First Dibs: What Can Fans Expect From 98 Degrees’ New Album?

Snoop debuts his new app, the lineup for this year’s Austin City Limits is announced, and Vampire Weekend’s new album is available for streaming.

  • Pop group 98 Degrees may have grown musically, but the members assure fans they’re still the same boy band from the turn of the millennium. You know, despite the fact that they’re full-on adults now. [MTV]
  • Ever wanted to enhance your phone’s photos with G-funk era stickers? Well, now there’s an app for that. Snoop, er, Lion has released Snoopify, which will allow users to create “Snoop-themed masterpieces” to share on various social networks. [The Guardian]
  • Austin will be the place to be in early October, as the Austin City Limits Music Festival spreads to two weekends this year. The lineup includes Atoms for Peace, Toro Y Moi, Kendrick Lamar and many others. [Pitchfork]
  • Fans only have to wait one more week until Vampire Weekend’s Modern Vampires of the City drops. Until then, hit up iTunes to stream the LP. [Vulture]