- Air just released this week “Love 2”, one of the duo’s best albums yet.
- Bummer. Tickets to this year’s Glastonbury Festival got sold out in less than 24 hours when they were put on sale this week.
- Check out this video of Thom Yorke and his live super-group band premiering some new songs at their LA intimate set. If you had any doubts about the show, know it rocked!
- The Backstreet Boys caught swine flu?
- Devendra Banhart collaborated with Wu-Tang clan’s GZA for one of his upcoming singles called “Baby.” What an uncanny pairing, but I’m betting it’s gonna be interesting to say the least.
- Vampire Weekend premiers a new single titled “Horchata.”
- Rolling Stone’s favorites as headliners for the 2010 Glastonbury Festival.
- Daft Punk gets featured in Disney’s Tron remake.
- Pitchfork interviews Rivers Cuomo and discuss Weezer’s upcoming album Ratitude.
- If you’re an electronic music newb, check out Ishkur’s guide.
- Public Enemy turn to their fans as they try to raise $250,000 so that they can record their new album.
- Woooo! Elvis Presley’s grandson, who’s 17 by the way, just got a $5,000,000 record deal. WTF?
- ZME interviewed Springfactory.
- New Animal Collective album this December?
- Pavement to headline/curate ATP 2010.
- Pirate metal owns!
- So, who’s making money in the digital music business? A BBC piece.
- U2 might get their own Rock Band video game.
- Jawbox to reunite for ‘Fallon’ gig, reissue “Sweetheart.”
- New Radiohead album in 2010!
- Oasis are officially over. R.I.P :(
- We’ve talk a lot about the New Moon indie all star soundtrack in the past. Now Amazon has the O.S.T on their site and you can stream 30 secs of every track as snippets.
Various MP3s and videos posted by us this week:
[VIDEO] These United States: Everything Touches Everything
[MP3] Chromeo – ‘Night by Night’
[VIDEO] Kiss: ‘Modern Day Delilah’ (live @ David Letterman)
[VIDEO] Los Campesinos: ‘There Are Listed Buildings’
[VIDEO] Modest Mouse: ‘Whale Song’
[MP3] The Rest – “With Every Heartbeat” (Robyn cover)
[VIDEO] Fruit Bats: ‘The Ruminant Band’