In The News: The Kinks, Jay Reatard, White Stripes, Superchunk, Antony And The Johnsons, Titus Andronicus, The Rentals, Archers Of Loaf And More

The first three landmark albums from the KinksKinks (1964), Kinda Kinks and The Kink Kontroversy (both 1965)will be released as two-disc deluxe editions via UMe on Tuesday, featuring rarities, single versions, BBC sessions and more … The late Jay Reatard’s 1998 debut, Teenage Hate, is being reissued by Goner Records on May 31 as a deluxe package, which will include tracks previously only available on cassette … Jack White’s Third Man Records has announced a “Vault package” of White Stripes material, featuring previously unseen and unheard footage, including the band’s final live concert in 2007 along with some of its very first recordings. This release is only available to Vault members, and newbies must register by the end of April in order to qualify for it … The Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival has announced its lineup for 2011, including Muse, Phish, Arcade Fire, the Black Keys, the Decemberists, Arctic Monkeys and many others. The fest will take place in San Francisco from August 12-14 … Superchunk’s out-of-print Here’s Where The Strings Come In has officially been reissued on CD and LP by Merge in honor of Record Store Day … Another Record Store Day release comes from Antony And The Johnsons, which released a 10-inch-vinyl version of their Swanlights EP. It will be available digitally April 26 via Secretly Canadian … Get ready, residents of New Jersey: Titus Andronicus fans from the Garden State have been invited to premiere the band’s new video for “No Future Part III: Escape From No Future” on April 29 in whatever way they see fit. Email for more info. The band will be performing that night in Hoboken … The Rentals have teamed up with the Red Cross and Ernest Jenning Record Company to release Resilience, an album that will benefit the relief effort in Japan. It features orchestral compositions by Lauren Chipman and Matt Sharp … The new album from Crooked Fingers, Breaks In The Armor, will see the light of day this October … Speaking of Eric Bachmann, Archers Of Loaf surprised fans by playing an unannounced set in January opening for the Love Language. Now, more fans can share the love, as the band will hit the road this summer for some reunion shows … John Wesley Harding’s Cabinet Of Wonders will have one more show this year. The April 22 NYC date will feature music, literature, comedy and more from the likes of Allison Moorer, Craig Wedren, Tanya Donelly and Mike DoughtyDead Meadow’s Peel Session (the first recorded in the U.S.) will be digitally released on May 10 via Xemu Recordings.

—Emily Costantino