Thursday morning music news: Bonnaroo lineup goes live, Public Image Ltd revives and Dory Previn, Jimmy Sabater and Whitney Houston pass on
Sony says price gouging in the wake of Whitney Houston’s death was a “mistake.”
Houston’s cause of death is still officially “unknown.”
Diamanda Galás fingers Clive Davis.
Did social media save the Grammys? The Record thinks so.
The always excellent Jeff Weiss thinks nothing can save the Grammys.
The week in St. Louis concert announcements includes dates from Ray Wylie Hubbard, Dave Matthews Band, New Edition, Mayer Hawthorne, Béla Fleck and Don Williams.
Songwriter and singer Dory Previn has died at the age of 86.
Is there a science to a good, sad song? The Wall Street Journal makes the case.
The Bonnaroo lineup is out.
Chuck Klosterman reviews the new Van Halen album.
Need more music apps in your life? What, are you as crazy as the Next Web?
Stand-up comic Marc Maron lists his favorite songs at Pop & Hiss.
When it comes to clothes, Iggy Pop may be best known for not wearing any. This fact did not stop this Vice interview.
The A.V. Club is streaming the new album by Damien Jurado.
Gibson lists its favorite 10 mad geniuses of music.
Band reunions don’t have to suck. L Magazine offers up the evidence.
NPR is streaming new albums by Sinéad O’Connor, Grimes and Lambchop.
Wondering what this whole techno noise underground thing is all about? Resident Advisor takes you there.
Latin soul great, Jimmy Sabater, has passed away.
The Quietus gives a sneak preview of “Voguing and the House Ballroom Scene of New York City 1989-92.”
You may not have noticed, but Spotify Mobile has bumped up its bitrate.
Who is Ellen Fitton and why should you care? She remastered Motown.