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Yo La Tengo, Caroline Rose, Tobias Jesso Jr, All Songs, Cat Door   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BEIRUT dropped a video fro "Gibraltar."

YO LA TENGO was the house band for Morning Edition.

CAROLINE ROSE played a Tiny Desk Concert

TOBIAS JESSO JR stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session. 

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: New tracks from Telekinesis, Foals, Julia Holter, and more feature in the latest edition. 

KATHRYN CALDER drops “New Millennium." 

THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART stream demos from Abandon

TAYLOR SWIFT & ALANIS MORISSETTE: You oughta know the song.

BORN TO RUN: The album thant made Springsteen a star turns 40 this week. Here's the orginal NYT review.  There's a track-by-track tour at Consequence of Sound. And The Atlantic has a piece about why the LP struck a major chord. Thus, the title track.

NEW ORDER's Bernard Sumner talks to Stereogum about Music Complete and the ghosts of Manchester. 

BEACH MUSIC is profiled by Clash Music. (Thx, Frank Yang.) 

N.W.A. finally hits the Top 40

SHOULD TOM CRUISE be asked about in Scientology?  I've mocked him when he was making it an issue, but it's less clear that he should get grilled now that he's not making it a part of his public persona.  That said, documentarian Alex Gibley does have a point that Cruise's role is a unique one.

SERENA WILLIAMS: Friends advise her to stay away from Drake

ALISON BRIE, of Mad Men and Community, is engaged to longtime boyfriend Dave Franco.

CONNIE BRITTON (Nashville) talks feminism more deftly than most celebs recently. 

FEAR THE WALKING DEAD opened to monster — and record-setting — cable ratings. 

GAMBIT: Lea Seydoux has the offer to star alongside Channing Tatum in Fox's Rupert Wyatt-directed X-Men spinoff. 

SPAIN & MOROCCO arrested 14 people on Tuesday suspected of planning attacks and recruiting fighters to join Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. 

THE ISLAMIC STATE: NBC News reveals a disturbing ISIS strategy to recruit and deploy an army of child soldiers, brainwashing them until they are ready to blow themselves up or carry out terrorist attacks in the Middle East and abroad, and brutalizing those who refuse to cooperate. 

IRAN: The International Atomic Energy Agency said on Tuesday it received substantive amounts of information from Iran aimed at quelling concerns its nuclear past had military elements, although it was too early to say whether any of it is new

PHILO cares not for your cat door.

SHREK THE UNSHEARABLE SHEEP is eulogized at Deadspin.

GLIDER SPIDERS: This from The Economist is creepy, and yet contains an awesome Monty Python reference. 

THE SWARM: Millions of drunk German wasps cause chaos across Britain.

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Frog Eyes, Peter Wolf Crier, The Arcs, Josh Rouse, Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


FOO FIGHTERS Rick Roll the Westboro Baptist Chruch before a show. 

FROG EYES advance streams Pickpocket’s Locket. 

PETER WOLF CRIER advance streams Plum Slump.

THE ARCS: Dan Auerbach (Black Keys) brings Richard Swift and others to Morning Becomes Eclectic

JOSH ROUSE stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set. 

THE CHESTERFIELD KINGS cover the Moving Sidewalks' "99th Floor" (introed by Martha Quinn) and psych up even more on "Sunrise (Turn On)" for Twofer Tuesday.

DEERHUNTER's Bradford Cox goes beyong nostalgia with Pitchfork

GRANT HART talks to the Smart Set about Hüsker Dü, Sputnik, and his Paradise Lost concept album The Argument . (Thx, LHB.)

LEE HAZLEWOOD is the subject of a new book by Wyndham Wallace

THE 200 BEST SONGS OF THE 1980s, according to Pitchfork

QUENTIN TARANTINO talks race, The Hateful Eight, blockbusters, Grindhouse and much more at Vulture.

TRACY MORGAN wed his long-time fiancée Megan Wollover on Sunday night.

BRIAN AUSTIN GREENE will almost certainly get spousal support from Megan Fox in their divorce. 

DRAKE & SERENA WILLIAMS were caught canoodling at a fancy Cincinnati restaurant. 

ONE DIRECTION plans an extended hiatus

THE TWO KOREAS  have reached an agreement that stops the “semi” state of war that erupted over the last few days, with a statement of regret from Pyongyang over the maiming of two South Korean soldiers. Seoul will stop its broadcasts of propaganda over loudspeakers on the DMZ, and in general both sides will return to the status quo.

TURKEY and the United States will soon launch "comprehensive" air operations to flush Islamic State fighters from a zone in northern Syria bordering Turkey, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told Reuters on Monday.

IRAQ: Over the past few month, as much as 77 percent of Israel's oil has come from one source: Iraqi Kurdistan.

RED THE CAT sits like a human

THE HUGE ALLIGATOR recently caught in Lake Eufaula in Alabama weighed in at a whopping 920 pounds

AN ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST was beaten with a duck by a Spanish woman defending one of the country's most bizarre and controversial festival traditions.  

