Thursday Morning Music News: The Cranberries plant ‘Roses,’ Skrillex meets the Doors, and Kanye and Tom Morello occupy different streets
What do Jarvis Cocker and T.S. Eliot have in common? Editorial positions at Faber & Faber.
Behold the lineup for Moogfest 2011.
RIP Mikey Welsh, bassist for Weezer.
Experience the epic train wreck of LA Weekly attempting to interview Ryan Adams.
Pianist Roger Williams, who performed for no less than nine US presidents, has passed away.
Spotify has notched some 2 million subscribers but it’s a long way from turning a profit.
The Cranberries haven’t released an album in 11 years. Valentine’s Day 2012 will put a stop to that.
Jens Lekman debuted a new song in Chicago. Watch.
Wilco hangs out on a stoop in New York and talks about stuff.
Christmas comes early for Black Keys fans: The Danger Mouse-produced “El Camino” is due out December 6.
Skrillex has hooked up with the surviving members of the Doors.
Pitchfork already had a music festival in Chicago. Now they’ve got one in New York.
Billboard has the scoop on forthcoming Flaming Lips’ Record Store Day release.
NPR is streaming new albums by Future Islands, My Brightest Diamond, Joe Henry and Real Estate.
Paste rates the 20 most underrated bass guitarists.
The New Record (Beta) features free, legal MP3s from a bunch of indie labels.
It’s safe to say that Kanye West will be the only dude to occupy Wall Street in Givenchy.
In contrast, Tom Morello sings “This Land Is Your Land” at #occupyLA. Watch.
NME shares a new track by Kurt Vile.
Jon Brion is set to produce the next Best Coast album.
Tom Petty is still fighting the good fight.