Casey Affleck, Walton Goggins, Zooey Deschanel Cast In Donnie & Joe Emerson Biopic

Casey Affleck and Walton Goggins are set to star in the upcoming indie feature Dreamin’ Wild, which is directed by Bill Pohlad (2014’s Love & Mercy) and chronicles the life of 1970s pop-rock sibling duo Donnie and Joe Emerson. Rounding out the cast is Zooey Deschanel, Casey Affleck, Beau Bridges, Chris Messina, Noah Jupe, and Jack Dylan Grazer. Affleck and Goggins are playing Donnie and Joe Emerson as adults, and Jupe and Grazer will portray them as teens, according to Variety. Deschanel will po...
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Willy Wonka, Goldfinger Songwriter Leslie Bricusse Dead At 90

Leslie Bricusse, a British Emmy- and Grammy-winning songwriter who wrote world-renowned songs for film and Broadway, has died. He was 90. Bricusse was perhaps best known for writing the lyrics to the James Bond themes “Goldfinger” and “You Only Live Twice,” plus “Pure Imagination,” which memorably appeared in Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (1971).
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Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: Wilkinson WVS1302P replacement arm (the locking saddle one!)

Author: [email protected] Posted: Tue Oct 19, 2021 9:11 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 1 Hi there, Have you tried reaching out to our support team? We'd love to help. _________________Customer Service JS Technologies / Suhr
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Is Home Repair Insurance Worth Paying For?

Home repairs can be expensive and when you have to pay for them out of your own pocket, it can leave you in a bad financial situation. But could insurance help? Most people already have a home insurance policy that covers them against damage from natural disasters like fires or flooding, or damage from vandalism and theft. However, that doesn’t usually cover you for repairs and you can get separate coverage for that. But home repair insurance coverage isn’t the right option for everybody and s...
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Foyer Red – “Blood”

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Why Music Is Not A Background Sport

Music — at least for some of us — is an engaged and engaging activity that involves your ear, your intellect, your memory, your imagination and more. And that if those resources aren’t available, there’s no shame in preferring the more serene and restful option of silence. – San Francisco Chronicle
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Glimmerglass Leader To Step Down

Francesca Zambello, 65, who is also the artistic director of Washington National Opera and an independent stage director, will have led Glimmerglass for 12 seasons when she leaves. – The New York Times
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Yes, Eun Sun Kim Has Made Opera History, But She’d Rather Just Be A Conductor

She’s music director at San Francisco Opera and principal guest conductor at Houston Grand Opera, and she’s the first woman and first Asian in either job. But, she says, “I want to be seen just as a conductor.” – The New York Times
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We’ve Got A File On You: Tori Amos

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.
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Melts – “Maelstrom”

A few years ago, the Dublin band Melts formed, gathering members from various defunct bands around town and carving out their own psychedelic, moody sound. After some promising early singles — including “Echoes” — and a lot of pre-pandemic touring — including gigs with Fontaines D.C. — the group have been silent for a bit. Now, they’re back with “Maelstrom,” their first new song in two years.
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11 Must-See Acts At Shaky Knees 2021

We’re now in the thick of our new festival fall calendar, with large-scale music events returning in a not-quite-post-pandemic world. Stereogum is a media partner for the 2021 edition of Shaky Knees and this weekend we’ll be in Atlanta covering the festival (follow us on Instagram and this website for photos, videos, reviews, and interviews). Tickets for the fest are available at There are a lot of sets to look forward to, and these are the artists we’re most excited to c...
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Jeff Tweedy Announces Deluxe Love Is The King

Last year, Jeff Tweedy released Love Is The King. Now, he’s announced that the album is getting a deluxe edition called Love Is The King/Live Is The King, arriving December 10 via dBpm Records. Along with the news, Tweedy has shared a cover of Neil Young’s “Old Country Waltz” and a list of winter dates in Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
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The Month In Jazz – October 2021

John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme is one of the most towering works of art of the 20th century. It represents an ideal of jazz composition and performance: its simple four-note bassline anchors some of the most passionate playing of his career, and there’s not a single note out of place from anyone in the band. Each of the piece’s four movements flows seamlessly and logically from the one before, and though it’s less than 33 minutes long, when it reaches its conclusion, you realize there’s nowhere ...
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Stream Adult Swim’s Digitalis Comp Feat. L’Rain, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Julianna Barwick & Mary Lattimore, & More

