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Thingsday. Phoenix, Sun Kil Moon, Pill, Deerhoof, Black Mamba   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



WAND shares a video for "Plum."

PHOENIX stopped by World Cafe for a chat and a five-song mini-set.

SUN KIL MOON is streaming Yellow Kitchen, a collaboration with Parquet Courts bassist Sean Yeaton.

PILL is streaming their new EP, Aggressive Advertising.

DEERHOOF shares "I Will Spite Survive."


JOHNNY MAESTRO: "The Worst That Could Happen." A great self-indulgent song written by Jimmy Webb, sung by the man who made it a hit with the Brooklyn Bridge

THE BYRDS' Chris Hillman will release his first studio album in over a decade, Bidin’ My Time. It was produced by Tom Petty. 

BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE: Kevin Drew talks to Pitchfork about the last seven years, both what's changed (technology's unrelenting narcissism) and what hasn't (the dependability of true companionship).

AFGHAN WHIGS guitarist Dave Rosser has died after a battle with cancer.

JUDAS PRIEST's Rob Halford discusses Rolling Stone's Greatest Metal Albums list.


GEORGE LUCAS' billion-dollar museum got approved in L.A.

RHIANNA's new fling is believed to be Hassan Jameel, the heir to Saudi Arabia's largest Toyota distributor.

BEN AFFLECK & JENNIFER GARNER take a post-divorce vacay together.

BILL COSBY's "town hall" tour is unlikely to happen before his retrial on sex assault charges in Pennsylvania, one of his lawyers said Tuesday.

LINDSAY LOHAN has launched an exclusive lifestyle page on the internet.

JOHNNY GALECKI's large ranch in southern California burned down in a sizeable wildfire on Monday night.

MICHAEL BOND, the genial British author who created Paddington Bear, the polite, good-natured but disaster-prone little hero of children’s novels, picture and activity books, television series, and films, died at his home in London on Tuesday. He was 91.

VENEZUELA:  The rogue police officer behind a helicopter attack on Venezuelan government buildings is an action film star who paints himself as a James Bond-*****-Rambo figure on social media.


A HOMEOWNER removes a Black Mamba under his TV.

PUMAS may be the top carnivores in much of California’s mountains, but there’s still one predator they fear above all else: humans.

ENDANGERED RED PANDAS have given birth to a pair of rare cubs.

BRUCE vs ORCA: Who You Got?

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Hump Day Things, incl U2, An DiFranco, Psychic Temple, Cats.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



XIU XIU covers ZZ Top's "Sharp Dressed Man."

U2: Watch three songs from their set at MusiCares, the charity arm of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.

ANI DiFRANCO stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

PSYCHIC TEMPLE covers Bobby Charles, Randy Newman, and the Louvin Brothers for Aquarium Drunkard.


RADIOHEAD: "Pop Is Dead."

HUSKER DU finally rolls out the merch.

SUICIDE's Alan Vega now looms over an art scene he ignored almost as assiduously as it ignored him.

PRINCE: Estate disputes cloud the future of his vault.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS: Jon Wurster talks to Allston Pudding about his relationship with goth subculture during both his formative years and now.


MICHAEL NYQVIST, who starred in the original The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo films alongside Noomi Rapace, as well as films like Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol and John Wick, died on Tuesday following a battle with lung cancer, his representative confirmed. He was 56.

SERENA WILLIAMS is profiled by Vanity Fair.

EDGAR WRIGHT talks Baby Driver with Uproxx.

BACHELOR IN PARADISE: DeMario Jackson continues recalling his side of the scandalous story. Also, contestants who want to have sex must wait a beat and get permission from producers.

DANIEL DAY-LEWIS: Becoming a dressmaker?

SALVADOR DALI wil be exhumed to settle a psychic's paternity claim.


TEN CATS take a 620-mile road trip around Japan.

FOXES on the attack in Beverly, Mass.

A MOOSE caused a stir in a Denver area mall.

A RABID BOBCAT crossed an 80-year-old woman with a sickle.

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Taking a personal day.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


REMARKABLY LITTLE in the way of what passes for "news" here. There's this:

BRAD PITT is not dating Sienna Miller or Elle Macpherson, contrary to recent reports.

OTHERWISE, I'll see you tomorrow.

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Jason Isbell, Four Blind Boys of Alabama, Jade Jackson, Bunny+Dog+Rat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, June 26, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BEACH FOSSILS skateboard (presumably on their own branded decks) in the video for "Sugar."

