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Nov 28 Bob Mould And Margaret Cho Are Busking In San Francisco To Help The Homeless
Comedian Margaret Cho is taking action, she will be busking all over San Francisco in the following weeks as part of a campaign to feed the homeless, and on Wednesday, she got some help from Bob Mould!
Posted 28 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 28 “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ Reviewed
I don’t expect a sci fi dystopia to have much reality as such, but I do expect it to have an internal reality and this has none, hell “The Giver” was better. No dialogue, no action, no beauty, so surprises (except in the enormous, plot driven mistakes being made), Vivian Leigh is doing cartwheels.
Posted 28 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 28 Hear, My Friends: JJ McCabe’s Five Songs
You may remember my friend JJ McCabe from last year’s JJ McCabe And Fallen Angel power pop masterstroke Presenting. Surely the best of the genre (just give another listen to the horns on “Gimme More” and the guitar on “Uuu”) in 2013 and well worth checking out, so I guess the two Beatles tracks aren’t a shocker at all on the . Ice JJ Fish on the other hand…
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Nov 28 Bridgetown Records Fall Releases 2014
For seven years Kevin has managed to keep Bridgetown Records running, quite an achievement in itself, time to support the guy with your hard earned bread. Or you can just stream it on his website here. So now instead of whining, now it’s your turn here to support the arts.
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Nov 28 Watch And Play With Coldplay’s New Interactive Video For ‘Ink’
I tried once, but it was rather dull, I am not a video-adventure-game person, but this guy running after his lost love wasn’t the most exciting thing I have seen, it was cute like a Disney cartoon can be cute, and may be I am too old for this?
Posted 28 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 28 Rye Coalition’s Hard Luck Story Comes To DVD
Maybe ten years ago, I had a good friend (can’t remember her name) who was dating one of the members of Rye Coalition and invited me to have lunch with him and we sat around for a coupla hours where he old me he story of this quasi Led Zep metal punk bands rise and fall.
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Nov 28 rock nyc Top 10 Songs Week Of November 24th, 2014
Wow, here is something we shoulda given thanks for, Simple Minds and Susan Said both big at the top, one of 1D’s greatest moment, Eminem testifying, Homeboy Sandman art rapping, Selena heartbroken, and Marshall Crenshaw still knocking em out of the park.
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Nov 28 10 Songs: Friday, November 28th, 2014
Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars – An amazing simulation of soul and funk and James Brown, unyielding replication of what it means to have funkadelia in your soul but so what if it isn’t the real thing, it still sounds good – B+
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Nov 27 On Thanksgiving: Thank God It’s Them Instead Of You
But like Bono sang once: Thank God it’s them instead of you and what you wanna do is take pleasure in your good luck. You won the world lottery, stop whinging and get stuffed. Look at it this way: it is your responsibility to give Thanks by enjoying what you’re giving thanks for.
Posted 27 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 27 Kurt Cobain, Subject Of A New Documentary, Produced By His Daughter
This sounds quite amazing and the most astonishing part is the name of Frances Bean Cobain, as the executive producer. Brett Morgen, who also directed ‘The Kid Stays in the Picture’, will write, direct and produce the documentary, and so far Courtney Love’s name is not associated with it, which could be the best part of the whole story
Posted 27 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 27 Joni Mitchell Said She Squelched The Taylor Swift Biopic
Of course everyone interprets this sentence as if she was dissing Taylor Swift, the girl with high cheekbones, but it is really more a rejection of the movie than the young pop star! Still, she could have been a bit nicer? A bit warmer?
Posted 27 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 27 Happy Thanksgiving, Morrissey: Remember Him, Forget His fate
Now that I’ve finished plagiarizing Gigwise, here is the great German he is referring to the late great Klaus Nomi, who I met maybe three times and was very strange and then I saw him with Bowie on SNL and was sick with jealousy. And the stage attack by Moz
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Nov 27 Singles Going Steady: New Singles Reviewed Week Of November 24th, 2014
Home – Naughty Boy, Sam Evans – Woah, a little early for Sam Smith homages though Naughty Boy is one of the first of the Rudimental-Disclosure school of EDM pop songs out of the gate – B+
Posted 27 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 27 US Top 10 Albums 12-6-14
Four is the fourth # 1 by 1D and the last by the old system where Billboard only used sales (Alyson Camus wrote about it here) and it could be worse: sold nearly 400K and a good album. Every 16500 streams equals one album as far as Billboard goes and you can do the math but it comes to $0.015 per stream, Spotify pays $0.06
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Nov 27 US Top 10 Singles 12-6-14
Let’s be clear, “Blank Space” has made a superstar even bigger, simply the greatest pop star around today: it crosses over every boundary, it is the epitome of a master pop song. It isn’t a question of if you don’t like it to each there own, it is a matter of if you don’t like it you have something missing in your pop genes and hereby banned from commenting on modern music.
Posted 27 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment

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Posts Tagged ‘Upcoming Concerts 2013’

Active Viewin': Concert Picks For Week Of September 23rd, 2013

you can still feel it all over

Sure, you’ll be a 100 miles away and sure you will have to sit through the dreaded Alicia Keys and almost as dreaded John Mayer to get there, but IT IS LITTLE STEVIE WONDER and any chance to see this great songwriter, one of the greatest of all times, must be seized with both hands and cherished. I’ve seen him a number of times and it has never come within a million miles of disappointing me.  On Saturday (which is good) but at the Great Lawn of Central Park is not ideal (Radio City was ideal) but this is a huge gig. A must see. It is a benefit so go to globalfestival.com and figure it out for yourself.

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Gigs, Man – The Del Lords Return This October

The rock and roll band of the moment return to New York

Early last summer, I had the wise guy idea of going to see Buddy Guy and the Del Lords on the same night. The mathematics was simply Buddy at 8pm, Del Lords, last of three bands, at 1030p. Makes sense, right? Nope, I missed all of the Del Lords gig, they went on second not third, except for the final five minutes of Neil Young’s “Southern Pacific”

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An Evening with Falling In Reverse

Please Radke Dont Hurt Um

Let me bring

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