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T Rex, Los Lobos, Dungen, Wand, Don Henley, Dog & Piglet   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 18, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with T.REX! Marc Bolan died on September 17, 1977, so here's a few items off the beaten path, like this working version of "Get It On (Bang A Gong)," which is a little nsfw toward the end.  French TV is the source for live clips of "Hot Love," "Cadillac," "Telegram Sam" and "Jeepster" circa 1972, as well as "Ride A White Swan" from 1970. The band's "Baby Strange" later found its way into Big Star's setlists.  Still, "20th Century Boy" may be my favorite track from the band. Wanna go deeper? Check out the documentary, The Story Of Marc Bolan & T.Rex.

LOS LOBOS advance streams Gates of Gold.

DUNGEN advance streams the oh-so-trippy Allas Sak.

JULIA HOLTER advance streams Have You In My Wilderness.

WAND advance streams to oh-so-trippy 1000 Days.

YOUTH LAGOON advance streams Savage Hills Ballroom.

DON HENLEY advance streams the countrified Cass County.

ALEX BLEEKER & THE FREAKS: The Real Estate freak-folk project drops a couple of tracks from Country Agenda

ALMOST FAMOUS turns 15, prompting a terrific Pitchfork essay about the gifting of music, as well as a Mental Floss listicle of factoids about the film. Plus the obligatory "Tiny Dancer."

THE REPLACEMENTS, in 60 Rebellious,Romantic Minutes

BATTLES: John Stanier shares an eclectic list of his favorite LPs for The Quietus

DARLENE LOVE talks to the L.A. Times about "introducing" herself at age 74. 

BLONDIE: Ten of Their Best

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, which is currently scoring 44 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and Black Mass, which is currently scoring 75 percent.  Captive opens near-wide at 40 percent.  Everest opens on 546 IMAX screens, scoring 71 percent.

DWAYNE "THE ROCK" JOHNSON and his longtime girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, are expecting their first child together. 

KRIS JENNER was not a fan of daughter Kylie Jenner's lip injections. 

CHRIS BROWN is at the center of an assault investigation after a woman claimed she was forcibly thrown off his tour bus in Colorado. 

MICHAEL FASSBENDER & ALICIA VIKANDER have split after less than a year of dating. 

RUSSIA: Amid increasing unease and uncertainty over Russia’s intentions, the Obama administration plans to accept an offer from Russia for direct talks on its military buildup in Syria that U.S. officials believe is aimed at propping up Syrian President Bashar Assad. 

IRAN urged its Gulf Arab neighbors to reconcile themselves to the international rapprochement that led to its July nuclear agreement with world powers.  Good luck with that. 

A DOG and a PIGLET, playing together... mass hysteria!

LIVE NUDE DOGS!  Free lap dances

THE HORSE is the designataed driver

ODD JOB? Bear Trainer

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Tommy Stinson, Luna, Spooner Oldham, Grubs, Terrier   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 17, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


RYAN ADAMS languidly covered "Cinnamon Girl" at NeilFest.

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

LUNA, Live at The Garage, July 31, 2015

SPOONER OLDHAN covers Percy Sledge, The Shirelles, and Ben Atkins at Aquarium Drunkard

GRUBS streams It Must Be Grubs. More twee than you'd think.

NEW ORDER drops "Plastic" ahead of Music Complete.

LANDLADY covers Talking Heads' "Mind."

THE LAST SHADOW PUPPETS are "Standing Next to Me."

CHRISSIE HYNDE clarified her comments on rape.

DO WE NEED OLD SOUL? Emily Lordi, an assistant professor in the English department of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, talks retro soul and neo-soul at NPR

BATTLES: John Stanier talks to PopMatters about the latest mutation of the band's sound.

ALVVAYS: Molly Rankin and Alec O'Hanley talk to Drowned In Sound about touring, recording, influences and more.

REESE WITHERSPOON climbed a skyscraper, but didn't have the Best Time Ever. 

MATT DAMON sort of apologized for his comments regarding diversity in Hollywood.

ELIZABETH BANKS has been courted to direct a Charlie's Angels reboot

CAITYN JENNER is not interested in dating right now.

HART TO HART may get a gay reboot for the small screen. 

GAMBIT now loses its director, Rupert Wyatt.

PACIFIC RIM 2 has been halted indefinitely and will be pushed back (if it gets made at all). That's just one tidbit in a larger story about King Kong and Godzilla.

IRAN has released five senior al Qaeda operatives from detention and will soon allow them to leave the country, prompting fears they will join other terrorists in Syria planning attacks on the West.

SAUDI ARABIA makes a nuclear energy push, undoubtedly like Iran's push for peaceful nuclear energy.

THE UNITED STATES ic confounded by Chinese and Iranian cyber-threats. 

JUDY THE TERRIER rats out her friend

LARGE SNAKES invade toilets in the search for water in North Queensland. 

A NOSY DOG checks on the neighbors

KAYAKERS survive a humpback whale landing on them. 

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Dave & Phil Alvin, Baio, Bikini Kill, All Songs, Crocodile   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


DEERHUNTER drops a video for “Breaker” ahead of Fading Frontier.

DAVE & PHIL ALVIN (The Blasters) are streaming their latest covers LP, Lost Time.

BAIO (Chris from Vampire Weekend) advance streams The Names.

BIKINI KILL streams the Revolution Girl Style Now reissue.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED previews the 16th annual AmericanaFest.

SHARON VAN ETTEN covers Donovan's "Teen Angel."

BLACK LIPS drop the jangly "Freedom Fries" as part of a split single.

