Archive: September 7, 2008 - September 13, 2008

Are You Ready for Some Football? How About Some Morrissey?

As I was contemplating my NFL survivor pool pick for Week 2 (tough week!) while listening to Morrissey I remembered the most bizarre moment of last weekend -- hearing the Moz's "Everyday Is Like Sunday" used in an NFL Network ad. It's not actually Morrissey singing; it sounds like some...

By David Malitz | September 12, 2008; 2:28 PM ET | Comments (4)

Live Last Night: Thank You (a haiku)

Lurching keys -- Glurg! Beep! Rumbling, vicious drumming -- Crash! Guitars go -- Screech! Screeeeeeeeech! (Thank You on MySpace)...

By David Malitz | September 12, 2008; 12:17 PM ET | Comments (0)

Live Last Night: Silver Jews

This won't be a real review; Patrick Foster will have that for you in tomorrow's paper, and he'll say it better than and more succinctly than I ever could. This will be a little more "bloggy" than usual, but since Freedom is unable to post due to being in a...

By David Malitz | September 11, 2008; 5:34 PM ET | Comments (2)

First Dance

Food, centerpieces, invitations, location, gown/tuxedo ... those are all very important elements of a wedding that require plenty of decisions. But the decision that says the most about you as a couple is the song you choose for your first dance. So don't mess it up! To help we...

By David Malitz | September 11, 2008; 8:44 AM ET | Comments (57)

Discographically Speaking: Silver Jews

That gasping sound you may hear is me hyperventilating due to the fact that the Silver Jews are playing in D.C. tonight for the first time ever. It's very exciting, at least for Silver Jews fans. Non-fans or casual fans are unlikely to be won over by the band's live...

By David Malitz | September 10, 2008; 3:26 PM ET | Comments (3)

When Fans Attack

"What's the story, dude? (Kyle Gustafson). By now you've surely seen and read about what happened over the weekend at Virgin Festival Eh? Edition in Canada: some dude ran on stage during Oasis's's's set and pushed guitarist Noel Gallagher to the ground. It wasn't Jay-Z and it wasn't Damon...

By David Malitz | September 9, 2008; 11:26 AM ET | Comments (10)

VMAs, 140 Characters at a Time

Two things I don't know much about: Twitter and the current crop of VMA superstars. Two things there probably aren't much to know about: Twitter and the current crop of VMA superstars. So let's combine them and kill a few hours on a Sunday night. I can't believe John Norris...

By David Malitz | September 7, 2008; 8:49 PM ET | Comments (0)

 

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