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Fitz & the Tantrums, Jayhawks, Wilco & Popeye   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 08:00 AM
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SLEIGH BELLS premiere a video for "Comeback Kid."

FITZ & THE TANTRUMS stopped by the KEXP studios for a session.

THE JAYHAWKS played a mini-set for Sound Opinions.

MAKRETA IRGLOVA (The Frames, Swell Season) stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from Thomas Patrick Maguire, Ceremony, and Sea of Bees highlight the latest edition of the long-running series.

TRAMPLED BY TURTLES drops "Alone" in advance of Stars and Satellites.

WILCO & POPEYE join up in the video for "Dawned On Me"... and in last Sunday's Popeye strip.

BOB MOULD & CRAIG FINN talk to Clash about growing up making rock music.  Finn also talks to Grantland about the Hold Steady, debauchery, and his evolving songwriting.

ALABAMA SHAKES are profiled at Rolling Stone.

FIONA APPLE looks set to return in 2012, following a long absence.

JOY DIVISION bassist Peter Hook said the Disney shirt was unauthorized, but found it interesting.

MICK JAGGER pulled out of an event due to be hosted by British Prime Minister David Cameron, after complaining that he was being used as a "political football."

DEMI MOORE had an seizure Monday night -- by one account caused by nitrous oxide -- before she was rushed to the hospital and is being treated for anorexia, among other issues, according to RadarOnline. Moore has dropped out of the Linda Lovelace biopic to enter treatment.

HEIDI KLUM & SEAL: "Friends" of the couple reveal that the couple took great pains to hide the cracks in what seemed to be a storybook romance.

KIRSTEN DUNST and new beau Garrett Hedlund were caught canoodling at the Sundance Film Festival.

MILEY CYRUS birthday gifted boyfriend Liam Hemsworth with a puppy and a x-rated cake. Classy.

CAMERON DIAZ: Her shiny face is reviewed by a plastic surgeon.

JASON SEGEL is to be awarded this year's Hasty Pudding man of the year prize.

JAMES FARENTINO, whose private life was sometimes as dramatic as the roles he played in theater and on television, died Tuesday at 73.

WARNING... WARNING!  Dick Tufeld, a longtime radio and TV announcer best known as the voice of the robot in the 1960s science-fiction TV series Lost in Space, died while watching the NFL playoffs. He was 85.

SEAL TEAM SIX rescued two foreign aid workers kidnapped in Somalia.

YEMEN: Fourty-six people were killed during fighting between Houthis and Salafists in Hajjah.

LIBYA: Gaddafi loyalists seized control of a Libyan mountain city in the most serious challenge to the central government since the strongman's fall, underlining the increasing weakness of Libya's Western-backed rulers as they try to unify the country under their authority.

PAKISTAN: Prime Minister Gilani has retracted his criticism of Pakistan's military. The Senate called on the military to shoot down US drones.

AFGHANISTAN: France said it is not planning on withdrawing its forces this year after six of its troops have been killed by Afghan security personnel. The US denied it planned to partition Afghanistan or modify the political system.

CAT IN THE CORNER: Let's go to the video.

A URINATING CAT brings the New Castle Fire department running.

A JACK RUSSELL TERRIER frightened intruders away from her owner's Warwickshire property.

A PENGUIN gets political in Kentucky.

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Wilco, Chairlift, Alabama Shakes, Loney Dear, Croc Attack   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 08:00 AM
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WILCO played "The Whole Love" and "Dawned On Me" for Conan and Twofer Wednesday.

CHAIRLIFT plays a full set at World Cafe Live.

ALABAMA SHAKES stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

LONEY DEAR has an interview and session at WFUV. (Thx, Chromewaves.)

JESSIE BAYLIN got an interview plus tracks on All Things Considered.

SAINT ETIENNE drops "Tonight," the band's first material since 2005.

BON JOVIVER: Inveitable.

NANCY SINATRA: "These Boots Are Made For Walking." Are you ready?

FLAMING LIPS frontman Wayne Coyne talks to PopMatters about everything from the Lips' most recent experiment, a 24-hour long song, what he thinks about the recent break-ups of Sonic Youth and R.E.M., a possible upcoming collaboration on a cover of "Strawberry Fields Forever" with Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon, and so much more ...

NEIL YOUNG complains to MTV about the quality of the sound of music today.

OF MONSTERS AND MEN: Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir talks to Interview about the art of storytelling, connecting with their listeners and making their own versions of fairytales.

JOY DIVISION meets Mickey Mouse.

DEMI MOORE is seeking professional assistance to treat her exhaustion, which might be code for something

HEIDI KLUM & SEAL: Their split shocks Seal and friends, but Heidi shopped for a divorce lawyer for weeks.

