That there is the new Weezer album cover, says Spinner. Oh, Rivers, you crazy cowboy you!

Speaking of Spinner, this week they're streaming new releases from Flight of the Conchords, Tokyo Police Club, The Night Marchers and many more.

Pitchfork has an interview with Columbus-based indie rock vet Dave Pajo about his new metal band, Dead Child.

They also featured Columbus' own Sinkane in their "Forkcast" section.

And how does Pitchfork make so much ad money when they barely run anything but house ads?

It's starting to look like Chinese Democracy might actually come out this time.

Some Canadians messed with Jay Reatard, so Jay Reatard messed with some Canadians.

Are you aware that Fred Armisen and Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein have a comedy duo called ThunderAnt? Well, here's some of their material.

Oh, and have you ever seen Fred's 1998 guide to SXSW? Supposedly it is viewed as his transition from "Trenchmouth drummer" to "comedian who used to play drums in Trenchmouth."

30 Rock and Scrubs are switching time slots.

The Sarah Connor Chronicles is coming back for another season.

More links after the jump...

That there is the new Weezer album cover, says Spinner. Oh, Rivers, you crazy cowboy you!

Speaking of Spinner, this week they're streaming new releases from Flight of the Conchords, Tokyo Police Club, The Night Marchers and many more.

Pitchfork has an interview with Columbus-based indie rock vet Dave Pajo about his new metal band, Dead Child.

They also featured Columbus' own Sinkane in their "Forkcast" section.

And how does Pitchfork make so much ad money when they barely run anything but house ads?

It's starting to look like Chinese Democracy might actually come out this time.

Some Canadians messed with Jay Reatard, so Jay Reatard messed with some Canadians.

Are you aware that Fred Armisen and Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein have a comedy duo called ThunderAnt? Well, here's some of their material.

Oh, and have you ever seen Fred's 1998 guide to SXSW? Supposedly it is viewed as his transition from "Trenchmouth drummer" to "comedian who used to play drums in Trenchmouth."

30 Rock and Scrubs are switching time slots.

The Sarah Connor Chronicles is coming back for another season.

More links after the jump...

And who doesn't want to see a gallery of TV's sexiest stars?

IITS has started an unusual top villains list. Here's the first installment.

I love when Slate analyzes advertising. Today they break down Subway's "Five Dollar Foot-Long" ad.

Would last season's critically acclaimed cable shows have gotten the same credit on HBO?

I gotta say a Laser Cats movie would be pretty stupid.

This new show starring Alicia Silverstone could be interesting.

So how do you keep a record store profitable these days, anyway?

It's Earth Day, and in keeping with NBC's green week, Radiohead will appear on Conan O'Brien by video tomorrow.

I'm glad somebody else is wondering what happened to Pacino and DeNiro.