Here are stories/links that made news today:
Depeche Mode fans have begun to upload video questions ahead of next week's press conference. Watch a few of them here (at least watch the first awesome video!)
Trent Reznor announced he's partnering with Beats By Dre.
Peter Buck talks solo album and life post-R.E.M. in a new interview.
Bryan Ferry is releasing jazzed up versions of Roxy Music/Ferry classics next month. Stream the new version of "Don't Stop The Dance" and find out more about the album here.
The peeps at Record Store Day posted a list of offerings for Black Friday Record Store Day. Some of the highlights include releases from Nirvana, Mad Season, David Bowie, Joe Strummer, Jellyfish, Velvet Underground, and Joey Ramone.
Sonic Youth release a live album Smart Bar Chicago 1985 on November 14th. Stream a track from it now.
A live version of Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes" is streaming over at Rolling Stone, plus Gabriel told the mag the story behind the classic song.
Jellyfish are releasing a double disc collection Stack-A-Tracks for Record Store Day and you can pre-order it now.
The Guardian dug up an old Siouxsie Sioux interview from 1978. Read it here.
Deftones are releasing a limited edition cassingle as a bonus for fans who pre-order their album at their shows.
Pavement's Stephen Malkmus is going to perform the classic Can album Ege Bamyasi in full later this year.
Coldplay are selling original Mylo Xyloto art with proceeds going to a children's charity.
Artist Direct posted their favorite 25 Soundgarden songs of all time.
Coheed & Cambria streamed a show from Webster Hall last week. If you missed it you can watch the full show here.