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Smiths, Other Lives, Zola Jesus, Chris Whitley, Cutout Bin, Emmitt Thunderpaws   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 19, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with THE SMITHS! RhinoUK has posted a 17-minute long "lost" documentary made for the press, ostensibly to promate the band's 1992 "best of" release.

OTHER LIVES played a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.

ABE VIGODA (the band, not the actor) did the four free songs thing at Daytrotter.

ZOLA JESUS does a twofer at Daytrotter.

WARREN HAYNES, one of Rolling Stone's 25 greatest guitarists of all time, plays World Cafe Live.

CHRIS WHITLEY: Railroad Sunset.

THE CURE: Yeah, it's that day of the week again.

BRIAN WILSON: Portrait of the Artist.

PITCHFORK at 15: A decade and a half of choice interview quotes.

WAR IS OVER: Ending a four-year legal battle with over 3000 independent music publishers, Google Inc.‘s online video site YouTube has agreed to pay licensing fees with the National Music Publishers Assn.

RETROMANIA: Simon Reynolds' new book was reviewed and excerpted at the NYT.

DAVID BYRNE's Fake iPhone Apps.

ATTN RICK NIELSEN: Your 12-necked guitars are ready.

CUTOUT BIN: From Husker Du to James Brown, from the Dead Kennedys to Feist, from Sly & the Family Stone to the Feelies, plus the Lovin' Spoonful, Smithereens, Ventures, Black Keys and more -- this Friday's fortuitous finds are now streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include: the latest Spy Kids, which was not screened for critics; the reboot of Conan the Barbarian, currently scoring 27 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; the remake of Fright Night, scoring 76 percent; and One Day, at 29 percent.

GWYNETH PALTROW saved a life on 9/11?

ANNE HATHAWAY's diet sounds a bit extreme.

DANIEL RADCLIFFE and the Mystery Girlfriend.

JESSE JAMES & KAT VON D: Together again.

KATE WINSLET, EMMA THOMPSON & RACHEL WEISZ have formed the "British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League."

BLADE RUNNER: Ridley Scott is committing to direct and produce a sequel or a prequel to the 1982 cult classic.

PAUL REUBENS talks to The Wrap about reviving Pee-Wee, Judd Appatow, and his Emmy nomination.

ROGER EBERT excerpts his upcoming memoirs.

YEMEN: Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters took control of the coastal city of Sharqa in Abyan province.

PAKISTAN's unpopular president, Asif Ali Zardari, is receiving rare domestic praise this week for a move that even opponents say could help accomplish something that has long been the domain of the Pakistani army -- pacifying the militant-riddled tribal belt.

AFGHANISTAN: The NATO-led alliance has switched approach in training Afghan forces, a US major general said, in the face of escalating violence and a looming 2014 deadline to hand over security responsibilities.

EMMITT THUNDERPAWS welcomes his military dad home.

THE NEW CHUPACABRA? Prince George's Hospital Center workers have adopted a mythical creature as their new mascot.

A CAPYBARA was spotted by workers at the Paso Robles Wastewater Treatment Plant and photographed before submerging back into the water.

A GROUNDHOG terrorizes Princeton, NJ. Dinsdale! (no, that would be a hedgehog.)

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Stephin Merritt, Ron Sexsmith, Neil Young, Woodstock, Otter & Puppy   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 18, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


LOCKSLEY: The dancetastic -- and unofficial, I think -- video for "The Whip" pays homage to Dirty Dancing, Boogie Nights, Wayne's World, Risky Business, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Saturday Night Fever, Pulp Fiction and many more...

STEPHIN MERRITT is advance streaming Obscurities.

RON SEXSMITH plays a session at WFUV's Studio A.

NEIL YOUNG: Chicago Hurricane, November 15, 1976.


WOODSTOCK: Forgot to mention that on Aug. 15-17, 1969, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in a lovely natural amphitheater in Bethel (not Woodstock), NY for "three days of peace and music," including sets from Crosby, Stills and NashThe Who, Santana, Joe Cocker, Jefferson AirplaneArlo Guthrie, Canned HeatJimi Hendrix, and the proverbial many more. 

