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Joe Jackson, Sharon Van Etten, Telekinesis, Clash, Cutout Bin, Tiger & Bear Cubs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, April 08, 2011 - 08:00 AM
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...with JOE JACKSON!  Pate frequently attempted "One More Time" to hilarious effect, so today I stick with Joe's early material, including "Sunday Papers" live on the OGWT, "Kinda Kute" on the Kenny Everett Video Show, a Beat Crazy-era run of "On Your Radio" the official clip for "It's Different For Girls" and bracing live takes on "I'm The Man" and "Got The Time," both taken from the Rock Goes To College show, which also boasts this pulsing version of his signature "Is She Really Going Out With Him?" 

SHARON VAN ETTEN stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set. She also talks to Prefix headlining responsibilities, connecting with sadness, and the addition of noise to her music.

TELEKINESIS stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set, including an album outtake.

NICOLE ATKINS has an interview plus live tracks from the World Cafe.

THE CLASH, Live at Memorial Coliseum, Oct. 29, 1982.

SUPERCHUNK, Live at the Wireless at JJJ studios in Aydney, Australia, Oct. 3, 1994.

BOB DYLAN: 33 CDs' worth of Dylan covers.

ROBBIE ROBERTSON & DAWES played "He Don't Live Here No More" at the Ed Sullivan Theater. It was Robertson's first TV gig in over a decade.

STONE ROSES: Rumors of a reunion were quashed by bassist Mani.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS... and Peter the Hitchhiker.

THE HUMAN LEAGUE talks to Drowned In Sound about their longevity and their new LP.

JESCA HOOP talks to The Guardian about her upcoming collection of songs, the Snowglobe EP

JASON ISBELL talks to HearYa about songwriting, the South, war, Boys II Men, Luke Wilson, facial hair, cover songs, and gear. (Thx, LHB.)

CUTOUT BIN: From Leonard Cohen to Millie Small, from the Four Tops to the Undertones, from Camper Van Beethoven to the Beach Boys, plus Smithereens, Rolling Stones, the Beta Band, Bowie 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 Russell Brand desecration of Arthur, which is currently scoring 21 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; the quest-comedy Your Highness, which is scoring 26 percent; teen-assain thriller Hanna, scoring 73 percent; and Soul Surfer, scoring 38 percent.

CHARLIE SHEEN wants Mila Kunis to be one of his "goddesses." Good luck, Chuck.

TINA FEY is pregnant with her second child.

MARISKA HARGITAY and her husband, actor Peter Hermann, have adopted a baby girl.

EVA LONGORIA had a wardrobe malfunction on Letterman.

LINDSAY LOHAN is in "final talks" to play John Gotti's daughter Victoria in the upcoming biopic about the mafioso's life.

ROBERT REDFORD: The Natural looks to play one of the most famous real-life baseball figures of all time.

THE HANGOVER, PART II trailer was yanked from theaters due to a scene involving a monkey.

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY 2, starring Billy Crystal and Helen Mirren.

YEMEN: Saudi Arabia is leading the Gulf states in brokering a deal for President Saleh to step down; Saleh has rejected the efforts as unconstitutional.

EGYPT: While Western governments have long worried about Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Egyptians are more concerned about the rise of Salafist groups, which have been blamed for a series of violent incidents in rural areas.

IRAQ: US SecDef Gates said US troops could stay in Iraq after the December 2011 withdrawal deadline if Iraq's government makes the request.

AFGHANISTAN: Al-Qaeda terrorists are setting up training centers and bases in the northeast following the withdrawal of US military forces from remote valleys and mountains.

BEAR CUBS & TIGER CUB, playing together... Mass hysteria!

A WAYWARD BOA CONSTRICTOR turns up in a rocking chair.

THE POLAR BEAR wants a ride.


GREAT WHITE SHARKS: Misunderstood, gentle creatures of little danger to humans. What say you, Police Chief Brody?

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J Mascis, Fitz & the Tantrums, TMBG, Decorah Eagles   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, April 07, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


WIRE performed "Red Barked Trees" on the first US TV appearance in 25 years.

J MASCIS stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

FITZ & THE TANTRUMS did the four free songs thing for Daytrotter.

THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS drop "Can't Keep Johnny Down" in advance of Join Us.

BEASTIE BOYS "Make Some Noise" in advance of Hot Sauce Committee Part 2.

THE SEA & CAKE are "Up On the North Shore" in advance of The Midnight Butterfly.

