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News Of The Day – 8/16

(Credit: Courtesy of Lanny Cordola)

Good morning. Here’s all you need to know about what went on in the world of music in the past 24 hours:

Big news coming from the Roxy on Sunset. To honor its 50th anniversary, the historic Los Angeles venue announced a second intimate Neil Young and Crazy Horse show on Sept. 21, while Stephen Marley will perform his father’s Live at the Roxy album in full on Sept. 24. Also coming is a compilation of Roxy live performances featuring Bruce Springsteen, the Ramones, Brian Wilson, and Emmylou Harris, among others.

The Miraculous Love Kids of Afghanistan joined forces with Beth Gibbons of Portishead to cover Joy Division’s “Atmosphere” and David Bowie’s “Heroes.”

Deftones announced their annual Dia de los Deftones festival, featuring 100 Gecs, Knocked Loose, Doechii, Pinback, Pieri, Rile, and Capra. The event will take place Nov. 4 in San Diego.

Margaret Glaspy, Future Islands and Cherry Glazerr released new songs.

The Menzingers announced that their seventh album will be out later this year and shared its first song. 

Elliott Smith’s early band Heatmiser is releasing an album of rarities on Third Man Records.

Watch the trailer for Bradley Cooper’s upcoming Leonard Bernstein film Maestro, which will be released early next month.