From across the universe, West Coast Sound has compiled a quick digital dump of music stories spanning the internutz, interpreted though the lens of the 17th century Japanese poetic form, the Haiku.

Far East Movement thrives,

Dio may be dead, but his

weird house can be yours.

All the news fit to blog. Late metal singer Ronnie James Dio's Encino house goes up for sale, Bad Religion prepares for their 30th birthday, Brits plot (John) Cage Against the Machine X-Factor prank, and Daft Punk reveal Tron soundtrack.

See pictures of Ronnie James Dio's house and read his real estate agent's description here:

Eminem, Lady Antebellum Expected to Lead 2011 Grammy Nominations

Bad Religion Celebrates 30th Anniversary with New Album & Book

John Cage's 4'33'': the festive sound of a defeated Simon Cowell

Asian Hip-Hop Group Finds Fans Among L.A. Latinos

Nicki Minaj, Jay-Z Big Winners At 2010 BET Hip-Hop Awards

Daft Punk's 'Tron: Legacy' – First Listen

Daft Punk gives 'Tron: Legacy' a pulse and power [updated]

Inside Ronnie James Dio's Mansion!

Wanna buy Dio's house? Here are the details:

Price: $3,333,000

Address 4634 ENCINO Avenue

City Name: Encino


Zip: 91316

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 5

Square Ft: 5057

Area: Central South SFV (CSF)

County Name: Los Angeles

Schools LAUSD

Type: Single Family

Full of Grace and Old World charm this 5 BD/5BA 5,000 plus sqft English mansion was built w/custom original pieces taken from Europe. Features include 200 year old wood flrs from France, pub bar from the Kings Arms in Chiqwell Essex, England c. 1820 & custom stained antique windows from the 18th & 19th centuries. Spacious cooks kitchen w/all Viking & Meile products. Master BD w/ antique cathedral windows imported from England c. 1790, hand-painted Griffin wall paper as seen in Greystone Manor, 2 walk-in closets, hardwood flrs & master BA. Downstairs level includes a custom built music studio.

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