SPIDERS AS BIG AS MICE will find their way into British homes to flee the weather and lay hundreds of eggs. 

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Wilco, Sam Beam & Ben Bridwell, Revivalists, Son Lux, Bears   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 24, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


DUNGEN drops a video for "Franks Katkus" that looks like low-budget cable, but sounds like their own psych-prog selves.

WILCO played a full set live at the Columbia City Theater for KEXP.

SAM BEAM & BEN BRIDWELL stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

THE REVIVALISTS stopped by WFUV's Studio A for a chat and mini-set.

SON LUX played a Tiny Desk Concert.

LOS COLOGNES harness the Bo Diddley beat for “Baby, You Can’t Have Both,” which sounds like a mix of the Dead, The Band, and Dire Straits.

BACHMAN-TURNER OVERDRIVE: "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet."  Because it's summer. Plus, cowbell.

DESTROYER's dan Bejar talks songwriting, exploration, singing and more at PopMatters.

BIKINI KILL's Kathleen Hanna and Kathi Wilcox talk to Rolling Stone about what it was like to revisit the band's early days and the future of Bikini Kill Records.

WILLIS EARL BEAL does a Q & A with Aquarium Drunkard.

AXL ROSE & SLASH are back on good terms, but no Guns 'N Roses reunion news.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Straight Outta Compton repeats atop the chart with 26.7MM on a 56 percent drop; for comparison, that's leggier than Eminem's 8 Mile, whose total Straight Outta Compton is likely to surpass over the next week.  Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation places again with 11.7MM; it won't match the December-released Ghost Protocol domestically,but is close to breakeven worldwide (even after marketing costs).  The debut of Sinister 2 shows with 10.6MM, far less than the original's 18MM, but with less star power and an August release, one suspects the budget was low enough that this will make money, even if it takes home video to do so.  Hitman - Agent 47 takes the fourth slot with 8.2MM, which looks like a loss against a 35MM bdget, even if the marketing costs were low. The Man From U.N.C.L.E. rounds out the Top Five with 7.4MM on a 45 percent drop; it's taken in about 52MM worlldwide, but seems like it will end its big-screen run in the red against a 75MM production budget.  Below the fold, American Ultra debuted atnumber six with 5.5MM, another disappointment.

BEN AFFLECK's ex-nanny could have a new career in adult video.

ROSIE O'DONNELL:  The man found with her 17-year-old daughter could end up doing some serious jail time.

MEGAN FOX's divorce from Brian Austin Greene appears to boil down to work-family issues.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE apparently spent bart of her birthday with Kris Jenner.

JOHN LEGEND & CHRISSY TEIGEN have inspired a sitcom.

IRAN unveiled a new surface-to-surface missile it said could strike targets with pin-point accuracy within a range of 500 km, announcing it will not follow parts of the nuclear deal that restricts its military capabilities.  Meanwhile, questions regarding “possible military dimensions” of Iran’s past nuclear work remain unresolved.

FRANCE: Three Americans, including two servicemen, who tackled a gunman aboard a train from Amsterdam to Paris on Friday are being hailed as heroes for thwarting what could have been a massacre. The alleged attacker, authorities believe, is a 26-year-old Moroccan man flagged by Spanish authorities in February 2014 because of his connections to radical Islam.

THE ISLAMIC STATE bulldozed parts of the ancient monastery of Mar Elian in Qaryatain, a strategic town located in the central Syrian province of Homs.

FMR SAUDI GENERAL Anwar Majed Eshki suggests there is a lot of Arab-Israeli diplomacy going on that is not US driven at this point, and that US policy may empower not only Iran, but Russia.

A FAMILY OF BEARS, hanging out at the swimming pool at the end of August.

MEI XIANG Mei Xiang, the panda housed in Washington, D.C.’s National Zoo, gave birth—as expected—to two cubs on Saturday, about four hours apart. Here's why giant pandas eat and poop all day.

A 250-LB PIG escaped relatively unscathed when it flew out of a trailer that was being pulled at about 65 mph on I-25.

A SPIDER INVASION leaves Argentinian villages covered in the Devil's slime.

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Led Zeppelin, Yo La Tengo, Destroyer, Beach House, Mini-Pig   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 21, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with LED ZEPPELIN! It was Robert Plant's birthday yesterday, so how 'bout Live at Knebworth, 1979?  Your setlist includes: 'The Song Remains the Same," "Celebration Day," "Black Dog," "Nobody's Fault But Mine," "Over the Hills & Far Away," "Misty Mountain Hop," "Since I've Been Loving You," "No Quarter (Part 2)," "Hot Dog," "Rain Song," "White Summer/Black Mountainside," "Kashmir," "Trampled Underfoot," "Sick Again," "Achilles Last Stand," "Page Solo," "In the Evening," "Stairway to Heaven," "Rock n Roll," "Whole Lotta Love (Part 2)," and "Communication Breakdown."

