from custody.

MOHAWK CAT: Let's go to the video.


NASAR THE HORSE came in from a snowstorm, decided he preferred the house.

CROCODILES can climb trees.

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