Manics Release Details Of New Album

'Journal For Plague Lovers' track-listing is released and set to feature lyrics by missing guitarist Richey James Edwards. - Source

Arcade Fire Soundtrack Awesome Where The Wild Things Are Trailer

Spike Jonze + Arcade Fire + Nostalgia + Magic + Monsters + Snowballs + Scribble Font + Shouting Off A Cliff = this thing looks scientifically designed to fuck up hipsters' shit. Get your mind blown at Videogum. - Source

Cut Copy, Matt and Kim @ 9:30 Club | DC

I made my way down to D.C. Monday night to catch this stop of the tour at the medium-sized but intimate 9:30 Club. Matt and Kim played an exuberant set to an adoring crowd, while Cut Copy ripped through a sugar-rush of selections from their two albums and urged the audience to dance even harder. - Source

Spandau Ballet announce details of reunion tour

Spandau Ballet have announced details of their UK and Irish reunion tour. - Source

Gomez, A New Tide

Surfing confidently back into our consciousness on a new tide. - Source

For The Record - An Interview With Graham Coxon

When I heard Graham Coxon was playing the Levi's/FADER Fort, I knew he was someone I had to interview. Besides having a new solo album set to drop in May, he's touring with Pete Doherty and getting back together with this little band called Blur too. All were up for discussion on this warm, first day of Spring in Austin, Texas. - Source

Meat Puppets announce US tour dates

Meat Puppets have announced details of a US tour to support the release of their brand new album - Source

Gorillaz Documentary Screened Tonight @ Soho Apple Store, Premieres Online April 20

The highly anticipated Gorillaz documentary Bananaz, set for a global online premiere April 20 through Babelgum, will be screened tonight at the New York Soho Apple Store followed by a Q & A session with director Ceri Levy. - Source

Acts "Now Earn More Money From Live Performance"

A report claims that making records no longer pays the bills... - Source

Stone Roses Reunion Looking Likely

If seeing Mani with Primal Scream won't cut it, apparently John Squire finally got Ian Brown to "sign on the dotted line" for 21 dates in the UK and USA this summer. Always hearing these rumors, but let's hope this is the one. - Source