— On May 2, Björk, Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Battles’ Tyondai Braxton, New Yorker music critic Alex Ross, Stereogum senior writer (and former Pitchfork contributor) Brandon Stosuy, and others will DJ as part of the Rites of Spring Haiti benefit at Brooklyn DIY venue Above the Auto Parts Store, which is located above an actual auto parts store. The event is organized by Stosuy and should be fairly ridiculous. (Via Sound of the City.)
— Florence and the Machine, the Drums, Signals, and Casiokids are among the bands included on the forthcoming Moshi Moshi Singles Club Volume 2 compilation, due out May 3.
— This year’s Bamboozle fest hits New Jersey’s Meadowlands Sports Complex on May 1-2 and features Weezer, MGMT, Drake, Girl Talk, Matt and Kim, Wale, Paramore, and a bunch of emo bands I’ve never heard of.