Album listened to this morning:
Jimmy Eat World Futures
Pitchfork had mentioned this recently, but MTV.com checks in with an article on . . And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead's next record.
Punknews.org has some good news about the Screeching Weasel back catalog:
Starting in February of `05, Asian Man Records will be re-releasing the out of print Screeching Weasel catalog. They'll be putting out BoogadaBoogadaBoogada, followed by My Brain Hurts, Wiggle, Anthem For A New Tomorrow, How To Make Enemies and Irritate People and finally Kill The Musicians. Word is that Asian Man will also re-release The Riverdales self-titled debut and Phase Three full lenth. All the releases will be re-mastered with new artwork new liner notes by the band members, and other extras to be announced.
Rolling Stone.com has an article about a documentary on the late-great Jeff Buckley that recently premiered in New York. By the way, Buckley's Grace recently got reissued with a remastered version of the album, a bonus disc with b-sides and unreleased songs and a DVD featuring videos and interviews. More info and tracklisting is here.
Sweet Adeline has this nice picture up on their page celebrating the release of From a Basement on the Hill.
I watched Gods and Monsters last night. Good flick: a nice character study of James Whale without being black and white about conflict. Plus, it was interesting to see "Jenkins" from the Taco Bueno commercials in a movie.
Still trying to look for my VHS copy of It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Should be in some box around the house. I just hope that I don't leave it in the VCR when I tape Sparta's performance on Letterman tonight.