Buzz Bites (10/25/13): Stream Arcade Fire’s ‘Reflektor’ Album In Its Entirety Ahead Of Its Release

Stream Arcade Fire's "Reflektor" before its release date.

Listen to Arcade Fire’s fourth studio album before it officially gets released.

+ Right now, you can stream Arcade Fire‘s Reflektor in all its two-disc, 85-minute glory on YouTube. FYI, the visuals paired with the album are taken from Marcel Camus’ 1959 film, “Black Orpheus.” (MTV News)

+ Against Me! have announced that they will release Transgender Dysphoria Blues, the band’s first release since frontwoman Laura Jane Grace publicly came out as trans, on Jan. 21. (Rolling Stone)

One Direction will perform at the 2013 American Music Awards on Nov. 24, the day before Midnight Memories’ release. (MTV News)

+ Lady Gaga debuted ”Gypsy” while wearing a mustache in Berlin because she’s Lady Gaga so anything makes sense. The piano-led ARTPOP ballad was preceded by a fan Q&A. (MTV News)

+ Watch Katy Perry perform “Roar” with a few famous friends, including Ellie Goulding, Tegan and Sara, Sara Bareilles, Kacey Musgraves, and the cowriter of Prism‘s lead single, Bonnie McKee, during their We Can Survive: Music For Life charity concert in Los Angeles. (Idolator)

+ You can thank a fan for blink-182‘s pair of upcoming L.A. shows celebrating the 10th anniversary of Untitled, where they’ll play the album in its entirety. ”Someone on Twitter @-replied to me, pointing out that the 10-year anniversary of the album was approaching. That was maybe three weeks ago,” bassist Mark Hoppus said. (MTV News)

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