-- Brian Eno has announced a Nov. 13 release date for 'LUX,' his first solo album in seven years. The Roxy Music co-founder and producer extraordinaire is expected to return to his ambient roots for the disc, with experimental landmarks like his 'Music for Films' and 'Music for Airports' albums cited as influences. [Spin.com]

-- One jailed Pussy Riot member reveals that she's only been allowed to read one thing during her entire time in lock-up. "I've learned to read much more deeply," she says. "For four months, I had nothing to read but the Bible, so I read it for all four months -- diligently, picking everything apart."  [GQ.com]

-- Thom Yorke-fronted supergroup Atoms for Peace will release the vinyl single 'Default' in advance of their debut full-length, which is due sometime next year. 'Default' drops Nov. 19. [Consequence of Sound]

-- Iconic hardcore band Bad Brains will follow-up their Adam Yauch-produced 2007 album 'Build a Nation' with 'Into the Future,' out Nov. 20. "It gets better and better," singer H.R. says of his band's music. [Loudwire]

-- Bon Iver's Justin Vernon has selected a winner of the 'Northern Exposure'-inspired tattoo design contest he announced online a few weeks back. Italian artist Giulio Rosso created the winning tat, which will be inked on to Vernon's arm. [Pitchfork]

-- Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora seems somewhat confused by Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong's recent claim that Bon Jovi were "the worst" band they've ever shared the stage with. "I actually don't recall them opening for us," responds Sambora. "Either I was incapacitated at that point or I just don't remember it. I'm sorry he had such a bad time." [UltimateGuitar.com/Rolling Stone]

-- Canadian punk band F---ed Up are seeking an unpaid intern who lives in the Toronto area "to do various fun essential F---ed Up Universe tasks," the band announced yesterday in a blog post. "You will get to hang out with us in the FU-Annex area in Toronto and get to be part of the world and do lots of fun unpaid stuff. We are really serious about this and it's not a joke." Good luck! [Spinner]

-- Insane Clown Posse have followed through with their insane threat to sue the FBI after the Bureau classified Juggalos as “a criminal organization formed on the street," cutting into the Detroit rap duo's merchandise sales. [Death + Taxes]

-- A copy of the super-rare Beatles record 'On Stage,' featuring country singer Frank Ifield, sold for more than $22,000 through an eBay auction. How's that for fab? [Ultimate Classic Rock]