The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger announce tour of the States; still have terrible name [News Article]

New album from Parts & Labor out in March; bill in the mail, including delivery fees [News Article]

Lights out, Cliffie Swan on — Brooklyn's Lights change their name [News Article]

Bhang bhang, Dum Dum Girls aren't complete burnouts; plan spring tour and new EP [News Article]

Bright Eyes announce new album for February — truly their last? [News Article]

Sufjan Stevens tribute album for breast cancer, involving not Sufjan Stevens but Bonnie 'Prince' Billy [News Article]

Love letter from Christopher Owens, re: Broken Dreams Club out soon from Girls on True Panther Sounds [News Article]

Tribute to Joanna Newsom out in December for Oxfam International; M. Ward, Owen Pallett, and Billy Bragg lend a voice [News Article]

Beach House continue to bounce around the world, come back in February for more shows before waking up from Teen Dream [News Article]

The Twilight Singers announce new LP out in 2011, getting a leg up over the next Twilight installment [News Article]

Somebody somewhere's really rich — this year's SXSW raked in big bucks [News Article]

Best Coast and Wavves hold hands and sing about sunny days as they tour together through the cold ones [News Article]

Ducktails announce date for third full-length album, Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics, not unlike his previous two [News Article]

Jens Lekman plays Los Angeles, Brooklyn in December; happy holidays to West + East coasts, but screw the Midwest [News Article]

Bert Jansch is back on his feet and back on tour, announces December dates in the US [News Article]

FatCat adds Mazes to roster, announces vague details about a debut [News Article]

Swans are old, but not dead yet; add more tourdates [News Article]

Something old, something new: The Mountain Goats compose score for screening of silent film Sir Arne's Treasure [News Article]

White Hills cancel European tourdates; new EP's title Stolen Stars Left For No One more telling than once thought [News Article]

The Sad Fruit Eats Sappy Suckers: Modest Mouse reissue two pivotal EPs recorded in the 90s [News Article]