* Whatchu know about local DJ Wick-It? You know he slays mash-ups and remixes lightweight fools passin' out. Well, he's at it again: Wick-It remixed Pink Floyd's "Have a Cigar," and it's pretty damn dope, as a matter of fact. I think there's a little bit of Young Buck in there as well? [Via Break on a Cloud]
* Nashville folk-pop songstress Amanda Shires has a new video for her song "Ghostbird," and she debuted it via NPR's All Songs Considered. It was directed by Cory Basil, and he and Shires talked a bit about the process of making the video with ASC. Watch "Ghostbird" after the jump.
* So Rome — it's that project featuring Daniele Luppi, Danger Mouse, Jack White and Norah Jones, and I grow weary of typing that lineup every time we talk about them — has a new, interactive video called "3 Dreams of Black." (Warning: You can only view it with Google Chrome.) Anyway, Google's Chris Milk helped make the video — he's the guy who directed The Arcade Fire's "The Wilderness Downtown." I saw Danger Mouse at the bar last night. I really did. I should have "interacted" with him. [Via TwentyFourBit]
* As Consequence of Sound reports, Austin City Limits is announcing their lineup via a series of scratch-off lotto tickets. Novel concept, but the cards are only available at Austin-area businesses. Alleged ACL artists thus far include My Morning Jacket, Fleet Foxes, Empire of the Sun, Delta Spirit, J. Roddy Walston and the Business, Cee-Lo, Chromeo, Smith Westerns, Hayes Carll, Modest Mouse, Lykki Li and Morrissey.