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Otis Redding Review, Conor Oberst & Dawes, Tom Petty, Cutout Bin, Kitten Attack   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, June 06, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with OTIS REDDING & FRIENDS!  Circa 1967, this review includes Booker T & The MGs ("Green Onions"), The Mar-Keys ("Philly Dog"), Arthur Conley ("Sweet Soul Music"), Eddie Floyd ("Raise Your Hand"), Sam and Dave ("You Don't Know Like I Know," "Soothe Me," and "Hold On, I'm Coming"), the Mar-Keys ("Philly Dog" and "Last Night") and a barnstorming, five-song set by Otis Redding that includes "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)," "My Girl," "Shake," "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," and "Try A Little Tenderness." And yeah, that's Donald "Duck" Dunn on bass behind Otis.

CONOR OBERST & DAWES played a mini-set together on The Current.

JOHN GRANT played a set at Rockwood Music Hall for WFUV.  

ST. LUCIA stopped by WFUV's Studio A to perform a couple of songs from When the Night

JESSICA LEA MAYFIELD performs in the WNYC Soundcheck studio. 

TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS return with “American Dream Plan B” ahead of Hypnotic Eye.

LOS CAMPESINOS! drop "Little Mouth"  for the movie Benny And Jolene.

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

SPOON: Britt Daniel and Jim Eno talk to All Songs Considered about their upcoming LP.

THE KLAXONS: Jamie Reynolds talks to The Guardian about New Rave and a new album.

THE BEASTIE BOYS take a 1.7 million dollar Monster Energy drink.

GARY GLITTER has been charged with eight more sexual offenses, all of which involve girls who were between 12 and 14 years of age, and all of which were allegedly committed between 1977 and 1980.

CUTOUT BIN: From the Doors to the Old 97s, from the Georgia Satelittes to Bananarama, from REM to Jimi Hendrix,plus the Clash, Clarence Carter, Jimmy Page, the Beatles and more -- this Friday's fortuitous finds are streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are: The Fault In Our Stars, which is currently scoring 79 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and Edge of Tomorrow, which is scoring 89 percent. Chef expands wide at 88 percent.

JUSTIN BIEBER apologized yet again for another racist video. Did TMZ blackmail Bieber with it?

LEONARDO DiCAPRIO refused to be filmed for Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

ROSAMUND PIKE is expecting her second child with Robie Uniacke.

D-DAY: The anniversary of the invasion ofNormandy is here, now with color footage.

UKRAINE: Conflicting accounts emerged Wednesday from heightened fighting in eastern Ukraine, with a Ukrainian government official claiming forces loyal to Kiev had inflicted heavy losses on separatists and a pro-Russia official boasting that militants had downed government jets and helicopters.

VENEZUELA: A Venezuelan judge has ordered opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez to stand trial on charges of instigating violence at an anti-government protest in February.

NIGERIA: Hundreds of people were killed in raids by Boko Haram Islamic militants in northeast Nigeria's Borno state, on the border with Cameroon, with some sources putting the death toll at 400 to 500.

LIBYAN National Army forces leader Khalid Haftar survived a suicide bombing at his headquarters yesterday that slightly injured him; he said he is well and that "there will be a strong response" to the attack.

IRAN: Speaking from a stage decorated with a banner proclaiming “America cannot do a damn thing,” Iran’s supreme leader on Wednesday asserted that the Obama administration had taken the option of military intervention to resolve conflicts off the table.

WHEN KITTEN ATTACKS: Let's go to the Vine.

IRANIAN GOAT on a motorbike.

BAO BAO the PANDA turned down a wedding invitation.

CAPYBARAS, TURTLES & DUCKS, sleeping together.... mass hysteria!

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GbV, Jack White, Kasabian, Michael Stipe, Jeff Tweedy, Mourning Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, June 05, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


HAD SOME PERSONAL BIZ, so today is the economy version of the blog.

GUIDED BY VOICES brings Funnie Or Die in to spoof Simon & Garfunkel in the video for "Bad Love Is Easy To Do."

JACK WHITE is advance streaming Lazaretto via iTunes.

KASABIAN is streaming 48:13 via iTunes.

CRAFT SPELLS advance streams Nausea.

MICHAEL STIPE talks and drops new music at Salon.

JEFF TWEEDY has formed a band with his son, Spencer; Scott McCaughey plays keyboards. They drop “I’ll Sing It,” ahead of Sukierae.

BOB MOULD talks to NPR about his beautiful, ruinous life in Punk.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN:  Born In The U.S.A. turns 30. Get Off My Lawn.

DON HENLEY is feuding with Okkervil River and Frank Ocean.


JUSTIN BIEBER did a horribly racist version of his own song 5 years ago.

KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN is pregnant again and expecting her third child with longtime love Scott Disick later this year.

GWYNETH PALTROW thinks water has feelings.

NAOMI WATTS joins the Divergent franchise.

CAMERON DIAZ & BENJI MADDEN: Caught canoodling on camera.

ROBERT PATTINSON is not Indiana Jones.

STAR WARS: ESPISODE VII director J.J. Abrams drops his own spoiler pic.

JUPITER DESCENDING? At the 11th hour, Lana and Andy Wachowski's sci-fi epic Jupiter Ascending, starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis, is being pushed back from July 18 to Feb. 6, 2015.


THIS DOG will break your heart in six seconds.

A NEWLY-DISCOVERED FISH has an anus right behind its head.

THE SHEEP World Cup.

VULTURES move in on lobbyists in Washington DC.

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The Fresh & Onlys, Cleanup, Robyn Hitchcock, Neko Case, 2-Legged Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, June 04, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


PARQUET COURTS' video for "Black And White" is not in color.

THE FRESH & ONLYS advance stream House Of Spirits.

CLEANUP is streaming Sun Life.

WRECK & REFERENCE advance stream Want.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from Conor Oberst, Jenny Lewis, My Brightest Diamond, and more highlight the latest edition.

ROBYN HITCHCOCK covers the Psychedelic Furs’ "The Ghost In You" ahead of The Man Upstairs. Fun fact: I met the woman about whom the song was reportedly written.

NEKO CASE drops “These Aren’t The Droids,” ahead of the 2776 compilation.


THE BLACK KEYS: Patrick Carney talks to Carrie Brownstein about the complications of social media, the surreal nature of success, negative press, misconstrued interview statements, and more.

LED ZEPPELIN: A lawsuit has been filed claiming that the iconic Led Zeppelin song "Stairway to Heaven" was far from original.

SONGS OF THE SUMMER Since 1962, compiled by Mashable.

THE 50 BEST LPs of 2014 (So far), according to SPIN.

RHIANNA: Apparently, a see-through dress is still edgy, even at  the Council of Fashion Designers of America's fashion awards.

JONAH HILL threw a homophobic slur at a paparazzo, apologized on Howard Stern. Same stuff, different celeb.

KEIRA KNIGHTLEY is the Elle UK cover story.

BEYONCE is profiled by the New York Times magazine.

STAR WARS: EPISODE VII will apparently include a familiar object, according to the latest TMZ spoiler pic.

DR. STRANGE may be helmed by a rising horror director, Scott Derrickson.

UKRAINE: As President Obama prepared to meet with Ukraine's president-elect for the first time Wednesday, the U.S. continued to rule out providing weapons to help Ukraine fight against pro-Russian insurgents. Ukrainian troops on Tuesday launched an offensive against pro-Russian insurgents in the eastern city of Slovyansk and advanced through the city’s outskirts, the nation’s interior minister said.

NIGERIA: Suspected Boko Haram militants bombed a sports bar near a military special operations base in Mubi in Adamawa state yesterday, killing at least 18 people and injuring 19; a suspect has been arrested.

LIBYA: Khalid Haftar's Libyan National Army claimed that it now controls about 80 percent of Benghazi, after clashes and airstrikes that included bombing the former Crown Prince's palace in the Fuwayhat area, which Ansar al Sharia was using as a headquarters.

AFGHANISTAN: To pull off the prisoner swap of five Taliban leaders for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the White House overrode an existing interagency process charged with debating the transfer of Guantanamo Bay prisoners and dismissed long-standing Pentagon and intelligence community concerns based on Top Secret intelligence about the dangers of releasing the five men, sources familiar with the debate tell TIME.

A DOUBLE-AMPUTEE CAT navigates the stairs.

THE BIRDS: A woman was knocked out cold by a hawk in Forest Hills, PA.

A LARGE HOG escaped an exploding barbeque in Barrie, Ontario.

"RAT GIRL" has single-handedly launched an infestation of San Francisco after releasing thousands of rodents on to the streets of the city.

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Chrissie Hynde, Phoenix, Deathcats, Lust For Youth, Base Jumping Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, June 03, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE ORWELLS visit "North Ave."

CHRISSIE HYNDE advance streams Stockholm.

DEATHCATS advance stream All Hail Deathcats.

LUST FOR YOUTH advance streams International.

PHOENIX perfoms a Takeaway Show for La Blogotheque.

WAR: As the days get shorter, "Low Rider" and "Spill the Wine" (with Eric Burdon) are your Twofer Tuesday.

BOB MOULD lists his favorite books for The Week, starting with one from Jimmy Webb.

JACK WHITE apologizes. To everybody.

"HANDSOME DICK" MANITOBA is interviewed by Dave Springer, aka Tutu & the Pirates front man Little Richie Speck, at the Chicago Reader.

