-- Jack White made amends of sorts for the abrupt ending to his Saturday gig at New York City's famed Radio City Music Hall with a full 90-minute set there on Sunday that included songs by the White Stripes, the Raconteurs and Dead Weather, as well as material from his solo 'Blunderbuss' album. [antiquiet]

-- A German Depeche Mode fansite reports that the band has scheduled a press conference for Oct. 23 in Paris, during which they will announce plans for a 2013 world tour. The Mode may also have a new album to announce, as singer David Gahan previously revealed a November deadline to complete their follow-up to 2009's 'Sounds of the Universe.' [stereoboard.com]

-- Ben Harper has picked a dozen of his favorite ballads for a new compilation album titled 'By My Side' that drops Oct. 16. In the meantime, he kicks off his first-ever solo acoustic tour on Sept. 26 in Ann Arbor, Mich. [Rock Music Report]

-- The Black Keys, Pearl Jam and Crystal Castles are among the acts lined up for next year's South American edition of Lollapalooza, which will take place March 29-31 in Sao Paulo and April 6-7 in Santiago. [Pitchfork]

-- Pass the bong, dude. Aussie psych-rockers Tame Impala are streaming their new album, 'Lonerism,' in its entirety, and it will blow your mind.  [Death + Taxes]

-- TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek has launched a boutique label called Federal Prism, with Brooklyn-based noise act Telepathe's 'Destroyer' slated as the first release. On the B-side: a remix of the tune by Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor and his collaborators Atticus Ross and Alessandro Cortini. [Spin.com]

-- Titus Andronicus have mapped out a lengthy North American tour in support of their new album, 'Local Business,' which drops Oct. 23. The trek kicks off that same day in Philadelphia. [Pitchfork]

-- Jens Lekman wanders through the Rabjerg Mile dunes in Denmark in his new video for 'Become Someone Else’s,' the lead single off his 'I Know What Love Isn’t' album. Check it out. [Consequence of Sound]

-- Somewhat reclusive Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose will sit down on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ for his first live TV interview in more than two decades on Oct. 24. Really, what else is there to say? [Ultimate Classic Rock]

-- Conspiracy theorists, you're welcome: A new Mick Jagger biography claims that the Rolling Stones' notorious 1967 Redlands drug bust was part on a coordinated plot by the F.B.I. and its British counterpart, MI5, to sabotage the band's career. The incident was part of a broader operation to maintain social order in Britain known as COINTELPRO.[Spinner]