Thursday morning music news: Bon Iver and the Flaming Lips get fuzzy, De La Soul gets back and Earl Scruggs passes on
RIP to one of the greatest musicians ever to draw a breath: Earl Scruggs has died at the age of 88.
Behold: The complete list of Record Store Day releases.
Because of apparent bandwidth issues, Paste names only 10 Missouri bands “you should listen to now.”
Mike Skinner of the Streets talks about his new memoir.
Fact Magazine lists the 10 best and worst posthumous albums of all time.
Aussie band Jet is no more. City Pages tries to persuade you to mourn.
Download some beyond-classic ’80s-era mixes by DJ Jeff Mills.
The Quietus takes you deep inside Abbey Road Studios.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse dive into the American folk songbook.
Bobby Womack has stage one colon cancer.
De La Soul is back (sort of) as First Serve.
Flaming Lips + Bon Iver = Fuzz not for the faint of heart.
Sonic Youth’s Lee Renaldo has a sit down with PopMatters.
Together again: Snoop Dogg and Willie.
The AV Club tries to guess headliners for Lollapalooza 2012.
No guessing required: The Twangfest 16 lineup is out.
Watch a new video for a new Sigur Rós song.
Found: The lost guitar solo from George Harrison’s “Here Comes the Sun.”
“Least negative” is not exactly “most awesome,” but the music industry will take it.
There are root canals, and then there is the American Hipster YouTube Channel.