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by Jessy Krupa

21 Apr 2011


TV schedules were packed with holiday specials as newsworthy events happened behind-the-scenes.

Months after NBC canceled The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien O’Brien returned to late night television with his new TBS show, Conan.

 

by Tara Murtha

20 Apr 2011


Shaking Through, a collaboration between WXPN and Philadelphia-based non-profit Weathervane Music, just released the latest edition to their ongoing experiment toward cutting through the noise in post-music industry world, “Borrowed Heart” by Hezekiah Jones. Hezekiah Jones is an ever-changing cast of musicians threading glistening strings and banging percussion through songs written by Philly neo-folk anchor Raphael Cutrufello. “Borrowed Heart” is the ensemble’s latest tune and may be included on an upcoming album. As usual, the Shaking Through session entails both a single produced by Brian McTear at his Miner Street studio and an accompanying mini documentary video.

The song can be downloaded at www.shakingthrough.com/HezekiahJones.

by William Carl Ferleman

20 Apr 2011


In addition to common PR moves, Denmark’s the Raveonettes have chosen to promote their lastest record, Raven in the Grave, by releasing a series of short films. The Raveonettes—Sharin Foo and Sune Rose Wagner—are at present on tour in the United States.

by Jessy Krupa

20 Apr 2011


After years of lawsuits and legal red tape, the music of the Beatles finally became available on iTunes. “Here Comes the Sun” and “Something” were their most downloaded MP3s, while Abbey Road, which features those songs, became their most downloaded album. 

 

by R. N. Bradley

20 Apr 2011


NBC’s new show The Voice premiering this Tuesday, 26 April, features celebrity judge Cee-Lo Green. I must confess: while I thoroughly enjoy Cee-Lo’s present, I thoroughly miss his Goodie Mob and Dungeon Family past. What few people realize or, dare I say, remember, is the lethal lyricist that currently lies dormant beneath that peacock feathered vest as Cee-Lo Goodie.

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"Virginia manages to have an exposition dump without wordy exposition.

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