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Goodman & Morgan, Dolfish, Florence + The Machine, Moose & Drone   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 16, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


CASS McCOMBS drops a video for "Opposite House."

KATY GOODMAN & GRETA MORGAN stream their laidback Punk covers LP, Take It, It’s Yours.

DOLFISH streams Foreclosure American Dreams.

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE has three new tracks on the Final Fantasy XV soundtrack.

BIG STAR: The demo for “Like St. Joan (Kanga Roo)” appears before the Third super-deluxebox set.

JOHN K. SAMSON (Weakerthans) advance steams “Postdoc Blues,” the first song from Winter Wheat.

THE WHO: "I'm One" and "Dr. Jimmy" at the Cow Palace in 1973 provide your Twofer Tuesday.

PUBLIC IMAGE LTD: It's going to take more than a thrown bottle to stop John Lydon, who will bleed for you.

MEET THE BEATLES by pulling the greatest prank evah.

OKKERVIL RIVER's Will Scheff talks to Consequence of Sound about the themes and upheaval leading to the new LP.

BARBARA GIBB, mother to the Brothers (and their early manager) has died at age 95.

JOHNNY DEPP accidentally cut off his fingertip in a fit of rage ...and then it gets weird...

ADELE revealed that she turned down the opportunity to perform at 2017's Super Bowl halftime show. The NFL and Pepsi claim they never offered.

THOMAS GIBSON considers a lawsuit after his dismissal from Criminal Minds.

KEVIN HART married longtime girlfriend Eniko Parrish in a wedding in California.

BELLA THORNE & GREGG SULKIN are going their separate ways after a year together.

TOM HIDDLESTON talks to THR about his Emmy nomination for The Night Manager, those tabloid rumors and his heroic role years in the making.

FANTASTIC BEASTS & WHERE TO FIND THEM has an Olympics trailer.

A NORWEGIAN MOOSE befriends a drone. Isn't it good?

A CYBORG STINGRAY, powered by a rat's heart, with some frickin' lasers.

AN ANGRY MONKEY will throw his poop at you. The More You Know.

A GIRAFFE WITH NO NECK? Thankfully, no.

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Bon Iver, Lisa Hannigan, Chris Staples, Slow Club, Dog Rescue   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 15, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


JULIEN BAKER covers Springsteen's "Badlands" for charity.

BON IVER debuted their new album, 22, A Million, at the EauClaires Festival.

LISA HANNIGAN advance streams At Swim.

CHRIS STAPLES advance streams Golden Age.

SLOW CLUB advance streams One Day All Of This Won't Matter Anymore.

REGINA SPEKTOR shares "Small Bill$" ahead of Remember Us To Life.

THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE: "Stone Free," live in Frankfurt. Dig this, baby.

JEFF TWEEDY provides a Field Guide to Chicago. (Thx, Frank Yang.)

ERIC CLAPTON has a big fish story for you.

ANGEL OLSEN is reinventing herself as a rock-and-roller.

THE TOP 10 RADIOHEAD SONGS, according to Paste.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Suicide Squad repeats atop the chart with 43.8MM....but that's a 67 percent drop from its opening frame, much like the 69 percent drop of Batman v Superman.The latest DC pic has grossed over 465MM worldwide, so it's very likely to profit, but it seems like this "universe" is increasingly on thin ice. Sausage Party placed with a remarkably strong 33.6MM, about double of pre-opening estimates. If it has any legs (no pun intended and a tough call against a "B" Cinemascore), it will clean up on a 19MM budget.  Pete's Dragon showed with 21.5MM, right in line with estimates; it will need good word-of-mouth and strong overseas receipts against a 65MM budget. Jason Bourne drops to the fourth slot with 13.6MM and is only about 2/3 of the way to profit worldwide.  Bad Moms rounds out the Top Five with 11.5MM, a leggy performannce here, with more to comein foreign markets.

KENNY BAKER, the 3ft 8in actor, who starred as R2-D2 in six Star Wars films, as well as Time Bandits and Flash Gordon, has died at age 81.

JOHNNY DEPP went crazy on Amber Heard in their kitchen, throwing a wine bottle and glass ... and she videotaped it.

THOMAS GIBSON has been dismissed from Criminal Minds after reports he kicked a writer-producer.

AN OPEN LETTER TO WARNER BROS. Anonymous, but brutal.

MEL GIBSON: Don't call it a comeback?

WERNER HERZOG analyzes Kanye West's "Famous" video.

A WOMAN and her DOG are rescued in the Baton Rouge floods.