CENTRO-MATIC: A 24 Track Sampler.

THE DECEMBERISTS play "This Is Why We Fight" and "Calamity Song" for Kimmel.

THE GO! TEAM!: Ian Parton talks to Pitchfork about collaborating with Best Coast, Japanese fans, and why he's an expert on parks.

NOAH & THE WHALE: Paste spoke to Charlie Fink during the band's tour to discuss the new album, inspiration and the end of the world.

FLAMING LIPS: Wayne Coyne talks to Spinner about gummy bear skulls and a possible collabration with Jimmy Page.

THE NATIONAL RECORDING REGISTRY added works by Professor Longhair, Tammy Wynette, Captain Beefheart, Al Green, Steely Dan, De La Soul and more...

BRITNEY SPEARS: Wedding plans? Again? Really?

ALEC BALDWIN says 30 Rock is ending next year.

TAYLOR SWIFT had a low-key dinner wtih Garrett Hedlund (Tron: Legacy) in Nashville April 1.

JAKE GYLLENHAAL is becoming quite the man about town.

THE TODAY SHOW is losing Meredith Vieira and Matt Lauer.

THE HANGOVER, PART II: The MPAA yanked the trailer for reasons unkown.

THE GRAMMYS slashed 30 categories, because it's just too difficult for Academy voters to follow music.

THE HOBBIT: Andy Serkis will be a second-unit director, as well as playing Gollum.

OUR FRIENDS, THE SAUDIS got some soothing words from US SecDef Gates about unrest in the region.

TURKEY: Turkish intelligence agencies believe that al Qaeda is planning on attacking Incirlik Air Base and Jewish synagogues.

IRAN: The US Southern Command voiced concern to the Senate over the Iran-Venezuela partnership. Germany scrapped a plan to funnel oil money between India and Iran. The Iranian envoy to the United Nations said Tehran is ready to continue talks with the P5+1.

LIBYA: The International Criminal Court claimed President Gaddafi planned to kill civilians before the rebellion broke out, and may indict Gaddafi.

DECORAH EAGLES: If you haven't been watching the live feed of the eaglets born in Decorah, IA (hometown of Friend of Pate Jeff Fitzggerald, iirc), here's a highlight, as an eaglet attacks its first prey.

A TEENAGER whose parents refused to buy her horse is over the moo-n - after teaching a cow to showjump.


TOADS get help mating from volunteers in Philly.

WHEN GATORS ATTACK: Wear baggy pants.

A CAT, A TREE... plus 25 firemen and five fire engines.

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Mountain Goats, Teddy Thompson, TVotR, Large Rat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, April 06, 2011 - 08:00 AM
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THE MOUNTAIN GOATS, Unplugged at SPIN. Four songs, including one of my faves, "Dance Music."

TEDDY THOMPSON stopped by for a session at Morning Becomes Eclectic.

TV ON THE RADIO is advance streaming Nine Types of Light.

NELLIE McKAY played a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.

HOLY GHOST! is advance streaming their self-titled debut.

NIRVANA: Kurt Cobain died 17 years ago yesterday, and of the many things I saw posted about it, my fave was this early clip of "Smells Like Teen Spirit," mostly due to the awful set.

THE RAVEONETTES talk to the Boston Globe about the recording and themes of their new album, along with the rise in girl groups.

ANNA CALVI talks to The Independent about her influences and her fans in the fashion world.

PJ HARVEY talks to the Sydney Morning Herald about history repeating.

KINGS OF LEON get an apology of sorts from Glee creator Ryan Murphy. Apparently, demanding that other artists kowtow to your political agenda and fill your bank account was a bad choice. Who knew?

ROBERT PATTINSON & KRISTEN STEWART are reportedly on a break? Studio sources deny it.

ANGELINA JOLIE made a humanitarian visit to the Tunisian-Libyan border, where she spoke with refugees.

ASHLEY JUDD has detailed her childhood years filled with lies, pain and sexual abuse in a shocking memoir dropping tomorrow.

CHARLIE SHEEN is now Twitter friends with... Miley Cyrus?

SEAN PARKER, Napster and Facebook pioneer, is engaged.

VINCE NEIL: The Motley Crue frontman has been charged with domestic violence and disorderly conduct for allegedly striking his ex-GF in the chest with his finger in Vegas last month.