THE OLD 97s are profiled by the Illinois Entertainer.

STAR WARS: EPISODE VII adds Lupita Nyong'o and Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie to its cast. TMZ has spoiler pics from the set.

BRAD PITT talks about the nutter who assaulted him on the red carpet.

CHRIS BROWN was released from jail.

V. STIVIANO: Donald Sterling's galpal was pummeled by two men who shouted racial slurs at her outside a restaurant in the Meatpacking District Sunday night, her lawyer claimed. Funny that should happen right after a video of her own racial remarks surfaced.

SCOUT WILLIS talks about walking topless around NYC in protest of Instagram's policy about NSFW photos.

SHAILENE WOODLEY & BRIE LARSON get a lengthy joint profile in New York magazine. Can't believe they skipped Larson's rockstar turn in Scott Pilgrim vs The World. Oh yeah.

CASEY KASEM's wife throws meat at his daughter while referencing biblical scripture after her husband is removed from the home by an ambulance.

UKRAINE: Five militants were killed in the volatile eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk on Monday after they took part in a large coordinated assault on a border guard base, an official at the Ukrainian State Border Guard Service told CNN.

AFGHANISTAN: The sense of pride expressed by officials of the Obama administration at the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is not shared by many of those who served with him, veterans and soldiers who call him a deserter whose "selfish act" ended up costing the lives of better men.

IRAQ: For all of its problems, parliamentary democracy does seem to be taking root.

A DOG base jumps.

A PUPPY drove a car into a Massachusetts pond.

A CRAB CASTRATING BARNACLE zombifies its prey.

THE SWARM: Don't go back to Beeville.

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First Aid Kit, Jose James, Mary Gauthier, Wye Oak, Otters   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, June 02, 2014 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


RYAN ADAMS covers the Pointer Sisters' "Neutron Dance" at a tech conference.

FIRST AID KIT is advance streaming Stay Gold.

JOSE JAMES is advance streaming While You Were Sleeping.

MARY GAUTHIER is advance streaming Trouble & Love.

WYE OAK performs in the WNYC Soundcheck studio.

PETULA CLARK goes "Downtown" on the Dean Martin Show (originally from TOTP). The lights are much brighter there.

JACK WHITE gets a meaty profile at The Guardian, touching on matters personal and musical.

SHARON VAN ETTEN is interviewed by Fred Armisen about her new LP.

OWEN PALLETT shares his favorite albums with The Quietus.

RUSH: The Guardian's  ten picks are largely non-obvious.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Maleficent tops the chart with 70 million, an overperformance that suggests it may be profitable on its 180 million budget, particularly as audiences appear to be more forgiving than the critics, handing out an "A" ConemaScore.  X-Men: Days of Future Past places with 32 million; that 64 percent drop is steep, but the mutants already haveover 500 million in worldwide sales.  The debut of A Million Ways to Die in the West shows with 17 million, which may not be bad against a 40 million budget....but the heavy marketing campaign is not included in that figure.  Godzilla grabs the fourth slot with 12.2 million on a 60 percent drop; the big lizard has roughly 375 million total worldwide so far, with China and Japan yet to come.  Blended rounds out the Top 5 with 8.4 million on a 41 percent drop; this one may not see profits until well into the home market.

ANN B. DAVIS, veteran comic actress best known for playing Alice on The Brady Bunch, has died after a fall at home. She was 88.

JUSTIN BIEBER told a racist joke to friends while his own photographer was rolling.

V. STIVIANO: Donald Sterling's gal pal is also on tape making racist comments.


GINNIFER GOODWIN and Josh Dallas welcomed a baby boy.

MELISSA ETHERIDGE  and partner Linda Wallem married on Saturday night.

RAY J was busted by Beverly Hills cops Friday night after a disturbance at a swanky hotel allegedly turned into a violent confrontation with officers.

JOSH BROLIN is playing Thanos in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.

AFGHANISTAN: President Obama decided to trade five top Taliban commanders held at Guantanamo Bay for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl without consulting Congress because officials believed the soldier's life was in danger, according to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.

SUDAN's foreign ministry on Sunday repudiated a pledge the government would order the release of Meriam Ibrahim, the mother sentenced to death for apostasy.

EGYPT: An alleged Muslim Brotherhood member was killed in Cairo when a bomb he was carrying to attack police exploded as he was riding a motorbike.

IRAQ: Nearly 800 people--mostly civilians--were killed in violence across Iraq in May, the United Nations said on Sunday, making it the deadliest month so far this year.

OTTERS playing an organ at the National Zoo.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Police rescued a woman from a militant squirrel who invaded her handbag.

A BLACK BEAR chilled out in a Daytona Beach hammock.

CATCALLS: What do meows mean?

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