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Watch Mitski debut new songs at acoustic Mexico City show
Mitski premiered a host of new songs from her forthcoming new album ‘The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We’ in Mexico City last night (September 11).The singer-songwriter performed her new LP in full ahead of its release this Friday (September 15) at the Teatro De La Ciudad with two accompanying musicians, an acoustic guitarist and a stand-up bassist.Tracks showcased from the new record included the likes of ‘Bug Like An Angel’, ‘I Don’t Like My Mind’, ‘The Deal’, ‘When Memories Show’, ‘My Love Mine All Mine’ and ‘The Frost’.You can view a host of the performances below.Mitski played:‘Bug Like An Angel’‘Heaven’‘I Don’t Like My Mind’‘Buffalo Replaced’‘The Deal’‘When Memories Snow’‘My Love Mine All Mine’ ‘The Frost’‘Star’‘I’m Your Man’‘I Love Me After You’ ‘Francis Forever’‘I Bet On Losing Dogs‘Love Me More’‘A Pearl’‘A Burning Hill’Her next show will be at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on September 20 before she performs at New York’s Town Hall (September 26) before ending her North American run at the Trinity Church in Toronto, Canada (September 29).
Brian May and Roger Taylor announce line-up and tour dates for ‘official tribute band’ Queen Extravaganza
Brian May and Roger Taylor have confirmed the line-up of their ‘official tribute band’ Queen Extravaganza and announced a run of tour dates for 2024.Queen Extravaganza has been touring together for over a decade and features a line-up that was hand-picked by May and Taylor to perform their music.May and Taylor have now confirmed that the line-up for next year’s tour includes Nick Radcliffe on guitar, François-Olivier Doyon on bass, George Farrar on drums and Alirio Netto and Gareth Taylor on vocals.You can see the full list of 2024 dates below and buy your tickets here.FEBRUARY26 – Wolverhampton, Civic Hall27 – Bradford, St George’s Hall28 – Newcastle, O2 City HallMARCH1 – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo2 – Derby, Arena4 – Swansea, Arena5 – Bristol, Beacon6 – London, Eventim Apollo8 – Stockton, Globe9 – Manchester, O2 Apollo10 – Oxford, New Theatre12 – Eastbourne, Congress Theatre13 – Ipswich, Regent Theatre15 – Plymouth, Pavilion16 – Bournemouth, International Centre 17 – Truro, Hall For Cornwall19 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre21 – Belfast, Waterfront HallMeanwhile, in other Queen news, an auction took place earlier this week saw over 1,400 of Freddie Mercury’s personal possessions sold off, which May admitted was “too sad” to think about.The auction saw handwritten lyrics for some of Queen’s most famous songs, jewellery worn by Mercury, and his collection of artwork go under the hammer.In a social media post, May said of the action: “Freddie’s most intimate personal effects, and writings that were part of what we shared for so many years, will go under the hammer, to be knocked down to the highest bidder and dispersed forever.“I can’t look.
Quentin Tarantino has reportedly cast a new leading man
Quentin Tarantino has offered Paul Walter Hauser the lead role in his next film The Movie Critic, according to reports.As reported by Hollywood insider Daniel Richtman (via World Of Reel), Hauser is said to have been offered the lead role prior to the Hollywood actors’ strike – which has halted development on the project.It’s believed Hauser is lined up to play fictional film critic Jim Sheldon, who is speculated to be based on William Margold – a real life critic who Tarantino described in his book Cinema Speculation as the “first-string film critic for the sex rag the Hollywood Press”.Tarantino has reportedly been writing under the pseudonym of Jim Sheldon on the New Beverly Cinema website, where the pen name is described as writing for the Hollywood Press.Hauser is best known for supporting roles in I, Tonya, BlacKkKlansman, Late Night, Da 5 Bloods and Cruella. He also played the title character in Clint Eastwood’s 2019 film Richard Jewell.Most recently, he won a Golden Globe for his performance as suspected serial killer Larry Hall in the 2022 Apple TV+ miniseries Black Bird, opposite Taron Egerton.Speaking to Deadline earlier this year about The Movie Critic, Tarantino said the project – set in Southern California in 1977 – would be based on a real-life critic for a porno magazine.“He wrote about mainstream movies and he was the second-string critic,” the director said.