YEMEN: The spokesman for the anti-Saleh Joint Meeting Parties said a new government would oppose al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. Let's hope so: counterterrorism operations in Yemen have ground to a halt, allowing Al Qaeda's deadliest branch outside of Pakistan to operate more freely inside the country and to increase plotting for possible attacks against Europe and the United States, American diplomats, intelligence analysts and counterterrorism officials say.

EGYPT: The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces said that it would not permit an Iranian-styled theocracy such as the one in Iran.

LIBYA: The rebel leadership rejected peace overtures from Gaddafi's sons.

AFGHANISTAN: In the Nad-e Ali district of Helmand province, coalition forces are not declaring victory - but they are saying they have defeated the insurgents. Outside the main insurgent provinces (Helmand and Kandahar) there has been some growth in violence, which is why the national picture does not show quite the same trend as that in those two centers of insurgency.

TAKE THE "A" TRAIN, just like this large rat.

IT'S RAINING WORMS in Scotland. Now will you let the people go?

MYSTERY CREATURE: Is it a dog? A turtle? A pig?

IRWIN the KANGAROO is chauffeured around town, likes to wear a suit and sleeps in a comfortable bed.

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New Releases, Best Coast, Junip, Ramones, Collie Game   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, April 05, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


OKKERVIL RIVER's latest video is "Wake and Be Fine."

NEW RELEASES from the Raveonettes, Smithereens, Submarines, the Kills, Ha Ha Tonka, Timbre Timbre, REM and more are streaming this week via Spinner. And hey, the new Britney Spears LP is over at AOL. ZOMG!

BEST COAST did six free songs for Daytrotter, all drawn from the band's short-run EPs, not their Crazy For You LP.

JUNIP did three free songs for Daytrotter.

THE RAMONES: Live at New York City's Palladium, January 7, 1978. 26 songs in 54 minutes, all set to a series of cheap sci-fi movie trailers.

JACKIE DeSHANNON: "What the World Needs Now" and "When You Walk In the Room" for Twofer Tuesday.

ALISON KRAUSS talks to the Telegraph about covering Richard Thompson's "Dimming Of The Day" and others on her new LP, Paper Airplane, which is advance streaming now.

PANDA BEAR talked to Pitchfork about working with producer Pete "Sonic Boom" Kember (Spacemen 3, MGMT's Congratulations), as well as taking influence from the likes of Nirvana, Frank Sinatra, and J Dilla, and what's on his horizon.

TELEKINESIS: Michael Benjamin Lerner talks to The A.V. Club and Straight.com about his favorite breakup albums, being a singing drummer, and the genius of Phil Collins. (Thx, Chromewaves)

HA HA TONKA: Lennon Bone answered PopMatters' famed 20 Questions, discussing why he'll never watch Marley & Me, why the band made fart sounds at B.B. King's club, and what makes Steve Reich one of his favorite musicians of all time...

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE & OLIVIA WILDE (co-starring inThe Now) looked cozy at the Roxbury over the weekend, but it may have been just friendly.

CHARLIE SHEEN's Chicago show was reportedly a definite improvement over Detroit.


KATIE COURIC is leaving her anchor post at "CBS Evening News," and the coverage almost always plays down how awful the ratings were.  The media is never very tough on the media.

LINDSAY LOHAN may play a villain in the Superman reboot.

GREEN LANTERN: The Wondercon footage was obviously intended to tell comic fans that the pic is not being played entirely for laughs.

YEMEN: Security forces and supporters of Pres. Saleh killed 15 people and wounded more than 300 in attacks on protesters in Taiz and Hudaida. The US is pushing for Saleh's removal from power.

BAHRAIN: The six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council denounced Iran for its "continuing interference" in the region.

LIBYA: Rebel forces have failed to retake the town of Brega after four days of fighting. The rebels' ad hoc government and military council is showing signs of strain after suffering military losses.

PAKISTAN: His accomplices brought carnage to a Sufi shrine, but the 14-year-old suicide bomber who was captured after his explosives failed to detonate was unrepentant.

A COLLIE plays Snakes and Ladders.

GENETICALLY MODIFIED COWS produce "human" milk in a bid to make cows' milk more nutritious.

A JOYOUS CHIMP was reunited with the woman who hand-raised her 30 years earlier in New Zealand.

A GREAT WHITE SHARK chases fish in the shallows as two boys build sandcastles yards away at Bennetts Beach. What say you, Police Chief Brody?

