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  • The Stooges are to perform their seminal 1970 album Fun House in its entirety for the first time in the US at a show in Las Vegas. (NME)

  • Kurt Cobain documentary “About a Son” to get a US release in October. (Yahoo! Music)

  • Rihanna‘s “Umbrella” tops the UK charts for a 10th week, becoming the longest-running UK #1 single in a decade. (BBC)

  • Former bassist Mark Ibold hints at Pavement reunion. (Idolator)

  • Group of sculptors conduct “Hello Experiment” to see if they, too, can sculpt Lionel Ritchie‘s head without the benefit of sight. (Rolling Stone)
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