REDBONE: "Come and Get Your Love."
NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Kacey Musgraves, Low, Sleigh Bells and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has St. Etienne, Amyl and the Sniffers, The Jazz Butcher, and more.
THE REPLACEMENTS share a video for "Shutup."
BIG THIEF debuted "Dragon" at Pitchfork Music Fest.
LANA DEL REY quits social media.
MICHAEL CHAPMAN, British guitar virtuoso, has died at 80.
MICK BRIDGEN, who for decades managed and directed tours for rock acts including Humble Pie, Mountain and Peter Frampton, died after an accident Sept. 5 at his hilltop home north of Santa Rosa. He was 73.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Taylor Dayne's sole chart-topper, the gooey and deluded Diane Warren ballad "Love Will Lead You Back."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings repeats atop the chart with an estimated 3-day of 35.7MM on a decent 53 percent drop, for the third-biggest second weekend for a September release after the It franchise. The House of Mouse is so encouraged as to announce it will honor a 30- to 45-day theatrical window for the rest of the year. Free Guy places again with 5.8MM on a leggy 35 percent drop. The debut of Malignant shows with a likely disappoining 5.6MM.
PARAMOUNT changes CEOs. Does it presage a move to favor its streaming service?
PHOEBE WALLER-BRIDGE as Indiana Jones?
KIRSTEN DUNST: Don't call it a comeback?
STEVE BUSCEMI revealed that he experienced post-traumatic stress disorder after heroically helping rescue survivors in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks.
CLINT EASTWOOD, 91, throws a punch and rides a horse in his new movie. And he's not ready to quit.
HOW A FAKE BRITISH ACCENT Took Hollywood by Storm.
LOOPER: How the 2012 time-travel thriller rewrote the future of Chinese-American co-productions.
A CAT clinging to a balcony is rescued in dramatic fashion at a college football game.
THE MOST POPULAR DOG Names in NYC.
CONGRESSWOMAN ELEANOR NORTON HOLMES denied responsibility for letting loose six zebras that have been on the run in Maryland.