Daphne Carr, who was overseeing "Best Music Writing," has gone AWOL. Ditto for the $17K in Kickstarter funds raised for the series.
Hamilton Leithauser of the Walkmen is making a record with dudes from Vampire Weekend, the Shins and Fleet Foxes.
Aww, hell, everybody else is sharing it: Librarians do "Sabotage."
Resident Advisor looks at the history of the Technics 1200.
Boards of Canada back catalog to get the Warp Records treatment.
The LA Weekly connects the dots between Latinos and rockabilly.
Tegan and Sara and Taylor Swift. Watch.
Another track from MIA's new, "difficult" album has leaked. Listen.
Music mogul Sid Bernstein has died at the age of 95.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports on the final lineup for that Replacements reunion.
Dissolve looks at the interconnections between film and music in the career of Neil Young.
Billboard reports on Aretha Franklin's comeback road.
Peter Cooper surveys the career of the late Cowboy Jack Clement.
You probably don't know what the hell "neon," "boogie" or "maximalism" are either but Dummy is here to help us.
Nirvana's original Sub Pop contract: "Six hundred bucks well spent -- not that we had it at the time."
Outlaw country icon Tompall Glaser has passed away.
The Quietus interviews Elvis Costello.
Guilty conscience much? Robin Thicke files suit against Marvin Gaye's estate.
Neko Case wants you to help save sheltered animals.
Will Sheff of Okkervil River wants you to help save 8-bit video games.