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Pearl Jam Reissues, Blur’s Recording Plans + More

  • Blur‘s Graham Coxon has suggested that the band might be working on new music. On his Twitter, Coxon posted, “Now off to see the Blur boys and have coffee and maybe switch a tape recorder on!” Frontman Damon Albarn hinted last year that the group would hit the studio in 2011. [NME]

  • To celebrate their 20th anniversary of making records, Pearl Jam will reissue deluxe editions of their albums Vs. and Vitalogy, which will include previously unreleased tracks and a live recording of a 1994 Boston show, plus other ephemera. The sets will be available March 29, while remastered vinyl editions of the albums will be available for Record Store Day on April 12. [Pearl Jam’s Official Site]

  • The KillsJamie Hince is reportedly engaged to girlfriend Kate Moss, with a marriage ceremony set for July 2. “He has been badgering her to get married but she wanted to take her time,” says a source close to the couple. [The Sun]

  • Hear Das Racist‘s awesome new Bollywood Soundtrack-sampling track “Swate.” [NCB 1979]

  • Check out a hypnotic trailer (and new music) for Glasvegas‘ album ///HEARTBREAK, which will hit stores on April 12.
  • Stream British rapper the Streets‘ new album Computers and Blues in its entirety here.

  • Super-buzzy British singer James Blake has inked a deal with U.S. label Universal Republic, home to Amy Winehouse and Florence and the Machine. Blake’s self-titled debut comes out in the U.K. on February 7 and will be available digitally on February 8. [Pitchfork]