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Yep, days getting shorter now.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 27, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE TEMPTATIONS: "Psychedelic Shack." That's where it's at.

NEW RELEASES: Paste points you to Andy Schauf, Ada Lea, Esperanza Spalding, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has The Connells, Public Service broadcasting, a VU tribute LP, and more.


STEELY DAN: Donald Fagen talks Nabokov and Judaism.

THE WAR ON DRUGS: Adam Granduciel talks to Pitchfork about a new baby and a new album.

JAPANESE BREAKFAST: Michelle Zauner talks to The Current about scoring the video game Sable.

THE PIXIES: Trompe Le Monde turns 20.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at "Step By Step," the final big hit of the New Kids On The Block era.


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Shang-Chi tops the chart for a fourth weekend with13.3MM, above expectations and now the largest grossing film of the pandemic era.  Dear Evan Hansen places with 7.5MM, which has to be considered a bomb even for the pandemic era.  Free Guy shows with 4.1MM on a 20 percent drop, still quite leggy.

WILLIAM SHATNER will become the oldest person to ever travel to space.

BRITNEY SPEARS's father hired a security firm that surveilled her and recorded audio from her bedroom, an ex-employee says in a new documentary.

ELON MUSK & GRIMES are dunzo.

MARVEL is suing the heirs of some late comic book geniuses to hold on to full control of Avengers characters including Iron Man, Spider-Man, Dr. Strange, Ant-Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Falcon, Thor and others.

HARRY POTTER's Tom Felton is on the mend after his collapse at the Ryder Cup.

JAMES BOND will continue to debut in theaters over srteaming, or so Amazon tells producer Barbara Broccoli.

THE SANDMAN: Netflix dropped a first look.

NICOLAS CAGE, drunk and rowdy, getting kicked out of a fancy Vegas restaurant. Life imitates Art.


A DOZEN WILD BOAR on the streets of Rome.

THERE ARE two types of cats.

A GOOSE greets his human.

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The Byrds. And Autumn.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 24, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



... with THE BYRDS! To everything there is a season, and when the leaves start turning, my thoughts turn to this rare live threefer of "Turn! Turn! Turn!", "Bells of Rhymney" and "Mr. Tambourine Man", introduced by... David McCallum? There are more screaming girls, plus go-go dancers when they hit Shivaree for "All I Really Want to Do" and "Feel A Whole Lot Better."  There are even more dancers when they cover "Not Fade Away" for Shindig! on June 23, 1965, while I'm pretty sure that's Ed Wynn introducing "Chimes of Freedom."

THE FUGEES reunite in NYC.

THE ROLLING STONES dedicated the new video for ‘Living in the Heart of Love' to their late drummer, Charlie Watts.

RADIOHEAD shares a video for "If You Say The Word."

MY MORNING JACKET plays "Regularly Scheduled Programming" on Kimmel.

JOSE GONZALEZ: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

SNAIL MAIL: Lindsey Jordan talks to Pitchfork about her obsession with honesty, her stint in rehab, and her cathartic new album.

NIRVANA's super-deluxe reissue of Nevermind will have full set recordings of four shows.

RUSH: Geddy Lee is set to release a memoir, written as a means of coping with the loss of legendary drummer and longtime friend Neil Peart during the coronavirus pandemic.

RINGO STARR gives thumbs up to Peter Jackson's Get Back mini-series.


CHRIS PRATT will voice Mario in a forthcoming animated film based on the Super Mario Bros. game franchise.

NO TIME TO DIE director Cary Fukunaga talks to THR about the film's covid delays and notes that Sean Connery’s Bond basically rapes a woman in Thunderball or Goldfinger.

HARRY POTTER actor Tom Felton was stretchered off the Ryder Cup golf course after falling ill.

LINDA EVANGELISTA revealed she has stepped out of the public eye and alleged that popular procedure CoolSculpting left her "brutally disfigured".

THE ELECTRICAL LIFE OF LOUIS WAIN has a trailer online, incl. Nick Cave as H.G. Wells.

ROGER MICHELL, irector of the movie Notting Hill, has died at age 65.

SPENCER, starring Kristen Stewart as Diana, has a trailer online.

MUPPETS HAUNTED MANSION has a trailer online.


TURKEYS mock the paparazzi.

HALLELUJAH, with a cow.

CROCODILES have remained unchanged for 200MM years.

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Thursday and the sand has been running double-time this week.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 23, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE BEATLES: "You're Gonna Lose That Girl." "Yes, yes" from the "Yeah, yeah yeah" guys.

MERRY CLAYTON, one of classic rock's most sought after backup singers, visits World Cafe.

ANDY SCHAUF shares "Jaywalker" ahead of a surprise stripped-down LP.

