-- The Frank Ocean jam 'Thinking About You' has been reworked by Flying Lotus into a new tune titled 'Binge Eating Without You' that features Ocean's vocals pitched up several octaves -- which is probably both just about as weird as and way cooler than it sounds on paper. [Death + Taxes]

-- "My God, what were we thinking?" concludes the first entry in the Melvins' tour diary as the sludge-metal legends launch their 51 States in 51 Days tour ("we think DC should be a state," they explain), which, as the name implies, will see them rock 51 different locales in as many days. If successful, they'll set a world record. Good luck, guys. At least you aren't driving the "Melvan." [Spin.com]

-- Godfather of grunge Neil Young has announced an Oct. 30 release date for 'Psychedelic Pill,' his second album of the year with longtime backing band Crazy Horse. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

-- Chicago post-rockers the Sea and Cake have posted a new track titled 'Harps' off their forthcoming album 'Runner. "[I'm] painting with a new fat sloppy brush," guitarist Sam Prekop says of the disc, which drops Sept. 24. [Spinner]

-- Dinosaur Jr. will celebrate 25 of 'You're Living All Over Me' by playing the album in its entirety "with very special friends sitting in" on Dec. 1 in New York City. Or, celebrate their latest album now by listening to 'I Bet on Sky' at NPR.org ahead of its release next week. [Brooklyn Vegan]