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Lil Wayne’s Tax Woes, Fleet Foxes Join ATP + More

Plus: Andy Samberg's Lonely Island return with new album, Lee "Scratch" Perry teams up with TVOTR's Tunde Adebime.

  • The IRS has slapped Lil Wayne with a multi-million dollar tax lien, according to the Detroit News. In a filing with Florida’s Miami-Dade County Clerk, the rapper is alleged to owe the government $5.6 million in unpaid income taxes from 2008-9. Wayne recently paid off a $1.13 million federal tax lien in December. [Detroit News]

  • Fleet Foxes, Scratch Acid, Gary Numan, Robyn Hitchcock, Half Japanese, and the Minutemen’s Mike Watt and George Hurley have been added to this year’s two-weekend All Tomorrow’s Parties festival, which will take place in Minehead, U.K., from December 2-4 and December 9-11. Neutral Milk Hotel’s reclusive frontman Jeff Mangum and Battles are curating a weekend each. [All Tomorrow’s Parties Official Site]

  • Lonely Island — the comic trio featuring Saturday Night Live’s Andy Samberg — will release their second album Turtleneck & Chain on May 10. The disc features guest spots from Akon and Nicki Minaj. Watch the hilarious video for their first track “We’re Back!” below.

  • Reggae and dub pioneer Lee “Scratch” Perry will release his latest album Rise Again on May 10. The disc features a guest spot from TV On the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe on the groovy single “Higher Level,” which you can stream over at Pitchfork.