Radiohead working with Jack White, Madonna's nipple flash, Stone Roses live in Spain, Lauryn Hill takes on the military industrial complex... Daily Hot List
Monday, 11 June
Not only can you watch Radiohead's set from at America's Bonnaroo festival at the weekend in full (above), you may soon be able to see them collaborating with a former White Stripe. "This song is for Jack White," explained Thom Yorke ahead of playing Supercollider. "We saw him yesterday. A big thank you to him, but we can't tell you why. You'll find out." Watch this space...
Lauryn Hill is in trouble for allegedly not paying her taxes, but it seems she's got an excuse. Having "remained what others would consider underground" the singer explained in an open letter that she has remained off the radar (and the IRS' files) "in order to build a community of people, like-minded in their desire for freedom and the right to pursue their goals and lives without being manipulated and controlled by a media protected military industrial complex with a completely different agenda." Quite.
The Charlatans performed a gig based around their Tellin' Stories album at Hammersmith Apollo. Here's a live review.
The man who died during this year's Rockness festival at the weekend has been named as 19 year-old Alex Herriot. He collapsed and died on Saturday night, after taking legal drugs it is believed. A 19 year-old women and 20 year-old man were also treated at the event after taking "legal highs".
Not one for office viewing (though to be fair that depends on what office you work in) but Madonna has been flashing her nipple onstage at the start of her current world tour (via Gawker.com).
The Stone Roses continued their live return with a gig at Barcelona's Razzmatazz club over the weekend. Expanding from what the band played at their Warrington comeback show last month, the set included Fool's Gold, She Bangs The Drums and a ten minute version of I Am The Resurrection as the encore, though Ian Brown did perform his newly written 'rap' in Love Spreads again.
D'Angelo played his first US gig in 12 years, making a surprise appearance at the Bonnaroo festival. Have a watch (via Pitchfork.com).
A woman has been arrested after jewellery was stolen from Axl Rose during a private party in Paris last week.
Lady Gaga performed with concussion after accidentally being hit on the head by a dancer wielding a pole during a show in New Zealand yesterday. The accident happened during Judas, but the singer went on to perform another 16 songs.
Dizzee Rascal has revealed he gave up smoking weed for two months so he could have laser eye surgery.
Read Jon Savage's history of Abbey Road studios.
Johnny Marr made a guest appearance with Chic at the Parklife Weekender on Saturday and has hinted he may record with Nile Rodgers and co.
Watch LCD Soundsystem performing Dance Yrself Clean at Madison Square Garden. The footage is taken from forthcoming documentary Shut Up And Play The Hits.
Grizzly Bear will release their follow-up to 2009's Veckatimest in 18 September.
Also planning a busy autumn are Calexico, their new LP Algiers is out on 10 September.
And just to finish off the new album round-up, here's Muse and The Killers' trailers for their new records, which came out while the Hot List was away.
Gary Barlow is Number 1... in everything.
Domino Records, home of Arctic Monkeys, Animal Collective, Franz Ferdinand and more, are launching a new subscription service that will allow fans to get new releases and exclusive material sent straight to them.
Today's Track Of The Day is Hot Chip with Night & Day
That's it for today. More Hot List tomorrow at noon.
12:00 PM | 11/06/2012
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