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Marked Men, Florry, boygenius, Dog Umbrella Dance   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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NEIL DIAMOND performed "I'm A Believer" and " "Solitary Man" during a secret 2014 show at Erasmus Hall High School, where Diamond attended for two years.

THE MARKED MEN streams a singles comp called On The Other Side.

FLORRY advance streams their debut album Brown Bunny.

BOYGENIUS plays a Tiny Desk Concert and guest DJs on All Songs Considered.

NICOLE ATKINS & MARK LANEGAN cover Guns N' Roses' "November Rain."

 

PERFUME GENIUS shares a video for "Not For Me."

THE ROLLING STONES, on tour. Again.

DEAD CAN DANCE is profiled by PopMatters.

THE GREATEST TITLE TRACKS, according to NME.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Tommy James & The Shondells' immortal psychedelic bubblegum reverie "Crimson and Clover" and Sly & The Family Stone's "Everyday People."

 

MANDY MOORE married Dawes musician Taylor Goldsmith on Sunday.

JESSICA CHASTAIN and her husband Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo have a new bundle of joy via surrogacy.

CHRIS PRATT is in early negotiations to star in a movie reboot of The Saint, two decades after Val Kilmer’s thriller and 50 years after Roger Moore’s TV series.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR has been placed on a psychiatric hold again.

ADAM McCAY talks about Vice.

THE COEN BROTHERS filmography, ranked by The Ringer. ALSO: How To Rank Coen Brothers Movies (And Why We Can't Stop Ranking Them).

THE CRITERION COLLECTION is launching its own streaming service.

PABLO FERRO, who designed the title sequences for classic films like Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove, Bullitt, Men In Black, and A Clockwork Orange, has died from complications from pneumonia in Sedona, Ariz. He was 83.

 

DOG Umbrella Dance.

CENTRAL PARK's MANDARIN DUCK appeared to be having a great time in the season’s first snowstorm on Nov. 15.

BRAVE DOG saves owner from house fire in Burlington, IA.

WOMBATS Poop in Cubes. Scientists Are Figuring Out How.

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A crowded weekend, but I have the Box Office, Jon Pratt. and William Goldman RIP   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, November 19, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

AS YOU WISH:

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald tops the chart with 62.2MM, a slice less than the 74.4MM of the last one. This playing more like a sequel than a Potter film, or even a Marvel film. Overseas receipts, where Fantastic Beasts did quite well, will tell the tale of whether this sub-franchise makes it to the originally planned five-film arc.  The Grinch places with 38.2MM on a 44 percent dop, which should be leggy enough to carry it to the real holdiday bonanza next month.  Bohemian Rhapsody shows with 15.7MM on a 50 percent drop as it rocks onward toward 400MM worldwide.  Instant Family takes the fourth slot with 14.7MM against a 48MM budget, suggesting people want Will Ferrell with Wahlberg in this type of vehicle. Widows rounds out the Top Five with 12.3MM against a 42MM budget, which spells trouble for this well-reviewed, well-cast picture.

JON PRATT, Pate's frontman, helped change the face of science on Friday as representatives of more than 60 nations, gathered in Versailles, France, approved a new definition for the kilogram based on the work of Pratt's team at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Not bad for government work.

WILLIAM GOLDMAN, who won Academy Awards for his screenplays for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and All the President’s Men and who, despite being one of Hollywood’s most successful screenwriters, was an outspoken critic of the movie industry, died on Friday in Manhattan. He was 87. Mr. Goldman also wrote the screenplays for popular films like Misery, A Bridge Too Far, The Stepford Wives and Chaplin. He was a prolific novelist as well, and several of his screenplays were adapted from his own novels, notably The Princess Bride and Marathon Man.

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Paisley Underground, DeVotchKa, Johnny Marr, Baby Sloth   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, November 16, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE PAISLEY UNDERGROUND!  A two-part (Part 1, Part 2) feature from the Old Grey Whistle Test on L.A.'s psychedelic-flavored, West Coast scene in the mid-80s. Bands featured include the Long Ryders, Prime Movers, Thin White Rope, Pontiac Brothers and the Rain Parade with a 6 minute live version of No Easy Way Down. The Long Ryders get short shrift so I'll add in their later OGWT appearance to play "Looking For Lewis & Clark." The term "Paisley Underground" is believed to have been jokingly coined by Michael Quercio of the band The Three O'Clock, so I'll toss in the clip for "Her Head's Revolving" as a bonus. Other bands associated with the scene not featured include Green On Red -- sometimes likened to The Doors for songs like "Sea of Cortez" -- and The Bangs, a/k/a The Bangles, with an early track, "The Real World."  DOUBLE BONUS: The Guardian Music Blog has a link-rich piece on the Rain Parade and other Paisley Underground bands.

DEVOTCHKA visits KEXP for a mini-session.

JOHNNY MARR visits KEXP for a mini-session.

PORTRAYAL OF GUILT advance streams Let Pain Be Your Guide.

FOXWARREN (incl Andy Schauf) shares "To Be."

TINY RUINS shares "School Of Design."

EASYBEATS: The fish, the barrel, the smoking gun!

NIRVANA: An oral history of Unplugged.

LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III talks to The Believer about retrospectives.

