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News Roundup: Daft Punk in Tron, Venom movie, Doctor Who’s New Logo, Glenn Beck vs. Muse, and More

Oct 08, 2009

Our News Roundup briefly reports on various entertainment news stories that are circulating the web. Slumberland Records celebrates 20 years. The Love Language, Miles Kurosky, and Efterklang all sign to new labels. Glenn Beck jokes about liking Muse. Ulrich Schnauss says Guns N'Roses ripped him off. Trans AM announces a new live album/DVD. Gary Ross is writing (and possibly directing) the Spider-Man spin-off movie Venom. Daft Punk will appear in Tron Legacy. And a new Doctor Who logo has been revealed. More

Magnolia Electric Co.‘s Molina and Centro-matic’s Johnson Collaborate

Oct 08, 2009

Molina and Johnson is the new collaboration between Jason Molina and Will Johnson, the American folk mavens behind Magnolia Electric Co. and Centro-Matic respectively. (What an original name!) The roots-rock fan's wet dream collaboration have a self-titled debut album coming out November 3rd, via Secretly Canadian. More

Animal Collective to Release “Brothersport” Single

Oct 08, 2009

The word is still out on that inscrutable Fall Be Kind release we reported about yesterday, but on November 8th, we will certainly be hearing a new single from the Animal Collective camp. More

Radiohead Recording New Album This Winter

Oct 08, 2009

Anytime Radiohead sneezes the RSS feeds light up and the aggregators work faster than Speedy Gonzales. Today is no exception folks. This past summer, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke gave a rare and rather protracted interview to The Believer, in which he crushed fans' hopes for a quick follow-up to 2008's In Ranbows. Turns out, guitarist Ed O'Brien is renigging on his bandmate's promise. More

Massive Attaack Prep Burial Remix Album

Oct 08, 2009

Massive Attack's influence runs deep and dubstep is just one branch on trip hop's family tree. If we're still running with this tree metaphor, the deeply rhythmic dubstep boardsman Burial is a ripe fruit that's always ready to be devoured and Massive Attack is a stable taproot. The dark soundscapers' worlds will soon merge according to an interview Massive Attack's Daddy G conducted with ClashMusic. More

New Animal Collective Record In December?

Oct 08, 2009

This is strictly rumor at this point, but Animal Collective just might finish off a banner year with yet another new release. More

LCD Soundsystem Cover Suicide’s Alan Vega on New Single

Oct 07, 2009

On November 7th, the people behind the very popular Record Store Day will host another Vinyl Saturday, a smaller version of their sister event during which you'll be able to grab a ton of free swag from your local independent vinyl shop, if you wake up early enough. Among other exclusive releases one stands above the rest: a new disco/punk/house single from LCD Soundsystem. More

Pavement to Curate and Headline ATP In May

Oct 07, 2009

Last month, we reported about Pavement reuniting and the ensuing cascades of indie joy thereafter. Now we have more good news to relay to you. The indie rock group of the '90s will curate and headline one of next year's All Tomorrow's Parties weekends in Minehead, England, from May 14th through 16th. More

Animal Collective Set to Reissue Campfire Songs

Oct 07, 2009

Animal Collective dwell in a very different sonic landscape than the one they occupied in 2003. It's crazy to think these guys were once tagged as "freak folk." That year they were following up their promising 2000 debut, Spirit They're Gone, Spirit They've Vanished and 2001's dance/electronica sophomore release, Danse Manatee with the five-track suite, Campfire Songs. More