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Tuesday, but the hump day of September.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE SUPREMES perform "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "Somewhere" from West Side Story in October 1966 for Twofer Tuesday.

DIONNE WARWICK joined GLADYS KNIGHT & PATTI lABELLE on Verzuz.

DECLAN McKENNA plays a Tiny Desk Concert, sort of.

ANGEL OLSEN covers George Harrison's "Beware of Darkness."

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS share "Get Famous."

 

FLEETWOOD MAC's “You Make Loving Fun” gets the indie-metal treatment.

THE OLD 97s' Rhett Miller talks about the band's latest album 'Twelfth' and the overlap of comedy and music.

DEVENDRA BANHART catches up with Aquarium Drunkard.

BAD BRAINS' original singer, Sidney McCray, has died.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Daryl Hall & John Oates' anxious and expensive dance-pop jam "Out Of Touch."

 

ALMOST FAMOUS is turning 20, with reflections by music writers at Uproxx, Paste, and Stereogum (and that is the ranked order).

JENNIFER ANISTON & BRAD PITT turned up in Dane Cook's table read of Fast Times at Ridgemont High for charity, streaming Thursday.  Sean Penn will be there... not playing Spicoli.

MALCOLM & MARIE, starring Zendaya and John David Washington, is headed to Netflix for 30MM.

CHEERLEADER JERRY HARRIS of Netflix's Cheer is under FBI investigation for allegedly soliciting sexually explicit photos and sex from minors.

GAME OF THRONES: Inside the Disastrous Pilot.

THE BOYS: How they made the first season of Amazon's superhero subversion.

CHRIS HEMSWORTH, with the weather report.

 

WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH SOMEONE who doesn't know you exist.

THE SWAN wants you to mask up.

AND LIKE THAT... he's gone.

THE KNOXVILLE TIGER could be a bobcat.

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It's Monday. Again.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 14, 2020 - 02:20 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

REDBONE: "Come and Get Your Love."

NEW RELEASES: paste wll point you to Doves, Flaming Lips, Lo Tom and more.

PHOEBE BRIDGERS plays a Tiny Desk Concert from a fake Oval Office.

DIRTY PROJECTORS cover Stan Getz and João Gilberto as part of a Lagniappe Session.

TOM PETTY: Hear the previously unreleased song, "Confusion Wheel."

CALIFONE covers John Prine's "Crazy As A Loon."

 

NICK CAVE covers T. Rex's "Cosmic Dancer."

TOOTS HIBBERT, leader of the legendary ska outfit The Maytals, died on Friday at 77.  He's generallycredited with popularizing the term "reggae."

TOM MORELLO shares the soundtrack of his life.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Wham!'s relentlessly silly US pop breakthrough, "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE? Tenet tops the chart with 6.7MM on a 29 percent drop, for a 29.5MM domestic total and a 200MM+ worldwide total. The New Mutants placed with 2.1MM, down 30 percent and a running total of 15.3MM.  Unhinged shows with 1.5MM on a (dare it be said) leggy 16 prcent drop.

MULAN had a 23.2MM opening in China ( 23 percent ahead of Aladdin's debut there, but less than half of the Lion King remake).

WONDER WOMAN 1984 is moving again, this time to Christmas.

TENET: The WB is being stingy with their numbers.

MOVIEGOERS are still scared to go.

IDRIS ELBA and his wife Sabrina Dhowre now have a new baby boy.

LEIGHTON MEESTER & ADAM BRODY welcomed their second child together, a baby boy.

 

DON'T WORRY: The pig has a ticket.

THE DOGGOS want to speak to their attorney.

CATS & DOGS: The eternal struggle.

HUGE SWARMS OF MOSQUITOES are draining blood from and killing livestock in Louisiana after Hurricane Laura swept through the state.

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The B-52s, Diana Rigg RIP, and Friday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 11, 2020 - 01:31 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE B-52s!  The quirky combo from Athens, GA, has had a long and storied career, but we'll (mostly) stick to the early stuff this weekend.  So, from the self-titled debut, classics "Planet Claire," "Rock Lobster,"  "Lava," and "Dance This Mess Around." And from the sophomore LP, Wild Planet, "Party Out of Bounds," "Give Me Back My Man", "Private Idaho" and "Dirty Back Road."  BONUS: "Song For A Future Generation," because it's the first song I heard them play live. DOUBLE BONUS: "Deadbeat Club," because get off my lawn.

BILL CALLAHAN does a backyard Tiny Desk Concert.

BEABADOOBEE visits with The Current.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED with the Front Bottoms, Spacemoth, Frances Cone, and more.

DJANGO DJANGO returns with "Spirals."

ELVIS COSTELLO shares "Hey Clcokface" in medley with Fats Waller's "How Can You Face Me."

BEDOUINE, WAXAHATCHEE & HURRAY FOR THE RIFF-RAFF cover Big Star's "Thirteen."

THE NATIONAL's Matt Berninger shares "One More Second."

 

BOB MOULD shares "Siberian Butterfly."

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN shares a "Letter to You."

MARGO PRICE shares the "downer version" of "Letting Me Down."

SUZANNE VEGA talks to Stereogum about Lou Reed, "Luka," "Left of Center," and more. 

