Yeah Yeah Yeahs announce last-minute anniversary show: The Yeah Yeah Yeahs plan to honor their 10 year anniversary by hosting a little shindig where they go "back to basics, just the three of us and a couple hundred of you." In other words, they'll be playing through their back catalog (think Machine-era stuff) in a super-intimate performance at Secret Project Robot in Brooklyn later tonight. Good luck getting in. [LINK]
Watch high-res footage of Atoms For Peace: Calling all fans of Radiohead, Thom Yorke, and/or those who were shut out of tickets when the Yorke-led, Flea-featuring supergroup Atoms For Peace toured North America last spring. High-res footage—we're talking television quality!—from the band's recent performance at the Fuji Rock Music Festival in Japan has hit the web, and is totally worth 30 minutes of your time! [LINK]
Of Montreal cover "Thriller": Ever wonder what would happen if the Kevin Barnes-led outfit decided to incorporate the King of Pop into their sexually charged stage show? Now you can find out. [LINK]
Hear a new song from Cake, "Sick of You": Is Cake still fresh after all these years? Find out now by checking out the band's latest single, "Sick of You," off their forthcoming studio album Showroom of Compassion. [LINK]
Scissor Sisters to open for Lady Gaga: Gaga's endless world tour just got even more fabulous. When the Monster Ball World Tour comes back to the U.S. next February, fellow modern gay icons the Scissor Sisters will be tagging along for a month. [LINK]
Depeche Mode prep Tour of the Universe DVD: For much of the last two years, English electronic behemoths Depeche Mode have been on a "Tour of the Universe," or close to it. Dave Gahan and company played a whopping 102 shows across four continents. But just in case you happened to miss every single one, the band is set to release a brand-new concert film later this year. [LINK]
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