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Thursday, 12 April 2012 09:38

Thursday morning music news: Scarlett Johansson meets Massive Attack, Sony downsizes and Jim Marshall passes on

Thursday morning music news: Scarlett Johansson meets Massive Attack, Sony downsizes and Jim Marshall passes on
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Rock music just got a whole lot less loud. RIP Jim Marshall of Marshall amps.

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Drowned in Sound picks the best music videos of the year, so far.

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Listen to First Aid Kit's session on the Current.

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Maybe women really are making the best punk rock.

GQ scores a sit-down with James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem.

How Skrillex took over the world.

Gulp. Sony cuts 10,000 jobs.

Amazing theremin player and composer, Barbara Buchholz, has passed away.

The DBTs are in "a little bit of a hiatus period." Patterson Hood explains.

Lollapalooza lineup is out. Team VVM disagrees.

Todd Rundgren talks songwriting and "studio trickery" with the A.V. Club.

It's about time Atticus Finch had a mixtape.

Is ambient electro Scarlett Johansson's destiny? You decide.

The audience for online radio is way up.

Fender 1959 vs. 2012.

Producer Butch Vig chats about Garbage and Nirvana.

NPR is streaming forthcoming albums by Horse Feathers, Spiritualized and Sidi Touré.

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There really will be a new My Bloody Valentine album. Kevin Shields says so.

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