HITS, MISSES & MAJOR LABELS: Veruca Salt's Louise Post and Local H's Scott Lucas on surviving the '90s alt-rock boom.

VINYL sales have surpassed CD sales for the first time since 1986.

 

DIANA RIGG, the Emmy- and Tony-winning British actress who vaulted to international fame in the 1960s with her performance as Emma Peel on The Avengers, then gained a new following decades later as Lady Olenna Tyrell on Game of Thrones, has died. She was 82.

MULAN: Disney sucked up to China, only to get kicked in the teeth.

ANNE HATHAWAY is in final negotiations for Mr. and Mrs. Smith director Doug Liman’s heist romantic-comedy set during our current crisis, Lockdown.

R KELLY was denied bail by a federal appeals court in New York this week after being attacked by a fellow inmate in prison.

NEVE CAMPBELL is returning for the Scream relaunch.

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN, ranked by Uproxx.

HOW THE MANDALORIAN is getting the MCU back into production.

FREAKY, a horror-comedy take on that body-switching Friday flick, with... Vince Vaughn(!), has a trailer online.

9/11: The first five minutes of CNN coverage. I came out of the shower, saw the second plane hit on NBC, and knew had had to contact my boss, whose daughter lived in NYC. There is still a lot of crazy stuff going on around the country and the world as a result, so consider taking a moment to watch and remember, esp. with a new generation that has grown up with no direct memory of the event.

 

A BABY GOAT trapped in a pit is reunited with family.

LIONS, hanging out at the beach.

A TIGER ON THE LAM, in a Knoxville, TN industrial park.

A 62-YEAR-OLD PYTHON laid seven eggs despite not being near a male python for at least two decades.

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Thursday is when it sinks in that I didn't really get a 3-day weekend.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 10, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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KISS: "Black Diamond." They got you under their thumb. More Cowbell.

PERFUME GENIUS visits KCRW and covers Leonard Cohen. No, not "Hallelujah."

RAY LAMONTAGNE visits with World Cafe.

BETTYE LaVETTE visits with World Cafe.

JANELLE MONAE shares "Turntables."

BEABADOOBEE shares "Worth It."

 

GOOD SAD HAPPY BAD, formerly Micachu and The Shapes, share "Shades."

A FALL MUSIC PREVIEW, courtesy of Paste.

DOVES discuss their return at American Songwriter.

RONALD BELL, who founded the iconic funk and R&B group Kool & The Gang with his brother Robert, died on Tuesday at 68.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Billy Ocean's horny dance-pop breakthrough "Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run)."

 

DUNE has a trailer online.

THE OSCARS' Diversity Misdirection.

MEGXIT: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex set rules for their speaking gigs.

TMZ: Former employess call the workplace toxic, misogynistic, and racist.

KEVIN SPACEY is being sued by two men who allege he sexually assaulted them in separate incidents when they were both just 14.

DENISE RICHARDS is leaving “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

ALEC & HLARIA BALDWIN welcome their fifth child together.

DAVID HARBOUR & LILY ALLEN didn't let the ink dry on thier Vegas marriage license.

THE WALKING DEAD will end after Season 11 with a spin-off.

 

I'M NOT ALONE. I Have My Cats.

A BISON fords through a major winter storm that blanketed Yellowstone National Park on Labor Day.

A GREAT WHITE SHARK was spotted less than ten feet from shore in Massachusetts. What say you, Police Chief Brody?

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Wednesday feels less humpy in a short week.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 09, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

OF MONTREAL backed actor Paul Rudd and actor-director David Wain on Boston's classic "More Than A Feeling."

CAR SEAT HEADREST visits World Cafe.

HANNAH GEORGAS visits World Cafe.

THE WAR AND TREATY vists with The Current.

NEW ORDER returns with "Be a Rebel."

JULIA HOLTER covers Neil Young's "Gold Dust Woman."

 

LANA DEL REY, Interviewed by Jack Antonoff.

THE TOP 30 ALBUMS OF 1990, according to Bill's Indie Basement.  And 40 more Bill likes a lot.

BRIGHT EYES is profiled at Rolling Stone.

GUITARS ARE BACK, Baby!

 

KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS is finally going away.

THE OSCARS announced Tuesday that movies must meet certain criteria in terms of representation in order to be eligible for the Academy Award for best picture beginning in 2024.

MULAN: Disney's live-action remake has drawn a fresh wave of criticism for being filmed partly in Xinjiang, the region in China where Uighur Muslims have been detained in mass internment camps.

THE MANDALORIAN: A First look inside season 2.

ARMIE HAMMER is already moving on after his break up from Elizabeth Chambers. He's also starring in Netflix's remake of Rebecca, which has a new trailer.

DAVID HARBOUR & LILY ALLEN got a marriage license in Vegas.

NOMADLAND, starring Frances McDormand, has a trailer online.

KEVIN DOBSON, who starred as Telly Savalas' eager young partner Bobby Crocker on Kojak and as Michele Lee's husband, Mack MacKenzie, on Knots Landing, has died. He was 77.

 

OH YEAH, that really hits the spot.

ROOKIE SHEEPDOG cruelly exposed on his first day.

THE GOAT wasn't kidding around: Georgia farm animal jumps into cop car, chews papers, spills a drink, then head-butts deputy.

A MAMA WOLF protects her babies from a bear.

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