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Elvis Costello, Goldwax, Bela Fleck, Cutout Bin, Gorilla Man   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, January 28, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONS!  Live and ferocious in June 1978, Part 1 includes "Mystery Dance," "Waiting For The End Of The World," and "Lip Service."  Part 2 includes "Two Little Hitlers," "The Beat," and "Night Rally." Part 3 continues with "This Year's Girl," "No Action," and "(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea."  Part 4 rocks on with "Lipstick Vogue" and "Watching The Detectives." Part 5 concludes with "Pump It Up" and "You Belong To Me."

GOLDWAX RECORDS: A History Of '60s Memphis Soul, via Fresh Air.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from First Aid Kit, Cowboy Junkies, Yuck and more feature in the latest edition of the long-running NPR series.

ABIGAIL WASHBURN did six free songs for Daytrotter.

BELA FLECK also brought the banjo for four free songs at Daytrotter.

IRON & WINE: Sam Beam's promo blitz continues with a session at Morning Becomes Eclectic.

NIRVANA: The Demotapes.

LEONARD COHEN plays "So Long, Marianne," circa 1979.

ALEX WINSTON, upcoming singer-songwriter-popster, is profiled by BBC Radio 1. (Thx, LHB)  Her debut isn't out yet but you can stream a few via the ol' HM.

DEREK & THE DOMINOS: Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs is getting the special edition treatment in March, including previously unreleased material and two rare tracks produced by Phil Spector.

JAYHAWKS: Mark Olson speaks with PopMatters at length about the band and its history.

CORIN TUCKER tells PopMatters how her new band came to be, how it's different from Sleater-Kinney, and where she's headed to next...

PATTI SMITH is working on a new album... and a detective novel.

GLADYS HORTON, who co-founded the 1960s Motown group the Marvelettes and sang on hits including "Please Mr. Postman," died Wednesday night at a Sherman Oaks nursing home. She was 65.

CUTOUT BIN: From Slade to the Specials, from Joe Jackkson to Wanda Jackson, from the Four Tops to Guided by Voices, from Johnny Thunders to the Beatles, plus the Jam, Hindu Love Gods, Big Star, Thin Lizzy 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 are: The Rite, currently scoring 17 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and The Mechanic, scoring 51 percent.

CHARLIE SHEEN was in the middle of a marathon "party" last night and this morning with 5 women before something went so wrong, he ended up on a stretcher in an ambulance and rushed to the hospital.  RadarOnline claims Sheen's problem may be an ulceration.

KATE HUDSON laughs off the rumor she's engaged to Matt Bellamy, thinks she's having a girl.

KRISTEN STEWART is courted to play Snow White, perhaps opposite Viggo Mortensen as the Huntsman.

LINDSAY LOHAN calls 911 on the paparazzi.

CHELSEA HANDLER dumped 50 Cent just before the holidays, leaving the 35-year-old rapper "heartbroken"?

KENDRA WILKINSON: Another video from the past headed to the market?

EGYPT: Police fought protesters in two cities in eastern Egypt on Thursday and Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei arrived back in the country to join a major demonstration on Friday to try to oust President Hosni Mubarak.

YEMEN: Thousands of Yemenis took to the streets of the capital to demand a change of government, inspired by the unrest that has ousted the Tunisian leader and spread to Egypt.

IRAN: UK banks froze the account of Iran's English news service, PressTV.

THE GORILLA that walks like a man. Page Frankie Valli and the ghost of Charlton Heston.

A DOG that became stranded on an iceberg in the Baltic Sea has been adopted by his rescuers.

BATS use living toilets made of carnivorous plants.

300 BLACKBIRDS found dead recently near Athens, Alabama, appear to have died from flying into or being struck by a large object, such as an tractor-trailer rig.

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Charlie Louvin RIP, Jesca Hoop, Cold War Kids, Pitbull Kitteh   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, January 27, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE GO! TEAM drops videos for "Secretary Song" and "Super Triangle" in time for Twofer Thursday.

CHARLIE LOUVIN, Country Hall of Famer and half of the Louvin Bros. (whose  harmonies inspired everybody from the Everly Brothers to Emmylou Harris to the Byrds), died at 83 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.  He did four free songs for Daytrotter just last year.

