This Week in Music News

posted on Apr.01, 2011

LCD Soundsystem

Tomorrow, April 2nd, is LCD Soundsystem‘s final show. For everyone who is not going, Pitchfork is streaming the concert live from their website live from Madison Square Garden. If you want to see the final concert and could not get tickets or couldn’t get into the city, then make sure to watch the stream because it will only be broadcast once.

Death Cab for Cutie is filming their music video for new single “You Are a Tourist”. The band has revealed that they are planning on filming the music video in one take and will broadcast this one take live online while it is happening. On April 5 at 7pm EST, at this website, they will stream the music video live as it is being taped. [via Pitchfork]

Infamous Youtube sensation Rebecca Black is rumored to be working on a followup to “Friday” entitled “LOL”. She is also working on her debut album. Well, I guess not all music news is good news. [via Billboard]

Radiohead has announced a limited edition 12-inch vinyl to be released on Record Store Day on April 16. The vinyl will feature two new tracks, “The Butcher” and “Supercollider”. [via Musicweek]

A report released by Strategy Analytics has outlined some predictions for the future of the music industry. Among their various conclusions, they stated digital music sales in the United States will eclipse physical sales in 2011. [via Musicweek]

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