Your post-Pitchfork Music Festival recap…
July 18th, 2011 in
While some of you were getting your chill waves on scorching in Chi-city (expect our complete report in the coming hours), new singles from Blink-182 and Red Hot Chili Peppers were leaking, Rilo Kiley were announcing their demise, and we were writing more stories about Radiohead than there are suitable replacements for the word “blow job.” Confused? Well, the post-Pitchfork Music Festival recap is yours to check out below:
– The Top 10 mp3s of the week.
– Rilo Kiley are still broken up.
– The Black Keys are already done with their next album.
– Help Stephen Malkmus find a better word than “blow job.”
– Stream Nathan Fake and Mark Pritchard’s King of Limbs remixes.
– James Murphy and Reggie Watts could be teaming up for a new single.
– Lil Wayne‘s long-delayed Tha Carter IV may have finally found itself a release date.
– Inspired by their recent work with Clive Deamer, we detailed Radiohead‘s collaborative history.
– Check out Blink-182′s first song in a half decade, “Up All Night”. It’s off their new album Neighborhoods.
– Also check out “The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie”, the first single from Red Hot Chili Peppers’ 10th LP I’m With You.
– Remember Radiohead‘s surprise Glastonbury performance? It can now be viewed in a multi-angle, 720p quality video format, complete with mastered audio.
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