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- Posted on Sep 11th 2012 5:00PM by Caitlin White
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Frank Ocean is set to play "Saturday Night Live" with John Mayer. He still feels real bad about those cancelled shows earlier this summer, though. [Complex]
The Quietus sent a writer to review a Lady Gaga show and the results were terrifying. Or, no wait, the show was terrifying. Excerpt: "Gaga's screens are giving us a pointed close up of her hand, as she knuckle-shuffles at an invisible dick." [The Quietus]
The Flaming Lips are playing a show in Big Sur, and to celebrate that perfect melding of musical act and physical place music journalists have made Flaming Lip Bingo cards. Do they realize that is such a music-writer thing to do? [West Coast Sound]
"Top Gun" is actually happening. Perhaps it's the perfect time for Calexico's cover of Kenny Loggins '80s hit "Danger Zone." [A.V. Club]
The Velvet Underground try to disassociate the Andy Warhol from their image and kind of failed. But the Andy Warhol Foundation For the Visual Arts didn't necessarily win either.
[The New York Times]
The XX Coexist stream that was shared round the world. If you can't beat pirates, join them? [Diffuser.fm]
In conclusion, check out the live performances of the magical union created by St. Vincent and David Byrne for their newly released joint record Love This Giant. Watch live performances of "Who" and "The Forest Awakes" from "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."
Watch St. Vincent & David Byrne Perform "Who" on "Fallon"