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News Roundup: Thurston Moore, Lily Allen, Amy Winehouse, Apples in Stereo

The funky, synth bouncing wah wahs often set as the background music to porn films must have struck one of Thurston Moore‘s nerves; the Sonic Youth principal has written the soundtrack to photographer/filmmaker Richard Kern‘s flick Extra Action (And Extra Hardcore),which will feature “unpretentious, unadorned, and definitely undressed””real women” rolling around and doing “something interesting for a fewminutes.” Hmm… something interesting, huh? The DVD comes out March 18. Um, enjoy! [Via Pitchfork]

Sadly, roughly one month after the announcement that she was pregnant, Lily Allen has suffered a miscarriage, Reuters reports. The 22-year-old singer was expecting her first child with the Chemical BrothersEd Simons; our condolences, Ms. Allen. [Via]

Like the Rolling Stones and No Doubt before her, it appears Amy Winehouse will head to Jamaica for a little inspiration, and to record the follow up to breakout LP Back to Black. What’s more is that Winehouse will stay in the former home of Bob Marley and record in the reggae star’s studio alongside his son, Damien Marley. I’m the sure the sessions will be, um, aromatic. [Via]

On the heels of releasing New Magnetic Wonder via actor Elijah Wood’s joint venture with Yep Roc, Simian Records, Apples in Stereo have announced the release of a B-sides and rarities compilation, entitled Electronic Projects for Musicians. According to a press release, the new set is the follow-up to the 1996 compilation Science Faire, and includes “Stephen Stephen,” the tune penned for Stephen Colbert’s notorious on-air axe battle with the Decemberists.

Electronic Projects for Musicians tracklisting:

1. “Shine (In Your Mind)”
2. “Thank You Very Much”
3. “Onto Something”
4. “Man You Gotta Get Up”
5. “The Golden Flower”
6. “Avril En Mai”
7. “Hold On to This Day”
8. “The Oasis”
9. “On Your Own”
10. “Other”
11. “So Far Away”
12. “The Apples Theme Song”
13. “Stephen Stephen”
14. “Dreams”