Holy bundles of money, Batman! iTunes made $1.4 billion this quarter! [News Article]

Lil Wayne's Tha Carter IV pushed back to June; Young Money promises free Lil Wayne pog with every copy [News Article]

The Village Voice really wants you to hang out with them over the summer at their new music festival provided you wear a bathing suit [News Article]

Mark Fell to release new LP on Editions Mego, will again sound like robot squirrels chattering away in a dusty static-storm [News Article]

The Rentals to donate all profits from new album Resilience to Japan relief. Who loves Japan? The Rentals love Japan. [News Article]

The Dirtbombs announce US tour in support of Party Store, the new album inspired by a trip to Party City [News Article]

The Avalanches, Spiritualized, Sonny Rollins, Odd Future, and more head down under for Australia's Vivid Live; put another bad joke on the barbie! [News Article]

Dead Meadow to release their Peel Sessions while John Peel is still dead [News Article]

Bert Jansch is back — with a vengeance and with Neil Young on tour [News Article]

Library of Congress adds 25 new musical recordings to the Posterity Party, including Captain Beefheart and De La Soul [News Article]

Missing a couple Blank Dogs tracks? Well, don't download 'em... buy 'em in April with his new compilation album! [News Article]

Music sales increase for fifth week in a row; record industry slump over? Yes. [News Article]

Flaming Lips/Neon Indian 12-inch collaboration out now! Now! NOW! [News Article]

Want a new record from Sleepingdog? Well, if you ever do, they have one coming out! [News Article]

What's black and white and goes on national tours? The Thermals! [News Article]

Wyclef Jean shot in Haiti, not seriously injured, will write a song about it [News Article]

120 Minutes, Matt Pinfield, and music videos return to television; see, America? MTV does care about music [News Article]

Maritime to release Human Hearts in April; many fans concerned over band-led heart theft in recent months [News Article]

Earth take over Mexico, followed by Europe and North America... just like Salma Hayek did [News Article]

SMiLE, lost Beach Boys classic, being prepped for first official release, includes download code for one free nervous breakdown [News Article]