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Thursday, 18 August 2011 08:43

Thursday Morning Music News: AC/DC pours the wine, Dinosaur Jr. (re)covers Neil Young and an early synth is unearthed

Thursday Morning Music News: AC/DC pours the wine, Dinosaur Jr. (re)covers Neil Young and an early synth is unearthed facebook.com/wilcohq
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Where did electronic music start? A French Barn reveals a potential answer.

Daytrotter is taking its show on the road.

Google launches music blog Magnifier.

Tyler Ramsey of Band of Horses readies third solo album.

There is still no official cause of death for Jani Lane of Warrant.

Pearl Jam sends fans on a scavenger hunt.

Think you can take Win Butler to the hoop? Prove it.

Watch a -- we have to admit it -- pretty enticing (and shredding) trailer for the forthcoming Wilco album, "The Whole Love."

Aussie band the Middle East recently released its debut album, and even more recently broke up.

KDHX's comprehensive Midwest summer festival coverage continues with reviews of Lollapalooza, photos of Kanrocksas and interviews with bands appearing at that big to-do in Forest Park.

Kiss gets axed from the Michael Jackson tribute concert. Gene Simmons has no comment, for once.

It's been a very bad summer for outdoor stages. The latest disaster struck a Sugerland performance at the Indiana State Fair.

Three teens have been arrested in the Sony warehouse fire that destroyed some 25 million discs.

Want to hear Dinosaur Jr. cover Neil Young? Now you can.

This week brought concert news of Lucinda Williams, Matthew Sweet, Dr. Dog, Jay Farrar, Chris Robinson and more, all with dates in St. Louis this fall.

Flavorwire rounds up some of the music-geekiest of blogs known to man or nerd.

AC/DC isn't back in black -- more like red, white and rosé.

Punk legends and early skull adopters Misfits will release their first album in eight years, "The Devil's Rain."

David Vandervelde shares a new song, "More Than You Can Feel."

Feist and friends take on the Velvet Underground. The always reliable 24bit has the evidence.

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