-- Ryan Adams and Deadmau5 are teaming up for some sort of musical collaboration. Adams tweeted that the output “sounds like 'Blade Runner' starring Don Henley," and Deadmau5 postied an Instagram pic of Adams “singin words n s---." Amazing! [Stereogum]

-- The Shins and the Kills are working with Jack White's Third Man Records to release live albums recorded in-house at the Nashville-based label's HQ. The Shins are up first, rocking TMR on Saturday (Oct. 6). [Pitchfork]

-- Forget the Tupac hologram from this year's Coachella. A hologram version of late singer Amy Winehouse turns up in the new 'Cherry Wine' video by rapper Nas.

-- Canadian R&B singer the Weeknd will drop his much-buzzed debut album, 'Trilogy,' on Nov. 13 in the U.K. and likely the following day in the U.S. [NME.com]

-- Bonnaroo organizers have announced the Bonnaroo 365 Tour, the first-annual touring version of the festival, featuring White Denim, Maps & Atlases and others. The trek kicks off Oct. 24 in Lawrence, Kan. [glidemagazine.com]

-- The wait is over, Madness fans. The veteran U.K. ska act has unveiled 'My Girl 2,' a tune off their forthcoming 10th album, 'Oui, Oui, Si, Si, Ja, Ja, Da, Da.' What do you think of the new jam? [Spinner]

-- Rone has dropped 'Parade,' a new single from his upcoming 'Tohu Bohu,' and our buddies at Death + Taxes call the track "pure, sublime hubris ... It’s ecstatic truth." How's that for a rave? [Death + Taxes]

-- October is here again, and with its arrival comes Ultimate Classic Rock's list of the Top 10 Oktoberfest Songs. Can you name any tunes that should be on the tally? [Ultimate Classic Rock]