Buzz Bites (4/17/13): Hear Snippets Of 'The Great Gatsby' Soundtrack With Florence + The Machine, Lana Del Rey, And More

Hear snippets from Jay-Z produced "The Great Gatsby" soundtrack, Daft Punk reveals "Random Access Memories" track list via Vine + Jack White invites fans to record vinyl on Record Store Day in today's Buzz Bites.

Listen to snippets from "The Great Gatsby" soundtrack.

+ Listen to snippets from the "The Great Gatsby" soundtrack. Produced by Jay-Z, it features Florence + The MachineLana Del Rey, the xx,, and more. The Beyoncé/Andre 3000 duet of the late Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" is not available to hear just yet. It will be featured on the deluxe edition. (Rap-Up)

+ Daft Punk revealed the track list for Random Access Memories in a creative way: They shared it via Vine. Watch the 13 songs flash by in 6 seconds, and also hear their tune "Get Lucky" with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, which was featured in an ad that ran during "Saturday Night Live." (Pitchfork)

+ If you're in Nashville on Record Store Day this Saturday, Jack White invites you to cut your own record on vinyl! His Third Man Records label has a one-of-a-kind vinyl record recording booth, which he's opening to the public. Watch his Raconteurs bandmate Brendan Benson demonstrate how it works. (Rolling Stone)

+ Listen to's bumpin' collab with K-pop phenoms 2NE1, "Gettin' Dumb." The track appears on's forthcoming #willpower, which streets April 23. (Billboard)

+ Selena Gomez was a total pro during her MTV Movie Awards performance of "Come & Get It," but she did what most of us would do when she met Brad Pitt: She played it cool, and then hid under a table. "He was like, 'Can I have a picture with you?' I was like, 'Can I have a picture with you?'" she said. "He's so pretty." (MTV News)

+ French Montana has revealed the track listing to Excuse My French, which will be released May 21. Executive produced by Diddy and Rick Ross, it also features collabs with Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg, Drake, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, and more. (Rap-Up)

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