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Thursday morning music news: Spin gets bought, Fleetwood Mac gets back and Higgs boson gets recorded (sort of)

Thursday morning music news: Spin gets bought, Fleetwood Mac gets back and Higgs boson gets recorded (sort of) facebook.com/bandofhorses
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BuzzMedia is acquiring Spin Magazine. September may spell the end of the print edition.

RIP Uncle Lionel Batiste, Treme Brass Band leader.

The new Wanda Jackson album will be produced by Justin Townes Earle.

Why is Target refusing to carry the new Frank Ocean CD?

NPR looks back on 100 years of Woody Guthrie.

KDHX music writer Robin Wheeler picks her top 15 Woody Guthrie covers.

Johnny Depp and Douglas Brinkley are editing Woody's lost dust bowl novel.

Band of Horses is readying a new album for the fall. Listen to new (and quite catchy) track "Knock Knock."

Oh to have been a fly on the wall at the Montague Arms in 1989.

Spike Lee turns his attention to Michael Jackson. Documentary due out this summer.

Watch some totally amazing footage of the MC5, live in Germany in 1972.

Wait, so Chumbawumba was still together?

Read everything you wanted to know and more about the new Mountain Goats album.

What happened to the electric guitar Dylan played at Newport in 1965?

Grantland gives a whole lot of love to "Loveless."

Stevie Nicks says Fleetwood Mac will be back next year.

Gary Oldman reads from R. Kelly's Autobiography.

Radiohead plays its first gig since the death of drum tech Scott Johnson. Watch.

Who knows what the heck the Higgs boson is, but this is what it sounds like.

Souciant takes a look at the legacy of Crass Records.

Fourty-seven songs about beer on the wall Spotify.

Paint it black, very very black.

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