Suddenly it's the end of the week already(!), and Pitchfork has several good bits of news:

•Bruce Springsteen has a new album coming out with the E Street Band.

•Les Savy Fav is commissioning fans to make a video for "The Equestrian," that song I posted yesterday.

•That Radiohead album that's not coming out this year probably features children.

•Got a complaint? Join the choir. No, seriously!

And in bad news, legendary jazz drummer Max Roach is dead.

Intensities in Ten Suburbs reviews the new Duran Duran/Timbaland/Justin Timberlake collaboration.

CDs are 25 years old. (That's one more than me.) (via Paper Thin Walls)

The Age has a Dave Eggers interview. (via LHB)

A new Eagles song is up at MySpace. Yes, those Eagles. (via Stereogum)

Lots of TV links, including speculation on the future direction of MTV, after the jump...

Suddenly it's the end of the week already(!), and Pitchfork has several good bits of news:

•Bruce Springsteen has a new album coming out with the E Street Band.

•Les Savy Fav is commissioning fans to make a video for "The Equestrian," that song I posted yesterday.

•That Radiohead album that's not coming out this year probably features children.

•Got a complaint? Join the choir. No, seriously!

And in bad news, legendary jazz drummer Max Roach is dead.

Intensities in Ten Suburbs reviews the new Duran Duran/Timbaland/Justin Timberlake collaboration.

CDs are 25 years old. (That's one more than me.) (via Paper Thin Walls)

The Age has a Dave Eggers interview. (via LHB)

A new Eagles song is up at MySpace. Yes, those Eagles. (via Stereogum)

Lots of TV links, including speculation on the future direction of MTV, after the jump...

A few days after cancelling John From Cincinnati, HBO announced it's giving creator David Milch another new show (but Deadwood movies don't look likely).

MTV is holding a big internal meeting Monday about "What does the M stand for, anyway?" Speculation indicates that the network is getting rid of music all together. (via AV Club)

TV Guide wonders whether TV is pushing the eroticism envelope too far.

A trio of TV links from Pop Candy:

•Dunder-Mifflin has a new web site, complete with a press release about Ryan Howard's promotion.

•New York Magazine has a feature on Mary-Louise Parker.

•NBC is putting its fall pilots on demand Sept. 10.

Finally, a TVTattle roundup:

•Desperate Housewives got kicked out of its soundstage in Hollywood to make room for The Tonight Show.

•A playwright with a name close to Josh Holloway (Sawyer from Lost) has taken a step to end confusion about who's who: He wrote a play called "Lost: How a Certain TV Mega Hunk Stole My Identity."

•The Hills shoots multiple takes of scenes. How "reality" of them.

•Hollywood loves Flight of the Conchords. (And why shouldn't they?)