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Cursive, Wild Pink, Joni Mitchell, Conor Oberst, Llama   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, November 08, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


NIRVANA, covering Bowie's "The Man Who Sold The World."

CURSIVE plays an acoustic Stereogum Session.

WILD PINK plays a stripped-down Stereogum Session.

JONI MITCHELL turns 75, so The Key posted a 75-song playlist. All Songs posted a 75-question quiz.

CONOR OBERST shares “No One Changes” and “The Rockaways.”

SMASHING PUMPKINS shares "Knights Of Malta."


NEKO CASE shares a video for "Last Lion of Albion."

MARIANNE FAITHFULL, interviewed by Nick Cave.

CAN co-founder Irmin Schmidt talks to SPIN about projects old and new.

LUCY DACUS talks to Noisey about tarot, astrology, and accents on the Historian and the boygenius musician's first-ever "proper" date. 

THE NUMBER ONES looks at South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela's flukey instrumental jazz hit "Grazing In The Grass."


BREAKING BAD is headed for the big screen.

SELENA GOMEZ has left rehab after entering the treatment center at the beginning of October.

EZRA MILLER calls out his own franchise success and powerful men in Hollywood.

BRAD PITT claims ANGELINA JOLIE is putting the kids through an unnecessarily damaging child custody proceeding.

JENNIFER GARNER had a wardrobe malfunction at church.

OWEN WILSON seems uninterested in his third child.

CHRIS PRATT & ANNA FARIS are divorcing, but living nearby each other.


A LLAMA, taking a taxi.

FLORIDA MAN Breaks Into Alligator Compound. What could possibly go wrong?

SUSAN, could you please get your cat off of me?

DID THE OWL DO IT? Unpacking the Weirdest Fan Theory About Netflix's The Staircase.

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Mountain Man, Lee Ann Womack, Ellis, Citrus Pup   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, November 07, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE ONLY ONES: "Another Girl, Another Planet," live in '79.

MOUNTAIN MAN stops by The Current.

LEE ANN WOMACK plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

ELLIS streams The Fuzz EP.


J MASCIS shares a video for "Elastic Days."

ARETHA FRANKLIN: The Amazing Grace documentary is to be released almost 50 years after filming.

CHARLES BRADLEY: As Daptone release his posthumous album, Ozzy Osbourne, Margo Price and more remember his talent.

R.E.M.: Listening to the final years.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Herb Alpert's Burt Bacharach/Hal David-written ballad "This Guy's In Love With You."


IDRIS ELBA: People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive.

BRADGELINA move closer to a child custody trial.

SHREK is headed for a reboot.

JOHN LEGEND found his voice.

CAPTAIN MARVEL can hook you up to some phone sex.


A PUPPER does not like the lime.

NOT THE HEROES WE DESERVE, but the heroes we need.

CUTE CUBS are snapped playing hide-and-seek and climbing trees in Finland.

ORANGUTANS are still in decline in Indonesia.

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Ty Segall, Hanson, Prince, Andrew Bird, Big Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, November 06, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THAT PETROL EMOTION: "Big Decision." Add Devo's "Freedom of Choice" for an election-themed Twofer Tuesday.

TY SEGALL plays a solo acoustic set at The Current.

HANSON is advance streaming String Theory.

DON'T STOP NOW II: A sequel charity compilation of covers.

PRINCE's estate has announced a series of weekly video uploads from the archives, starting with three rarities.


ANDREW BIRD shares a video for "Bloodless."

THOM YORKE talks about scoring Suspiria.

JOHNNY MARR talks about singing Smith songs solo, and more.

SANTIGOLD's Cultural Highlights.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Paul Simon's 'The Graduate' soundtrack smash "Mrs. Robinson."


THE WALKING DEAD: Andrew Lincoln will reprise his role as Rick Grimes in a trio of big-budget, feature-length movies that will air on AMC.

THE SPICE GIRLS are reuniting, minus Posh.

HARVEY WEINSTEIN's lawyers are making a new attempt to get the New York sexual assault case against him dismissed.

MAC MILLER died from an accidental overdose, according to the autopsy.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR is being sued by the EMT who placed her on a gurney during her June arrest.

HAYDEN PANETIERRE answered the door to police last month in an apparent drunk and frantic state after her new beau got into an altercation with his dad.

JEOPARDY & WHEEL OF FORTUNE spin on through 2023.


"MATE, I am the couch."

A MAN-EATING TIGRESS was lured to her death with Calvin Klein Obsession.

THE NATIONAL ZOO's NAKED MOLE RATS Still Have Not Chosen Their Queen.

NOISY SHIPS are killing off the whale song.

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Car Seat Headrest, Stephen Malkmus, Snail Mail, Beatles, Duck and Hound   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, November 05, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BRIAN WILSON plays "Sail On Sailor" at the Ed Sullivan Theater, with Matthew Sweet and Darius Rucker.

