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Minutemen, Ryley Walker, Cracker & CVB, Chai, Son Volt, Doggos   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, March 08, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



... with THE MINUTEMEN! San Pedro, California's greatest musical export took apart rock, jazz and funk and put the pieces back together in a jagged collage. They are caught here in an acoustic session for a cable-access show from Hollywood, circa 1985. Your setlist includes "The Meter Man," "Corona," "Themselves," "The Red And The Black" (Blue Öyster Cult), "Badges, "I Felt Like Gringo," "Time" (Richard Hell), "Green River" (Creedence Clearwater Revival), "Lost" (Meat Puppets), "Ack Ack Ack," "Ain't Talkin' Bout Love" "History Lesson Part II," "Tour Spiel" and "Little Man With A Gun In His Hand."

RYLEY WALKER & STEVE GUNN, Live at Union Pool.

WILLIAM TYLER, Live at Le Poisson Rouge.


CHAI advance streams PUNK.

THE COMET IS COMING advance streams Trust in the Lifeforce of the Deep Mystery.

SON VOLT shares "The Reason." (There's also a 1995 concert at the link)

THE BLACK KEYS return with "Lo/Hi."

LAMBCHOP shares “Crosswords, or What This Says About You.”

CANDIE PAYNE brings her updated Northern Soul sound on "I Wish I Could Have Loved You More."

DAP-TONE: Eight great tracks from the retro-soul label, just because.

ANTLERS: Peter Silberman looks back at Hospice for its 10th anniversary at The A. V. Club.

VINYL: Should we call it a comeback?

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Three Dog Night's "Black & White," an upbeat and optimistic version of an old lefty folk song.

CAPTAIN MARVEL is this weekend's sole wide releas, currently standing at 82 percent on the ol' Tomatometer. It is a perfectly competent mid-range MCU movie, which is to say it's fine. The Captain's character arc is such that Brie Larsen doesn't have a great deal to work with in the first half. A nifty 90s-centric soundtrack tries hard to make up for this, and it's good, but not as effective as hearing it the first time with the 70'-centric Guardians of the Galaxy. The psothumous Stan Lee cameo here may be his best, at least for Stan Lee aficionados. There are mid-credits and post-credits bonus scenes.

IDRIS ELBA will become Deadshot (instead of Will Smith) in the Suicide Squad sequel.

ALEX TREBEK, diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer this week, says there's one important date in his life that he'd change.

ANDREW GARFIELD and RITA ORA have split; he may be seeing comedian Aisling Bea.

R. KELLY: A new underage victim claims he gave her herpes when she was 17 years old.

THE LITTLE DOG has my spot. For now.

A HUGE SPIDER breaks into an Aussie automobile.

URBAN TURKEYS will not be relocated to South Dakota.

IT COMES AND GOES, but not a karma chameleon.

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Boygenius, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Meg Myers, Richard Hawley   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, March 07, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


FLAMING GROOVIES "Shake Some Action," circa 1987.



MEG MYERS plays a Tiny Desk Concert, including a cover of Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill."

SHOVELS & ROPE shares two new songs.

VAMPIRE WEEKEND shares two new songs.

STEPHEN MALKMUS shares "Come Get Me."


RICHARD HAWLEY returns with a rocking number, "Off My Mind."

JENNY LEWIS talks about boxing.

OWEN PALLETT has settled a defamation lawsuit against a woman who accused him of sexual assault, according to the parties involved.

MOTLEY CRUE bassist Nikki Sixx tells Rolling Stone that he does not recall a story in the band’s 2001 memoir The Dirt where he realizes he may have participated in a sexual assault during a party.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Looking Glass' nautical yacht-rock number "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)."


ALEX TREBEK says he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

WB chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara reportedly pushed for auditions for British actress Charlotte Kirk amid a sexual relationship; accusations of "extortion" and a proposed settlement agreement followed.

TAYLOR SWIFT talks about what she's learned at 30.

SALMA HAYEK is profiled at Town and Country.

MARK HAMILL talks about how Carrie Fisher will appear in Star Wars: Episode IX.

CRUEL INTENTIONS Turns 20 as Mean Teen movies have again become rather rare.

BRIGHTBURN: James Gunn's tale of an alien child whose ship crashes in rural America, has a trailer online.


THAT FEELING WHEN you have to move all the kittens.

DC EAGLE DRAMA: A raccoon crawled into the DC Eagles' nest and ate Liberty's eggs.

HORSESHOE CRABS' sex lives are under surveillance in Florida.

A MISSING TORTOISE returns to its owner in Roswell NM.

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SXSW, Superorganism, Richard Thompson Mix, Catfight   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, March 06, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


AL GREEN sings "Let's Stay Together" with Toni Childs, Carlos Santana, Tito Puente, David Sanborn, Melissa Etheridge and more.


SUPERORGANISM visits the Paste studio.

RICHARD THOMPSON: Aquarium Drunkard shares a playlist of RT songs covered by other bands.

THE NATIONAL shares "You Had Your Soul with You."

STRAND OF OAKS shares "Keys."

ANDREW BIRD shares "Manifest."


EDDIE VEDDER covers Jason Isbell's "Maybe It's Time," from A Star Is Born. (NSFW intro)

SARA ROMWEBER, the original drummer for North Carolina jangle-pop band Let’s Active, has died at the age of 55 of a brain tumor.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS: John Darnielle explains to Vanity Fair how he wound up writing a cycle of songs about dragons and mysteries.

NEW ORDER's Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris arre “relieved” at Peter Hook’s decision not to sell Ian Curtis letters at auction.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Gilbert O'Sullivan's insanely depressing smash "Alone Again (Naturally)."


