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Sly Stone, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Saintseneca, Ethers, Echo, Petty, Cat   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 24, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

SLY & THE FAMILY STONE rip through a medley of "Everyday People" and "Dance to the Music," plus "Hot Fun in the Summertime," "Don't Call Me N*gger, Whitey," and "I Want to Take You Higher" on network TV, circa 1969.

AARON LEE TASJAN advance streams Karma For Cheap.' Nice allusions to Thunderclap Newman in "Heart Slows Down."

SAINTSENECA advance streams Pillar of Na.

ETHERS advance stream their self-titled debut.

THOU advance streams Magus; metal's not really my bag, but Pate bassist Mike Kelly might dig it.

ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN share “The Somnambulist.”

TOM PETTY: Hear the previously unreleased song “You And Me (Clubhouse Version).“

DEATH CAB's Ben Gibbard pays tribute to Richard Swift.

KT TUNSTALL shares "The River."

SHA LA DAS share "Just For A Minute," which is on a Dap-Tone label.

R.E.M.: "Don't Go Back to Rockville," very unplugged.

MITSKI: "I'm waiting for everyone to decide to hate me."

NICO's post-Velvet Underground legacy is briefly essayed at Artforum.

BLOOD ORANGE's Dev Hynes Breaks Down Every Song on His New Album, Negro Swan.

ED KING, the Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist (and co-author of "Sweet Home Alabama") has died, aged 68.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Simon & Garfunkel's iconic folk-rock single "The Sound Of Silence."

NOW SHOWING:This weekend's wide releases include The Happytime Murders, currently scoring 27 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and A.X.L., which has not been screened for critics.

BEN AFFLECK is reportedly back in rehab after an intervention staged by Jennifer Garner.

THE BIG BANG THEORY is ending because Jim Parsons was done with it.

BOND 25: Danny Boyle quit the new Bond film weeks before filming was due to start after a reported dispute over the film's Russian villain.

ARETHA FRAMKLIN's memorial concert next week has a full roster.

BEWITCHED is getting an interracial reboot.

SUSPIRIA: The remake of Dario Argento's Italian horror masterpiece has a trailer online.

A CAT AND A MIRROR: The usual funny, with a twist at the end.

FALLING SHEEP puts a young Irishman in the hospital. Notice they do not fly so much as plummet.

A SUPER SNAKE may emerge from the Everglades.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Appeasement in Bismarck.

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Bermuda Triangle, Rayland Baxter, Camp Cope, Gorillas   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

FATBOY SLIM: When your "Weapon of Choice" is Walken.

BERMUDA TRIANGLE: Brittany Howard, Jesse Lafser, and Becca Mancari play the Newport Folk Fest.

RAYLAND BAXTER stops by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

CAMP COPE plays a TIny Desk Concert.

WILD NOTHING shares "Canyons On Fire."

SOCCER MOMMY covers Springsteen's "I'm On Fire."

 

PEARL JAM plays ‘Evil Little Goat’ for the first time ever live.

AND THE BAND PLAYED ON: How to grow old gracefully in pop.

MICK JAGGER & CARLY SIMON's 46-year-old duet has been found.

MICHAEL NESMITH shares his love of vaporwave.

THE EAGLES' GREATEST HITS, 1971-75, recently surpassed Michael Jackson's Thriller as the best-selling album in US history.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Dave Clark Five's rumbling rocker "Over And Over."

 

ASIA ARGENTO says she did not have sex with then 17-year-old Jimmy Bennett, but a photo and various text messages between Argento and a friend tell a very different story.

THE BIG BANG THEORY will end in 2019.

BRAD PITT & ANGELINA JOLIE reach a temporary child custody deal.

J.J. ABRAMS is launching an indie record label named Loud Robot. Really.

GEORGE CLOONEY tops the latest Forbes list of highest-paid actors... but most of it didn't come from acting.

JENNIFER GARNER is not pleased Ben Affleck is dating a Playboy model, but she's not surprised.

CRAZY RICH ASIANS' creative team is planning to reunite for the sequel.

JOHN LITHGOW will star in the Roger Ailes biopic.

MAVERICK: The Top Gun sequel is filming aboard the Norfolk-based USS Abraham Lincoln this week.

 

GORILLAS reunite with a girl and her Dad, who raised them.

A ZEBRA hides among a herd of wildebeest.

PROTECTED TARANTULA TACOs get a Mexico City joint busted.

MAN ON SCOOTER vs SNAKE: Who You Got?

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The Decemberists, Lord Huron, Boygenius, J Mascis, Soft Cell, Subway Goats   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 22, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE MONKEES: The TV version of "You Just May Be the One," which differs from the LP version and has more cowbell.

THE DECEMBERISTS play a full set at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival.

LORD HURON stops by Morning Becomes Ecectic.

BOYGENIUS: Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus share three songs from their new joint.

J MASCIS shares "See You At The Movies."

SOFT CELL returns with "Northern Lights," their first new song in 15 years.

 

PEARL JAM covers Bowie's "Rebel, Rebel," much as Pate once did.

THE MC5(0):: Wayne Kramer talks to The Guardian about his autobiography.

JAPANESE BREAKFAST: Michelle Zauner has an essay at The New Yorker.