In addition to their regular singles series, Adult Swim occasionally releases compilations, often focused around a certain genre — there have been ones dedicated to metal and dream-pop and last year they put one out highlighting all the exciting new jazz music. Today, Adult Swim is turning its ear to electronic with a new compilation called Digitalis featuring 15 new tracks exclusive to the comp. There are songs by L’Rain, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Julianna Barwick and Mary Lattimore, Katie Gately,...
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Halloween-Outfit: Ideen zum Nachmachen für Faule

Bald ist es wieder soweit: Halloween steht vor der Tür. Vielleicht hast du ja schon eine Watchlist mit den Horrorfilmen deiner Wahl für den 31. Oktober zusammengestellt oder dir die Nägel orangefarben lackiert. Möglicherweise fehlt dir aber noch ein Outfit für eine anstehende Halloween-Party und du hast gar keinen Plan, was du anziehen sollst.Mach dir keine Sorgen, denn wir helfen dir dabei. Dieses Jahr gab es ja zum Glück ausreichend unvergessliche Fashion-Momente, die wir als Inspiration verwe...
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Anjimile – “Stranger”

Last year, the indie-folk musician Anjimile Chithambo released the debut album Giver Taker, a collection of carefully orchestrated DIY music that was soothing and startling in equal measures. Earlier this year, Anjimile followed that album with Reunion, an EP of orchestral reimaginings of Giver Taker songs. Anjimile has also been a collaborative force in recent months, covering songs from people like Samia, Esther Rose, and Beverly Glenn-Copeland. Today, Anjimile has announced a new label home d...
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Nick Cave’s Online Store: Pencils Adorned with Lyrics, Mugs, Polaroids & More

I’m sitting on the balcony Reading Flannery O’Connor With a pencil and a plan – Nick Cave, Carnage Access to technology has transformed the creative process, and many artists who’ve come to depend on it have long ceased to marvel at the labor and time saved, seething with resentment when devices and digital access fails. Musician Nick Cave, founder and frontman of The Bad Seeds, is one who hasn’t abandoned his analog ways, whether he’s in the act of generating new songs, or seeking respite from...
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Aeon Station – “Leaves”

It appears that the Wrens will probably never release their long-promised follow-up to their much-loved 2003 album The Meadowlands. Everyone seems to be bummed about this, including the Wrens’ own Charles Bissell, but it is what it is. Bissel’s bandmate Kevin Whelan has split from Bissel and signed to Sub Pop, and he’s getting ready to release his first album under the name Aeon Station. The songs on that album include the ones that Whelan was planning to include on that next Wrens album. But on...
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Warum es sich so gut anfühlt, wenn Periode & Vollmond zusammenfallen

So unangenehm (oder unpraktisch, oder schmerzhaft, oder unerwartet, …) deine Periode auch sein kann: In manchen Wicca- und naturbasierten Glaubensgemeinschaften wird sie noch immer als heilig betrachtet – vor allem, wenn sie auf einen Vollmond fällt.  „Frauen haben eine starke spirituelle Verbindung zum Mond“, meint die Autorin und Wicca-Hohepriesterin Deborah Blake. „Er ist das Symbol der Göttin und steht somit für feminine Magie.“ An dieser Stelle sollten wir ergänzen, dass der Mond...
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Album Of The Week: Maxo Kream Weight Of The World

On “Mama’s Purse,” one of the last songs on his new album Weight Of The World, the Houston rapper Maxo Kream starts out flossy. He doesn’t remain that way for long. The “Mama’s Purse” beat is lush and warm and opulent; it’s the kind of track that plenty of rappers would use to brag about material things. But Maxo’s approach is a fake-out. As the track begins, Maxo uses the cadence from Three 6 Mafia’s 2006 hit “Poppin’ My Collar”: “Ever since I can remember, I been poppin’ my collar/ Jordans, sp...
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1 Dead, 2 Injured From Falls At Phish’s San Francisco Concert

One person died and two others were injured in separate falls from upper-level seating during a Phish concert at the Chase Center on Sunday, CBS’ KPIX 5 reports. A spokesperson for the SFPD confirmed that police officers were alerted to someone in need of medical assistance and arrived around 8:55PM, during the band’s first set.
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12 awesome kids and baby Halloween costumes made with pajamas. Comfy, easy and cool.