ELTON JOHN's Christmas commercial for John Lewis & Partners is a thing.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Marvin Gaye's brooding masterwork "I Heard It Through The Grapevine."

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, which is currently scoring 50 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Instant Family, currently scoring 72 percent; and Widows, opening at 92 percent. A Private War expands near-wide 87 percent.

DUMBO, as imagined by Tim Burton, shares a trailer online.

SANDRA BULLOCK has donated 500K for relief efforts during the California wildfires.

AMY SCHUMER has been hospitalized with some pregnancy complications.

LILY JAMES & ARMIE HAMMER are starring in a new adaptation of Rebecca (Hitchcock did a prior version).

TIGER WOODS ex-mistress, Jamie Jungers, is rescued from a Vegas drug den where she was trading sex for heroin and speed... by Dog the Bounty Hunter.

ROY CLARK, the country singer and multi-instrumentalist best known as a longtime host of "Hee Haw," the television variety show that brought country music to millions of households each week, died on Thursday at his home in Tulsa, Okla. He was 85.

FLORIDA's BREVARD ZOO introduces a two-toed sloth baby.

AT LEAST 8 MOUNTAIN LIONS are alive and moving based on GPS collars, apparently surviving the wildfires. But the fate of five others — including P-22 — remains unclear.

CHINA quietly shelved a controversial decision to legalize the use of tiger and rhinoceros parts for scientific and medical purposes amid public outcries that such a move could increase the risks for endangered wildlife.

A NORTH CAROLINA MAN  said he punched a bear in the nose after it attacked him outside his home.

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The Selecter, Natalie Prass, Gretchen Peters, Dandy Warhols, Mandarin Duck   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS cover "Six Days on the Road."

THE SELECTER visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

NATALIE PRASS plays a mini-set at Iceland Airwaves.

GRETCHEN PETERS plays the Mountain Stage.

THE TWILIGHT SAD shares "VTr."

BAD RELIGION shares "My Sanity."

THE VACCINES share "All My Friends Are Falling In Love."

 

THE DANDY WARHOLS share a 360-degree, NSFW-language video for "Be Alright."

JEFF TWEEDY tours the soundtrack of his life.

NICK CAVE's newsletters directly address questions from fans and cultivate candid discussions about grief, friendship, and other topics.

BOYGENIUS gives a group talk to Loud and Quiet.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Diana Ross & The Supremes' operatic masterpiece "Love Child."

 

LADY GAGA meditates on A Star is Born for Variety. And Bradley Cooper reveals who almost had his part.

DAN ACKROYD gave another update on a possible Ghostbusters 3.

THE ROYAL FAMILY published a candid photo.

GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON: Considering surrogacy?

THE BACHELOR's  Arie Luyendyk Jr. and fiancée Lauren Burnham are pregnant with their first child.

JACK REACHER will be taller than Tom Cruise in a new streaming series.

 

THE MANDARIN DUCK was spotted again in Central Park after several days of going unseen.

SAND CATS retain a kitten-like look their whole lives.

RACCOONS caused a false rabies scare in West Virginia, but they were just drunk.

IF KOMODO DRAGONS were human, they'd be more likely to be cuddled up at home watching a horror movie than starring in it, despite having razor-sharp teeth and poisonous venom.

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Axis: Sova, Leon bridges, Raccoonists, Robyn, Superchunk, Cat vs Rat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JIMMY RUFFIN asks "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted?"

AXIS: SOVA advance streams the new wavey Shampoo You.

LEON BRIDGES visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

THE RACCOONISTS: Jeff Tweedy and his sons cover George Harrison, and “Skip” Spence for a Lagniappe Session.

ROBYN stops by World Cafe.

SUPERCHUNK shares a surprise single; the B-side is a Klaus Nomi cover.

 

CHERRY GLAZERR shares "Daddi."

ELVIS COSTELLO tals about Look Now, mortality, and musical evolution.

THE BEATLES: Producer Giles Martin shares the remarkable stories, early demos, revealing outtakes and stunning new mixes from the just-released deluxe version of "The White Album."

CAKE: John McCrea on the band's first new music since 2011, unionizing, and why there still isn't anything rebellious about a leather jacket.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Jeannie C. Riley's feminist country anthem "Harper Valley P.T.A." and the Beatles' "Hey Jude," the longest-reigning No. 1 single of the band's career.

 

GAME OF THRONES: Winter is Coming in April, with a teaser trailer now.

TOY STORY 4 has a second teaser online.

RYAN REYNOLDS is the star voice of Pokémon: Detective Pikachu.

STAN LEE, remembered comically by Brian Michael Bendis... and many more.

ENNIO MORRICONE: German Playboy admits misquoting him on Quentin Tarantino.

THE "ROSS FROM FRIENDS" robbery case has a suspect under arrest.

DOUGLAS RAIN, the voice of HAL 9000 in 2001: A Space Odyssey, is dead at 90.

 

A FERAL SENIOR CAT beomes a Mama's boy.

CAT vs RAT: Who You Got?

A MUSEUM in Japan spends most of its day refusing entry to 2 cats trying to get in.

A LOBSTER was busted out of a Red Lobster by Florida Woman.

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