Since I am a total Pavement fanboy, let's start with Pitchfork's interview with Stephen Malkmus about his forthcoming album, Real Emotional Trash.
The Golden Globe nominations are out.
Stereogum announced the winners in its reader poll, the Gummys. In this video clip, the Human Giant guys announce the top three albums.
British mag Fact released its top singles list, and it's one of the more idiosyncratic roundups I've seen so far. Good for them.
Kerrang's list is also... unusual. And funny.
What's all this about Lost moving from Wednesday?
Gingerbread House. Funny.
The striking writers are pressuring their representatives to get back to the negotiating table. Make it happen!
Haven't there been enough reality shows about Orange County?
Will Arnett will appear in the Knight Rider movie. Or, rather, his voice will.
You can stream Lupe Fiasco's new The Cool at Subterranean.
Esquire wonders how to get Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime" out of your head.
In the "blogs I link to excessively" category: Status Ain't Hood does what it does best, chronicling a rapper's strange behavior, while Suburbs hands out its 2007 TV nominations for the Pop Culture Hall of Fame.
Supposedly you can hear Bill Murray's whisper to Scarlett Johansson in Lost in Translation here. I don't know if I want to know.
Finally, R.I.P. Ike Turner. I think. And wow this headline is bonkers.