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T.Rex, Metric, Mountain Man, Marble Eye, Prince, Al Green, Doggo   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 14, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with T.REX! Marc Bolan died on September 17, 1977, so here's a few items off the beaten path, like this working version of "Get It On (Bang A Gong)," which is a little nsfw toward the end.  French TV is the source for live clips of "Hot Love," "Cadillac," "Telegram Sam" and "Jeepster" circa 1972, as well as "Ride A White Swan" from 1970. The band's "Baby Strange" later found its way into Big Star's setlists.  Still, "20th Century Boy" may be my favorite track from the band. Wanna go deeper? Check out the documentary, The Story Of Marc Bolan & T.Rex.

METRIC advance streams Art Of Doubt.

MOUNTAIN MAN  advance streams Magic Ship.

MARBLE EYE streams Leisure.

PRINCE: Hear the previously unreleased 1983 demo "Why The Butterflies."

THE REV. AL GREEN returns with his version of “Before the Next Teardrop Falls.”

SMASHING PUMPKINS share "Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)."

ALMOST FAMOUS: Elton John. "Tiny Dancer." Because.

ST. PAUL & THE BROKEN BONES are profiled at Paste.

THE CRANBERRIES on the last days of Dolores O'Riordan.

P*SSY RIOT's Pyotr Verzilov is suspected to have been poisoned in Moscow on Tuesday, according to the group and local media.

45 DAYS OF ELVIS COSTELLO: A Twitter megathread that is positively majestic -- and running through Oct. 12.

THE NUMBER ONES: looks at the Troggs' knuckleheaded garage rock classic "Wild Thing."

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include The Predator, which is currently scoring 36 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; A Simple Favor, which is currrently scoring 85 percent; White Boy Rick, currently scoring 59 percent; and Unbroken: Path to redemption, scoring 22 percent.

HENRY CAVILL responded to the reports that he was being oused as Superman, sort of.

WEINSTEINGATE hits NY Gov Andrew Cuomo, who suspended an investigation into the Manhattan DA’s handling of allegations against the movie mogul.

LES MOONVES: Why the CBS board turned against him. (Spoiler: the cover-up is usually worse)

AFTER ME TOO: 12 accusers share what happened next.

AARON PAUL (Breaking Bad) is going to Westworld.

THE CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA has a teaser trailer online.

SUMMER OF LOVE: The Return of the Two-Person Rom-Com.

AN UNWANTED DOG gets a terrific Mom.

HAVE A LITTLE BROTHER, THEY SAID. It'll be fun, they said.

WILD HORSES will stay put and rely on instinct as Hurricane Florence approaches.

IN VENEZUELA, people are abandoning their pets in the streets or shelters with no food because they can't afford to feed them.

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Dawes, Neil & Liam Finn, Hobo Johnson, Echo, Lana Del Rey, Tom Waits, Eagle   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 08:00 AM
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KISS: "Black Diamond." They got you under their thumb. More Cowbell.

DAWES stops by The Current for an unpluggedy mini-set.

NEIL & LIAM FINN stop by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a mini-set including "Don't Dream it's Over."

HOBO JOHNSON plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN shares a new version of "The Killing Moon."

LANA DEL REY drops "Mariners Apartment Complex."

TOM WAITS & MARC RIBOT share an old fascist ballad, "Bella Ciao."

SPIRIT OF THE BEEHIVE shares the upcoming title track "Hypnic Jerks."

 

NATALIE PRASS shares a video for "The Fire."

PAUL McCARTNEY breaks down some of his classics.

DAVID BOWIE's first-known recording sells at auction for nearly quadruple its estimate.

MICHAEL STIPE is officially off Instagram.

THE NUMBER ONES ooks at Tommy James And The Shondells' ultra-simplistic garage rocker "Hanky Panky."

 

HENRY CAVILL may be out as Superman, as the WB looks at a DCEU reset and a possible focus on Supergirl. Cavill's agent denied it.

BEN AFFLECK may be out as Batman.

JON HAMM is interested in playing Batman.

HARVEY WEINSTEIN, on video, coming on to a woman hours before an alleged sexual assault.

60 MINUTES exec producer Jeff Fager is leaving CBS effective immediately,ostensibly not for the MeToo allegations, but for texting a reporter covering those allegations.

NORM MACDONALD was bumped off Fallon hours after the comedian issued an apology for comments about Roseanne Barr, Louis C.K. and the MeToo movement. The View, which booked Macdonald to appear on Thursday's show, told THR Wednesday that the comedian's appearance on the ABC talk show was still on.

WARREN BEATTY's FIASCO: Inside the fight over Rules Don't Apply.

THE BALLAD OF LESTER SCRUGGS: The Coen Bros next (for Netflix) has a trailer online.

JENNIFER GARNER sees her movie with fans: "I've never done this before and now I know why."

 

AN EAGLE EYE VIEW in flight.

A PANDA, unable to chill in a hammock.

A PAIR OF FIGHTING PYTHONS crash through the ceiling, because Australia.

FISHERMEN Caught a 10500-Year-Old Giant Irish Elk Skull—Antlers and All.

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Ry Cooder, Unearthed, All Songs, Joan Jett, Guinea Pigs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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KNICKERBOCKERS: "Lies." Someday you're gonna be lonely.

RY COODER visits the World Cafe.

UNEARTHED, VOL 1: Sausalito Haze, featuring Fleetwood Mac, Randy Newman, Jerry Garcia, Tom Petty and more recorded in the 70s at the Record Plant & broadcast on "Jive 95".

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features tracks from Sylvan Esso, Theodore, Half Alive, Buke & Gase, and more.

JOAN JETT & THE BLACKHEARTS return with a "Fresh Start."

 

BEACH HOUSE shares a video for "Drunk In LA."

