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Jon Pratt, Big Thief, Chuck Berry, Superchunk, Dinosaur Mummy   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, June 06, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

 

JON PRATT plays Pate's "She Don't Seem To Care" (with some tech magic), and Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" for Twofer Tuesday.

BIG THIEF advance streams Capacity.

CHUCK BERRY advance streams CHUCK.

AGENT BLA advance streams Agent Blue.

SUPERCHUNK shares “I Got Cut.”

WAXAHATCHEE shares "Never Been Wrong."

 

URGE OVERKILL:  Their killer '93 single "Sister Havana" and their even more famous cover of Neil Diamond's "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" are your Twofer Tuesday.

ELVIS COSTELLO talks to Rolling Stone about touring Imperial Bedroom,his upcoming musical, and future projects.

AEROSMITH's war stories, as told by the band.

THE KILLERS: How and Why Has "Mr Brightside" Never Left the UK Charts?

BOB DYLAN explains his roots, as only he can, in his Nobel Lecture.

 

HALLE BERRY's rep has denied that the Oscar winner is pregnant with her third child.

WONDER WOMAN director Patty Jenkins has thoughts about a sequel (and she is under contract for one).

BREAKING BAD is returning as a non-game, virtual reality experience.

AL PACINO is set to play Joe Paterno in an HBO movie about the Penn State college football sex scandal.

WHY MEG TILLY walked away from Hollywood.

T.J. MILLER talks about leaving HBO's Silicon Valley.

PETER SALLIS, best known for his work on Last of the Summer Wine and Wallace and Gromit, has died at the age of 96.

D-DAY: The anniversary of the invasion of Normandy is marked with five essential stories and some color footage

THE UNITED KINGDOM: A bouncer known as Ozzie led a brave charge against the London terrorists after seeing them repeatedly knifing a woman.

EGYPT, SAUDI ARABIA and three other Arab countries severed all ties with QATAR early Monday, in a renewal of a four-year effort to isolate it and in a sign of a new boldness after a visit to the region by President Trump.

AUSTRALIAN police said on Tuesday that a shootout in which two men died, three police officers were wounded and a female hostage was freed was being treated as a terror attack.

 

A TINY CORGI and a GIANT CORGI share a popsicle.

A DINOSAUR "MUMMY" was discovered by an oil worker, with skin and guts intact. Theme park to follow.

A GENETICALLY MODIFIED CYBORG DRAGON FLY takes flight.

...AND THERE WAS LOBSTER all over the highway.

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Father John Misty, Justin Townes Earle, The War On Drugs, Bees   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, June 05, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

FOO FIGHTERS share a video for "Run."

FATHER JOHN MISTY plays a stripped-down performance at Rockwood Music Hall.

JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

JACK WHITE & ELTON JOHN recorded “Two Fingers of Whiskey” straight to wax.

THE WAR ON DRUGS shares "Holding On" ahead of A Deeper Understanding. 80s U2 & Bruce, with a dash of Bryan Adams?

GLENN CAMPBELL shares "Arkansas Farmboy," inspired by Campbell's rural origins and written in the late 1970s by Campbell's longtime banjo player Carl Jackson, who produced the upcoming Adiόs.

DAN WILSON (Semisonic, Trip Shakespeare) shares "Someone Like You" and "Home" from Re-Covered, a collection of songs he wrote for artists like Adele and others.

JASON ISBELL shares "White Man's World."

THE FIVE STAIRSTEPS:  “O-o-h Child." Time for a dance-off?

JAWBREAKER: An oral history of 24 Hour Revenge Therapy. (Somehow missed this at the time.)

SHOVELS & ROPE: The Mom & Pop Rock 'n' Roll Shop.

ALT-J takes NPR on a track-by-track tour of Relaxer.

GREGG ALLMAN: The "Ramblin' Man" was laid to rest near highway 41.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Wonder Woman easily tops the chart with 100.5MM, the first, female-directed movie to debut in three digits; it's also considerably higher than the estimates just a week earlier, some of which were as low as 60MM.  The 122.5MM from foreign markets is less impressive, but overall, it looks to be worth a few hundred million dollars of profit for WB/DC before it leaves theaters, depending on how well The Mummy does. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie placed with 23.5MM, which is probably alright, considering DreamWorks outsourced this to Canada on a frugal 38MM production budget. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales tumbled 66 percent to show with 21.6MM; it continues to gross overseas, but the overall numbers now look shaky.  Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 took the fourth slot with another 9.7MM added to it's already yuge pile of cash.  Baywatch rounds out the Top Five with 8.5MM and may be even shakier than the Pirates.

