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SPIN iconBy: SPIN Staff // March 11, 2010

[Updated: 5:56 P.M.]

NEWS:

    STROKES Confirm New Album Release, Lollapalooza
    “It’ll have a different feel than our other albums,” Julian Casablancas says of the band’s upcoming album. [SPIN]
    CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG Announces North American Tour
    The singer and actress will play 10 dates in the U.S. and Canada this April. [Pitchfork]
    LIL WAYNE, T-PAIN Collabo In the Works, Delayed by Jail
    “We definitely got an album’s worth of material,” T-Pain said of the collabo, called “T-Wayne.” [MTV]
    FAITH NO MORE Schedule First East Coast Reunion Show
    The band will play Brooklyn’s waterfront on July 5. [BrooklynVegan]
    SUNNY DAY REAL ESTATE to Record New Album
    Seattle emo pioneers turn 2009 reunion tour into brand new material. Click here for details. [SPIN]
    COLDPLAY Debut New Songs on South American Tour
    British band play new track “Don Quixote” in Buenos Aires. [Gigwise]
    ROBERT PATTINSON: “I Want to Release Album in 2011″
    “All my friends are recording albums and I’m very annoyed about it,” said the Twilight star. [Gigwise]
    PINK FLOYD Win Legal Battle Against EMI
    Prog supergroup sued label for unpaid royalties. [Spinner]
    ST. VINCENT, LIARS, OS MUTANTES Join BECK‘s Record Club
    The all-star crew cover a yet-to-be-named album track-by-track, which St. Vincent says will be online “soonish.” [Pitchfork]

MP3s & VIDEOS:

    WATCH: THE NATIONAL Debut New Song on ‘Fallon’
    Brooklyn band play “Terrible Love,” off their May 11 release High Violet. [SPIN]
    WATCH: First ‘TWILIGHT: ECLIPSE’ Trailer Released!
    Plus: Robert Pattinson plans to record an album! Click for details. [SPIN]
    LISTEN: New NEON INDIAN Song Co-Produced by GRIZZLY BEAR‘s Chris Taylor
    “Sleep Paralysist” features the 1980s video game vibe that made frontman Alan Palomo a SPIN pick for 2010. [Green Label Sound]
    WATCH: New BRMC Video
    WATCH: San Francisco rockers play tough, rock out in “Beat the Devil’s Tattoo” clip. [SPIN]