JASON ISBELL plays three songs on CBS This Morning.  BONUS: Isbell also covered "Whipping Post" with Gregg Allman Band's Scott Sharrard in NYC.

THE BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA share four tracks from their upcoming LP.

JADE JACKSON stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

GRIZZLY BEAR shares "Four Cypresses."

THE RAMONES: "California Sun."

THE SHAGGS play their first show in 18 years.

THE NATIONAL talks about their new LP, lyrics, politics and more.

THE BEATLES' "All You Need Is Love" turned 50 over the weekend.

ALISON MOYET talks to The Guardian about crying when John Noakes died, her childhood dreams of being a policewoman and why she loves television soaps.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Transformers: The Last Knight tops the chart with 45.3MM (and 69MM since Wed.) against a 217MM budget; it's the lowest debut of the franchise. But it made almost 200MM overseas, 123MM in China alone, and thus will likely profit based mostly on foreign receipts, much like the prior installment of this series.  Cars 3 placed with 25.2MM on a 53 percent drop itprobably couldn't afford, esp. as this franchise is not one of Pixar's strongest overseas.  Wonder Woman shows with 25.2MM (it's a tie for second given it's estimates) on a leggy 39 percent drop, crossing the300MM mark domestically and the same again in foreign markets. 47 Meters Down takes the fourth slot with 7.4MM and a 24.3MM total so far against a reported 5MM budget.  All Eyez on Me rounds out the Top Five with 5.9 million on a staggering 78 percent drop that suggests all of Tupac's fans went the first weekend.  Below the fold, The Mummy skidded another 60 percent. Ouch.

JOHNNY DEPP apologized for joking about assassinating Donald Trump.

CHARLIES SHEEN is reportedly being sued (again) for exposing a woman to HIV.

PITCH PERFECT 3 shares a trailer online.

SIGOURNEY WEAVER stars in Rakka, an experimental short sci-fi film.

SOPHIA COPPOLA talks to the Wall Street Journal about making The Beguiled.

A BUNNY, A DOGGO, and a RAT, living together...mass hysteria

THE WORLD'S UGLIEST DOG isn't very ugly this year.

A GOOSE was rescued from a skimpy red thong.

AN AGGRESSIVE BEAVER attacked two swimmers on the Rhine.

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Power Pop (Redux), Beach House, James Elkingon, Jim Lauderdale, Bears   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, June 23, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



... with POWER POP (REDUX)! For whatever reason, I have considered Summer the ideal season for gems like Badfinger's "No Matter What" (which Pate covered on occasion) and "Baby Blue", and even Todd Rundgren's "I Saw the Light" and Cheap Trick's "I Want You to Want Me."  Ditto for more obscure tracks like The Rubinoos "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" (see also their vintage cover of "Please Please Me"), Off Broadway's "Stay In Time" and "Full Moon Turn My Head Around," and Pezband's "Baby It's Cold Outside" and "Close Your Eyes."

BEACH HOUSE advance streams B-Sides And Rarities.

JAMES ELKINGTON advance streams Wintres Woma.

JIM LAUDERDALE advance streams London Southern.

GUIDED BY VOICES shares "Just To Show You."

FREE: "All Right Now." Wouldn't be Summer without it.

PRINCE: An oral history of the Purple Rain tour.

THE TROGGS: The first Punk band?

THE DRUMS: PopMatters profiles surviving member Jonny Pierce.

APPLES IN STEREO's Robert Schneider is working on unfinished Olivia Tremor Control recordings.

TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT is this weekend's sole wide release; it opened Wednesday scoring 15 percent on the ol' Tomatometer.

YOUNG HAN SOLO: Ron Howard takes over as director. And Entertainment Weekly is on how it came to this point.

BILL COSBY wants to spread the word to young people about sexual assault  ... how to avoid being accused of it. Also, a juror in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case said that after dozens of hours of grueling deliberations in a tiny room, 10 of the 12 jurors agreed he was guilty on two counts

TOM CRUISE: Curtis Armstrong writes about the making of Risky Business, and a star.

MADONNA may have a new boy toy.

JURASSIC WORLD: The sequel has a title.

WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER's second streaming season gets a trailer.

A FAMILY OF BEARS climb a fence.

A WASP flew into the mouth of Costa Rica's president.

CATS of the Tall Ships. Yaahhr.


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