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News Of The Day – 8/18

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

Green Day is reissuing Dookie for its 30th anniversary with a slew of unreleased tracks, demos and live shows.

The National released a pair of new songs ahead of its Madison Square Garden debut on Friday (Aug. 18).

Original Pavement drummer Gary Young has died at the age of 70.

Jack Harlow announced a six-date tour of his home state of Kentucky, taking place in November and December.

Miley Cyrus’ new single, “Used To Be Young,” will arrive on Aug. 25, in tandem with the ABC special Endless Summer Vacation: Continued (Backyard Sessions) the night before.

Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy is planning a November tour to promote his new book, World Within a Song.

Joni Mitchell is releasing the latest installment of her archives series, focusing on her time at Asylum Records in the early-to-mid ‘70s. Listen to a demo of “Help Me.”

Ministry has a new album on the way which features Gogol Bordello‘s Eugene Hutz, Jello Biafra, and Corrosion of Conformity‘s Pepper Keenan. Watch the video for “Goddamn White Trash.”

Listen to SOHMI’s new fantasy remix of Yotto and Booka Shade’s “Encounters.”

Dicky Barrett of Mighty Mighty Bosstones has a new band. Listen to the Defiant’s first single “Dead Language.” 

Destroy Boys released a new video for “Shadow (I’m Breaking Down),” while Illinois shoegaze favorites Hum are reissuing four key albums on vinyl.