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Phoebe Bridgers, Of Monsters and Men, Grace Potter, Classified K-9   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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BOTH SIDES NOW: Joni Mitchell performs her 1968 song in 1970 and in 2000, for a reflective Twofer Tuesday.

PHOEBE BRIDGERS debuted three new songs in L.A.

OF MONSTERS AND MEN play WGBH.

GRACE POTTER visits World Cafe Live.

TAME IMPALA returns with "It Might Be Time."

 

BLOOD ORANGE has shared a new video for “Dark & Handsome.”

PRINCE: Director Albert Magnoli describes working with Prince and making 'Purple Rain.'

THE NATIONAL discusses their scor for Cyrano, a play starring Pete Dinklage.

FIRST REVILED, NOW REVERED: The Historic Albums Of 1969.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Stevie Wonder's "Sir Duke," an ebullient salute to big band greats.

 

ROBERT EVANS, the Paramount executive who produced films including “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Goodbye, Columbus,” “Love Story,” “The Godfather” films, "Chinatown" and "Urban Cowboy," and whose life became as melodramatic and jaw-dropping as any of his films, died on Saturday night. He was 89.

DAVID LYNCH received an honorary Academy Award at this year's Governors Awards ceremony.

ONE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD: Entertainment Weekly has a deleted scene with Timothy Olyphant, the late Luke Perry, and young actress Julia Butters.

BEN AFFLECK is dating musician Katie Cherry.

THE MANDALORIAN contains a dramatic “Star Wars”-universe spoiler in the first episode. (NYT buried the lede there.) Here's the new trailer.

DRACULA, from the creators of Sherlock, has a teaser trailer online.

 

THE K-9 who helped capture and kill Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is rumored to be named Conan (after O'Brien, not the Barbarian).

SEAL TEAM SIX, but with three real seals.

THE ONLY AMBULANCE I want picking me up.

A GREAT WHITE SHARK tagged off Key West weighed over a tonWhat say you, Police Chief Brody?

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New Releases, Indie Basement, Big Thief, Blind Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 28, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

SHARON JONES and the DAP-KINGS:  The video for "100 Days, 100 Nights" was directed by Adam Elias Buncher, who achieved the old skool look using two vintage TV cameras bought on eBay for 50 dollars each.

NEW RELEASES: Pitchfork will point you to Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Sunn O))), King Princess,and more. Oh, and Kanye West.

INDIE BASEMENT wil point you to reeleases from Sean O'Hagan (High Llamas), and Mikal Cronin, The Gonks, and more.

BIG THIEF plays CBS This Morning.

R.E.M. shares the previously unreleased demo, “Uptempo Mo Distortion.

THE COWSILLS cover Mister Rogers' “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” And it's fan-tastic.

 

GALANTIS & DOLLY PARTON have released a video called "Faith."

INSIDE PRINCE'S ARCHIVE: Comic strips, goofy snaps and mirror selfies.

KURT COBAIN's cardigan raises a record 334K at auction.

PAUL BARRERE, the longtime guitarist and singer of Little Feat, died on Saturday at UCLA hospital. He was 71.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Leo Sayer's Leonard Cohen-biting white soul ballad, "When I Need You."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:  Joker remains atop the chart with another 18.9MM, becoming the biggest-ever  R-rated movie world wide, with the sort of legs raising the question of whether it will be in the Best Picture discussion, or muscled out by the big contenders coming as we head into year's end (the beginning of which seems to creem further up each year).  Maleficent: Mistress of Evil places with 18.5MM on a 50 percent slide, which likely means it's a dud if not a huge dud.  The Addams Family shows with 11.7MM, down only 28 percent as Halloween approaches.  Zombieland: Double Tap takes the fourth spot with 11.6MM, down 57 percent from its lackluster opening frame, meaning it likely won't match the original in theaters.  Countdown rounds out the Top Five with 9MM, which is probably fine against a 6.5MM budget heading into the holiday.

BEN AFFLECK had a sobriety setback.

FELICITY HUFFMAN was sprung from prison after 11 days; she's now the hot TV interview.

JANE FONDA recorded her BAFTA acceptance speech while being arrested.

WHEN POP ICONOGRAPHY turns political.

RYAN REYNOLDS congratulates the success of Joker as only former R-rated champ Deadpool could.

HOW ELIZABETH BANKS took control of her career.

 

THIS BLIND DOG has a guide dog.

HUMMINGBIRDS, up close and personal.

CAT AND BIRD, having an argument.

BOBCAT vs RATTLESNAKE: Who you got?

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Neil Young, Wilco, Broken Social Scene, The Hold Steady, Rats   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 25, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

... with NEIL YOUNG!  Live on the Beeb, circa '71. Your setlist includes: "Out on the Weekend," "Old Man," "Journey Thru the Past," "Heart of Gold," "Don't Let It Bring You Down," "A Man Needs A Maid," "Love in Mind," and "Dance, Dance, Dance."

WILCO, Live at Brooklyn Steel, October 13, 2019.

BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE performs for KEXP.

