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Music Roundup: Adele Leaves London, Etta James Is Dying, Phil Spector Appeals


Arcade Fire has released its second video from The Suburbs, “Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains).” Only this time they’ve done it in two versions–a standard version, and an interactive version, in which you’re encouraged to dance along, via your webcam. Check out both versions here.

Adele has decided to leave London in favor of the countryside, so as to spare her pipes the smog and pollution.

Blues great Etta James’s doctor has announced she is terminally ill.

Phil Spector has appealed his murder conviction to the Supreme Court, saying his rights were violated by the trial judge. We’d love to see Justice Scalia’s reaction to Spector’s wig du jour, but Spector won’t have to appear in person.

Billy Corgan tells Stereogum that the Smashing Pumpkins’ upcoming Oceania is the band’s best since their 90s heyday.

Rapper Slim Dunkin was shot and killed outside a recording studio in Atlanta.

The Beach Boys plan to record and tour for their 50th anniversary, with Brian Wilson on board.

And in the weekend’s least surprising news, Snoop Dogg could face legal action for smoking weed while in the Middle East.

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