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Marshall Crenshaw, Iron & Wine + Calexico, Jon Pratt, Dr John RIP, Doggos   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, June 07, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

....with MARSHALL CRENSHAW!  Live at The Ritz, July 6, 1985.  Your setlist includes: "Blues Is King," "Whenever You're On My Mind," "Shake Rattle And Roll," "Our Town," "Maryann," "Right Now," "The Distance Between Me And You," "Someday Someway," "Little Wild One," " I'm Sorry (But So Is Brenda Lee)," "Yvonne," "There She Goes Again," "Cynical Girl," "Shake Up Their Minds," and "Soldier Of Love."

IRON & WINE and CALEXICO advance stream Years to Burn.

BILL CALLAHAN advance streams Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest.

KATE TEMPEST advance streams The Book of Traps and Lessons.

THE MELVINS and FLIPPER share "Hot Fish."

WHITNEY shares "Giving Up."

JON PRATT performs "April Song," with lyrics adapted from one daughter's poem, and backup vocals from another.

DR. JOHN, the New Orleans musician who blended black and white musical styles with a hoodoo-infused stage persona and gravelly bayou drawl, died Thursday, his family said. He was 77.

FRAMPTON COMES AROUND: An appreciation of the most underrated and overexposed rock star of the '70s.

BRIAN WILSON announced that he’s postponing his upcoming tour to focus on his mental health. Best wishes.

RICHARD HAWLEY on 20 years as a solo artist.

THE BEST ALT-ROCK ALBUMS OF 1994, ranked by Stephen Hyden.

THE 99 BEST SONGS OF 1999, according to Rolling Stone.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Olivia Newton-John's drippy but effective ballad "I Honestly Love You."

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include The Secret Life of Pets 2, which is currently scoring 56 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which is scoring a mere 24 percent. Late Night is opening at 78 percent, but it may or may not be opening wide; the studio did not confirm a screen count.

BRADLEY COOPER and IRINA SHAYK have officially decided to end their relationship and are amicably working out how to share custody of their daughter.

R KELLY pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of sexual assault and abuse.

ROBERT PATTINSON's take on The Batman won't be another origins story tackling the dark past of Bruce Wayne.

MARGOT ROBBIE, on Quentin Tarantino, Marriage, and the One Word She Hates Being Called.

JENNIFER ANISTON refused to rule out the prospect of a Friends reunion.

MADONNA says disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein “crossed lines and boundaries” when they worked together on her 1991 tour documentary In Bed With Madonna.

THR's Drama Actors Roundtable assembles Hugh Grant, Richard Madden, Billy Porter, Stephan James, Diego Luna and Sam Rockwell.

MARCIA CROSS is speaking out about anal cancer in hopes of ending the stigma surrounding the disease.

DOGS, bruh.

WHEN TUG-O-WAR lasts too long and you're sleepy.

A HUGE BLOB that appeared on the National Weather Service's radar wasn't a rain cloud, it was a massive swarm of ladybugs over Southern California.

HAWAII warns tourists of parasitic worms that can burrow into human brains. Presumably from Ceti Alpha V.

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Gogol Bordello, Head and the Heart, Prince's Trust Gala, X-Country Rescue   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, June 06, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE MAIN INGREDIENT: "Everybody Plays the Fool." Sometimes.

GOGOL BORDELLO, Live at the Palace.

THE HEAD AND THE HEART visit Morning Becomes Eclectic.

ELTON JOHN, LEONARD COHEN, and JOE COCKER, Live at the Royal Albert Hall for The Prince’s Trust Rock Gala.

LLOYD COLE returns with "Violins" and some fmr Commotions.

TANYA TUCKER returns with “The Wheels of Laredo,” with an assist from Brandi Carlile.

JAPANESE BREAKFAST covers Tears for Fears' "Head Over Heels."

FRUIT BATS share "Ocean."

 

RAMONA shares a video for "Are We Having Fun Yet?"

RADIOHEAD: 18 Minidiscs billed as the entire OK Computer sessions have leaked online.

1979: The Year In Music.

JACK WHITE meets JACK BLACK.

MADONNA AT 60: The original queen of pop on aging, inspiration and why she refuses to cede control.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Andy Kim's glorious cheesefest "Rock Me Gently."

 

ROBERT DOWNEY JR: Life Imitates Stark.

AD ASTRA, starring Brad Pitt, has a trailer online.

WONDER WOMAN 1984's first poster seems to give a clue.

JUSSIE SMOLLETT will not return to Empire.

X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX's early buzz is... not good.

WOODY ALLEN, dropped by Amazon, will shoot his 51st film in Spain this summer, with an eclectic cast that includes the likes of Christoph Waltz and Gina Gershon.

REMAKE MY DAY: Casumo analysed the ratings and profitability of remade movies vs their originals to find out which versions are more successful.

 

GUYS FLY CROSS-COUNTRY to save 23 puppers.

"HEY, DON'T MOVE": Footage shows police officer warning unaware couple of rattlesnake right beside them.

A GIRL and her duck. (Thx, Nathan.)

