* New album from The Go!Team is wildin’ out in its entirety on Hype Machine.

* Audacious “Top 10 Composers” list proves again why NYT classical coverage is essential, even/especially for blockheads like us.

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* A Jeff Buckley biopic starring Robert Pattinson — it could happen. [via @Spinner]

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* Wow. RT @brainpicker: A live-action “premake” of Pixar’s “Up,” envisioned in 1965 [via @brainpicker]

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* David Byrne and Will Oldham are writing music for a Sean Penn movie about a singer hunting a Nazi. [via @Spinner]

* A legendary Stone Roses gig has inspired a new film. [via @Spinner]

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* “Twilight: Eclipse” sweeps 2011 Razzie nominations. We loved hating it, too.

* 1st leak from Oh No’s mixtape trib. to Rudy Ray Moore kills. “Ohnomite” has been 3 yrs in/making. So far, oh so dope.

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* Johnny Cash arrested in NY sting. Ditto, Hootie and Jimmy Gooch.

* mp3s of the Rolling Stones’ “2120 Michigan Avenue (The Unreleased 1964 Blues Album)” [via @largeheartedboy]

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* Shakespeare’s Globe Theater to present the Bard’s Canon in 38 languages [via @nytimesarts]

* Former Paul’s Boutique location burns down. [via @thedailyswarm]

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* Nas makes everyone ache for the old days. When was the last time you held a hot cassette up to your nose?

* Somehow, this is eerier than every last one of our dead birds. Inexplicable dead spot on Australian Open court. #ao10

* Chris Denny and the Natives make Daytrotter’s “Best of 2010” list.

* Sen. Jimmy Jeffress drops headphone ban proposal. [via @APNewsBreak]

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