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The greatest gift of all: Frank Ocean announces new album, tourdates [News Article]

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Samsung music download service debuts, challenges iTunes with big ol' catalog [News Article]

Balam Acab and Mogwai unite for crazysexymystical US tour [News Article]

The Melvins attempt to break Guinness World Tour Record, appear on Fox News as sludge correspondents [News Article]

Julianna Barwick and Helado Negro create summer madness with new group OMBRE [News Article]

Giorgio Moroder and Daft Punk team up to make disco/helmet dreams come true [News Article]

Neon Indian wants to make beautiful music with you and your PAL, announces contest that's way less racy than it sounds [News Article]

Ariel Pink, Sun Araw, Nite Jewel, White Magic, Dntel, and more covering Faust, Can, other krautrock klassix in L.A. [News Article]

How to Dress Well announces new album Total Loss, nervously anticipates Tim Gunn's evaluation [News Article]

Ain't no party like a dabke party: Mark Gergis' Sham Palace releases Dabke: Sounds of the Syrian Houran comp [News Article]

Awesome band returns after lengthy hiatus with new album, world tour: Dead Can Dance edition [News Article]

Diplo wants you to Express Yourself on bangin'/spankin' new EP [News Article]

Lawrence Arabia's new album The Sparrow takes flight in late July [News Article]

Dylan Ettinger tours the United States; somewhere, a baby bird learns to fly [News Article]

Pygmalion Fest brings double headliners Grizzly Bear and Dinosaur Jr. to Champaign-Urbana, home of the Drinking Illini [News Article]

Radiohead producer and general lurking figure Nigel Godrich forms his own band Ultraísta [News Article]

Björk bows out of Primavera fests on doctor's orders [News Article]

How to Dress Well sails off on summer's smoothest tour... holding a suitcase full of XXL JNCOs [News Article]