FYI: Selena Gomez’s First No. 1, DMX Files for Bankruptcy

July 31, 2013 By:

Nile Rodgers, the dude who wrote the guitar part in “Get Lucky,” is officially “ALL CLEAR AGAIN” of prostate cancer. (Rolling Stone)

Wanna go to Lollapalooza without going to Lollapalooza. Well, there’s a webcast schedule. You can see Nine Inch Nails, Imagine Dragons, Icona Pop and more. (Consequence of Sound)

Selena Gomez is waking up to good news. Stars Dance climbed to No. 1 on the Billboard 200, her first at this spot. (Billboard)

How do you reopen a landmark venue like the Forum in Los Angeles? With the Eagles, duh. (Billboard)

Richard Reed Parry of the band Arcade Fire has a folk group called Quiet River of Dust. It’s adorable. (The Guardian)

And speaking of Arcade Fire, the band will go on tour in the beginning of January 2014. So far, there are only seven dates, so Parry will have plenty of time for his folk project. (Consequence of Sound)

MDNGHT's four-track EP Into the Night is streaming now. It’s pure disco dreamland fun. (The Guardian)

Do not try to pass off your crappy t-shirt as Rihanna-approved. She will take you to court and she will win. (NME)

DMX has filed for bankruptcy. With the addition of a recent DUI, this will serve as the rotten cherry atop a very horrible week. (NME)

Of Montreal is going on tour. From October through November, they’ll hit up all the major cities in the U.S. (Pitchfork)

The subject of developing their own whiskey sounds like an awesome idea to Mumford & Sons. It will be smooth, with a strong hint of bluegrass. (MTV)