-- Reverb: In case you missed the news, Saturday morning, Pavement is playing Sasquatch! 2010 and three-day passes are available for $170.
Michael Lavine Michael Lavine will be signing copies of his book of photos, Grunge, Friday at Neumos.
-- Sea Times: Jonathan Zwickel chats up Michael Lavine about his new book of photos, Grunge. "It was punk until somebody decided to call it grunge." Lavine's signing copies of his book, Friday at Neumos, at an event that includes performances by Mudhoney, Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, and Unnatural Helpers.
-- Billboard: Rest easy, Elton John is feeling better. No word yet on re-scheduling his Seattle date with Billy Joel.
-- Pitchfork: Brian Eno opens up about U2 and ABBA: "No one would talk to you because you liked ABBA, because they were considered to be hopelessly pointless pop. Now, of course, everyone likes ABBA."
-- Rolling Stone: An Australian Fair Trade minister says fans should know that they'll be getting a lip-synced performance Brittney Spears. John Mayer says "If you're shocked that Britney was lip-syncing at her concert and want your money back, life may continue to be hard for you."