THE OSCAR NOMINATIONS went to these folks. Congrats!

JOHNNY DEPP & VANESSA PARADIS: She didn't exactly deny their rumored split.

HALLE BERRY asks a judge for an order prohibiting her baby daddy, Gabriel Aubry, from having any contact with their 3-year-old.

KRISTIN CAVALLARI & JAY CUTLER were surprised by her pregnancy. Oops.

JIM CARREY's 24-year-old daughter, who is heading to Hollywood on the hit show American Idol, was not treated just like any other hopeful, according to RadarOnline.

CYNTHIA NIXON is ruffling more than a few feathers in the LGBT community with her recent comment that she chooses to be gay.

JESSICA CHASTAIN talks to USA Today about he breakout year.

IRAN already has all the necessary elements to construct a nuclear weapon, the former head of Israel's military intelligence says.

PAKISTAN's fledgling democratic government, under increasing pressure from the military, appeased extremist groups, ignored army abuses, and failed to hold those responsible for serious abuses accountable in 2011, Human Rights Watch said in its World Report 2012.

AFGHANISTAN: The NATO-led coalition said there were no signs of organized infiltration of the Afghan security forces by insurgents, and it was too early to say if the Taliban were behind last week's killing of four French soldiers.

WHEN CROC ATTACKS: Dude had it coming.

PET HOARDING: Sheriff's deputies and officers from Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control had their hands full Friday night, evicting a woman and collecting the 66 cats she had accumulated in her home west of Delray Beach.

THE SWARM: Welsh Heritage park bosses could use bees to act as a deterrent to stop vandal attacks on historic buildings.

GRIEVING ELEPHANTS gathered 'round the lifeless body of a little calf after she died of a heart defect.

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New Releases, Fleet Foxes, Leonard Cohen, Bark Side   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, January 24, 2012 - 08:00 AM
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FLEET FOXES & JOANNA NEWSOM played a full set on Austin City Limits.

NEW RELEASES from Nada Surf, Craig Finn, Chairlift, Dion, First Aid Kit, and more are streaming this week at Spinner.

LEONARD COHEN is advance streaming Old Ideas.

ADAM ACURAGI is advance streaming Like a Fire That Consumes All Before It...

GOTYE is advance streaming Making Mirrors.

ANDREW BIRD drops "Eyeoneye" as the single from his upcoming LP.

BRENDAN BENSON drops "Bad For Me" in advance of Give Me My Change.

CONOR OBERST joins FIRST AID KIT on "King of the World."

JACKIE DeSHANNON: A rare French TV clip of "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" and "What Is This?" for Twofer Tuesday.

WILCO's Jeff Tweedy talks touring and evolving sounds with the San Francisco Chronicle.

ROBIN GIBB has opted to undergo an intense eight-week chemotherapy course, in an attempt to battle his life-threatening liver cancer.

EARL SCRUGGS was essayed at The New Yorker by Steve Martin.

J MASCIS has a bobblehead now.

HEIDI KLUM & SEAL confirmed the end of their seven-year marriage in a joint statement.  Apparently, the singer has a temper.

TRACY MORGAN was rushed to hospital in Park City, Utah, on Sunday after collapsing at the Sundance Film Festival.

KIM KARDASHIAN realized she had to get divorced after a session with psychic medium John Edward.

ARETHA FRANKLIN's wedding is off.

BRITNEY SPEARS may regain control over her finances as a wedding gift.

SIMON COWELL and fiancee Mezhgan Hussainy are "on a break" and have not seen each other for about a month.

HALLE BERRY's baby daddy Gabriel Aubry is being investigated for criminal child endangerment and battery - over an incident involving his and Halle's child.

REESE WITHERSPOON & RYAN REYNOLDS will star in a biopic of Margaret and Walter Keane, whose pop-eyed paintings became a sensation in the 1960s.

TERRY GILLIAM does a lightning round at The Guardian.

THE 40 BEST FILMS of 2011, according to PopMatters.

IRAN: The European Union banned Iranian oil imports. British and French naval ships joined the US carrier group in the Strait of Hormuz. The UN's nuclear watchdog agency confirmed it would send a mission to Iran by the end of January. Meanwhile, Iran's morality police are cracking down on the sale of Barbie dolls to protect the public from what they see as pernicious western culture eroding Islamic values.

SYRIA rejected an Arab League-sponsored plan for Assad to step down and hand over power to his deputy, calling it flagrant interference in Syria's internal affairs. The EU expanded sanctions. Russia signed a 550 million dollar deal to sell Syria 36 jet aircraft.

