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Digital Digest: Fall Creek Boys Choir, Paul McCartney, Steve Jobs and more

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Producer Will Producer Will | 15:23 UK time, Thursday, 25 August 2011

James Blake & Bon Iver

 

As prophesised on James Blake’s Twitter last week, a collaboration between he and Bon Iver came out on YouTube last night which has sent blogs, well, potty! Called Fall Creek Boys Choir, there may be even more stuff to come... 


Nearly 50 years ago Decca Records said The Beatles had “no future in show business” – well half a century on and they have just signed Paul McCartney – go figure at MSN Music.

Steve Jobs has resigned from his position of CEO at Apple and has moved to become chairman. No official reason has been given and he will be replaced by Tim Cook. Billboard have more.

The trailer for Martin Scorsese’s George Harrison film has found its way onto YouTube.

Via Pledge Music, Summer Camp have announced details of their new album. AU Magazine have the tracklist, artwork and video for one of the singles from Welcome to Condale.

The first of Tokyo Police Club’s ten tracks in ten days has come out on Entertainment Weekly. Teaming up with M83’s Morgan Kibby, they have done Moby and Gwen Stefani’s Southside.

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