ARIANA GRANDE visited fans hospitalized after the terror attack on her Manchester concert, then headlined the One Love Manchester benefit concert.

TOM CRUISE reveals the title for the sequel -- Top Gun 2: Maverick.

CHRIS CORNELL had several prescription drugs in his system but they didn’t contribute to his death in a Detroit hotel room, autopsy reports released on Friday showed.

JOHN HAMM talks about life after Mad Men and why singledom sucks...tho it does free him up to hit on Kate Beckinsale.

BILL COSBY's real and TV wives support him as he heads to trial on sexual assualt charges.

LAKE BELL has given birth to her second child.

BILL MAHER dropped an n-bomb on his TV show, apologized.

THE UNITED KINGDOM: PM Theresa May  said “it is time to say enough is enough” as she condemned a terror attack on “innocent and unarmed civilians” which left seven people dead and 48 injured in London. She also pointed to the internet and "the big companies that provide internet-based services" as "the safe space" that allows extremism to breed.

THE SWARM: A busy block near NYC's Rockefeller Center was reopened Friday afternoon after a swarm of more than 2000 honey bees overtook a van, forcing authorities to close East 47th Street.

RESCUING A DOG with a six-year-old girl.

A BEAR broke into a Colorado home, played the piano.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT:  Militant rodents steal American flags from a veteran's yard.

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Power Pop, Buckingham & McVie, Ani DiFranco, Wooden Wand, Horse   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, June 02, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with POWER POP! A few of these may be known generally, like Cheap Trick's "Way of the World" and Nick Lowe's "Cruel to Be Kind"... and some well-known to fans of the genre, like Dwight Twilley's "I'm On Fire," Shoes "Too Late," The Records' "Starry Eyes," the Flamin' Groovies' "Shake Some Action" and the Plimsouls'  "A Million Miles Away" (seen here in a rare live slot).  Others are well-known to longtime Pate fans, like the Three O'Clock's "Her Head's Revolving" or Let's Active's "Waters Part."

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM & CHRISTINE McVIE advance stream their self-titled album.

ANI DiFRANCO advance streams Binary.

ALA.NI advance streams You & I.

WOODEN WAND covers The Specials, Elvis Presley, and Wire for Aquarium Drunkard.

BRAM TCHAIKOVSKY: "Girl Of My Dreams" and "Lady From the USA", live. Because it's Power Pop Friday, of course.

FATHER JOHN MISTY gets profiled by GQ, complete with fashion shoot.

SGT. PEPPER: Not as good as Magical Mystery Tour?  More srsly, I haven't heard the remaster, but I have heard raves about it. BONUS: Reviews from 1967.

LYDIA LUNCH talks to SPIN baout her musical progeny.

JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE talks to Paste about Nashville, Country lore, growing up, and more.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are Wonder Woman, which is currently scoring 92 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, which is scoring 86 percent.

WONDER WOMAN starts out wth an advantage the current run of Superman and Batman movies could never have -- most people have at best only the vaguest idea of the backstory of this otherwise iconic character.  So director Patty Jenkins gets the benefit of being able to tell an origin story, and in a version that transplants elements of her canon from WWII to WWI. Traveling to Man's World from the Paradise Island of the Amazons, the screenplay also makes much of the fish-out-of-water trope, both dramatically and comic relief, though never really at the expense of Princess Diana.  Rather, it tends to illuminate Diana's personality, which has more nuance than we tend to get from the more iconic Kal-El or even Bruce Wayne (because audience have very fixed expectations of who they will be).  Gal Godot turns in a star-making performance as Princess Diana, delivering on the promise of her scene-stealing in Batman vs Superman, well-matched with Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, a role seemingly written to play to his strengths in action and comedy.  I've seen people appreciate that with Jenkins at the helm, it's less gritty than the prior entries in the DCEU, but I don't know that it's less gritty as much as being less urban in its settings.  The comic relief in the screenplay does make it feel a bit lighter, but without sacrificing the mythic quality DC was shooting for here.  Thoroughly enjoyable.

JOHNNY DEPP had no idea his former management team used his assets to secure 40MM worth of loans to cover up years of mishandling his money ... according to new legal docs.

MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS has a trailer online.

