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Feist Teases Music, Killers Live Return + More

  • Feist looks to be gearing up for a return since releasing 2007’s breakthrough album The Reminder. The Canadian singer-songwriter posted a teaser video of music on YouTube, along with a tweet saying, “A glimpse to come…More soon.” Watch the video snippet below, and keep tabs on her official website, where more videos are set to be rolled out soon.

  • The Killers, who are working on a new album, will return to the stage this fall when they headline the inaugural Orlando Calling Festival, taking place November 12-13 in Florida. The Raconteurs, Pixies, the Avett Brothers, the Roots, and others have been tapped to perform. Tickets are available here.

  • Kanye West and Jay-Z will reportedly tackle dub-step on their collaborative album Watch the Throne, due out August 1. Verse Simmonds, who produced tracks for the album, says one cut titled “Who Gon Stop Me” was inspired by the U.K. style of dance music. “I think they heard it the first time and loved it,” Simmonds told MTV.

  • In a new documentary titled From the Back of the Room, members of Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, and Kylesa open up about what it’s like to be a female in the underground punk scene. Check out a trailer below and head to the movie’s official site for screening details (via Pitchfork).
  • Bush, who will return with their first album since 2001 this September, have released the album’s first single, titled “The Sound of Winter.” Head over to KROQ to hear it.