For years, I’ve had tons of fun using plain pajama sets — like the ones you can find at Primary or Hanna Andersson — as the base for my kids’ Halloween costumes. With some head-to-toe monochromatic pajamas, all I’ve had to do is add some detail — a DIY that’s easy enough for me to pull off even […]
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French kids pay respects to Serge Gainsbourg

French pop music legend Serge Gainsbourg was just as famous for his ever-present Gitanes and otherwise perfectly French apparence. On a TV appearance toward the end of his life, he was suprised by a choir of children (Les Petits Chanteurs d'Asnières) in full Gainsbourg regalia—black jacket, gray wig, sunglasses, whisky, cigarette, unshaven—and brought to tears by their homage to one of his classics. — Read the rest
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Strange Ranger – “It’s You”

Strange Ranger haven’t released an album since 2019’s great Remembering The Rockets, but last year they released a single, “Needing You,” that hinted at a new sound slightly less focused on revitalizing the indie-rock of yesteryear. It seems like they’re continuing down that path with a whole new project, a just-announced mixtape called No Light In Heaven that will be out at the end of this week. Today, they’re sharing the mixtape’s closing track, “It’s You,” a collage of a whole lot of sounds t...
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Jlin – “Embryo”

The great Indiana-born producer Jlin has shared a few one-off tracks in the past couple of years, like the Adult Swim single “I Hate Being An Adult” and the posthumously released SOPHIE collab “JSLOIPNHIE.” But Jlin hasn’t released a full record of her own since 2018, when she came out with her soundtrack for the choreographer Wayne McGregor’s show Autobiography. So it’s cool to learn that Jlin has a new EP coming later this year and that its first single is a banger.
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Céline Dion cancels concerts due to ‘severe and persistent muscle spasms’

Canadian singer ‘heartbroken’ after being unable to rehearse for new concert residency in Las VegasCéline Dion has postponed the start of her latest Las Vegas concert residency, due to suffering what a statement describes as “severe and persistent muscle spasms”.The Canadian singer was due to begin the new concert series, an update of her ongoing residency entitled Céline, at the Resorts World Las Vegas venue next month, but she has been unable to rehearse due to the illness. The dates, from 5-2...
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Annie Blackman – “How”

Annie Blackman has been dropping new singles regularly all year. Last month, she shared “Glass House” and the month before that there was “Glitch.” Today, she’s back with yet another one, “How,” another gorgeous and simple and understated track. “In ‘How’ I’m lamenting the end of a relationship, somewhere between sweetness and wanting to spurn,” Blackman said. “Fantasizing about having the upper hand in a breakup is unproductive, but always hard not to do. Wistfulness is a mixed bag and this son...
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Boy Harsher – “Tower”

Boy Harsher have been making gloomy, pulsating synth music for a few years now, most recently on their 2019 full-length Careful. Today, they’re announcing a new album that also serves as a soundtrack for a short horror film that the Northampton, MA duo made called The Runner. Appropriately, the album is called The Runner (Original Soundtrack). They’re introducing the project with “Tower,” the album’s opening track and film’s introduction — it’s plodding and ominous and breaks apart into a clamor...
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Carson McHone – “Hawks Don’t Share”

Carson McHone is the newest signing to Merge Records, and she’s an interesting one. McHone is a country singer out of Austin, and her most recent album, 2018’s Carousel, was produced by Austin music scene veteran Mike McCarthy, known for his close partnership with Spoon as well as albums by …Trail Of Dead, Patty Griffin, Heartless Bastards, Lee Ann Womack, and more. It’s country through and through, but with a bit of new Merge label-mate Waxahatchee’s tendency to commingle her twang with indie r...
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Yucky Duster – “Grump”

Jon Burgerman">Yucky Duster were a band, and a pretty darn good one at that. They broke up in 2018 after releasing a self-titled album and the Duster’s Lament EP. They made wry and silly and hooky rock songs that never took themselves too seriously but still landed with pathos. And good news for Yucky Duster fans everywhere: Yucky Duster is not totally done yet.
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