THE HOLD STEADY performs for KEXP.

EX-VOID shares two new songs, “Only One” and the eponymous “Ex-Vöid.”

THE 1975 shares "Frail State of Mind."

 

THE VOGUES: It's a "Five O'Clock World" on Friday. 

THE 2010s: The Rise of Bandcamp.

ARLO GUTHRIE is performing his "final" Thanksgiving show at Carnegie Hall next month.

BJORK's TOP 20, ranked by The Guardian.

THE ROCK & ROLL DREAMS of White Reaper.

 

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Black and Blue, which is currently scoring 49 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Countdown, which is scoring 33 percent; and The Current War: Directors Cut, scoring 63 percent.

TAYLOR SWIFT collaborated with composer Andrew Lloyd Webber on a new song for Cats.

BRYAN & BILLIE LOURD are disavowing an upcoming unauthorized biography of Billie's mom, the late Carrie Fisher.

BEN AFFLECK is on a dating app?

WOMEN CONFRONTING HARVEY WEINSTEIN asked to shut up and leave an event.

QUENTIN TARANTINO gets a hand from his actresses* (*Uma Thurman Not Included)

MARTHA STEWART critiques Felicity Huffman's prison wardrobe.

WONDER WOMAN 1984: After a quiet period in the media, this potentially spoilery bit.

 

RATS are capable of driving tiny cars, researchers found. It eases their anxiety.

A LAZY HORSE plays dead every time people try to ride him.

FLORIDA INMATE charged with feeding pet iguanas to alligator at sheriff's zoo.

A CAT NAMED CINDERBLOCK isn't taking her weight loss efforts seriously.

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Luna, Frank Turner, Glen Hansard, Andy Schauf, Lynx   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 24, 2019 - 08:00 AM
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THE MEMBERS: "Working Girl," from the "Where Are They Now?" file.

LUNA, Live at the Bowery Ballroom, October 20, 2019. Including covers of Serge Gainsbourg, Roy Orbison, and Donovan.

FRANK TURNER visits The Current.

GLEN HANSARD visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

ANDY SCHAUF shares "Things I Do."

NICK WATERHOUSE shares "I'm Due (For A Heartache)."

 

BECK's video for “Uneventful Days” is directed by Dev Hines and stars Evan Rachel Wood, Tessa Thompson, and Alia Shawkat.

NEIL YOUNG talks about reuniting with Crazy Horse and more.

VINYL RECORDS are expected to outsell CDs in 2019 for the first time since the 1980s.

THE PHONOCUT: Make your own vinyl.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Eagles' defining work, "Hotel California."

 

IS ANTI-HARRY & MEGHAN hysteria being whipped up by tabloids and leakers?

KEANU REEVES has been approached about joining The Fast & Furious franchise.

JON FAVREAU takes Marvel critics like Martin Scorsese in stride.

ROSE McGOWAN sues Harvey Weinstein and his ex-lawyers.

JOKER: Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips think one of the best scenes was cut at the last minute.

ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLYWOOD is headed back to theaters with new footage.

COMEDY IN THE 90s: Judd Apatow and the Decade That Followed.

 

DON'T LET THE LYNX get a taste.

THE HALLOWEEN MOOSE got a head start.

CARL SAFINA Is Certain Your Dog Loves You .

A TASMAINIAN TIGER was spotted 80 years after it was believed extinct.

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Whitney, Jay Som, Cage The Elephant, Wire, Jason isbell, Frog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

JULES SHEAR: "If She Knew What She Wants," unplugged on Unplugged, circa 1990. Check how he's holding his guitar.

WHITNEY visits The Current.

JAY SOM visits The Current.

CAGE THE ELEPHANT visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

WIRE returns with "Cactused."

JASON ISBELL covers Dire Straits' "Helplessly Hoping."

COURTNEY BARNETT covers Loose Tooth's "Keep On."

 

DESTROYER returns with a video for "Crimson Tide."

WHEN THE BEATLES WALKED OFFSTAGE: Fifty Years of Abbey Road.

IGGY POP talks to NME from the seventh floor of the Savoy.

KIM GORDON talks to All Things Considered about finally collaborating with a producer.

DAVID BYRNE, JONATHAN DEMME,and 35 Years of Stop Making Sense.

 

LORI LAUGHLIN is more likely to cop a plea after Felicity Huffman's sentence in the college admissions scandal.

HENRY THOMAS: The E.T. star was arrested for DUI in Oregon.

ROSARIO DAWSON is being sued over an alleged harassment of a transgender handyman.

HOW JOE PESCI was talked out of retirement for The Irishman.

STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER is edging Avengers: Endgame in early ticket pre-sales.

WATCHMEN: In Praise of Zack Snyder's Adaptation.

 

A FROG bench presses a couple of potatoes.

SHIRTLESS FLORIDA MAN removes a 9-foot alligator from a swimming pool, because Florida.

THE YOSEMITE SAM SCHOOL of how to deal with critters.

AFTER MENOPAUSE, Killer Whale Moms Become Pod Leaders.

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