THE DARK UNIVERSE: Will Universal's Monster gamble pay off?

FAME AFTER SNL? It's much harder than it seems.

TAYLOR SWIFT has a date with a jury in August.

CARRIE FISHER & DEBBIE REYNOLDS: Over 1500 of the two late actresses’ personal artifacts will be going up for sale starting Sept. 23.

A CARRIAGE HORSE goes for a run after escaping a NYC stable.

BABY HIPPO FIONA is ready for her close-up.

AN APOCALYPTIC SWARM OF MOSQUITORS hits LaGuardia airport.

A LIVE MONKEY was busted by a courthouse x-ray machine.

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Thursday. Things. Ulrika Spacek. Luna. Matt Pond PA. Snakes.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, June 01, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

 

KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD  share a video for "The Lord Of Lightning vs Balrog."

ULRIKA SPACEK streams Modern English Decoration.

ART CONTEST streams Two Songs.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features new tracks from Jeff Tweedy, Kevin Morby, Big Thief, Mitski, and more.

LUNA covers Fleetwood Mac's "One Together."

MATT POND PA shares  "Still Summer."

BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE shares "Skyline" on Spotify.

 

THE ROLLING STONES: An alternate version of "Dead Flowers".

RADIOHEAD talks to Rolling Stone about the making of OK Computer.

BRANDI CARLILE talks to All Songs about The Story tribute LP and more.

FUGAZI: Looking back at 30.

THE THE: Ten of Their Best.

 

EDGE OF TOMORROW is getting a prequel/sequel, apparently titled LIVE DIE REPEAT AND REPEAT.

JENNIFER GARNER isn't ready to date in the post-Affleck era.

SIN CITY may head to the small screen.

ALANIS MORISETTE and DIABLO CODY are working up "Jagged Little Pill" as a musical.

THE 50 BEST TV THEMES, according to Paste.

TWIN PEAKS: A guide to the reboot soundtrack.

TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY, recreated in Grand Theft Auto V.

MANUEL NORIEGA, who went from Panamanian military strongman to Miami jailbird in the blink of a geopolitical eye after picking a fight with Washington that ended with the U.S. invasion of his country, died late Monday, a few months after surgery to remove a brain tumor went bad.

 

AN EAST TEXAS SNAKE pukes up another live snake.

TWO CAMELS get it on in the middle of a Dubai motorway.

IS THAT A CATFISH IN YOUR PANTS, or are you just a big hockey fan?

THE SQUIRREL THREAT unveils a third threat from the air.

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Thursday. Things. Ulrika Spacek. Luna. Matt Pond PA. Snakes.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, June 01, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

 

KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD  share a video for "The Lord Of Lightning vs Balrog."

ULRIKA SPACEK streams Modern English Decoration.

ART CONTEST streams Two Songs.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features new tracks from Jeff Tweedy, Kevin Morby, Big Thief, Mitski, and more.

LUNA covers Fleetwood Mac's "One Together."

MATT POND PA shares  "Still Summer."

BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE shares "Skyline" on Spotify.

 

THE ROLLING STONES: An alternate version of "Dead Flowers".

RADIOHEAD talks to Rolling Stone about the making of OK Computer.

BRANDI CARLILE talks to All Songs about The Story tribute LP and more.

FUGAZI: Looking back at 30.

THE THE: Ten of Their Best.

 

EDGE OF TOMORROW is getting a prequel/sequel, apparently titled LIVE DIE REPEAT AND REPEAT.

JENNIFER GARNER isn't ready to date in the post-Affleck era.

SIN CITY may head to the small screen.

ALANIS MORISETTE and DIABLO CODY are working up "Jagged Little Pill" as a musical.

THE 50 BEST TV THEMES, according to Paste.

TWIN PEAKS: A guide to the reboot soundtrack.

TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY, recreated in Grand Theft Auto V.

MANUEL NORIEGA, who went from Panamanian military strongman to Miami jailbird in the blink of a geopolitical eye after picking a fight with Washington that ended with the U.S. invasion of his country, died late Monday, a few months after surgery to remove a brain tumor went bad.

 

AN EAST TEXAS SNAKE pukes up another live snake.

TWO CAMELS get it on in the middle of a Dubai motorway.

IS THAT A CATFISH IN YOUR PANTS, or are you just a big hockey fan?

THE SQUIRREL THREAT unveils a third threat from the air.

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