THE SWARM: Honey bees took down an unlikely victim this summer — the U.S. Air Force's most advanced fighter jet.

A MANATEE MATING BALL stopped traffic on the Courtney Campbell Causeway in Tampa.

A CAT and her owner are not soon parted.

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Elvis, Lydia Loveless, John Paul White, Tobacco, Woodstock, Grizzly vs Cow   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 12, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



with ELVIS PRESLEY! The King died on August 16, 1977, but remains a global pop phenomenon, so it's worth a recap of highlights from his legendary career.  For the 30th anniversary, Canada's Star-Phoenix, discussing ten important parts of Elvis history worth reliving, noted: "His was a sequined coat of many colours: '50s Greaser Elvis. Military Elvis. Hollywood Elvis. Aloha from Hawaii Elvis. Vegas Elvis. And, ultimately, Dead Fat Elvis."  The BBC had friend and aide Sonny West recall life with The King. 

ACTION NEWS 5 still has its local coverage from Aug. 16-17, 1977 (here, here, here and here) on the Tube, where you can also see funeral footage from the UK.  Here's read the obit that ran the next day in the Washington Post. Elvis Presley News recaps the international headlines from the event and links to the eulogy at his funeral. On a happier note, check out what is likely the first footage taken of Elvis, with backstage shots of Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Buddy Holly in 1955; shades of Walk The Line!  Let's start with his performance of "Hound Dog" o­n The Milton Berle Show six months later, not o­nly because it's historic, but also because Paul Miller and I often reached for it when we would stumble into our KUSR shift at the last minute -- on the broadcast, Uncle Miltie vamped for awhile, which gave us time to pull records for the show.  He was also iconic in "Jailhouse Rock" that year.  Elvis sang a mashup of "Love Me Tender" and "Witchcraft" with Frank Sinatra when he got back from the Army.  All of his movies -- such as "Viva Las Vegas" --made money, but his musical career stalled in the 1960s until he electrified and charmed the public with his televised '68 Comeback Special.  1970 finds him singing "In The Ghetto" and "Suspicious Minds" in the jumpsuit, though pre-bloated.  I'm going to throw in "Little Sister" just 'cause I like it.  Sadly, in a few short years, bloated jumpuit Elvis would be delivering a wacked-out take on "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" -- though to be fair, this audio-only version from 1969 is even more demented and he knows it.  I would rather remember Jumpsuit Elvis for the signature horns that open "See See Rider."  a tribute to his enduring legacy as the fact that he could hit the charts decades after his death with a remix of "A Little Less Conversation," a video subtly recalling "Jailhouse Rock," and Paul Oakenfold's remix of "Rubberneckin'"The King may be gone, but the brand lives on, making millions and recruiting new fans under the watchful eyes of Elvis Presley Enterprises and CKX, Inc.

GREETINGS FROM GRACELAND:  It must be said, however, that Elvis Presley Enterprises did not have a good handle on the King's affairs in the years immediately following his death.  Chicago radio personalities Steve Dahl and Garry Meier won a local emmy for their 1981 comedic look at what was then a very seedy exploitation of Elvis in Memphis. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7.)

MOJO NIXON & SKID ROPER: "Elvis Is Everywhere."

LYDIA LOVELESS advance streams Real.

JOHN PAUL WHITE (Civil Wars) advance streams Beulah.

TOBACCO (Black Moth Super Rainbow) advance streams Sweatbox Dynasty.

THE IMPERIAL SOUND: Skipper and Pigtail Dick of The New Duncan Imperials bring together a cohort of veteran musicians and friends for "Six To A Room."

WOODSTOCK: On Aug. 15-17, 1969, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in a lovely natural amphitheater in Bethel (not Woodstock), NY for "three days of peace and music," including sets from Crosby, Stills and NashThe Who, Santana, Joe Cocker, Jefferson AirplaneArlo Guthrie, Canned HeatJimi Hendrix, and the proverbial many more.

WHITE DENIM is profiled by the Irish Times. (Thx, LHB.)

FRIGHTENED RABBIT's Scott Hutchinson had a Twitter meltdown. Hope he's alright.

SAINT ETIENNE thinks Britpop ruined everything?

THE 20 BEST LEONARD COHEN SONGS, according to Paste.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include the reboot of Pete's Dragon, which is currently scoring 87 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Sausage Party, which is scoring 85 percent; and Florence Foster Jenkins, scoring 90 percent.

FAST 8: The feud between vin Diesel and Duane Johnson has been months in the making.