JESCA HOOP did the four free songs thing for Daytrotter.

DAYTROTTER compiled its own Best of 2010 tracks.

COLD WAR KIDS stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

THE MAMAS & PAPAS lip-synced "California Dreaming" really well o­n Hullaballoo, but not showing you the go-go dancers, who are worth the wait.

THE DECEMBERISTS top the Billboard chart, but what does it mean?

GANG OF FOUR frontman Andy Gill discusses the band's first album in 16 years, and how the Red Hot Chili Peppers stole their sound.

STEVE EARLE talks to Billboard about his new album and novel, plus his work on 'Treme.

WILCO have formed their own label, dBpm Records, whose releases will be distributed and marketed by Anti- Records.

PENELOPE CRUZ & JAVIER BARDEM welcome a baby boy.

MIKE TYSON is a dad for the eighth time, as far as we know.

JIMMY BUFFETT was rushed to a hospital in Australia after he fell off the stage during a concert. TMZ has the video.

LINDSAY LOHAN & SAMANTHA RONSON hit up a strange party last week - where the theme seemed to be bleeding from the eyes and weird 3D type glasses.

OPRAH WINFREY is "taking it slow" with her newly-revealed half-sister.

JESSE JAMES: New Nazi pics surface.

JESSICA SIMPSON may have to refight the battle to keep a 2005 exercise video off the market.

VINCE NEIL will serve 15 days in jail after pleading guilty on Wednesday to drunken driving.

WILL FARRELL has committed to a four-episode arc on NBC's comedy The Office.

JOHN TRAVOLTA has been approached to play the role of former mafia boss John Gotti in an upcoming biopic.

NAOMI WATTS has signed on to star in J. Edgar, the Clint Eastwood-directed biopic.

IRAN: Ahmadinejad lashed out at his political rivals during a recent speech. Israel's Vice President said Iran is taking Lebanon hostage by supporting Hezbollah in political upheaval. Germany sent senior diplomats to Iran to secure the release of imprisoned journalists.

AFGHANISTAN: Roadside bombs killed 268 American troops in Afghanistan last year, a 60 percent increase over the previous year even as the Pentagon employs new measures to counter the Taliban's makeshift weapon of choice. Defense officials attribute it to the surge in fighting overall.

A PIT BULL adopts a kitten...Mass hysteria!

KANGAROOS forced the postponement of the Hanging Rock Cup in Australia.

A 5-FOOT MONITOR LIZARD was found wandering around a condo complex in Riverside, CA.

LIVE FISH & CHICKS were tossed during a high school pep rally in Ft. Worth, TX.

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Iron & Wine, Cali Dreamin', Basia Bulat, White Lies, Feelies, Maru   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 - 08:00 AM
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IRON & WINE plays "Tree By The River" in a wine cellar (get it?) for La Blogotheque. Sam Beam is profiled by Pitchfork and talks to Drowned In Sound about the new album.

BEYOND CALIFORNIA DREAMIN': Stream 88 Songs Inspired By The Golden State.

BASIA BULAT plays a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.

WHITE LIES stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

SONIC YOUTH is streaming a mixtape (incl new music from the band) via their website.

THE FEELIES drop "Should Be Gone" in advance of Here Before.

EARTH GIRL HELEN BROWN, another permutation of members from Sonny & the Sunsets and the Sandwwirches, drop, "Hit After Hit" as a debut track.

THE DEL LORDS extend "How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?" Circa 1990.

BOB DYLAN arrived in NYC 50 years ago this week. The Village Voice is marking the event with videos, archival stories and more...

WANDA JACKSON talks to Morning Edition about her new, Jack White-produced album

TOM TOM CLUB: Chris & Tina look back -- and ahead -- at PopMatters.

UNIVERSAL will offer out-of-print CDs on demand via Amazon's CreateSpace.

ALEC BALDWIN, DEREK JETER and other celebs are targeted by tax collectors who think they're fibbing about where they really live to dodge New York City income taxes.

OPRAH's secret half-sister turned down tabloid cash for her story. Which might be easier to do when your new half-sister is Oprah Winfrey.

