Kanye & Jay-Z's LP, Hince & Moss Wed + More

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Kanye West & Jay-Z / Jamie Hince & Kate Moss (Photo: Getty Images, Jay-Z/West; Indigo/Getty, Hince/Moss)
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  • The cover art for Jay-Z and Kanye West's collaborative album, Watch the Throne, has arrived via Hova's Life and Times website. While no other details on the metallic gold design have surfaced, the LP's release date is tentatively August 2, which appeared as the ship date on a customer's pre-order receipt. [MTV]

  • Jamie Hince of the Kills and supermodel Kate Moss were married Friday in England's Cotswolds region. Guest included Naomi Campbell, Kelly Osbourne, Sadie Frost, Rhys Ifans, and Topshop chief Philip Green. [Billboard]

  • Preview Ice Cube's episode of VH1's Behind the Music, which premieres July 6 at 10 P.M. The show follows Ice from NWA's original stomping grounds of South Central Los Angeles to the silver screen in movies like Friday and Are We There Yet?. [MTV]

  • Never one to hold back, Ke$ha says she has more than 200 songs written for her next record, which is influenced by Iggy Pop, Led Zeppelin, and AC/DC. "I definitely want the next record to be experimental and I would love to play with all the different sounds of the music I listen to," Ke$ha said. "I really want some dirty guitar and I wouldn't mind if there were elements of blues." [Digital Spy]

  • The Pixies are expanding their North American tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their landmark album, Doolittle. The Boston-bred quartet will play the complete LP in smaller cities like Rochester, NY, and Santa Cruz, CA, in October and November. [Press Release]

  • Renowned rock music critic Jane Scott, who covered music from the Beatles to Britney Spears for Cleveland's The Plain Dealer, died Monday after a long illness. She was 92. "The thing about rock is, it gets you up on your feet and dancing and you forget everything else," she said just before her retirement in 2002. "The beat gets you going." [Cleveland]

  • England post-punk group the Horrors are streaming their third album, Skying, ahead of the LP's official July 12 release. [drownedinsound]

  • A young woman was killed Sunday after she fell from a tower at the Roskilde music festival in Denmark. She dropped nearly 100-feet from the tower in the camping area, which was part of a aerial cable ride. Another person sustained minor injuries.[Billboard]

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