EDDIE WILLIS, the original Motown Funk Brother whose muted, propulsive guitar style earned him the nickname “Chank,” died Monday (Aug. 20) at age 82.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Byrds' electrified Pete Seeger cover "Turn! Turn! Turn!"

 

ASIA ARGENTO denies she had sex with a 17-year-old and that Anthony Bourdain paid him off.

ARETHA FRANKLIN reportedly left no will.

BOND 25 director Dammy Boyle exits over the obligatory "creative differences."

KELLY MARIE TRAN responds to online harassment.

CHER claims Jack Nicholson and George Miller thought she was too old and not sexy enough for The Witches of Eastwick.

VERONICA MARS is close to a Hulu reboot with original creator Rob Thomas and series star Kristen Bell on board.

BARBARA HARRIS, the wildly talented actress, comedian and singer who starred on Broadway and in such films as Nashville, Family Plot and Freaky Friday before shunning show business, has died. She was 83.

 

CHARLIE, a service dog, helps a veteran with a traumatic brain injury.

SUBWAY GOATS, rescued by Jon Stewart, part of your 2018 Mad Libs.

BLACK BEARS are moving into residential areas of north New Jersey.

ANIMAL CRACKERS escape their cages.

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Phoenix, Lera Lynn, Whitney Ballen, Peacock   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 21, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

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.

PHOENIX plays a full set at Brooklyn Steel for Pitchfork Live.

LERA LYN performs a mini-concert for her record release party.

WHITNEY BALLEN advance streams You’re A Shooting Star, I’m A Sinking Ship.

THE WATSON TWINS return with "Hustle and Shake."

 

KURT VILE shares a video for "Loading Zones."

BOB DYLAN gets almost three hours of analysis and celebration devoted to his later career, from the gospel era to the present day and the Bootleg Series, finishing a trilogy on Political Beats with guest Andrew Kirell of The Daily Beast. Particularly useful in sorting the diamonds from the dogs. ALSO: Aquarium Drunkard reviews the Bootleg Series Vol. 13, 1979-81.

PRINCE: 23 Prince albums from 1995-2010 are now streaming; here's a handy flowchart to enjoying them.

DOLLY PARTON, memeing on Twitter.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Supremes' "I Hear A Symphony," another pop classic from the Motown assembly line.

 

CHRIS HEMSWORTH is the new GQ cover story, talking Thor and more.

THE MTV VMAs went to these people. Congrats?

BEN AFFLECK and Lindsay Shookus have called it quits after a year of dating.

JERRY SEINFELD talks to the New York Times about Comedians In Cars..., Seinfeld, Twitter jokes, and more...

GLOW is heading to Las Vegas for round three.

THE FANTASTIC FOUR almost turned up in Deadpool 2.

IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA: NME attempts a list of definitive episodes.

NETFLIX rushes to reassure viewers it's not introducing ads.

 

EVER SEEN A PEACOCK FLY? I had not.

KIRK, a female Border Collie, watching herself win the 2017 Purina Pro Challenge.

AN ALPACA dies after eating Doritos, Cheese Nips and peanuts.

COYOTES are moving into populated parts of the Adirondacks.

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So, my place was a water hazard this weekend. But Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 20, 2018 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

FORTUNATELY, BY SUNDAY EVENING, the problem seems to be resolved. Knock on wood. Anyway:

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Crazy Rich Asians tops the chart with 25.2MM -- and 34MM since it's Wednesday debut, against a 30MM budget.  While people will focus on the Asian part, it's perhaps equally notable thatit seems like a long time since a rom-com topped the chart, even during a slow movie period like August. And it's based on one of a series of three novels, so potentially a franchise if it continues to run well during the dog days.  The Meg places with 21.2MM on a 53 percent drop and over 300MM in worldwide sales against a 130-178MM production budget.  The debut of Mile 22 shows with 13.6MM and could be in trouble, even against a reported budget of only 35MM.  Mission: Impossible - Fallout and Alpha are headed for a photo finish in fourtha nd fifth at an estimated 10.5MM apiece, with the latter perhaps surprising some of the gurus.  Below the fold, Disney's Christopher Robin holds the sixth slot with 8.9MM on what would be a leggy 32 percent drop if it hadn't disappointed from its opening frame.

KEVIN SPACEY's Billionaire Boys Club earned an abysmal 126 dollars on opening day.

ASIA ARGENTO, among the first women in the movie business to publicly accuse the producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, mad a deal with her own accuser, according to the New York Times.

ARETHA FRANKLIN HAD POWER. Did we truly respect it? Or her humor?

AN AMPAS BOARD MEMBER says the "popular" Oscar is really a prize for a movie that audiences were entertained by. Keep digging!

LIAM NEESON will play a vengeful snow plow driver in Hard Powder. Really.

ALEC BALDWIN does not approve of his daughter Ireland’s sizzling photo.

BRUCE WILLIS & DEMI MOORE reunited for their daughter Rumer's 30th birthday. Get off my lawn.

WINONA RYDER may have married KEANU REEVES in Romania when they made Bram Stoker's Dracula. (This is technically an old story, but they're starring in an unpcoming rom-com, so...)

WATCHMEN is a go at HBO.

SISQO tied the knot with longtime fiance Elizabeth Pham.

THE 23 BEST FILMS of the 2000s, according to the Washington Post and virtually no one else.

I should be back with the full platter Tuesday.

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