-- We thought we were really going to miss LCD Soundsystem, but since they announced their split, they haven't really gone away. First there was that rad concert film, 'Shut Up and Play the Hits,' and now, the defunct NYC dance-rock greats are getting their own photo book. [Spin]

-- What does Jonny Greenwood do when he's not writing film scores or playing guitar for Radiohead? Why, he raises chickens, of course, and his are "pretty good layers," thank you very much. [NME]

-- According to Coldplay guitarist Jonny Buckland, a single image led to the creation of the band's massively popular 'Mylo Xyloto' album. Wondering what that image is? Head over to Popcrush and watch a clip from the U.K. group's forthcoming 'Live 2012' concert film. [Popcrush]

-- It turns out David Guetta didn't singlehandedly launch today's EDM movement, as, um, some misguided folks evidently believe. "A lot of people say I made it happen, by working with people like Black Eyed Peas and Akon ... but actually the scene was already huge [in America]," says Guetta. "Electronic music was kept very underground in America because medias were refusing [to cover it]." [Spinner]

-- Post-punk ain't dead. So say our pals at Death + Taxes, who are over the moon for Parquet Courts' 'Borrowed Time,' a tune they say reminds them of Wire and Pavement. We can't argue with that. [Death + Taxes]

-- How many festive Americans have decorated their homes with Halloween lights that blink in time with AC/DC songs? Enough that our friends at Ultimate Classic Rock were able to make a list of the five best. Hell's bells -- what a waste of electricity! [Ultimate Classic Rock]