-- Neumos: If you haven't seen Seattle's Pearly Gate Music yet, this is the time to do it. Zach Tillman and Co. have booked Neumos for Monday, July 19.
-- MAN SHOW! Adam Carolla is coming to the Moore on Friday, September 10. Tickets are $30 to $50 and go on sale Friday via. LiveNation.com.
-- Pitchfork: Onetime Seattleite David Karsten Daniels scores a 7.5 for his new album, I Mean to Live Here Still. "Daniels is still working his way through some equivocation between art music and folk music, but this is the closest he's come yet to sealing the seams."
-- DoobieBrothers.com: Before they drop their new album, World Gone Crazy, on September 28, the Doobs are playing a pair of Washington dates: August 19 at the Southwest Washington County Fairground in Chehalis; August 26 at Marymoor Park in Redmond.
-- NPR Music: Hear a full stream of The Books' new album, The Way Out.
-- Rolling Stone: Pink Floyd's David Gilmore and Roger Waters performed a surprise, four-song reunion set in England on Saturday. It was their first collaboration since Live 8 in 2005. Waters will perform the classic Floyd album, The Wall, at the Tacoma Dome on December 11.