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Foo Fighters, Low, Glasvegas, Panda Bear, Paul Simon, Tsunami Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, April 04, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


ELVIS COSTELLO joined THE STROKES on "Taken For a Fool" at Madison Square Garden, after having played a brief opening set for the band. Video for "Take It or Leave It" is also at the link.

FOO FIGHTERS are advance streaming Wasting Light.

LOW is advance streaming C'mon.

GLASVEGAS is advance streaming Euphoric Heartbreak.

PANDA BEAR is advance streaming Tomboy.

PAUL SIMON is advance streaming So Beautiful or What.

ARCADE FIRE rolled into Port-au-Prince last week for a surprise gig at the Hotel Oloffson, including, er, "Haiti."

THE KINKS: Dave Davies talks to Drowned In Sound about the band's legendary career, including the recording of "You Really Got Me."

DESTROYER: Dan Bejar yalks to Eye Weekly about Kaputt's "casual empire-decline rock."

THE RAMONES: The A.V. Club suggests entry points into their catalog for newcomers.

20 ALL-TIME GREAT CHICAGO GUITARISTS, courtesy of the Illinois Entertainer.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Hop tops the pops with 38.1 million against a 63 million budget... and stands a decent chance of making money through Easter, despite generally bad reviews.  Source Code placed with 15 million, which seems a bit soft, though ultimately fine against a 32 million budget.  Insidious showed with 13.5 million, against a mere 1.5 million budget. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, facing competition from Hop, tumbled 57 percent to the fourth slot with 10.2 million, but it should be profitable with a 38 million total to date against a 21 million budget.  Limitless, facing competition from Source Code, held decently, rounding out the Top Five with 9.4 million.  Below the fold, Sucker Punch plummeted 68 percent in its second weekend and looks doomed in North America. Ouch.

CHARLIE SHEEN unleashed his Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour on the Motor City on Saturday night to a crowd that began with an adoring standing ovation and concluded with booing and walk-outs. Sheen and Brooke Mueller finally formalized the custody agreement for their twin sons, Bob and Max.

LINDSAY LOHAN: Her hysterical 911 call from the Betty Ford Center is now online.

ELIZABETH HURLEY filed for divorce from estranged husband Arun Nayar, citing his "unreasonable behavior."

HUGH HEFNER isn't demanding a prenup.

BETTY WHITE will host a new hidden-camera comedy show.

IRON MAN 3: Drew Pearce has been chosen by Marvel Studios to write the threequel.  Robert Downey Jr. will reprise his signature Tony Stark role, and Marvel recently locked Downey's Kiss Kiss Bang Bang helmer Shane Black to direct.  BTW, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is a lot of fun, if you've never seen it... and the DVD commentary with Downey and Val Kilmer is almost as good.

SNOW WHITE: Lily Collins (The Blind Side) has been cast as the lead in Relativity Media's upcoming live action film based on the classic Brothers Grimm fairytale.

DARK SHADOWS: Chloe Moretz is now in talks to join the Warner Bros drama based on the 60s TV soap.

OUR FRIENDS, THE SAUDIS said that 5080 people have been convicted of terrorist charges.

EGYPT: Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Cairo's famous Tahrir Square on Friday, as part of an effort by liberal activists to revive their movement after a series of perceived political set-backs.

PAKISTAN: Successive, yet unsuccessful assassination attempts on Maulana Fazl ur Rehman of the group Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl show Islamic militants' growing disdain for even sympathetic political leaders. But the government has proved powerless to stem the tide of radicalization.

LIBYA: Gaddafi loyalists continued to pound rebel fighters in the key oil hub of Brega, a town that had been claimed by anti-government forces less than a week ago. Yet, despite repeated setbacks in recent days, intelligence assessments suggest that the rebels, with continuing NATO air support, are capable now of maintaining control of strongholds such as Benghazi as well as key oil fields in eastern Libya. Is a stalemate in the offing? Or might Gaddafi exit some other wayTwo former Afghan Mujahedeen and a six-year detainee at Guantanamo Bay have stepped to the fore of the rebels' military campaign in Darna.

A DOG believed to have survived the tsunami and then three weeks at sea has been rescued by the Japanese coastguard.

ANGRY BIRD: Dud Gordon spent 32 years in the Army, advancing all the way from private to brigadier general. But now, 25 years into retirement, he has acquired a new and relentless enemy.

A GOOSE attacked people entering and leaving a St. Louis County medical office.

HORSE saved by XXXX Beer.

A BABY GIRAFFE was born at the Cincinnati Zoo. Awww...some pics.

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