GAME OF THRONES shares a ttrailer for Season 8.

DARK PHOENIX releases an international trailer.

SHANNEN DOHERTY eulogizes Luke Perry.

RIVERDALE suspends production following Luke Perry’s death.

KYLIE JENNER bcomes the youngest self-made billionaire ever, tho the self-made part is complicated.

R. KELLY sat down for an interview with Gayle King for CBS This Morning, during which he directly addressed the camera and denied any wrongdoing.

SOUTH PARK's Trey Parker files for divorce.

TOM HANKS' grandkids don't know he's a star.

 ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER talks Terminator: Dark Fate.


POW! Right in the meower.

A GIANT GATOR strolls across a road in a Florida retirement community. In time to "Celebration."

A DEAF DOG is reunited with her soldier.

MEET THE DOG who climbed a Himalayan peak.

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Luke Perry RIP, and other Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, March 05, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE WALKER BROTHERS play "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)" and "Make It Easy On Yourself" for Twofer Tuesday

TEEN visits the Paste studio.

MAGGIE ROGERS visits World Cafe.

THE HOLD STEADY shares “The Last Time That She Talked To Me.”

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS share “Cadaver Sniffing Dog.”

ARCADE FIRE shares a bit of "Baby Mine" from the live-action Dumbo movie.


KATE BUSH's “The Man I Love” video has been released for the first time since it aired in 1994.

THE PRODIGY singer Keith Flint has died aged 49.

XIU XIU's Jamie Stewart talks to PopMatters about demons, caravaggio, feminism and more.

MORRISSEY is headed to Broadway.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Bill Withers' "Lean On Me," geting the rare top rating.


LUKE PERRY, known for roles in Beverly Hills 90210 and Riverdale, died on Monday after suffering a massive stroke on Wednesday. He was 52. His fmr castmates mourned.

GAME OF THRONES: Entertainment Weekly has  spoiler-free behind-the-scenes look at making the final season.


NETFLIX indirectly responds to Steven Spielberg's reported effort to change the Oscars rules to the streaming service's detriment.

JASON BIGGS and his son share a gross habit not involving pie.

BRADLEY COOPER has a Number One single.

SHAZAM has a second trailer online.


A CAT rides his horse friend daily.

MORE THAN 1500 TURTLES were found duct-taped in suitcases at a Philippine airport.

SPIDER vs SNAKE: Who you got, Jim Stafford?

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Gary Clark Jr, Royal Trux, William Tyler, Sebadoh, Gatorzilla   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, March 04, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE BANGLES are "Going Down To Liverpool" to do nothing with Mr. Spock

GARY CLARK JR visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

ROYAL TRUX streams White Stuff, their first in 19 years.

WILLIAM TYLER covers Fleetwood Mac, Yo La Tengo, George Frideric Handel and Antonín Leopold Dvořák fr a Lagniappe Session.

THE BIRD AND THE BEE return with a cover of Van Halen's "Panama."


SEBADOH returns with a video for "celebrate the void."

FOALS: Four horsemen of the apocalypse.

RYAN ADAMS' UK and Ireland tour has now been canceled after allegations of sexual misconduct.

MICHAEL JACKSON's songs have been pulled from BBC2 ahead of the Leaving Neverland documentary airing on Channel 4.

JERRY LEE LEWIS suffers a minor stroke.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Neil Diamond's "Song Sung Blue," a happy song about sad songs.


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World repeats atop the chart with 30MM; that's down 45 percent...which is less of a drop than the prior installment. It will become 2019's third 100MM domestic grosser this week. Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral places with a 27MM debut, which is probably fine, given that the budgets on this series are low. Alita: Battle Angel shows with 7MM on a 43 percent drop; although it won't crack 100MM in North America by a long shot, it's already made 278MM in overseas markets. The LEGO Movie 2 takes the fourth slot with 6.6MM on a 32 percent drop; this one and Alita will likely lose a bunch of screens to Captain Marvel this weekend. Green Book surges on its Oscar win to round out the Top Five with 4.7MM and a 76MM total so far that looks nice against a 23MM budget.

STEVEN SPIELBERG and others are pushing to require movies to have an exclusive theatrical window of at least four weeks to be eligible for major Oscars (looking at you, Netflix).

AMANDA BYNES  is under the care of mental health professionals and addiction counselors again after suffering a relapse.

JOHNNY DEPP sues AMBER HEARD for defamation, alleging her domestic abuse claims were “an elaborate hoax” and he is going after her for a whopping 50MM.

KATE BECKINSALE & PETE DAVIDSON were spotted at a Rangers game.

MICHAEL J. FOX opens up about a series of recent health scaresin a New York Times interview.

IAN McKELLEN apologizes for remarks he made about the alleged acts of sexual abuse carried out by Kevin Spacey and director Bryan Singer.

HELLBOY has a red band trailer online.

RYAN REYNOLDS paid tribute on the 25th anniversary of John Candy’s passing.

ELIZABETH MOSS may wind up in The Invisible Man.

GHOSTBUSTERS: Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) and Carrie Coon (The Leftovers) are in talks to star in the reboot.

KATHERINE HELMOND, the seven-time Emmy-nominated Texas actress who played the feisty, man-crazy mother Mona Robinson on the long-running ABC sitcom Who’s the Boss?, has died. She was 89. She was also great on Soap and in Brazil.


A 750-LB GATOR was found in a Georgia ditch.

A RACCOON, enjoying some cherries.

A RUBBERY SEA CREATURE stores plastic in its soft tissue.

AN OTTER with a fancy move.

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