TRACKS drops their debut single, "Moonlight."

THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN: Because there's "Something In The Air." It's all happening.

SHARON JONES announced her cancer has returned. Our best wishes and prayers for her.

DEVO: Jerry Casale has apologized after pictures of him celebrating his recent wedding with a September 11-themed party emerged online.

A-HA: How they made "Take On Me."

SONGS OF THE SUMMER: A short history from Pitchfork.

THE JUNGLE BOOK: Disney's live action remake has a trailer online.

JESSICA ALBA was shoved by Kylie Jenner's bodyguards at NY's Fashion Week.

BEN AFFLECK is still spending time with his estranged family.

JOHNNY DEPP paid tribute to Wes Craven at the Toronto International Film Festival.

WOODY HARRELSON  has nabbed one of the leading human roles in the latest Planet of the Apes installment.

PHILADELPHIA: The FBI quietly arrested a 15-year-old boy outside of Philadelphia last month for allegedly threatening to launch an ISIS-inspired assault on Pope Francis while the world leader tours the United States next week, ABC News has learned.

NORTH KOREA said on Tuesday its main nuclear complex was operating and it was working to improve the "quality and quantity" of weapons which it could use against the United States at "any time."

IRAN: How one enterprising Iranian expat family and its allies successfully pushed for U.S.-Iran rapprochement-and now stands to make a fortune from sanctions relief.

CROCODILES have incredibly strong tails.

D.C.'s FIRST CAT CAFE adds cat yoga.

SEA TURTLES endangered by selfie-seeking tourists.

FUNNY RIVER: An ironic spot for a bear attack.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: A vampire squirrel slays a deer.

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Gary Richrath RIP, Jason Isbell, Roger Lion, Ought, Giant Crabs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


GARY RICHRATH, the REO Speedwagon guitarist who wrote some of the band's biggest hits, including "Take It on the Run" and "In Your Letter," died Sunday, according to a Facebook post by REO lead singer Kevin Cronin. They were a big band in Illinois years before they hit nationally and one of the frst big rock shows I attended as a wee lad, so I will always have a certain sympathy for Richrath's textbook 70s guitar leads.  Let's celebrate his career with this sizeable chunk from the Midnight Special. (h/t John Davey)

JASON ISBELL played a mini-set for Spotify.

ROGER LION: Joe Pernice and Budo advance stream their self-titled debut.

OUGHT advance streams Sun Coming Down.

FIRE TALK advance streams their debut, R/T Hawaii.

THE DECEMBERISTS drop "Why Would I Now?" ahead of the Florasongs EP.

GIVERS drop "Bermuda" ahead of New Kingdom.

SILVERSUN PICKUPS drops “Circadian Rhythm (Last Dance)" ahead of Better Nature.

THE SUPREMES perform "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "Somewhere" from West Side Story in October 1966 for Twofer Tuesday.

JACK WHITE and PATRICK CARNEY (Black Keys) almost got into a bar fight.

MOGWAI's Stuart Braithwaite talks to Exclaim about Minor Victories, his side band with Slowdive's Rachel Goswell and Editors' Justin Lockey, along with his brother James Lockey. (Thx, Frank Yang.)

DAVE GAHAN talks to Pitchfork about Soulsavers and the future of Depeche Mode.

HOW CAN PARENTS Make Time For Music.

ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER has been named the new host of The Celebrity Apprentice, replacing the dumped Trump.

MATT DAMON explains diversity to a black filmmaker.

ELLEN PAGE walked the Toronto International Film Festival red carpet with her girlfriend Samantha Thomas.

TAYLOR SWIFT is reprotedly getting serious about new boyfriend Calvin Harris.

RACHEL McADAMS is officially in the cast of Marvel's Doctor Strange. I would guess she will play the doc's guide/assistant Clea.

ELISABETH OLSEN: The Scarlet Witch talks to Refinery29 about playing Hank Williams' first wife opposite Loki, and criticism of women in the Marvel universe.

MARY POPPINS looks to be returning to the big screen in a new adventure.

SPECTRE: There's fresh footage in the latest TV spot.

RUSSIA is using an air corridor over Iraq and Iran to fly military equipment and personnel to a new air hub in Syria, openly defying American efforts to block the shipments and significantly increasing tensions with Washington.

IRAN  has discovered an unexpectedly high reserve of uranium and will soon begin extracting the radioactive element at a new mine, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization said on Saturday.

GIANT LAND CRABS invade central Florida.

A MONKEY ON THE LAM from four Kentucky agencies on a 2-day chase has finally been taken in.

A TORTOISE ON THE LAM is hunted by a police dog.

AND THERE WERE PIGLETS all over the motorway.

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You may have noticed we had some hosting issues this weekend...   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 14, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


...so I'll be back Tuesday with the usual. Meanwhile:

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Perfect Guy edged The Visit for the top slot by just 1MM -- 26.7MM to 25.7MM. Screen Gems seems to do well with modestly-budgeted horror and thriller pics like The Perfect Guy.  M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit is the first pic by the director that wasn't widely mocked by critics, and this opening looks pretty darn good against a mere 5MM budget (put up by Shyamalan).  War Room shows with 7.4MM on a leggy 22 percent drop, witha 39MM total against a 3MM production budget.  A Walk in the Woods drops 44 percent to take in 4.6MM, which is likely enough to take it to breakeven next week. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation rounds out the Top 5 with 4.2MM and pushes past 612MM worldwide as the Chinese co-production finally opened in the People's Republic.

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