Published May 31, 2014As we find ourselves smack-dab in the middle of another weekend, we're already getting nostalgic for the week that was. If you feel something slipped past you in the music news world, here's your chance to catch up.
First off, it was a good week for Canadian music fans, especially those into the punkier side of things. Not only did we learn that pop punkers Gob are headed back our way with a new album, but Albertan cult heroes the Smalls reunited for a few festival shows. On the complete other side of the country, SappyFest also announced its 2014 lineup, which comes with a few reunions as well via Constantines and Shotgun & Jaybird.
Also north of the border, we had BADBADNOTGOOD teaming up with Ghostface Killah for a new release, Bahamas announcing a new LP, and members of Brutal Knights, Teenanger and Quest for Fire revealing their debut as Wrong Hole.
In other news, Macaulay Culkin's jokey Pizza Underground got booed offstage in the UK, Rodriguez was dragged into an increasingly ugly lawsuit, and Spoon signed to Loma Vista and teased their upcoming release via a cryptic "R.I.P. photo.