Monday, February 22, 2010

Headlines! 311, Brad Hoshaw and more

It's Monday. And you know what that means, right? Oh yeah... music headlines.

Feast on music news!

311 is going to live webcast their 311 Day performance (March 11... 3-11... get it?) from Las Vegas. The marathon show typically lasts around 5 hours.

• Apparently, EMI isn't going to sell Abbey Road Studios after all.

Brad Hoshaw played in-studio over the weekend for The Daily Grind. Check it out.

• The Lollapalooza lineup was leaked (again). Looks like Green Day, Lady Gaga and Soundgarden. Also looks like I might be going back.

Paramore has a new video. If you didn't know, they're coming to town in May.

Coldplay is talking about a new album.

Lil Wayne opened up a Twitter acount. Allow me a moment to contain my excitement...

• I've never seen it, but apparently Of Montreal's live show is crazy crazy. A documentary is going to, uh, document it.

• You gotta check out this piece on mixtapes and how the cassette culture has evolved.

• Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 talks about how he prepares for the road.

The New Pornographers have a new song out. Does Neko Case ever sleep?

• Local station, 89.7 The River, announced the lineup for their annual Rockfest: Godsmack, Rob Zombie, Papa Roach, Hellyeah, Skillet, Halestorm. I have no idea who those last three are. And didn't I see Papa Roach at Rockfest about nine years ago? Pretty sure I did. Details at The River's site.

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