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Thursday morning music news: Bon Iver and the Flaming Lips get fuzzy, De La Soul gets back and Earl Scruggs passes on

Thursday morning music news: Bon Iver and the Flaming Lips get fuzzy, De La Soul gets back and Earl Scruggs passes on flickr.com/photos/prawnpie/49255406 / Volker Neumann
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RIP to one of the greatest musicians ever to draw a breath: Earl Scruggs has died at the age of 88.

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