YO LA TENGO advance streams Stuff Like That There.

DESTROYER advance streams Poison Season.

BEACH HOUSE advance streams Depression Cherry.

ROYAL HEADACHE advance streams High.

MERCURY REV drops "The Queen of Swans."

JIM JAMES drops “Take Care Of You,”from the No Escape soundtrack.

THE LIBERTINES drops "Glasgow Coma Scale Blues" ahead of Anthems for a Doomed Youth.

CREAM syncs into "I Feel Free" on the Beat Club in 1967.

MOTORHEAD: Lemmy is profiled by the New York Observer

JANE'S ADDICTION: Perry Farrell and Dave Navarro break down Ritual de lo Habitual track by track

PIXIES guitarist Joey Santiago talked to Paste about food. 

THE 100 GREATEST SONGWRITERS, according to Rolling Stone

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are Hitman: Agent 47, which is currently scoring 6 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Sinister 2, which is currently scoring 5 percent; and American Ultra, currently scoring 38 percent.  So yeah, it's the second half of August.

CAITLYN JENNER may face a manslaughter charge after that deadly multi-vehicle highway crash.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE tops the latest Forbes List of Highest Paid Actresses

JOSH DUGGAR, of TLC's 19 Kids and Counting fame, had a paid account at Ashley Madison

LINDSAY LOHAN is being sued for allegedly stiffing her former driver, for things of which she likely has a hazy memory at best. 

GREECE: Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has announced he is resigning and has called an early election. 

TURKEY needs to "do more" to assist the U.S.-led international coalition fighting the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Thursday, urging America's sometimes reluctant NATO partner to take steps to participate in airstrikes and better control its border. 

IRAN: After some questioned an Associated Press strory on a nuclear inspection agreement between IRan and the IAEA, the wire service has printed the text of the agreement. Meanwhile, Britain is to reopen its embassy in Tehran, four years after it was ransacked and closed.

GUS THE MINI-PIG, having some ice cream

A PAIR OF KANGAROOS are on the lam in Tuscon, AZ. 

SEALS, PORPOISES & WHALES have returned to the Thames River, which had been declared biologically dead in 1957. 

A SWEDISH BEAVER knocked out power to 15K. You know the squirrels put him up to it. 

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Calexico, Joss Stone, Metz, Looming, Tater Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 20, 2015 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


MUMFORD & SONS, THE VACCINES, and BLINK 182's Mark Hoppus tackle the Eurhythmics' "Sweet Deams (Are Made of This)."

CALEXICO played the NON-COMMvention in Philadelphia

JOSS STONE stopped by WFUV's Studio A for a chat and mini-set.

METZ played a mini-set on KEXP's Afternoon Show.

LOOMING streams their debut LP, Nailbiter.

TOMMY STINSON "Can't Be Bothered" for charity. Dare I call it Westerbergian?

RED RIDER: Younger folks may remember Tom Cochrane for telling us life is a highway, but "Lunatic Fringe" found his prior band featured on the Vision Quest soundtrack, delivering the pseudo-Floyd-goods.

WILCO: Jeff Tweedy talks to Rolling Stone about Star Wars, the other Star Wars, Dylan, Trump and more.

BETHANY COSENTINO (Best Coast) and MOLLY RINGWALD continue their correspondence about their shared obsession with ’80s film soundtracks, Molly’s work as a writer and advice columnist, and why Bethany herself could have made a great John Hughes character.

DESTROYER: Dan Bejar talks to Exclaim about the diverse sounds on Poison Season. (Thx, Frank Yang.)

BECK: Ten of the Best.

MEGAN FOX & BRIAN AUSTIN GREEN have separated after 11 years.

JARED FOGLE's wife has filed for divorce. Shocka.

JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT and wife Tasha McCauley welcomed their first baby, a son, the weekend of Aug. 15.

SHANNON DOHERTY has breast cancer, and his suing her manager for it.

YVONNE CRAIG, TV's Batgirl, died this week after a long two-year battle with breast cancer. She was 78.

ALEC BALDWIN goes off on another woman. How is he not running for President?

THE MARTIAN dropped a second trailer online.

GREECE: After two hours of debate, the German parliament overwhelmingly approved a €86 billion (96MM dollar) bailout. German chancellor Angela Merkel ultimately triumphed despite a rebellion by conservative lawmakers from her own party, who were against extending more loans to Greece.

IRAN will be allowed to use its own inspectors to investigate a site it has been accused of using to develop nuclear arms, operating under a secret agreement with the U.N. agency that normally carries out such work, according to a document seen by The Associated Press.

RALPH THE DOG hordes the tater tots.

CATSTATINOPLE, NOT ISTANBUL: In this ancient city once ruled by sultans and emperors, the real king is the humble alley cat.

A DOLPHIN was arrested as an Israeli spy by Hamas.

THE IOWA STATE FAIR: As a point of Pate privilege, I bring you the BBC trying to explain the timeless appeal of food-on-a-stick.

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