PITCHFORK at 15 lists One Song Wonders. Guess how many! And sad about the Pipettes...

TOM WAITS hill have announcement about new material on August 23. But someone may have let the cat out of the bag.

MY MORNING JACKET keyboardist Bo Koster talks to CityBeat about their Unstaged concert, stuffed animals, and more... (Thx, LHB.)

KISS was dropped from the Michael Jackson tribute concert, after Gene Simmons commented that he thought MJ was a child molester.

BRADGELINA: People reports that  life in their big, boisterous family is as much about everyday bonding as it is the big adventure.  It's almost as if the magazine had some sort of relationship with the couple or something.

RYAN REYNOLDS & SANDRA BULLOCK took her son Louis hiking in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park.

JANN WENNER is finally being sued for divorce by his estranged wife Jane Wenner -- 16 years after he sparked a sensation by leaving her and moving in with his gay lover, former Calvin Klein model Matthew Nye.

GWYNETH PALTROW renounces plastic surgery as "pure vanity" in the new German issue of OK! - except for a boob job, that is.

SALMA HAYEK thinks being super-rich and privileged is great. Points for honesty there.

ZOE SALDANA is briefly profiled at GQ, but there are a couple of pics, too.


GERARD DEPARDIEU went oui oui in the aisle of a grounded airplane.

DAVID LETTERMAN is the subject of an assassination threat posted on a website frequently used by al Qaeda.

PAKISTAN: Despite the US declaring a cut in funding to Pakistan, the Obama administration has asked for an additional 1.5 billion in "coalition support funds" for the 2012 financial year. Pakistan has in the past received over 75% of these additional funds which are technically meant for all of US allies.

AFGHANISTAN: After examining hundreds of combat support and reconstruction contracts in Afghanistan, the U.S military estimates 360 million US tax dollars has ended up in the hands of people the American-led coalition has spent nearly a decade battling: the Taliban, criminals and power brokers with ties to both.

IRAQ: The single largest threat to Iraq's security today comes from Iranian-backed militia groups and the thousands of fighters, cash and weapons under their control, according to Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan, the spokesman for US forces in Iraq.

OTTER & PUPPY, playing together...Mass hysteria!

RATS THE SIZE OF RABBITS overrun Grand Army Plaza Park in New York.

A MOUSE grounded a flight from Stockholm to Chicago.

BEAU the LABRADOR can add subtract... and do square roots.

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Arctic Monkeys, Vaccines, GbV, Tom Waits, iPad Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 17, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


AGAINST ME! plays The Clash classic, "Janie Jones," for The A.V. Club Undercover.

ARCTIC MONKEYS frontman Alex Turner stopped by KEXP for a solo acoustic set of songs from Suck It And See.

THE VACCINES rattle the KEXP studios with their up-beat garage pop -- featuring tracks off their debut full length, What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?

GUIDED BY VOICES: Live in Portland, OR, July 30, 1999.

TOM WAITS: Live in Bremen, Germany, April 26, 1977.

CANT: Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor's solo project drops "Believe," a departure from his day job for sure.

DAVID BOWIE has "most likely" retired, according to bio author Paul Trynka; "Golden Years" and "Fame" circa 1975 seemed an appropos pairing here.

ARCADE FIRE: The Butlers talk to the Telegraph about how they learnt to make music out of chaos.

SCRUFFY THE CAT have reunited around cancer-stricken frontman Charlie Chesterman after two decades apart and will play two headlining shows in their hometown this October. Videos at the link, too.

PITCHFORK at 15: Devendra Banhart, Eleanor Friedberger, Thomas Mars (Phoenix), Kevin Drew (BSS) and more share musical memories from the era.

BLACK SABBATH: The original lineup is reuniting for new material and a tour? Tommy Iommi says not.

