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Wilco, Weaves, Mono, Corgi   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


KING NUN drops a pretty vintage-style video for "Tulip," which owes a bit to the White Stripes.

WILCO stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

WEAVES stopped by World Cafe for a mini-set.

MONO is streaming Requiem For Hell.

DAVID HOLMES & SONG SUNG cover 10cc's "I'm Not In Love."

THE MAMAS & PAPAS: All the leaves are brown so it's "California Dreamin'" and "Nowhere Man" for Twofer Tuesday

TALKING HEADS Chris Franz and Tina Weymouth watch a Fred Arimsen / Bill Hader mockumentary sending up their old band.

THE LAST WALTZ is getting the super-deluxe 40th anniversary reissue.

LAURIE ANDERSON assembled a playlist of the Lou Reed originals she feels best represent him.

THOMAS DOLBY: Brooklyn Vegan excerpts the part of his memoirs about making the video for "She Blinded Me With Science".

BEN AFFLECK's team is accused of editing and deleting segments of just-filmed TV interviews with the actor at a press junket for the new movie The Accountant before releasing the footage to the reporter who carried out the interview.

CASEY AFFLECK faces a second sexual harassment lawsuit.

BILLY BUSH was suspended from the Today show after the airing of his 2005 hot mic conversation with Donald Trump.

JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBERG talks to Katie Kouric about Donald Trump, Cloin Kaepernick and the law.

ARMY OF ONE, in which Nicolas Cage is on a mission from God to capture Osama bin Laden, has a trailer online.

HELLBOY 3: Ron Perlman is working on it; no one else is.

A CORGI on a carousel, trying to catch up to you.

AS GOD AS MY WITNESS: One turkey died after being thrown from an airplane during a "Turkey Trot" festival in Arkansas.

A STORK waited out Hurricane Matthew in the restroom.

A RANDY CAPYBARA is on the lam and looking for love.

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McCartney, Rolling Stones, Green Day, KT Tunstall, Dug the Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 10, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


PAUL McCARTNEY busts out a rare "I Wanna Be Your Man" and joins NEIL YOUNG on "Why Don't We Do it in the Road?" and "A Day in the Life" on the Desert Trip.

THE ROLLING STONES covered The Beatles' "Come Together" and Dylan's "Desolation Row," along with the blues standard “Ride ‘Em On Down."

GREEN DAY dropped Revolution Radio on Spotify and Apple Music.

KT TUNSTALL played a mini-set at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.

BOOKER T & THE MG's: "Green Onions," live in '68.

STEELY DAN got an indie music tribute. Instagram videos included.

SUZANNE VEGA talks to The Guardian about her confused identity growing up, and her new album drawn from her one-woman play about US writer Carson McCullers.

TOM WAITS is locked in an angry dispute with one of France’s favorite performers, the avant-garde circus star Bartabas the Furious.

ROBERT GOLDSTEIN, guitarist for the Urban Verbs and later NPR's music librarian, died from cancer at age 66.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Girl on the Train topped the chart with 24.7MM, a debut good enough that it likely won't depend on overseas markets to profit, though a notch or two behind a similar movie, Gone Girl, in this frame.  Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children showed with 15MM, a 48 percent drop from its debut and a showing underscoring its need for foreign receipts.  Deepwater Horizon showed with 11.7MM on a 42 perecent drop, and is even less likely to benefit from foreign markets, given the subject-matter. The Magnificent Seven remake took the fourth slot with 9.1MM on a 41 percent drop, but this one likely profits based on overseas sales.  Storks rounded out the Top Five with 8.4 million and still looks unprofitable, despite crossing 100MM worldwide.

ACCESS HOLLYWOOD October surprised presidential candidate Donald Trump, which you would not believe if I wrote it in a novel.

THE APPRENTICE's producer, Mark Burnett, has threatened staffers who could release potentially damaging outtakes of Donald Trump from the show.

BRANGELEXIT: Brad Pitt will not be prosecuted for the incident on his private jet; there was never an investigation in the first place because FBI sources say there's no case.

SIGOURNEY WEAVER has been officially announced as the yet-unnamed villainess in Marvel's The Defenders on Netflix.

POWER RANGERS has a trailer online.

PIXAR's DUG THE DOG, in Real Life.

SHARKS like AC/DC and that album they make.

WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD? Dundee Police have launched an inquiry.

PETS are now getting medical marijuana.

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R.E.M., Purling Hiss, Muddy Magnolias, Pop & Obachan, the Stones, RIP Area Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 07, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with R.E.M! Live at the Capital Theater, in Passaic, NJ, on June 9, 1984. Your set list includes: "Pale Blue Eyes"; "Second Guessing"; "Hyena"; "Letter Never Sent"; "Harborcoat"; "7 Chinese Brothers"; "Pretty Persuasion"; "So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)"; "Gardening At Night"; "9-9/Windout"; "Old Man Kensey"; "Sitting Still"; "Driver 8"; "Carnival Of Sorts (Boxcars)"; "Radio Free Europe"; and "Little America." BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE: "So You Want To Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star" (ft. Roger McGuinn); "Do You Believe in Magic?" (ft. John Sebastian); and "Gloria" (with Roger McGuinn).

PURLING HISS advance streams High Bias.

MUDDY MAGNOLIAS advance streams Broken People.

POP & OBACHAN advance streams Misc. Excellence.

THE ROLLING STONES drop "Just Your Fool" on Spotify ahead of Blue & Lonesome (which also features Eric Clapton).

THE SMITHS: "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want," as you've never seen it before.