CAR SEAT HEADREST, Live at Pitchfork Music Paris.

STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS, Live at Pitchfork Music Paris.

SNAIL MAIL, Live at Pitchfork Music Paris.

THE BEATLES: Hear two alternate versions of "Glass Onion."

LCD SOUNDSYSTEM covers Heaven 17''s “(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang.”

FATHER JOHN MISTY sorta covers Coldplay's "Clocks."


JOHN DENVER & JOHNNY CASH play "Take Me Home, Country Roads" in the summer of 1978, in a video thought to have been lost forever.

CHRISSIE HYNDE talks about feminism, censorship and the power of painting.

HOW DID BLONDIE, looked down upon by its more well-respected peers, transform itself into the world’s biggest bands?

ROBYN talks about the making of Honey, hearing the music of her youth with new ears and why letting go of some control has helped her grow — both in life and art.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Archie Bell & The Drells' "Tighten Up," arguably the first funk song ever to hit No. 1.


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Bohemian Rhpasody is the champion, my friends -- to the tune of 50MM, well above the so-called gurus' 30-40MM projections. Its worldwide total of 141MM probably puts it in the black immediately. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms places with 20MM, which is an inauspicious start for the holiday movie season and an almost certain flop for the House of Mouse, given a reported 132MM production budget. Nobody's Fool shows with 14MM against a 19MM budget, which isn't terrible, but looking like the low end of Tyler Perry earners. A Star is Born slides to fourth with 11.1MM, but that slide is a still-leggy 21 percent; Cooper and Gaga may make it to 200MM domestic yet. As (sort of) expected, Halloween tumbles 65 percent from the top slot to round out the Top Five with 11MM and 150MM total domestic against a mere 10MM budget.

DIANE KRUGER & NORMAN REEDUS welcome their first child together.

ALEC BALDWIN denies punching a man over a parking dispute.

JERRY SEINFELD talks to the New York Times about the state of comedy.

J.J. ABRAMS is looking to land a lucrative megadeal with a big media company.

MICHAEL CAINE talks about blowing the bloody doors off.

AVATAR: Four sequel titles.

TRUE DETECTIVE: Season 3, Trailer Two.

THE 40 GREATEST MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS, according to Vulture, not me.


DUCK & HOUND, living together... mass hysteria!

THAT HOUND can jump.

IN OTTER NEWS: Water sausage does a sausage roll.

LEARN FROM THE BABY BEAR: Look up, don't give up.

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Bowie, Charles Bradley, The Glands, Laura Jane Grace, Sun Kil Moon, Cats + Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, November 02, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



... with DAVID BOWIE! The 1980 Floor Show was really recorded live at the Marquee, circa October 1973.  It aired on The Midnight Special the following month. Your selist includes: "Sorrow," "Everything's Alright," "Space Oddity," "I Can't Explain," "Time," "The Jean Genie," and "I Got You Babe," ft. Marianne Faithfull.

CHARLES BRADLEY advance streams Black Velvet.

THE GLANDS advance streams Double Coda.

LAURA JANE GRACE & THE DEVOURING MOTHERS advance streams Bought to Rot.

SUN KIL MOON streams This Is My Dinner.

GUIDED BY VOICES announces two new albums and share "Cohesive Scoops."


STARS share "Are You With Me?"


THE KINKS: Ray and Dave Davies and Mick Avory talked all things Village Green with Rolling Stone.

CAT POWER: Chan Marshall shares her favorite albums with The Quietus.

QUEEN: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know That Bohemian Rhapsody Gets Completely Wrong.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Bobby Goldsboro's pop-country death ballad "Honey".

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Bohemian Rhapsody, which is currently scoring 59 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, which is scoring 34 percent; and Nobody's Fool, which was not advance screened.

GAME OF THRONES: Entertainment Weekly goes behind the scenes of the HBO epic's final season.

EWAN McGREGOR is set to play the Batman villain Black Mask in Margot Robbie's Birds of Prey.

SYLVESTER STALLONE will not face rape charges after prosecutors in California found there was insufficient evidence to charge the Hollywood icon.

TOM HANKS has discussed recording his last scene for the final Toy Story film.

RIDLEY SCOTT has begun forward progress on a sequel to Gladiator?

BAD BOYS: A threequel looks official.

PENNY DREADFUL: Showtime greenlit City of Angels, a sequel series set in the 1930s Los Angeles.

"EVERY TIME, every single time..."

A PIANIST is comforting blind and elderly elephants by playing the piano for them at a sanctuary in Thailand.

COW ON THE LAM needed a getaway car.

A SERIES OF COUGAR ATTACKS in Utah may be the work of more than one.

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