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Light Day (Blame the Tax Code), but I have Things. Including J. Geils RIP   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

 

KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD play a full set at Webster Hall for Pitchfork Live.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from Sam Fermin, ALA. NI, Andrew Combs and more highlight the latest edition.

FOXYGEN's Jonathan Rado has covered Springsteen's entire Born To Run LP; here's "Thunder Road."

THE DECEMBERISTS roll out a new song, "Traveling On,” on the road.

DEATH shares a new single, "Cease Fire."

 

J. GEILS, the guitarist who founded the eponymously named The J. Geils Band, was found dead at his home in Groton.  Here's the NYT obit.  Beyond the big hits -- "Centerfold," "Love Stinks," and "Freeze-Frame" -- I tended to go for older material like "Musta Got Lost," "Give It to Me," "Looking For a Love," and their cover of "I Do."

RAY DAVIES talks to Morning Edition about his experiences in the U.S. and the evolution of his songwriting.

STEVE EARLE and David Simon (The Wire) are talking about making a Baltimore musical.

JENS LEKMAN: Postcards From The Edge.

MICK ROCK is a great name for a young Englishman with a camera, especially one who photographed Syd Barrett and David Bowie in the late 1960s and early ’70s.

 

ATOMIC BLONDE drops a second trailer online.

ZOE SALDANA says her film credits, rooted in the world of science fiction, allows her to artistically transcend race and gender politics.

CAITLYN JENNER reportedly has undergone sex-reassignment surgery.

50 CENT retaliated hard against a fan who pulled him off stage during a rap concert Saturday ... punching the woman square in the chest.

NETFLIX, AMAZON, and the End of Independent Film As We Know It.

JOE HARRIS, a commercial illustrator who envisioned and drew enduring cartoon characters like Underdog and the Trix cereal rabbit in the 1950s and ’60s, died on March 26 at his home in Stamford, Conn. He was 89.

 

A TALENTED PUFFERFISH creates an underwater crop circle.

OCTOPUSES edit their own RNA.

A ROGUE DEER attacked a man in a parking lot in BC.

A TOURIST posing for a photo with a cobra gets bitten and dies an hour later. The More You Know. Swoosh.

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