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  • NPR has a full stream (and podcast download) from Bon Iver‘s concert last night at Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club. The 17-song show features Justin Vernon and Co. running through material from their latest album Bon Iver as well as a cover of Bjök‘s “Who Is It.” Head here to grab it.

  • Texas instrumental rockers Explosions in the Sky dropped by Late Show With David Letterman to perform their gorgeous instrumental “Postcards From 1942,” off their latest record Take Care. Take Care. Take Care. Check it out below (via The Audio Perv).

  • According to unnamed sources, Us Weekly reports that Kings of Leon are trying to get frontman Caleb Followill to go to rehab, following his early exit from a show last week in Dallas, TX. “Caleb’s drinking is out of control and they are trying to get him into rehab,” the source says. “It’s a dark demon he has been fighting for awhile.”

  • Grunge icons Screaming Trees broke up in 2000, but Mark Lanegan‘s band left behind an unreleased album titled Last Words: The Final Recordings, which recorded in 1998 and mixed by Jack Endino (Nirvana’s Bleach). The full set is available for streaming on their official site and includes heavy stand-outs like “Anita Grey” and guitar work from then-touring member Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age. It’s also available for purchase at iTunes, Amazon, and other digital retailers.

  • European electro group jj have teamed up with R&B star Ne-Yo for a new track titled “We Can’t Stop,” as part of Adult Swim’s singles series. Check out the soaring, atmospheric ballad over at the cable network’s site.

  • Feist has unveiled the tracklisting and cover art (which shows the singer-songwriter sitting precariously atop a tree branch) for her October album Metals. Head to her official site to check it out and revisit SPIN’s breakdown of some of the album’s standout tracks here.

  • The-Dream‘s forthcoming album The Love, IV (Diary of a Mad Man) has had its release date pushed back for later this year, and the R&B singer is planning to release a free album to tide fans over. 1977 will be available on August 31, and will be released under his real name, Terius Nash. [Pitchfork]

  • My Morning Jacket are hoping to release recordings of their five-night stand in New York (where they played every single album live) as a vinyl box set or digital download. “We just have a lot of listening to do, five nights of two-and-a-half hour sets,” says drummer Patrick Hallahan. [Billboard]