Anybody with even a passing interest in indie rock should check out Pitchfork.tv, the new online music video channel launched today by tastemaking music website Pitchfork Media. They've got exclusive performances from the likes of Radiohead, Liars (featured above) and Jay Reatard plus lots of great videos new and old. Seems like at least so far they've acheived their goal of becoming the music channel TV never delivered.

The parent site has an interview with Portishead.

They're also reporting that Radiohead announced the second leg of its North American tour, including a stop August 4 at Cleveland's Blossom Music Center.

In non-Pitchfork-related news, Charlton Heston died over the weekend. The LA Times has a tribute, while EW recaps the actor's best roles.

The Times, by the way, has officially retracted its "Diddy knew 2Pac was going to be shot in 1994" story.

The full Lollapalooza lineup is out, and I'm still salivating.

Baltimore's Virgin Fest announced its lineup too.

TV Guide has an impressive guide to returning TV shows, including links to video, photos, show previews and more.

More links after the jump...

Anybody with even a passing interest in indie rock should check out Pitchfork.tv, the new online music video channel launched today by tastemaking music website Pitchfork Media. They've got exclusive performances from the likes of Radiohead, Liars (featured above) and Jay Reatard plus lots of great videos new and old. Seems like at least so far they've acheived their goal of becoming the music channel TV never delivered.

The parent site has an interview with Portishead.

They're also reporting that Radiohead announced the second leg of its North American tour, including a stop August 4 at Cleveland's Blossom Music Center.

In non-Pitchfork-related news, Charlton Heston died over the weekend. The LA Times has a tribute, while EW recaps the actor's best roles.

The Times, by the way, has officially retracted its "Diddy knew 2Pac was going to be shot in 1994" story.

The full Lollapalooza lineup is out, and I'm still salivating.

Baltimore's Virgin Fest announced its lineup too.

TV Guide has an impressive guide to returning TV shows, including links to video, photos, show previews and more.

More links after the jump...

Feist was the big winner at the Junos, aka the Canadian Grammys.

Status Ain't Hood invites you to meet Lil Boosie.

Paul McCartney published an essay about Linda McCartney 10 years after her death.

In light of Britney Spears' turn on How I Met Your Mother, AV Club counts down 17 gimmicky cameos designed to boost TV ratings.

They also want you to prevent director Uwe Boll, known for his video game adaptations, from making any more films.

Jerry Seinfeld is reportedly a hero for his life-saving actions after a recent car crash.

According to a recent survey, Coldplay is the UK's top sleep inducer. No joke.

Scarlett Johansson's album art is kind of wack.

R. Kelly has a new single called "Hairbraider." Kind of strange, but I guess that's par for the course.

Lastly, here's a new Notwist video for "Where In This World."