SPIRITUALIZED: Jason Pierce details the trials behind And Nothing Hurt and why it might be his last album.

THE VERVE: Richard Ashcroft thinks musicians should stay out of politics and 'stop making speeches.'

BOYGENIUS: "Like all great enterprises, we have a group text."

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Frank Sinatra's big comeback hit "Strangers In The Night."

 

NORM McDONALD talks to THR about Roseanne Barr, Louis CK, his upcoming series, and more.

PAUL McCARTNEY: The Untold Stories.

CAPTAIN MARVEL executive producer Jonathan Schwartz explains why the movie is set in the 1990s.

CHRIS PRATT & KATHERINE SCHWARZENEGGER go sideways.

CASEY AFFLECK talks about Ben Affleck's rehab.

SALLY FIELD talks about her memoir.

STAR TREK: The upcoming series will be set in 2399, which is twenty years after we last saw Captain Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis.

 

GUINEA PIGS: The floor is lava.

WHEN YOU'RE GOING OUT and your Mum says you have to take your little brother with you.

A SLEEPY BEAR chills in a hammock.

HOW DO YOU convince whales to have sex?

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Neko Case, Richard Thompson, Matt Mays, Courtney Marie Andrews, Rat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE SUPREMES perform "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "Somewhere" from West Side Story in October 1966 for Twofer Tuesday.

NEKO CASE, live at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul.

RICHARD THOMPSON plays a Stereogum Session.

MATT MAYS stops by World Cafe.

BB & THE BLIPS stream Shame Job.

KURT VILE shares "Bassackwards."

 

COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS shares "Heart And Mind."

THE 200 BEST ALBUMS OF THE 1980s, according to Pitchfork, differeing from their Top 100 80s LP's from 2002.

THE SADDEST SONGS OF THE CENTURY (So Far), according to Paste.

ALL 131 VAN HALEN SONGS, ranked by Chuck Klosterman at Vulture.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Beatles' masterstroke "Paperback Writer."

 

AVENGERS 4 is still a work in progress, according to Mark Ruffalo.

LADY GAGA on A Star Is Born, MeToo, and more...

OLIVIA MUNN: “I kind of feel like I’m the one going to jail.

JOHN LEGEND is an official EGOT winner, the youngest of only 12.

ROBERT PATTINSON seems to have a healthy attitude toward Twilight.

GILLIGAN'S ISLAND: Mary Ann has a GoFundMe campaign.

9/11: The first five minutes of CNN coverage. I came out of the shower, saw the second plane hit on NBC, and knew had had to contact my boss, whose daughter lived in NYC. There is still a lot of crazy stuff going on around the country and the world as a result, so consider taking a moment to watch and remember, esp. with a new generation that has grown up with no direct memory of the event.

 

A RAT pulled a fire alarm in D.C., causing the evacuation of an entire condo building.

THE FAR SIDE IRL: “I run the innovation lab. It’s like we’re a startup, but inside a big company.”

A BEAR, wasting away in Margaritaville.

FALSE WIDOW SPIDERS will invade British homes as sudden chill sends millions inside for an eight-legged sex-fest.

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McCartney, Mountain Goats, Waxahatchee, Elvis Costello, Red Heifer   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 10, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

REDBONE: "Come and Get Your Love."

PAUL McCARTNEY plays the Grand Central Teminal in NYC, and surprises elevator riders in 30 Rock.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS surprised-released a new EP, Hex of Infinite Binding.

WAXAHATCHEE streams the Great Thunder EP.

ELVIS COSTELLO & THE IMPOSTERS share "Suspect My Tears."

OKKERVIL RIVER shares "New Blood" and "Skiptracer."

 

CHARLES BRADLEY: Watch the posthumous video for "I Feel A Change."

WARREN ZEVON has been gone for 15 years: He was as gifted, haunted, and destructive as any musician from his generation.

R.E.M. will release a vast collection of “rare and unreleased” recordings from BBC sessions.

THE BETA BAND: Self-destructive pop saboteurs who did it all wrong in all the right ways.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Rolling Stones' dark, heavy masterpiece "Paint It Black."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Nun easily topped the chart with 53MM, a bit over projections, a sign of the strength of The Conjuring "universe," and -- after last years It -- a sign that horror can score big in September. Crazy Rich Asians places with 13.6MM on a 38 percent drop that is not bad but ends whispers of a 200MM run; even so, a dang fine performance during a fallow period at the cineplex. Peppermint shows with 13.3MM, slightly underwhelming, but probably acceptable against a 25MM budget.  The Meg takes a 6MM bite out of the fourth slot as it approaches 500MM worldwide. Searching rounds out the Top Five with 4.5MM, on track to profitability.

LES MOONVES' tenure at CBS Corp. is expected to end today as new allegations of sexual assault and harassment surface in an investigative report by Ronan Farrow.

OLIVIA MUNN's castmates in The Predator bailed on doing press when she started talking about the sex-offender actor in the movie. So she’s doing interviews without them.

TERRY CREWS settles a lawsuit with the agent he claims groped him at party.

DYLAN McDERMOTT will not face sexual assault charges, due to the statute of limitations.

CARDI B and NICKI MINAJ got into a fight at the Harper's Bazaar ICONS party that left Cardi bruised.

DENISE RICHARDS is a married woman.

MAC MILLER, American rapper and music producer, has died aged only 26, of a reported drug overdose. He had just done a lengthy interview with Vulture.

BILL DAILY, the funnyman known for his supporting work on the sitcoms I Dream of Jeannie and The Bob Newhart Show, has died. He was 91.

 

A RED HEIFER signals the End of Days.

PET LEASING may be banned in New York.

SNAKE in a Desk.

THE SQUIRREL APOCALYPSE: It's a Squirrelmageddon out there.

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