Tracklist: New music fest announced


>> Last Night on Late Night: Grande dame of grunge and Empire guest star Courtney Love talked about ending her feud with Dave Grohl and power voice Rhiannon Giddens did "Waterboy" on Letterman, Mark Ronson did "Feels Right" with a little help from Mystikal and The Roots on Fallon (Fun Fact: Ronson played on and mixed Jimmy's Grammy-Nominated debut album, The Bathroom Wall, way back in 2002. #fun), and, earlier in the day, pride of Aberdeen, Scotland, Annie Lennox —who is 60!— gave an encore performance of her Grammy Awards cover the Screamin' Jay Hawkins classic "I Put A Spell on You" on Ellen.

>> "As a fan, I never would have wanted to go to a festival — the idea of people jamming together and being uncomfortably hot or cold or wet and listening to a bunch of music put me off a lot. But that was an influence on how we put together this one ... I don’t want to go too far and be like, ‘We’ve made the perfect festival,’ but I think we have, probably" ~ Justin Vernon

>> Pulitzer Prize-winning author (for The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay) Michael Chabon annotated Kendrick Lamar’s amazing new song “The Blacker The Berry” for the site formerly known as Rap Genius, Genius. Thanks, Michael Chabon!

>> Charmed Coachella coven HAIM cast some disco Fleetwood spells directly at your meager soul in the video for Calvin Harris' "Pray to God." #TEAMBAPHOMET ... Speaking of talented lady trios, The Tuts have a new video for “Do I Have to Look for Love?

>> Full Stream Ahead: Pops Staples, Don't Lose This, Cat's Eyes, The Duke of Burgundy, Carl Barat And The Jackals, Let It Reign

>> Beyonce & Ed Sheeran, together at last.

>> http://pitchfork.com/thepitch/666-the-atypical-fashion-cult-of-joanna-newsom/

>> Pulitzer Prize-winning author (for The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay) Kevin Gates doesn't understand how Uber works.

>> Madonna & Grindr, together at last.