MICHAEL JACKSON's estate is threatening the people behind the Michael Jackson Tribute concert.

PRINCE HARRY and lingerie model Florence Brudenell-Bruce have gone their separate ways as he concentrates on his army career. Shocka.

JULIE CHEN's "queen bee attitude" is forcing the ladies of CBS's "The Talk" to flee the daytime gab-fest after just one season.

BRADLEY COOPER leaves The Crow reboot; other actors circle.

TAYLOR MOMSEN quits acting, such as it was.

KEVIN SMITH is splitting his final film into two parts.

THE 25 BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS, adjusted for inflation.

IRAN: The Indian Navy seized a ship that recently left Iran and is carrying weapons thought to be destined for al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters in Yemen.

EGYPT: Security forces detained four men who attempted to plant explosives on a gas pipeline in Al Arish in the Sinai. The pipeline has been attacked five times this year.

IRAQ: A string of coordinated bomb blasts across Iraq blamed on al-Qaeda killed at least 66 people on Monday in the country's bloodiest day of the year so far.

DOG watches an iPad. Squirrel!

AN ADORABLE BABY MEERKAT was abandoned by his family because he was born "out of wedlock."

OTIS the PUG enjoys skydiving with his owner.

TWO DAYS and 120 stitches later, the Whites said watching Shark Week on TV is nothing compared to having lived it.

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New Releases, Mavis Staples, Teen Daze, Van Hunt, Squirrel Planking   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 16, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


MAVIS STAPLES & WIN BUTLER cover The Band's "The Weight" at Outside Lands 2011.

NEW RELEASES from Jeff Bridges, Mister Heavenly, Yellow Ostrich, Dead Man Winter and more are streaming this week via Spinner.

TEEN DAZE did the four free songs thing for Daytrotter.

THIEVES & VILLAINS did the four free songs thing for Daytrotter.

THE LUYAS did the four free songs thing at Daytrotter.

VAN HUNT drops the title track to "What You Were Hoping For?"

DEER TICK covers The Replacements' "Waitress in the Sky."

THE CARS played "Keep On Knocking" and "My Best Friend's Girl" for Colbert, replayed here for Twofer Tuesday.

PITCHFORK AT 15: Kinda like James at 15, but with music essays, like this Bjork interview. Happy anniversary to them.

STEPHEN MALKUS talks to DIY and Cowbell about the new album, moving to Berlin, the latest melanoma treatment...

GLEN CAMPBELL, facing Alzheimer's, talks music and memories with the Telegraph.

AC/DC are lending their name to a new line of wine.

JESSICA ALBA and husband Cash Warren have added another little girl their brood: baby Haven Garner Warren.

CHARLIE SHEEN got pelted at the Gathering of the Juggalos over the weekend.

SEX & THE CITY could return to TV screens after producers met in Hollywood last week to discuss the new show.

PATTI SMITH will collaborate with Oscar-winning screenwriter John Logan to adapt Just Kids, the bestselling memoir Smith wrote about her close relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.

BILLY CRYSTAL: "Itchy" to host the Oscars again.

THE DUDE Abides.

FOOTLOOSE: The remake has a trailer online.

A VERY HAROLD & KUMAR CHRISTMAS also has a trailer online.

EGYPT: The Muslim Brotherhood warned the ruling government not to interfere with the writing of a new constitution.

PAKISTAN: Public prosecutors in high-profile terror cases work in fear, without adequate administrative support, and wistfully look at the defense lawyers facing them who are making millions and becoming media savvy.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Now they're planking.

A MALTESE DOG that disappeared more than a year ago after a fatal car crash in New Mexico has been returned to surviving family members in Michigan.

BAM the ORANGUTAN is on a mission to make sure children in Thailand wear their helmet whilst cycling.

COW! Robert Gould's Citroen C5 was written off after a cow leaped three feet over a fence and crashed into the bonnet, breaking a wheel. Life imitates Twister.