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Dream Syndicate, Ryan Bingham, Remo Drive, Rescue Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, June 05, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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EDDIE & THE HOT RODS: "Do Anything You Wanna Do," circa '77.

THE DREAM SYNDICATE, Live at the Mercury Lounge.

RYAN BINGHAM visits World Cafe.

REMO DRIVE vists The Current.

 

TY SEGALL shares a video for "Taste."

DAVID BERMAN discusses his return to music, being offered 150K for his dad’s life story, and more

ROKY ERCIKSON, remembered in 13 songs.

CULT of the iPOD: How Apple Created Music's Best Device (And Then Ruined It).

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Barry White's vast and glorious "Can't Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe."

 

DAVID LYNCH, Wes Studi, Lina Wertmuller, and Geena Davis are getting honorary Oscars.

ZOE KRAVITZ is profiled by British Vogue.

HOW RHIANNA became the world's richest female musician.

ELLIE KEMPER (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Office) s expecting her second child with husband Michael Koman.

PUNKY BREWSTER is headed for a sequel series.

PATRICIA ARQUETTE interviews JULIA ROBERTS.

SHAFT has a restricted trailer online with a lot of "shut your mouth" language in it.

 

A RESCUE DOG's first ocean visit. (This is product placement, but eminently watchable.)

A GATOR ate the entire bloc of cheese (and then some). I'm not even mad.

RACCOON DOGS terrorize a town.

AUSTRALIA faces an epidemic of...koalas with chlamydia.

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Superchunk, Yohuna, Dream Syndicate, Bon Iver, Cats & Dogs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, June 04, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

OFF BROADWAY: "Stay In Time" and "Full Moon Turn My Head Around," for Twofer Tuesday. More power pop for the summer.

SUPERCHUNK streams an acoustic version of 1994's Foolish.

YOHUNA streams Mirroring.

THE DREAM SYNDICATE covers Pere Ubu, John Cale and The Stylistics for a Lagniappe Sesion.

BON IVER shares  "Hey Ma" and the Moses Sumney-featuring "U (Man Like)".

MIKE LOVE covers The Ramones' "Rockaway Beach," with Marky on drums.

 

WHITNEY shares a video for "FTA."

STEREOLAB want to capture ears again.

KEVIN MORBY talks to Aquarium Drunkard about his “secular religious record,” Oh My God.

THE STORY OF PURE HELL, the "First Black Punk Band" That Emerged in the 70s, Then Disappeared for Decades.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Ric Claptons' cover of Bob Marley's "I Shot The Sheriff" and Paul Anka's "(You're) Having My Baby."

 

KEANU REEVES is sought for a role in Marvel's The Eternals.

NICHOLAS CAGE got his quickie divorce.

JAY-Z: How he became a billionaire.

BRADLEY COOPER & IRINA SHAYK are on the rocks?

KEVIN SPACEY appeared in a Massachusetts courthouse in a pre-trial hearing where the actor is accused of groping a young man in 2016.

FORD v FERRARI, ft Matt Damon and Christian Bale, has a trailer online.

QUENTIN TARANTINO, on how spaghetti westerns shaped modern cinema.

 

CATS & DOGS, living together... mass hysteria.

A MAMA LEOPARD protects her treed cub.

TAKING A DIP: A bear decided to beat the heat by taking a swim in a family's swimming pool in North Carolina, walking around the edge before plunging into the water.

DANGEROUS WATERS: A person is seen swimming extremely close to a possible large shark off the coast of Panama City Beach, Florida, as people can be heard screaming “shark!” from the shore.

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Busy weekend, but Roky Erickson RIP and more...   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, June 03, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Godzilla: King of the Monsters tops the chartwith 49MM, which is down 47 percent from the 2014 reboot; however, it has grossed 130MM more in foreign markets, which may assuague concerns about its 170MM budget. Aladdin places with 42.3MM on a 54 percent drop, but has matched its 183MM budget domestically and 445MM worldwide. Rocketman shows with 25MM against a 40MM bdget; its A- Cinemascore may gave it legs. Ma takes the fourth slot with 18MM against a 5MM budget, another successful Blumhouse budget special. John Wick: Chapter 3, taking a hit from the big lizard, rounds out the Top Five with  11MM on a 55 percent drop; it has a worldwide total of 221MM against a reported 55MM budget.

ROKY ERICKSON, lead vocalist and principal songwriter for the psychedelic band the 13th Floor Elevators and one of the leading lights of Texas rock - died Friday in Austin. Best known for the Elevators’ seething 1966 single “You’re Gonna Miss Me,” he was 71.

iTUNES is dying this week.

ROBERT PATTINSON is officially The Batman.

MERYL STREEP doesn't like the term "toxic masculinity," because it's not just guys who can be toxic, it's people in general.

TAKING A DIP: A bear decided to beat the heat by taking a swim in a family's swimming pool in North Carolina, walking around the edge before plunging into the water.

AN ANGRY GATOR busts through a kitchen window in Florida.

More tomorrow, barring the unforessen...

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