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Blind Faith, Okkervil River, Speedy Ortiz, Half Waif, Liz Brasher, Dog escapes   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, April 20, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with BLIND FAITH! Live at London's Hyde Park in June 1969. After an introduction and brief segments about supergroup members Steve Winwood, Rick Grech, Ginger Baker, and Eric Clapton, your set list includes:"Well All Right", "Sea of Joy","Sleeping in the Ground", "Under My Thumb", "Can't Find My Way Home", "Do What You Like", "In the Presence of the Lord", "Means to an End", and "Had to Cry Today".

OKKERVIL RIVER advance streams In The Rainbow Rain.

SPEEDY ORTIZ advance streams Twerp Verse.

HALF WAIF advance streams Lavender.

LIZ BRASHER advance streams Outcast.

PRINCE's estate released the demo for "Nothing Compares 2 U." ALSO: The prosecutor in the Minnesota county where Prince died said evidence shows Prince -- who died from an accidental fentanyl overdose -- thought he was taking Vicodin, not fentanyl. Carver County Attorney Mark Metz said evidence showed that Prince took counterfeit Vicodin without knowing it.

THE REPLACEMENTS' roadie Bill Sullivan talks about life on the road with America's most capricious band.

LUCY DACUS: Historian of the future?

DEREK SMALLS talks about the future of Spinal Tap, the zucchini incident, and more.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Shelly Fabares' puppy-love anthem "Johnny Angel."

NOW SHOWING:  This weekend's wide releases include I Feel Pretty, which is currently scoring 38 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Super Troopers 2, which is scoring 36 percent; and Traffik, which wasn't screened for critics. This is called "not wanting your movie to get crushed in a few days by The Avengers: Infinity War."

MICHELLE WILLIAMS (Destiny's Child) is engaged to pastor Chad Johnson.

PAULA PATTON's boyfriend insists he was separated from his wife when he began dating the actress.

CHRIS PRATT confirms that divorce sucks.

JOHN TRAVOLTA gushes praise for film director... Fred Durst?

THE SCULLY EFFECT: There’s a long-standing pop-culture theory that The X-Files’ Dana “Science Over Everything” Scully encouraged women’s interest in science. Now a study has confirmed it.


MALE FRUIT FLIES eek sexual release wherever they can find it. When they can’t, they drink alcohol.  So many punchlines.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: It starts with infiltrating student governments.

A VERY ANGRY BADGER forces the partial shutdown of a Scottish castle.

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Superorganism, Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite, Wussy, Father John Misty,   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE LEFT BANKE: "Walk Away Renee."

SUPERORGANISM hits the World Cafe.


WUSSY streams their Getting Better EP.  Yes, that's a Beatles reference.

FATHER JOHN MSTY shares “Disappointing Diamonds Are The Rarest Of Them All" and "Just Dumb Enough To Try" from his upcoming LP.

MAZZY STAR shares "Quiet, The Winter Harbor."


CHERRY GLAZERR shares a video for "Juicy Socks."

DECONSTRUCTING PRINCE's SOUND, with Matt "Dr" Fink on keyboards, BrownMark on bass, and Michael Bland on drums.

SLY STONE: The Casio Garage Demos.

STING talks cultural appropriation and more with the BBC.

SWAN SONGS: NPR listeners pick the songs at their funerals.


JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM drops a final trailer.

THE SPICE GIRLS' upcoming reunion won't include new material or a tour, according to Victoria Beckham.

PINK (and her kids) make the cover of People's 2018 Beautiful issue.  But wait, there's more.

R KELLY: A Dallas woman wishing to remain anonymous claims she was emotionally manipulated and knowingly given a sexually transmitted disease by the singer.

TAYLOR SWIFT: A stalker with with a knife and rope was arrested outside her home.

PAULA PATTON's new boyfriend is married, and not separated.

STEVEN SPIELBERG is going to make a DC Comics movie, reuniting with Warner Bros. to produce and very possibly direct the action-adventure film Blackhawk.

WESTWORLD: The casual viewer's guide.


GORILLA SEE, GORILLA DO: Caretakers at Busch Gardens in Florida say exercises help build trust between workers and the animals.

BABOONS that escaped a Texas research facility over the weekend propped up a barrel near a wall, climbed it and then fled their open-air enclosure.

A CALI CAT CAFE throws a "kitten baby shower."

A STONED RACCOON was brought into an Indiana firehouse.

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Lucy Dacus, Squirrel Nut Zipper, Chilly Gonzales, Baby Elephant   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


DAVID BOWIE plays "Young Americans" for Cavett, looking and sounding too much acquainted with the Thin White Duke.

LUCY DACUS stops by WFUV Live.

SQUIRREL NUT ZIPPERS play the World Cafe.

CHILLY GONZALES streams Other People’s Pieces, a whole album of instrumental solo piano covers.

THE ESSEX GREEN shares "Sloane Ranger."

MORRISSEY shares "By The Time I Get To Wherever I’m Going."

MILK CARTON KIDS share "One More for the Road."

WOODEN SHJIPS shares "Red Line."


JIM JAMES shares "Just a Fool." 

THE 25 BEST POSIES SONGS, according to PopMatters.

LORD HURON: Stereogum takes a look inside their insular world.

SPOTIFY: Worth more than the entire recorded music business?

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Bruce Channel's drunken-singalong-ready "Hey! Baby."


EVAN RACHEL WOOD will now make as much as her male co-stars for Season Three of Westworld.

THE AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR will bring out the Black Order.

HARLEY QUINN is set to be directed by Cathy Yan.

KHLOE KARDASHIAN and Tristan Thompson's relationship is in shambles.

HARRY ANDERSON, appreciated by Alan Sepinwall.