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Stephen Malkmus, Muppets, Feist, Tommy Keene, Stacy Mae   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 15, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


RAPHAEL SAADIQ drops a video for "Day Dreams" featuring Community's Danny Pudi.

STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS are advance streaming Mirror Traffic.

THE MUPPETS tribute album is advance streaming at NPR.

PASTE's Best of What's Next issue contains streaming music from Kopecky Family Band, Radical Dads, Generationals and more...

FEIST drops "How Come You Never Go There" in advance of Metals.

REGINA SPEKTOR covers Fanny Brice's "My Man" for the Boardwalk Empire soundtrack.

TOMMY KEENE drops a video for "Deep Six Saturday." Fortunately, he's the one in the back.

DAVID BOWIE saved Marc Bolan's son.

JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE talks to the Tuscaloosa News about the reception of Harlem River Blues, playing Newport, and more. (Thx, LHB.)

SAM PHILLIPS is profiled by Fresh Air.

THE BEST "BLACK" ALBUMS: How much more black could they be? The answer is none...

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Rise of the Planet of the Apes repeats at the top with 27.5 million and crosses the 100 million mark domestically; expect more Apes in your future.  The Help was a close second with 25.5 million (and a higher per screen average than the Apes).  The Help has taken in 35.4 million since opening last Wednesday against a 25 million production budget. It could wind up a phenomenon, much as the book was... or the book's fans may have frontloaded this number; nextt weekend will be very interesting for The Help.  Final Destination 5 lands in the third slot with 18.4 million, less than the 27.4 million opening of The Final Destination.  Nevertheless, with a 40 million budget, FD5 will likely end up wildly profitable worldwide.  The Smurfs are No. 4, with 13.5 million from the family demo, crossing the 100 million mark and closing in on their 110 million production budget.  Rounding out the Top 5 is 30 Minutes or Less with 13 million, suggesting it will about break even on a reported 28 million budget.  Below the fold, the Glee 3-D movie fails to crack the Top 10 with 5.7 million, although I doubt there was much of a budget to recoup.

BROOKE BURKE & DAVID CHARVET got hitched after a five year engagement and two kids together.

JOY BEHAR got hitched to beau Steve Janowitz after dating for 29 years.

TARA REID married Michael Lillelund, a Danish businessman, in Greece on Saturday.


TINA FEY welcomed a healthy baby girl, Penelope Athena, with her composer husband Jeffrey Richmond.

HILARY DUFF and Mike Comrie announced they are expecting a baby.

MAD MEL UPDATE: Oksana Grigorieva wants half a million bucks for the alleged trauma she claims Gibson caused her 14-year-old son, fathered by actor Timothy Dalton.

KRISTEN STEWART talks to W magazine about child acting, sparkly vampires, etc.

ROONEY MARA: Entertainment Weekly teases their interview with The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

MIKE MYERS is returning in Austin Powers 4. Sigh.

BRIDGET JONES returns for a threequel.

THE LONE RANGER may be dead.

COREY FELDMAN told  ABC's Nightline that pedophiles were "like vultures" in the entertainment industry.

LIBYAN rebels claimed to control more than 70 percent of the town of Zawiyah and are advancing on the town of Gharyan.

SYRIAN warships have shelled the port city of Latakia, where anti-regime protesters have held protests. Tanks and artillery have also been used.

PAKISTAN allowed China to inspect the wreckage of the US stealth helicopter that crashed during the raid to kill Osama bin Laden. Thanks, guys!

AFGHANS are increasingly relying on their own forces to fight the Taliban and other insurgents, but a spate of recent militant attacks show Afghan security agencies failing to work with each other.

STACEY MAE holds an egg in her mouth.

A DOG NAMED FISH helped police Thursday morning when he found a bone... with a man's right hand attached to it.

INSIDE THE TIGER CAGE: No place to stick your arm.  Someone missed the memo.

THE VIRTUAL RAT: Coming soon from the Medical College of Wisconsin.

COCKROACHES love to jitterbug to Lady Gaga.

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