Pitchfork has details on the Radiohead Best Of album-the one their old label is assembling without their permission. Cool album art, though.

This site compiles 11 short films, one for each track from Neutral Milk Hotel's In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. Some of them are worth watching.

Even though Lost is gone for a few weeks, Doc Jensen chimes in to assess the season so far.

NBC's fall schedule is interesting for three reasons. One: Friday Night Lights is officially back for 13 episodes starting next January. (They'll air first on DirecTV this fall.) Two: A spinoff of The Office is definitely happening. Three: SNL will air half-hour Thursday episodes for four weeks leading up to the presidential election. TV Guide has more details. Meanwhile, Alan Sepinwall wonders whether more Friday Night Lights fans will download episodes illegally to get their fix early.

Like Madonna and U2, Jay-Z has struck a major promotional deal with Live Nation.

Meanwhile, his protege Kanye West is launching a travel website for some reason.

Heard about this new MTV show Rock the Cradle, in which kids of rock stars try to make it big in the music industry?

John McCain is all about The Hills.

Maybe people shouldn't be viewing R. Kelly in such a playful light? But... "Real Talk," people! "Real Talk!"

I still can't believe Jimmy Kimmel Live is celebrating its 1,000th episode, and neither can he. Variety has a bunch of Kimmel content.

Speaking of late-night TV, here's a clip of R.E.M. getting interviewed by Stephen Colbert.

Follow the jump for the band's Colbert Report performance, plus more links...

Pitchfork has details on the Radiohead Best Of album—the one their old label is assembling without their permission. Cool album art, though.

This site compiles 11 short films, one for each track from Neutral Milk Hotel's In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. Some of them are worth watching.

Even though Lost is gone for a few weeks, Doc Jensen chimes in to assess the season so far.

NBC's fall schedule is interesting for three reasons. One: Friday Night Lights is officially back for 13 episodes starting next January. (They'll air first on DirecTV this fall.) Two: A spinoff of The Office is definitely happening. Three: SNL will air half-hour Thursday episodes for four weeks leading up to the presidential election. TV Guide has more details. Meanwhile, Alan Sepinwall wonders whether more Friday Night Lights fans will download episodes illegally to get their fix early.

Like Madonna and U2, Jay-Z has struck a major promotional deal with Live Nation.

Meanwhile, his protege Kanye West is launching a travel website for some reason.

Heard about this new MTV show Rock the Cradle, in which kids of rock stars try to make it big in the music industry?

John McCain is all about The Hills.

Maybe people shouldn't be viewing R. Kelly in such a playful light? But... "Real Talk," people! "Real Talk!"

I still can't believe Jimmy Kimmel Live is celebrating its 1,000th episode, and neither can he. Variety has a bunch of Kimmel content.

Speaking of late-night TV, here's a clip of R.E.M. getting interviewed by Stephen Colbert.

Follow the jump for the band's Colbert Report performance, plus more links...

Check out Marvel Comics' greatest mullets.

The creators of Smallville quit the show.

AV Club's latest interview is with Anna Paquin.

Matthew McConaughey could be playing the starring role in a Magnum, P.I. movie.

Radar has an interview with Will Arnett.

GQ's posthumous profile on James Brown is well worth a read.

Stereogum has a new track from Dodos, who will appear April 15 at Cafe Bourbon Street.

Elvis Costello is getting his own Canadian talk show.

Lastly, RIP krautrock pioneer Klaus Dinger.