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We have a serious treat for you. Earbits has the premier of a brand new track by Future Wave powerhouse, Night Drive. And, it’s amazing.

For everyone out there patiently awaiting the upcoming Night Drive album, here’s a dark electro-pop re-imagination of Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” paired with LCD Soundsystem’s “Too Much Love”. This is what you might expect if Jimmy Page and James Murphy had a child in a dystopian NYC landscape, circa 2041.

I never thought that Led Zeppelin would have an actual Facebook page (an OFFICIAL Facebook page), but, apparently, they do. And, for the last couple of days, they’ve been utilizing the site as a marketing tool for some sort of mysterious project.

On Saturday, a simple image of the word “FIVE” in Led Zeppelin-style writing/color scheme appeared on the band’s page.  On Sunday, they posted “Four” and today they posted the roman numeral three.  It appears as if the announcement is set to arrive on Wednesday, but its still entirely unclear as to what exactly the band is planning to announce.

Google has had some cool homepage logos throughout the years, but none of them have come close to today’s theme.  Okay, maybe the day when the logo was a playable Pac Man game was better, but today’s theme is still pretty awesome.

The company is honoring Les Paul’s birthday today, which occurred on this day in 1915.  Aside from creating one of the most iconic (and best) guitars of all time— the Gibson Les Paul —Paul was integral in the development in many modern studio techniques such as multi-track recording.  The man is responsible for many of the instruments that have created popular music throughout the years as well as the process in which that music was recorded.  Paul died in August of 2009 at age 94, but he left behind an overwhelmingly impressive legacy in the music community.