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Thursday, 25 April 2013 08:15

Thursday morning music news: The National stretches out, Brian Eno seeks a sonic cure and Richie Havens and Scott Miller pass on

Thursday morning music news: The National stretches out, Brian Eno seeks a sonic cure and Richie Havens and Scott Miller pass on facebook.com/thenationalofficial
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Soul-folk legend Richie Havens has died at the age of 72.

Flying Lotus meets Aqua Teen Hunger Force.

Discover some amazing Persian pop music courtesy of Dangerous Minds.

Scott Miller, of the bands Loud Family and Game Theory, as died at the age of 53.

Danny Boyle talks to WNYC about music and filmmaking.

The Rascals really should get back together.

Grooveshark CEO Sam Tarantino says, "I'm broke." World says, "What took you so long?"

Diplo dishes on EDM, DJs with "the same Dutch haircut" and more at the Huffington Post.

Rhetorical question alert: Who wouldn't want to hear the National play the same song for six hours straight?

Zooey Deschanel, terrorism and the perils of closed captioning.

When it comes to a new Stones album, Mick and Keith aren't exactly on the same page.

RIP P-Funk bassist Boogie Mosson.

Steve Buscemi searches for Vampire Weekend. Watch.

WFMU launches the "Reevitalize Music Contest."

The interactive iTunes timeline thing looks pretty neat.

Vinyl collectors, bow down before Music Man Murray.

Chrissy Amphlett of Aussie band Divinyls has died at the age of 53.

Brian Eno brings music therapy to a hospital not so near you.

Ann Powers writes about the new tribute album to Nick Drake. Listen to Teddy Thompson, Krystle Warren and Lisa Hannigan's contributions.

Well played, Stephen Colbert.

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