AFGHANISTAN: The EU has pledged 60 million Euros be used for reforms in government institutions.

THE BARK SIDE: It's an ad, but I couldn't help myself.

HEY, IS THAT A LOBSTER in your... oh, wait.

SNAKES in a SUV foil a carjacking.

TORTOISE LOVE: I've something and I can't get up.

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St. Vincent, Snow Patrol, Jon Spencer, Etta James RIP, Zebra Attack   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, January 23, 2012 - 08:00 AM
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ST. VINCENT played "Cheerleader" on Conan, with an allusion to Elvis Costello's classic Saturday Night appearance.

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

THE JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION stopped by KEXP for a session on video.

THE BIG PINK plays four cuts for a 4AD Session.

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

CULTS are profiled by the Boston Phoenix and play "Abducted" for Fallon.

ETTA JAMES, whose powerful, versatile and emotionally direct voice could enliven the raunchiest blues as well as the subtlest love songs, most indelibly in her signature hit, "At Last," died from leukemia complications on Friday morning in Riverside, Calif. She was 73. NPR has four more James picks with commentary. The Guardian expands the list to 10.

CRAIG FINN and the break his solo LP makes from the Hold Steady are essayed at the New York Times.

LUCINDA WILLIAMS talks to the L.A. Times about the moment Bob Dylan entered her life.

THE HORRORS' Faris Badwan talks to Drowned In Sound about writing and recording Skying.

PAUL McCARTNEY's cloud-based archive is impressive.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Underworld Awakening tops the chart with 25.4 million; it's the second highest opening of the series, likely due to the 3-D premium and the return of Kate Beckinsale in her catsuit.  With a 72 million budget, this should be modestly profitable once worldwide receipts and home video is accounted for.  Red Tails places with 19.1 million.  George Lucas self-financed the 58 million production budget and 35 million in ancillaries.  Bringing the Tuskeegee Airmen to the big screen may be a noble effort, but it may not be profitable, given the limited appeal it is likely to have overseas.  Contraband shows with 12 million on a sizable 50 percent drop; having recouped its budget opening weekend, this is gravy.  Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close expanded to the fourth slot with 10.5 million; the budget secrecy suggests that's likely not enough.  Haywire rounds out the Top 5 with 9 million, which was about as predicted, but middling against a 23 million budget; the international cast will likely be the key profit factor. Way below the fold, The Artist rode awards buzz to a 99% increase in business.

HAYWIRE: Steven Soderbergh's spies-gone-wrong picture  is well-executed, but I did not find anything particularly compelling about it.  The action pieces are interesting -- Soderbergh leaves out the music that normally scores such things, making them seem more realistic in the process, which has both an upside and a downside.  The cast is as uniformly good as you would expect from the names -- Michael Douglas, Michael Fassbender, Antonio Banderas, and Ewan MacGregor to name a few.  Fmr. MMA fighter Gina Carano holds her own against these relative heavyweights, but it remains to be seen whether she can grow beyond this sort of role.  Ultimately, the story was rather pedestrian and rarely gripping.  It's not a bad movie, but I could have waited for cable.  I note that most critics disagree with this assessment, while the oft-maligned CinemaScore gave this a D+, so it would appear I am a man of the people on this one.

HEIDI KLUM & SEAL are not headed for divorce court just yet, their reps are busy telling people.

KRISTIN CAVALLARI & JAY CUTLER are expecting a baby jerkface.

BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD and husband Seth Gabel welcomed a daughter on Thursday.

KATY PERRY unfollowed RUSSELL BRAND on Twitter, in case you were hoping for a reconciliation.

TWO'S COMPANY: Suzanne Somers knocks on Joyce DeWitt's door after 30 years of bad blood.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR really spun out of control after Jack Wagner called off their engagement, as many expected.

SYRIA: The Arab League extended its monitoring mission for another month and declined an opposition request to refer the matter to the UN. Saudi Arabia withdrew from the mission, saying the "Syrian government did not execute any of the elements of the Arab resolution plan."

IRAN warned Saudi Arabia against raising oil production to replace embargoed Iranian oil. Iran also asked India to pay for oil in yen to help circumvent sanctions.

AFGHANISTAN: Pres. Karzai said that he has negotiated with members of the Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin.

PAKISTAN: Taliban terrorists released a video showing the execution of 15 Pakistani soldiers whose bodies were found earlier this month after they were kidnapped in northwestern Pakistan.

WHEN ZEBRA ATTACKS: Let's go to the video.

DEXTER the CAT rejoins his family after four years missing.

DAY OF THE DOLPHIN: If Iran closes the Strait of Hormuz, the U.S. Navy has a backup plan to save one-fifth of the world's daily oil trade: send in the dolphins.