AMY SCHUMER's new movie, I Feel Pretty, won't match the openings of her past two big-screen comedies, Trainwreck and Snatched, when it hits theaters this weekend, according to those with access to the surveys.

READY PLAYER ONE: Wanna see the Copper Key Race from the film? Wait about 20 seconds.

BARBARA BUSH, the widely admired wife of one president and the fiercely loyal mother of another, died Tuesday evening. She was 92.


A BABY ELEPHANT throws a tantrum and screams when his mom tries to end mud bath time.

A BURMESE PYTHON with a tracking device led Florida officials to a record-breaking sex party.

ALLIGATOR casually strolls around a Florida motel.

THIRTY-TWO DOGS have been rescued from a South Carolina dog fighting operation that FBI discovered while executing warrants last week on an unrelated matter.

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Breeders, Field Music, Durand Jones, Pixies, Puppy   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK: "Incense and Peppermints" plus "Tomorrow" for Twofer Tuesday.

THE BREEDERS play a Tiny Desk Concert.

FIELD MUSIC plays the World Cafe.

DURAND JONES & THE INDICATIONS stop by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

GANG OF FOUR shares "Ivanka (Things You Can't Have)."


MEDIA JEWELER have an on-point video for "Hula Hoop."

THE PIXIES get over two hours of discussion and analysis on Political Beats with USA Today's Christian Schneider.

THE TOP 30 DREAM POP ALBUMS, according to Pitchfork, with an introduction by Dean Wareham.

JESUS JONES: How we made "Right Here, Right Now."

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Gene Chandler's doo-wop classic "Duke Of Earl."


HARRY ANDERSON, of Cheers, Night Court, and Dave's World, died Monday morning in Asheville, N.C.. He was 65.

KENDRICK LAMAR won a Pulitzer Prize for Music, the first time in the prize's history that it has been given to an artist outside of the classical or jazz community.

DANNY BOYLE & RICHARD CURTIS are planning a film set in a world where The Beatles never existed.

TRUE THOMPSON: That's Khloe Kardashian's kid.

JOHN CENA and Nikki Bella have called it quits after six years -- and just weeks before they were set to tie the knot.

THE WEEKND & BELLA HADID: Together again?

JOHN STAMOS is a dad.


AN ORPHAN PUPPY rescues a depresed Mama Dog.

FISHERMEN reel in a 10-foot shortfin mako shark.

MICE bogart 1200 lbs of weed from the cops. Oh sure.

A SNAKE attempts to eat eight chicken eggs. Attempts.

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Courtney Marie Andrews, Kyle Craft, Laura Veirs, Gorilla   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, April 16, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


CHRISSIE HYNDE joined ARCADE FIRE for the Pretenders' "Don't Get Me Wrong" in London.

COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS plays the World Cafe.

KYLE CRAFT plays the World Cafe.

LAURA VEIRS plays the World Cafe.

"DON'T FEAR THE REAPER," as a surf instrumental.


TOM PETTY talks Evlis Presley for a new HBO documentary.

HUEY LEWIS and The News is canceling all its future performances because Lewis has suffered serious damage to his hearing.

SISTER ROSETTA THORPE joins the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

MARK KNOPFLER skips Dire Straits' Hall of Fame induction.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Rampage tops the chart with 34.5MM...but that's kinda weak against a 120MM budget (even though overseas grosses are doing well).  The real story may be that A Quiet Place places with 32.6MM on a leggy (esp for this genre) 35 percent drop; for part of the weekend, it seemed as though it might beat The Rock (one wonders if Rampage is getting some creative accounting in its estmates).  John Krasinski's third film closes in on 100MM after 2 weekends against a 17MM budget.  Truth or Dare shows with 19MM against a 3.5MM budget -- and in its own way, this showing makes A Quiet Place's hold all the more impressive. Ready Player One drops to the fourth slot with 11.2MM on a 55 percent drop; Spielberg can be thankful that foreign markets are soaking in nostalgia for a 1980s many of these countries never experienced in the first place.  Blockers rounds out the Top Five with 10.3MM on a 50 percent drop and will likely make a tdy profit befoe becoming a candidate for cult status (if there is such a thing in the internet era).

MILOS FORMAN, a filmmaker who challenged Hollywood with his subversive touch, and won the Oscar for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Amadeus, died on Friday. He was 86. "He was the Czech new wave émigré who brought the spirit of anti-Soviet rebellion to Hollywood and made its sly comic strategies and humanist passion flower in dozens of different ways."

R. LEE ERMEY, a Golden Globe-nominated actor best known for his role as Gunnery Sgt. Hartman in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, has died at 74.

SAG-AFTRA a union that represents actors, is calling for an end to auditions in private hotel rooms and residences after a series of sexual harassment allegations against powerful Hollywood figures.

THE INCREDIBLES 2 has another new trailer online.

WILL FARRELL was taken to the hospital Thursday night following a crash in Aliso Viejo, Calif., according to the California Highway Patrol. The actor was not seriously hurt.

OLIVIA MUNN is dating Spanish actor Álex González.

GEORGE CLOONEY is reducing his role in Hulu's forthcoming Catch-22 miniseries.

MARTIN SCORSESE will direct a doc about the great SCTV for Netfilx.

ART BELL, whose nationally syndicated paranormal, supernatural and conspiracy themed show Coast to Coast AM kept many awake at night – for good reasons and bad – died at his Pahrump, Nevada home on Friday the 13th. Bell was 72.

THE OLDEST LIVING GORILLA enjoys a birthday cake as he turns 61 years old at the Berlin Zoo, where he was raised from a two-year-old baby.

DOG RESCUERS are buying animals from the breeders they scorn.

THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE raced through the Gulf of Mexico Wednesday to save an estimated 500 hundred hypothermic sea turtles.

TARANTULAS as a burger topping.

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