THOMAS GIBSON has been suspended from the hit television series Criminal Minds after kicking a writer-producer in the leg.

MATT LeBLANC explains how his friendship with Friends costar Matthew Perry will forever stand the test of time.

BRAD PITT is courting DAVID FINCHER for the World War Z sequel.

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING gets another villain.

ROGUE ONE has a new trailer online.

YOUNG HAN SOLO will have a Young Lando Calrissian.

THE X-FILES: The so-called three principals - stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, plus creator Chris Carter - are in "significant talks" for more episodes.

GRIZZLY BEAR vs COW: Not much of a fight, as it turns out.

FISH WITH HUMAN-LIKE TEETH are turning up in Michigan lakes.

A RARE BLUE LOBSTER was caught off the coast of Cape Cod.

A RESCUE KITTY with a heart condition gets an "Iron Man" vest to help protect his heart.

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JEFF the Brotherhood, Luther Dickinson, Mitski, Catpipes   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 11, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BELLE & SEBASTIAN  released an unofficial theme song for the 2016 Rio Olympics, titled “Olympic Village, 6am."

JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD advance streams Zone.

LUTHER DICKINSON stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

MITSKI also stopped by the World Cafe.

PSYCHIC TV advance streams "Alienist," the title track to their next album.

TOY shares "Silver" ahead of Clear Shot.

INXS: "Don't Change." Because it's the time of year for Adventureland.

JEFF BECK, after 50 years, gets political. And cruises to Mel's Drive-In.

THE BEATLES' Revolver is considered a classic at 50...but The Kinks' Ray Davies wasn't a fan at the time. (Thx, Jay!)

ED SHEERAN has been accused of copying elements of Marvin Gaye’s "Let’s Get It On" for his hit single "Thinking Out Loud."

WARPAINT talks to DIY about getting fired up for their third LP.

GHOSTBUSTERS: The reboot is headed for a 70MM+ loss, with a sequel moving offstage in favor of cheaper animated spinoffs.

OCEAN'S 8 adds Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, Awkwafina, Helena Bonham Carter, and Mindy Kaling to its cast.

BAD SANTA 2 has a very NSFW red-band teaser trailer online.

AQUAMAN's villain is revealed.

JUSTIN BIEBER held hands with Sofia Richie, 17, on the beach after wild skinny-dipping romp in Hawaii with gaggle of girls.

KENDALL JENNER is “full-on dating” rapper A$AP Rocky.

THE ISLAMIC STATE: A leading U.S. general pressured his intelligence analysts into playing down the ISIS and al Qaeda threats, according to a congressional task force.

MAN USES CAT as bagpipes.

CAPYBARAS have decided to take control over the Olympic golf course in Rio.

A FARMER SHOOTS A DOG for mauling his mini-pigs.

AN OSTRICH on the lam in Wales.

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Jayhawks, Edward Sharpe, All Songs, Matt Valentine, Dolphin   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 10, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


EL VY shares the video for "Careless," thus completing a video version of the entirety of Return to the Moon.

THE JAYHAWKS played a Tiny Desk Concert.

EDWARD SHARPE & THE MAGNETIC ZEROS stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from Blood Orange, Joyce Manor, and Femme highlight the latest episode.

MATT "MV" VALENTINE covers Big Star's "Thirteen."

THE TEMPTATIONS: "I Can't Get Next To You."

THE DESCENDENTS critiqued Rolling Stone's list of the greatest Punk albums.

CASE/LANG/VEIRS talk collaboration on the PBS NewsHour.

FIELD MUSIC list some of their musical inspirations.

NEW ORDER launches a beer.

MEGAN FOX & BRIAN AUSTIN GREEN welcomed a baby boy named Journey River.

THE FAST & FURIOUS 8 cast had it out after The Rock ranted about unprofessional male co-stars.

AMBER HEARD refused to go under oath Saturday for her deposition ... so claim Johnny Depp's lawyers, who want the judge to call BS on her and dismiss the domestic violence case. But if not dismissed, Depp has a lengthy witness list.

ADELE at the SuperBowl halftime show?

KIM KARDASHIAN doesn't think she's a feminist. Do feminists want to claim her?

IRAQ: The fight against ISIS — which continues to be largely waged from the air — has also leveled entire neighborhoods, displaced millions and redrawn the Iraqi map.

A DOLPHIN seized an iPad at SeaWorld Orlando.

A DOG discovered something NSFW during an afternoon walk.

PAINTING TURTLE SHELLS is illegal in Florida.

A RESCUE PUPPY & A COW, living together... mass hysteria!

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