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From NME.com

Dum Dum Girls cover The Smiths on Raveonettes-produced EP

Dum Dum Girls have reinterpreted The Smiths' classic 'There Is A Light That Never Goes Out' on their new EP.

Released on February 28, the four-track 'He Gets Me High' EP was produced by frontwoman Dee Dee alongside Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes, plus 1960s songwriter and Sire Records co-founder Richard Gottehrer.



More details including a link to the cover on YouTube in the forum thread:

Dum Dum Girls to release ep including cover of "There is a Light that Never Goes Out"

Related item: Dum Dum Girls announce "There Is A Light..." cover on new EP - Nov. 26, 2010
Link / excerpt first posted at somedizzywhore.com:

Teenage Dreams: Sarah Bolger on her surprising religious side - The Independent

Excerpt:

Bolger is open and natural to talk to. She says "pardon me" quite a lot, and it is endearing. She is 19-going-on-40 some moments, and just a teenager the next moment: when she is asking for a Pepsi at the bar and talking about her dog and saying how much she loves music. Her favourite band is The Smiths. Her favourite Smiths' song is There Is A Light That Never Goes Out. "And if a 10-ton truck kills the both of us,/To die by your side,/Well, the pleasure, the privilege is mine," she sings.

"I love the romanticism of it," she explains. "I am a...​
Last Thursday (02/03/11) on NBC's tv programe Parks & Recreation, there was a scene between Chris Pratt ("Andy") and Aubrey Plaza's ("April'') Guatemalan boyfriend who was listening to his Ipod, when "Andy" asked what he was listening, he responded The Smiths!! he then was asked to join "Andy's" band "Mouse Rat" very funny.


The dialogue:

Andy: What are you listening to?
Eduardo: The Smiths ... very depressing.
Andy: April's making you listen to that? She's really into that indie stuff. I'm more of a Dave Matthews guy myself.​


www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni5DJEuuwr0

Edwyn Collins feat. Boz Boorer on keyboards and saxophone live on the late night show "Harald Schmidt" in Cologne on first progamme of German TV "Das Erste" on February 10th 2011.

www.daserste.de/haraldschmidt


Related item: Boz Boorer touring with Edwyn Collins (UK & Europe, Nov. / Dec. 2010)
Salvatore Bono, blogger with The Huffington Post, has conducted a low-yield if affable interview with Andy Rourke:

Catching Up With Andy Rourke of The Smiths

- When it comes to icons of the indie world, none are bigger and get more credit than The Smiths. During their time together from 1982-1987, the band transformed the decade's musical scene with their swagger, style and sound. Today, decades later, their music continues to do the same. The band has not played together since their famous split, and fans have waited for them to reunite through famous feuds and fights, though it looks as if it may never happen.
In the song We dance to yesterday.
I'm a big fan of Hawksley, but this song is not my cup of tea.

Acoustic version :

(go to 1:20)
El Paso, Texas, Moz fans take over Club Dedo, 204 Rio Grande, Thursday, February 10, from 9 p.m.-2 a.m. for "UNLOVABLE"- an anti-Valentine's Day night. Dance your legs to the knees to plenty of Smiths/Morrissey tunes or drink and be ill while watching "Casablanca" and "Pretty In Pink." Drink specials and broken heart candies while they last. No Cover!
Previously unseen shots by Nadav Kander. Taken last August and originally intended to accompany 'The Guardian' interview, until Morrissey knocked them back in favour of the Jake Walters' shots.

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Link to Nadav Kander site from Kewpie, links to large photos from Fuzzy.