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Cherry Glazerr, Maggie Rogers, All Songs, Welch & Rawlings, Dog Park   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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PAUL COLLINS & PETER CASE, formerly of The Nerves, play "Hanging On The Telephone" in-store.

CHERRY GLAZERR visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

MAGGIE ROGERS hits WFUV's Studio A.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features Amanda Palmer, Pkew Pkew Pkew, The Budos Band, and more.

GILLIAN WELCH & DAVE RAWLINGS share their version of their Oscar-nominated song, "When A Cowboy Trades His Spurs For Wings."

BILL McKAY shares "Try It On."

 

JULIA HOLTER shares a Jodorowsky-inspired video for “Les Jeux to You.”

NICK CAVE's favorite poets. (Thx, LHB.)

FOALS are down a member, but up two albums.

THE TWILIGHT SAD talks to Drowned In Sound.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Isaac Hayes' blaxploitation-funk classic "Theme From Shaft"... and we can dig it!

 

CHRIS PRATT responds to Ellen Page's complaint about his church.

YESTERDAY, in which Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis imagine a world where only one man remembers The Beatles, has a trailer online.

JEFF BEZOS' lover Lauren Sanchez shared some of his risque pics with her brother and several female friends.

THE OSCARS' decision to move some categories to commercial breaks is not going down well in Hollywood.

LIAM HEMSWORTH is still healing after a bout with kidney stones

AZIZ ANSARI reflected on the MeToo accusation against him during a "pop-up" show in NYC.

RIDLEY SCOTT directed a Hennessy ad; the short version will run during the Oscars.

 

A REMOTE-CONTROLLED CAR at the dog park.

CAT vs RABBIT: "Excuse me sir? if i could... it’s just that you’re sitting on my... you know it’s just... sir?”

MORE THAN 50 POLAR BEARS have invaded a Russian town in the remote Novaya Zemlya archipelago.

KING, a Wire Fox Terrier, has won "Best in Show" at the 143rd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

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On the mend, with Tuesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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PEZ BAND play "Baby It's Cold Outside" and "Close Your Eyes."

UNEARTHED, VOL. 4: Jerry Garcia & Friends at the Matrix, 1966-71.

BONNY DOON covers Lucinda Williams, Gillian Welch, and B Boys in a Lagniappe Session.

LAU NOAH plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

FILTHY FRIENDS returns with "Last Chance County."

 

ST VINCENT marked her Grammy wins with a new "MASSEDUCATION" video.

HEART announce their first tour in three years after a "nightmare" that almost ended the band.

BOB GELDOF is hit with fresh claims of fraud and tax avoidance.

HAIRBALL guitarist and singer Bobby Jensen didn't let a little thing like having his head nearly consumed by flames stop him from rocking this weekend.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Cher's melodramatic story-song "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves."

 

THE OSCARS revealed which categories are getting moved to commercial breaks.

THE BATMAN: The list of possible stars will make you long for Ben Affleck.

RED SONJA is being put on the back burner amid the Bryan Singer controversy.

GAME OF THRONES: The original pilot script had some big differences. ALSO: The death of one character is confirmed.

HOWARD THE DUCK is coming to Hulu, with Kevin Smith.

THE IRISHMAN will be seriously de-aging DeNiro and Pacino.

ALADDIN has a trailer online.

CATCH-22: The Hulu mini-series starring George Clooney and Kyle Chandler has a trailer online.

 

TURBO ROO, a tiny pupper on wheels.

A BOBCAT chases a squirrel across a large patio.

A MAN releases a giant rat inside McDonald's.

FRISCO FIREFIGHTERS are trying everything they can to keep their pet cat, Edna, after management has apparently asked them to get rid of the feline.

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Still recovering, but Monday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, February 11, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JOHN HIATT: It's been a "Slow Turning."

LCD SOUNDSYSTEM is streaming the Electric Lady Sessions.

JULIA JACKLIN stops by World Cafe.

GUSTER visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

LAURA STEVENSON shares “Living Room, NY."

 

BEIRUT plays "Gallipoli" on Colbert.

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM suffered vocal cord damage during open-heart surgery.

MARVIN GAYE's scrapped follow-up to 1971 classic What’s Going On will be released on March 29.

DINOSAUR JR's 1994 song “Over Your Shoulder” is Big In Japan.

MERCURY REV tell Stereogum the story behind their all-star ode to Bobbie Gentry.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Rod Stewart's immortal howler "Maggie May."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The LEGO Movie 2 tops the chart with 34.4MM ... but that's way below the 40-50MM range projected by studios. It's much better than LEGO Ninjago, but about 35 percent below LEGO Batman and 50 percent below the original.Given the good reviews, it seems like maybe they've pushed too many LEGO Movies too quickly, leading to oversaturation.  What Men Want places with 19MM, which is probably fine against a 20MM budget.  Cold Pursuit shows with 10.8MM, the latest in a string of anemic openings for Liam Neeson, but the studio likely does not care because the Neeson revenge flicks still do boffo biz in foreign markets.  The Upside slides to the fourth slot with 7.2MM on a leggy 17 percent drop.  Glass rounds out the Top Five with 6.4MM on a 33 percent drop as it nears the 100MM mark this week.

