Sufjan Stevens's Age of Adz, Weezer's Real Hurley Motivations and Death at 33 1/3 RPM Lead This Week's News Roundup

Sufjan Stevens's <i>Age of Adz</i>, Weezer's Real <i>Hurley</i> Motivations and Death at 33 1/3 RPM Lead This Week's News Roundup
If you're looking for all the week's top stories gathered in one convenient place, you're in luck. Yep, as always, we're back with our news roundup. Here's just a few of the stories that grabbed our headlines this week.

First up, Sufjan Stevens is officially back. After a lot of doubt over whether he'd ever record another pop-oriented LP, the indie hero announced his first proper new album since 2005's Illinois. It's called The Age of Adz and he's gave us a taste by way of the new track "I Walked."

Also, this week, we had Weezer casting some serious doubts about the real motivation behind the title of their Hurley album, Further Seems Forever reuniting with Chris Carrabba (aka Dashboard Confessional), the passing of Ou Est Le Swimming Pool's Charles Haddon, that Vampire Weekend model finally speaking out about the Contra lawsuit, and Mos Def getting slapped with a lawsuit over a cancelled 2009 gig in Toronto.

Finally, if you're looking for the perfect way to honour your vinyl-obsessed loved one after they're gone, look no further.