ANGEL OLSEN & SHARON VAN ETTEN play "Like I Used To" at Pitchfork Music Fest.

ST VINCENT plays "The Nowhere Inn" for Kimmel.

PARQUET COURTS share a "Black Widow Spider."

THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS share "Super Cool."

NIRVANA: A composer breaks down the music theory behind "In Bloom."

RICK ASTLEY is trolling the world again.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Roxette's 'Pretty Woman' power ballad "It Must Have Been Love."


MELVIN VAN PEEBLES, the filmmaker praised as the godfather of modern Black cinema and a trailblazer in American independent movies, died on Tuesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 89.

R KELLY's defense is a hot mess.

BRITNEY SPEARS says it is urgent that James Spears be suspended from his role of conservator of her finances by 29 September, the next hearing date in the case.

JOHNNY DEPP says he he is a victim of cancel culture and that “no one is safe” from the movement, calling on people to “stand up” for people facing “injustice”.

EDDIE MURPHY has closed a three-picture first-look film deal with Amazon Studios.

NETFLIX acquired the Roald Dahl Story Company.

BRIAN COX on Succession, Sandman (the audiobook), and more.


THE PUPPER's shake is too powerful.

A SHEEP needs moar skritches.

A DOGGO takes the soccer field in Bosnia.

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Wednesday, the week's middle child.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 22, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


O'JAYS: "Backstabbers."

MATTHEW E. WHITE visits World Cafe.

SHE & HIM cover Madonna's "Holiday."

AEON STATION: Kevin Whelan of The Wrens shares "Queens."

EELS shares "Good Night on Earth."

SUFJAN STEVENS and Angelo De Augustine discussed their new project with The Current.


MICK JAGGER fought back tears as he dedicated his return to stage to drummer Charlie Watts.

JOHN VANDERSLICE breaks down all of the exciting, depressing and psychedelic events that occurred in his life since lockdown.


WILCO: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot Turns 20.

SARAH DASH, a founding member of the groundbreaking, million-selling vocal trio Labelle, died on Monday. She was 76.

RICHARD H. KIRK, founding member of industrial icons Cabaret Voltaire, has died at age 65


R KELLY: Federal prosecutors rested their case after calling 45 witnesses, including 11 alleged victims, to sketch out a pattern of Kelly's behavior.

BRITNEY SPEARS is already back on Instagram.

WILL & JADA PINKETT SMITH are doing “fine” after fire trucks and an ambulance were called to their 42MM home.

DANIEL CRAIG, on the idea of a female James Bond.

ANGELINA JOLIE allegedly used devious means to try and cut ex-husband Brad Pitt out of a lucrative real estate deal involving a posh estate they co-owned in France, according to court papers filed Tuesday.

IATSE, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, Its Territories and Canada  called for a strike authorization vote that could potentiall shut down showbiz.

WILLIE GARSON, known for his role on the "Sex and the City" series and films, has died, according to his son, Nathen Garson. He was 57.


AT THE DOG YARD, spot the introverts.


A PUPPER was held hostage by a wild monkey for three days before a dramatic rescue.

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Tuesday, if briefly.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE FLIRTATIONS deliver slices of Northern Soul with "Nothing But A Heartache" and "What's Good About Goodbye My Love" for Twofer Tuesday.



GENESIS reunion tour videos.

BARTEES STRANGE covers Richard Swift's "Lady Luck," my fave Swift tune. (I prefer the original, but this is pretty good.)

DAVID CROSBY: Hear the demo for "Laughing."

ELVIS COSTELLO EN ESPANOL: 'This Year's Model' Reimagined.

BOB DYLAN: What's on Springtime In New York?

THE WRENS' Kevin Whelan is releasing a new album under the name Aeon Station in December, featuring songs intended for the band's 'Meadowlands' followup. Charles Bissell is not involved.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Wilson Phillips' shimmering smash "Hold On."


ANTHONY JOHNSON, the comedian and actor who played the memorable Ezal in Friday, has died, his rep LyNea Bell confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 55.

THE EMMYS bucked a recent trend for major awards shows — early figures have the show up in viewers after two straight years of all-time lows.

GILLIAN ANDERSON was asked by a reporter whether she'd consulted with (the late) Margaret Thatcher about playing her on The Crown.

BENNIFER: He's in awe of her.

NICOLE KIDMAN is profiled by Harper's Bazaar.

ALICIA SILVERSTONE has joined Bumble. As if.

JOHN WATERS: Bad Taste is Dead.

MARCIA LUCAS, who edited Star Wars, on the Disney sequels.



HOW TO Adopt a Human.

MONKEY THEIVES & DRUNK ELEPHANTS:  The Weird World Of Animal 'Crime.'

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