KALA: The Gene Simmons of bears.

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Pretenders, Sharon Van Etten, Yuck, Crooked Fingers, Springsteen, Pazz & Jop   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, January 20, 2012 - 08:00 AM
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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

....wtih THE PRETENDERS! Circa 1981, via one of Pate's two fab drummers, Jon Hahn.  Your setlist includes "The Wait," "The Adultress," "Message of Love/Louie Louie," "Talk of the Town," "English Roses," "Birds of Paradise," "Kid," "Stop Your Sobbing," "Private Life," "Day After Day," "Jealous Dogs, " Up the Neck," "Tattooed Love Boys," "Bad Boys Get Spanked," "Precious," and "Brass In Pocket/MysteryAchievement."

SHARON VAN ETTEN stopped by WNYC Soundcheck for a session.

YUCK plays a session at Laundro-Matinee.

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

ELBOW stopped by WFUV for a session.

PORCELIN RAFT is advance streaming Strange Weekend.

JESSIE BAYLIN: Whitney Matheson compares Baylin's Little Spark LP, which boasts arrangements by Jimmy Haskell and Richard Swift, to prime Dusty Springfield.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: Two advance tracks from Wrecking Ball. Commentary at The Record, including a Flock of Seagulls reference.

FRANKIE ROSE drops "Night Swin" ahead of Interstellar.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: New tracks from Leonard Cohen, Magnetic Fields, Lambchop, White Rabbits and more highlight the latest edition of the long-running series.

WE FIVE: Because "You Were On My Mind," natch.

PAZZ & JOP 2011 is posted at the Village Voice.

WILCO: Jeff Tweedy talks to Arizona Central about  the 10-year anniversary of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, The Whole Love" and that line about setting the kids on fire in "I Might." John Stirratt talks to the Phoenix New Times about the band's Grammy nomination (Best Rock Album), the new album, the current Wilco lineup, and why people didn't seem to enjoy "happy" Wilco. (Thx, LHB.)

CRAIG FINN talks to the NYP about songwriting in his Brooklyn home, where he keeps a shrine to Paul Westerberg.

FLEET FOXES drummer J. Tillman has left the band.

SMASHING PUMPKINS: 20th anniversary assessments of Gish at Aquarium Drunkard.

MOUNTAIN GOATS: John Darnielle talks pop and politics with the Austin American-Statesman.

JOHNNY OTIS, R & B pioneer, bandleader, producer, radio and TV host and composer, died on Tuesday at his home near Los Angeles. He was 90 years old.

CUTOUT BIN: From REM to the Isley Bros, from Dropkick Murphys to Barry White, from Glen Campbell to Camper van Beethoven, plus Paul Westerberg, Rockpile, the Cardigans, the Lyres 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 Underworld Awakening, which has not been screened for critics; Red Tails, which is currently scoring 31 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and Haywire, which is scoring 87 percent.  Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close expands wide at 49 percent.

MARK WAHLBERG apologized for saying he could have overpowered the 9/11 terrorists.

JOHNNY DEPP & VANESSA PARADIS: Already living separate lives?

DEXTER stars Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter getting a second chance at love? They were... wait for it... caught canoodling earlier this week.

ADELE sets the record straight about her boyfriend.

CHRIS HEMSWORTH and wife Elsa Pataky are expecting their first child.

ZOE SALDANA rushed to the aid of an elderly woman who had reportedly gotten into a car accident in Culver City, CA.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR had a blowout altercation with ex-fiancé Jack Wagner, according to the ever-reliable Star magazine.

KELLY OSBOURNE has fallen off the wagon and is back to boozing, according to RadarOnline.

MICHAEL FASSBENDER talks to THR about shooting nude, being poor, and his Oscars date.

YEMEN: A tribal leader whose brother, Tariq al Dhahab, took control of the town, said senior Yemeni leaders conspired with al Qaeda to take control of Rada'a.

SYRIA: Britain called for harsher sanctions on Syria, while Russia said it would work with China to block efforts at the UN.

LIBYAN forces freed the governor of the Algerian province of Illizi, who was captured yesterday by three purported al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb fighters.

AFGHANISTAN: The former leader of Taliban's Jaish-ul-Muslimin Movement, Sayed Mohammad Akbar Agha, said on Wednesday that the continuation of secret talks between the US and the Taliban could yield positive results for both sides.

A DOG saved two girls from a venomous snake.

BURMESE PYTHONS may soon be banned from import to the US. So if you were in the market for one, time is running short.

ZOO ELEPHANTS kept together with help from Bob Barker.

ALASKAN DOG SLED RACE called due to weather.

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