Blackest Ever Black release Bremen's Second Launch; back me up on this guys, space is terrifying, yes? [News Article]

The Clean's Anthology gets reissued by Merge on quadruple vinyl... the album won't stop multiplying! [News Article]

America's largest vinyl pressing company adds second location; rock & roll vinyl set to spread like a cool plague across the land [News Article]

Sub Pop Festival lands in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile to bring rockin' tunes and roundtable Game of Thrones discussions to the Southern Hemisphere [News Article]

Record Store Day boosts vinyl sales 2,000%; record store clerks ask if they can go get coffee now [News Article]

Pure Ground gettin' all analog up in Europe on first-ever overseas tour, celebrating Chondritic Sound LP [News Article]

King Dude releasing new album in May, joining Ghost for tour of every House of Blues in America [News Article]

Outside Lands brings Kanye, The Flaming Lips, Spoon, Tom Petty, and copious amounts of local cheese together at last [News Article]

How to Dress Well wants to hold you and feed you vodka as you wistfully yearn to the soft strains of his new album [News Article]

Donnie & Joe Emerson return from the past with another batch of lost songs; oh BABY! [News Article]

The Haxan Cloak emerges from the murkiest depths of London for assorted US tour dates [News Article]

Mexican Summer reviving reissue imprint Anthology Recordings, and it's about to get physical, physical [News Article]

Hyperdub releasing four new compilations, throwing parties way cooler than whatever you did for your 10th birthday [News Article]

M.I.A. and A$AP Ferg hit the road together; no word on Julian Assange guest verses [News Article]

Attention North Americans: like Santa and the Easter Bunny, New Order comes but once a year [News Article]

America breathes a collective sigh of relief as full Record Store Day release list is finally unveiled [News Article]

Kate Bush emerges from mystical lair to play first dates in 35 years [News Article]

Forecastle Fest has Outkast, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, tUnE-yArDs, The Replacements, Spoon, and a shit ton of bourbon [News Article]

Yann Tiersen, new most interesting person alive, drops an album on May 20 via Mute [News Article]

Red Bull Music Academy purchases New York City, hosts 15 shows in May: Panda Bear, Autre Ne Veut, Wolf Eyes, Lucrecia Dalt, Lit City Trax, many more [News Article]