SCARLETT JOHANSSON getting cozy with SNL's Jason Sudeikis? He recently split from Mad Men's January Jones... but Scar-Jo's rep dismisses the story.

AL PACINO's latest bombs at Sundance.

SAM WORTHINGTON has been living life in the fast lane after recently splitting with his girlfriend of nearly three years, Natalie Mark.

GLEE: Off-set romance? BONUS: John Travolta turns down Glee. Too butch?

MICHAEL JACKSON: Dr. Conrad pleads not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the gloved one's death.

JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT has three Tiffany engagement rings all picked out, just in case. She thinks she's doing guys a favor... and she is, in the sense of a warning.

TERROR in RUSSIA: Reports say a Black Widow suicide bomber was involved in Moscow airport blast.

IRAN: The head of military intelligence for the Israeli Knesset said that sanctions are delaying advances in Iran's nuclear program. Venezuela will resume gasoline shipments to Iran after two-year break.

IRAQ: Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims marched and beat their heads and chests in ritualistic mourning in a major rite in Iraq's holy Shi'ite city of Kerbala on Tuesday, after attacks that killed dozens in recent days.

MARU: The box cat expands into paper.

A CHIHUAHUA was rescued from a burning home and given mouth-to-snout resuscitation in Colorado Springs.

WORMS will dance, if you provide a cool light show.

HUMAN-BITING MONKEY is back on the loose in Japan.

LONESOME GEORGE, the Galapagos's most eligible bachelor, is to be given two new potential mates in an attempt to finally produce offspring. A ready-made reality show for Animal Planet.

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New Releases, Ebsen & the Witch, Pale Young Gents, Tree Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, January 25, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


PETER BJORN & JOHN drop "Breaker Breaker" as an advance clip for the upcoming album.

NEW RELEASES: Iron & Wine, Deerhoof, John Vanderslice, Amanda Palmer and more are streaming this week via Spinner.

ESBEN & THE WITCH advance stream Violet Cries at the 'Gum.

PALE YOUNG GENTLEMEN did five free songs for Daytrotter.

R.E.M. won't be touring Collapse Into Now, but there's another advance track, "Überlin."

THE ROLLING STONES: 2120 South Michigan Avenue (The Unreleased 1964 Blues Album).

WANDA JACKSON & JACK WHITE cover Jimmy Kidd's "Shakin' All Over" and Bob Dylan's "Thunder On The Mountain" for Twofer Tuesday.

BEST COAST & WAVVES: Tourmates (and bedmates) Bethany Cosentino and Nathan Williams do a two-part interview with the L.A. Times.

JAYHAWKS Gary Louris and Mark Olson talk reunion with the Chicago Sun-Times.

PATTI SMITH is profiled by The Guardian.

ABIGAIL WASHBURN is also profiled by The Guardian.

BRUCE WILLIS is "soul crushing" to work with, according to director Kevin Smith, who has been behaving strangely lately, even for him.

OPRAH WINFREY reveals she has a secret half-sister, named Patricia, who was given up for adoption as a child.  So perhaps it is she who will bring balance to The Force.

JAIME PRESSLY, fresh off a DUI bust, is getting a divorce... and is accused of owing more than 637K in state and federal taxes.

LINDSAY LOHAN is telling her friends she is never evah clubbing again.

MADONNA's cougar ways bother her brother.

WHEN GEORGE CLOONEY said he didn't want to get married again, he forgot to tell his girlfriend first.

LEIGHTON MEESTER is the new Nylon magazine cover girl.

MTV's SKINS has now lost four major sponsors.

THE OSCARS nominations are announced; Film.com notes snubs and favorites.

THE RAZZIE AWARD nominations are announced.

NEWSWEEK hosts its annual Oscar Roundtable, with Natalie Portman, James Franco, Colin Firth, Annete Benning, Nicole Kidman and Michelle Williams.

IRAN: France is pushing for tougher sanctions on Iran after failed international negotiations. The US' point man on he sanctions regime against Iran is set to retire. Law enforcement officials in Tehran announced the creation of a new cyber police force to monitor the internet.

ALMOND the CAT never leaves his tree.

MISCHIEF: An apt name for a horse stuck in a swimming pool.