THE GRAMMYS went to these folks. Congrats!

THE 10 FUNNIEST "BEST NEW ARTIST" GRAMMYS, according to Brooklyn Vegan.

ALBERT FINNEY, the British stage and film actor who defined an era’s rage and frustration in dramas of blue-collar realism and social revolt and went on to find stardom in Hollywood, died on Thursday in London. He was 82. Though he'll always be better known for Tom Jones, Erin Brockovich, and even Skyfall, Variety rightly spotlights his turn as Winston Churchill in The Gathering Storm.

SEAN PENN loves Bradley Cooper and A Star Is Born, like realllllly.

BRAD PITT was spotted at Jennifer Aniston’s 50th birthday party.

AQUAMAN is getting a spinoff?

BOB COSTAS, to no one's surprise, got in trouble at NBC over the issue of head injuries in football.

ZOOEY DESCHANEL & JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT revisit (500) Days of Summer, 10 years later.

JENNIE GARTH and Dave Abrams have called off the divorce.

SHAFT is coming to a new generation. And we can dig it.

CHILD'S PLAY: Chucky returns in a trailer for the remake.

 

CHIMPANZEES use tree branches to make a ladder and leave their enclosure at the Belfast Zoo.

THE SWARM is learning math.

HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF FISH HAVE DIED in Australia over the past few weeks. The cause hasn't been determined.

AUSSIE FLOODS mean gators and snakes everywhere.

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I am still recovering from a corneal abrasion, but James Brown and more...   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, February 08, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with JAMES BROWN! The Godfather of Soul, y'all, with his star time on the T.A.M.I. Show in 1964; your setlist includes "Out of Sight", "Prisoner of Love", "Please, Please, Please" and "Night Train."

TEDESCHI TRUCKS BAND advance streams Signs.

HAYES CARLL advance streams What It Is.

LADYTRON advance streams a self-titled LP.

BARRIE shares "Clovers."

 

MANFRED MANN'S EARTH BAND, "Blinded by the Light," Live in '75.

BOB MOULD talks to Rolling Stone about his upbeat new LP, Grant Hart, and more.

MILLENNIALS prefer music from the 20th century's "golden age" of rock and pop. Melody and chords remain popular. Who knew?

POST SONIC YOUTH: Kim Gordon announces an art exhibit, while Thurston Moore forms supergroup with John Paul Jones.

HUEY LEWIS continues to fight a hearing loss nightmare.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Donny Osmond's godawful simper "Go Away Little Girl."

 

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, which is currently scoring 88 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; What Men Want, which is scoring 58 percent; Cold Pursuit, scoring 83 percent; and The Prodigy, scoring 57 percent.

LIAM NEESON gets an odd defense from Michelle Rodriguez.

JEFF BEZOS accuses the National Enquirer of extortion involving x-rated pictures.

WOODY ALLEN is suing Amazon for bailing on his projects. "You knew I was a snake when you invited me in." - Al Wilson

MY BEST FRIEND'S WEDDING: The cast reunites for Entertainment Weekly's rom-com issue.

STEVE BUSCEMI reacts to the DeepFake swapping his face onto Jennifer Lawrence.

GARY BUSEY is now an official Citizen with Cherokee Nation. He's running.

 

A TODDLER tucks in a bulldog.

AN OTTER fears a robot crab, but eventually figures it out.

AN EGGROLL-EATING SQUIRREL captivates a gullible internet.

THE USPS is honoring the nation's "brave and loyal military working dogs" with a 2019 forever stamp collection.

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It seems I have a corneal abrasion, but Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, February 07, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

A FEW THINGS, because there didn't seem like a ton worth reading when you have a corneal abrasion.

TALKING HEADS: A vintage clip of "Psycho Killer" from the OGWT.

KURT VILE plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

ALL SONGS: The latest ep features T Bone Burnett, John Vanderslice,and more.

BECK, ROBYN * THE LONELY ISLAND team up for "Super Cool" from the LEGO Movie sequel.

SHARON VAN ETTEN is shain' a cover of James Cleveland Moore, Sr.'s “Never Grow Old”.

METRIC shares a video foe "Love You Back."

THE BEATLES:  How Peter Jackson’s new version of Let It Be might alter your view of the band.

WAS JAMES BROWN MURDERED? CNN is taking this kinda seriously.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Bee Gees' first US No. 1, the grandly schmaltzy ballad "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart."

THE NUMBER ONES also looks at Linda & Paul McCartney's experiment "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey,"

 

LIAM NEESON responds to racism allegations following his revenge murder story.

BAFTA suspended Bryan Singer's nomination for Bohemian Rhapsody.

DEADPOOL will stay R-Rated in the Hose of Mouse.

A RUNNER who was attacked by a mountain lion managed to save himself by choking the animal to death.

OCCUPY DALES BEACH: Elephant seals completely took over a beach during the government shutdown and they're refusing to give it back.

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