FLEETWOOD MAC: Christine McVie talks to The Guardian about the band's half-finished album, the visitation she had when writing "Songbird," and growing up with a psychic mum.

TALKING HEADS: The Road to Remain In Light.

OTIS REDDING gets a meaty retrospective at Clash Music.

OASIS: The toxic legacy of Be Here Now.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are The Girl on the Train, which is currently scoring 45 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; The Birth of a Nation, currently scoring 78 percent; and Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, scoring 83 percent.

KIM KARDASHIAN reportedly will be dialing back her ostentatious displays of wealth after getting robbed in Paris.

BRANGELEXIT: Brad Pitt has reunited with his children.

JOE BUCK's hair plug addiction nearly cost him his voice and career.

SEAN PENN keeps getting older, while his girlfriends stay the same age. Thought he was Spicoli, turns out to be Wooderson.

WARREN BEATTY gives a rare interview to Vanity Fair.

ALLIED has a second trailer online.


JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 also has a teaser.

THAT THING YOU DO! gets a 20th birthday celebration at Entertainment Weekly.

A RESCUED KANGAROO starts each day with a hug.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT is -- as you might have guessed -- an oppressive patriarchy.

FLESH-EATING SCREWWORMS have returned to Florida, as if Florida didn't have enough to worry about.

R.I.P., AREA CAT:  He was a loyal and witty feline rescued from a dumpster as a kitten by his devoted cat mom and embraced by his adopted cat dad.  He will be sorely missed. My best thoughts and prayers to him and for his surviving family in their time of grief.

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Peter Bjorn & John, Common, Kinley, The Greys, Mama Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 06, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


EBBOT LUNDBERG, formerly of Soundtrack Of Our Lives, returns with "Backdrop People." 

PETER BJORN & JOHN -- minus John -- stopped by the WNYC Soundcheck stidio.

COMMON played a Tiny Desk Concert at the White House.

KINLEY advance streams Letters Never Sent.

THE GREYS drop a surprise second LP this year, Warm Shadow.

THEE OH SEES share "The Poem" ahead of An Odd Entrances.

GIRL RAY shares "Trouble."

THE FEELIES are "Slipping Into Something" that sounds inspired by Lou Reed.

ROD TEMPERTON, the British songwriter best known for Michael Jackson’s "Thriller" and Heatwave's "Boogie Nights," has died aged 66 following “a brief aggressive battle with cancer”.  BBC 2 once did an entire documentary on him.

PRINCE: The TODAY Show was given an exclusive sneak peek of Paisley Park.

THE RADIO DEPT talks to Brooklyn Vegan about politics, '90s techno, clashes with their label, Running Out of Love, and more.


KIM KARDAHSIAN's robbers were caught on a shop's CCTV in a mirror before creeping past sleeping guard and escaping on push bikes.

BRANGELEXIT: Team Pitt notes Angeline and Brad reached a parenting plan, not a permanent joint custody agreement. Meanwhile, Angelina is moving to Malibu.

JACKIE, ft Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy, has a teaser trailer online.

DOCTOR STRANGE's latest sppt tends to corroborate a fan theory or two about the MCU version of the Sorcerer Supreme.

LAURA PREPON & BEN FOSTER are engaged after a whirlwind romance.

TORI SPELLING is expecting her fifth child with husband Dean McDermott.

DAVID LYNCH, ranked at Consequence of Sound.

STEPHEN KING wants you to chill about clowns, or is he just hoping they'll eat him last?

RUSSIA's Military Sophistication in the Arctic Sends Echoes of the Cold War.

A HOMELESS DOG gave birth to a litter on a Russian subway car.

A KANGAROO on the lam was caught in Indiana.

SUPER TERMITES could be invading Europe.

WHY BUY THE COW when you can kill it with a milk truck?

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Wednesday, October 05, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


TEGAN & SARA "Stop Desire" in their latest video. Or do they?

CASE/LANG/VEIRS stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

LUSH stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

EMILY MILLAR advance streams By Heron & By Season.

CRYSTAL FAIRY (ft members of the Melvins, At The Drive-In/Mars Volta, and Le Butcherettes) share “Drugs On The Bus.”

NENA is touring the U.S. for the very first time, 32 years after the English version of "99 Luftballons" reached No. 2 on the charts (kept from the top by Van Halen's "Jump").

WILCO: Noisey goes "Under the Covers" to show you what Yankee Hotel Foxtrot might have looked like.

CHARLES BRADLEY, soul singer extraordinaire, is battling stomach cancer. Terrible. Our best wishes to him.

THE DECEMBERISTS have crowdfunded a board game, because of course they have.

LYNDEL RHODES, 92, was all smiles as she listened to Willie Nelson’s new song. The reason? She wrote it.

KIM KARDASHIAN's robbery reeks of an inside job ... sources say that's what Paris police think.

BEN STILLER reveals he had prostate cancer to highlight the importance of testing.

BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH is the cover story for Vanity Fair.

HALLE BERRY denies having sexual relations with that man, Ric Flair.

TAYLOR SWIFT has signed a massive deal with the phone company.

TONI BRAXTON is recovering at home after being hospitalized for lupus complications.

WESTWORLD is HBO's biggest debut since True Detective.


CROC vs FLIP-FLOP: Who You Got?

A HERO DOG rescued a holidaymaker’s false leg after it was washed into the sea by a freak wave.

A RARE ALBINO MOOSE, caught on camera.

THE WORLD's BIGGEST PITBULL...and a tiny chihuahua.

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