GAY CATS to marry in NYC.

OHIO CHIMP turns 52, which is old for a chimp.

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Go! Team, Liz Phair, Lissie, Iron & Wine, Hairless Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, January 24, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


STEVEN TYLER, 62, briefly took the throne to "Walk This Way" with Fallon and The Roots.

THE GO! TEAM is advance streaming Rolling Blackouts.

LIZ PHAIR stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.  She talks to the Chicago Sun-Times about Funstyle and her next album.

LISSIE also stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

IRON & WINE plated a Tiny Desk Concert and is likely still streaming Kiss Me Clean via TeamCoco today.

LIFEGUARDS: The lastest project from Robert Pollard and Doug Gillard drop "Paradise is Not So Bad" as an advance track.

THE BEACH BOYS: "Wendy." Live, no sync. Really big show.

BIG AUDIO DYNAMITE: More pioneering than the Clash?

SAM COOKE AT 80: The Career That Could Have Been.

GANG OF FOUR: Jon King tells Spinner why Kenny Rogers might be better than Bloc Party.

NO AGE: Randy Randall has a wide-ranging interview with Prefix.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: No Strings Attached tops the chart with 20.3 million against a 25 million budget. It's good to be Natalie Portman.  The Green Hornet places with 18.1 million; it's 46 percent drop isn't bad for a post-holiday weekend, but not good considering there was no new competition for the dude demo. The Dilemma shows with 9,7 million; it's 46 percent drop in weekend 2 is bad for any comedy, let alone one with Vince Vaughn and Kevin James. The Kings Speech holds in the fourth slot with 9.2 million (a 0.2 percent drop) and True Grit Rounds out the Top Five with 8 million on a mere 27.3 percent drop (at 138 million so far, the biggest Coen Bros. movie ever).  Below the fold Black Swan and The Fighter continued to do well in 6th and 7th place, with Black Swan looking like it will hit the 100 million mark domestically.  It's good to be Natalie Portman.

LINDSAY LOHAN reportedly made a secret 25000 deal with the fired Betty Ford worker who accused Li-Lo of criminal battery after refusing to testify against her.

REGIS PHILBIN quit his show after execs told his agent they would cut his salary when his current contract expired, reports TMZ.

GEORGE CLOONEY says he won't marry again.

JESSE JAMES & KAT VON D reportedly plan on tying the knot within the next month. Ex mistress Michelle "Bombshell" McGee seems skeptical.

SUSAN SARANDON denies having a boyfriend, including her young business partner Jonathan Bricklin.

WONDER WOMAN will fly this pilot season after all.

CLINT EASTWOOD directing Beyonce in A Star Is Born remake?

ORSON WELLES: An unfinished "masterpiece" filmed by Orson Welles nearly four decades ago is finally to reach the screen.

JACK LaLANNE, who inspired television viewers to trim down and pump iron decades before exercise became a national obsession, has died at age 96.

HARRY POTTER & THE HONOR BEATING: The brother of a Harry Potter film actress who assaulted her because her boyfriend was not Muslim has been jailed for six months.

IRAN: Two days of talks with six world powers ended in failure on Saturday, with Iran refusing to engage on any concrete proposals to build confidence that its nuclear program is only for peaceful purposes and with no date set for another meeting. Meanwhile, Iranian authorities have ordered a ban on women from watching live broadcasts of soccer matches at public movie theaters.

AFGHANISTAN: President Karzai agreed to allow the parliament to meet.

PAKISTAN: The former Pakistani intelligence agent who is known as the godfather of the Taliban has been killed ten months after being kidnapped by Islamist militants. Ironic.

IRAQ: Muqtada al Sadr has again left Iraq and has returned to Qom, Iran, where he spent three years in exile.

HAIRLESS CAT, Bearded Man. Skritchy.

GREYHOUND RACE ends in an astonishing triple dead heat.

ROAD HOG: A five hundred pound swine blocked traffic in Victorville early last Wedneday morning, creating a hazard.

PETER PAN, UPDATED: Workers at a Ukrainian aquarium didn't believe it when a visitor said a crocodile swallowed her phone. Then the reptile started ringing.

800 PARROTS go cold turkey in rehab.

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