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MMJ Rock With Badu, Brendon Urie Injured + More

  • My Morning Jacket offered up a live stream of Tuesday night’s album-release concert (directed by Todd Haynes) from their hometown of Louisville, KY, where the Southern rockers debuted tunes from Circuital. The highlight found MMJ teaming up with Erykah Badu for a stunning rendition of 2005’s “Wordless Chorus.” (MMJ are huge Badu fans: they’ve regularly performed her track “Tyrone” in concert.) Check out their on-stage collab below and head over to the band’s YouTube to watch selections from the show.

  • Panic, indeed: Panic! at the Disco‘s Brendon Urie reportedly broke his ankle while performing at a show in Florida over Memorial Day Weekend. Still, the emo-pop hero, who said his foot “looked like my grandma’s goiter,” managed to play the rest of the gig. TMZ has video footage.

  • Wiz Khalifa, Broken Social Scene, The Kills, Butthole Surfers, and Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs have been tapped to headline this year’s Bumbershoot festival in Seattle, WA. The fest – which takes place September 3-5 – will also feature ’90s alt-rockers The Presidents of the United States of America, Warpaint, Mavis Staples, Sharon Van Etten and dozens more. Tickets are on sale now. [Bumbershoot]

  • After selling out its 2011 edition, Coachella will expand to take place over two consecutive weekends next year. Festival organizers Goldenvoice will attempt to book the same lineup for both weekends (April 13-15 and April 20-22). Advance sales for passes are available for one week only starting June 3. [Coachella]

  • For their upcoming headlining set at Glastonbury in England, Queens of the Stone Age are asking fans to choose the setlist via an online poll. The group will perform 10 of the tracks from a list of 50. Head over to BBC’s Radio 1 to cast your choice.

  • Recently-reunited Soundgarden will headline this year’s Voodoo Fest, which takes place October 28-30 in New Orleans. Early bird passes are available now; a full line-up has yet to be announced. [Voodoo Music Experience 2011]

  • British electronica icons UNKLE have dropped a gruesome video for “Money and Run,” which features Nick Cave on lead vocals. Watch it below.