SIMON & GARFUNKEL tackle "Late In the Evening" in Central Park, circa 1981, iirc.
BEACH HOUSE visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.
MAISON DUFRESNE: Another hour of soul serenades, rarefied country and folk b-sides at Aquarium Drunkard.
ALL SONGS: The Songs That Got You Through School.
NEKO CASE brings MARK LANEGAN onboard for “Curse Of The I-5 Corridor.”
MELODY'S ECHO CHAMBER shares "Desert Horse."
MITSKI shares a video for "Geyser."
BRIAN ENO is now 70 years old, garnering tributes from Rolling Stone and Pitchfork.
TRACYANNE CAMPBELL opens up on her new music project with Danny Coughlan two years after losing best pal (and Camera Obscura bandmate) Carey Lander to cancer.
SPOTIFY is urged to stop promoting more artists accused of sexual misconduct, in the most predictable news evah.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Four Seasons' screechy, swaggering "Walk Like A Man."
TOM WOLFE, an innovative journalist and novelist whose technicolor, wildly punctuated prose brought to life the worlds of California surfers, car customizers, astronauts and Manhattan’s moneyed status-seekers in works like The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, The Right Stuff and Bonfire of the Vanities, died on Monday in a Manhattan hospital. He was 88. We may never see his like again. Here's more from Michael Lewis and Jack Shafer.
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: The Queen biopic has a trailer online.
JANE FONDA wants to work with Quentin Tarantino.
LARS VON TRIER's new film soarked walkouts at Cannes.
GUILLERMO DEL TORO is making a horror anthology on Netflix.
SOLO is getting... decent early reviews?
AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: A seal with hiccups.
WHAT CAN CHIMP CALLS tell us about human language?
UKRAINE claims its military dolphins in Crimea refused to take orders from Russians, went on hunger strike, and died.
THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Check before you start your car.