OK, so local punks The Feelers are done. But legendary nerd rockers The Feelies are back!

Vanity Fair went inside Bob Dylan's brain through a detailed analysis of his satellite radio show.

It's not just the 10th anniversary of In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. Due to the nature of time, every other album that came out in 1998 is also turning 10 this year! (Applause.) Air's Moon Safari, for example.

You have to see the cover art for the new Islands album, although it may be NSFW.

And have you seen Lil Wayne's album art for The Carter III?

Don't think I've mentioned this yet: Darren Aronofsky (Pi, Requiem for a Dream) is developing a TV show for AMC. Apparently with Mad Men and Breaking Bad in the bag, they're the hip network of the day.

Chuck Klosterman wonders what became of all the money people used to spend on records. Idolator is right: His take on the decline of the music industry is pretty spot-on.

TV Guide has an excerpt from its The Office cover story.

Slate thinks political satire has gotten flabby.

New releases from The Breeders, Man Man, Clinic and more are streaming at Spinner.

Heard about Norah Jones' "secret" rock band, El Madmo? They signed to Conor Oberst's label, Team Love.

I heard Natalie Portman was in Devendra Banhart's video, but are they, ahem, together?

More links after the jump for realz.

OK, so local punks The Feelers are done. But legendary nerd rockers The Feelies are back!

Vanity Fair went inside Bob Dylan's brain through a detailed analysis of his satellite radio show.

It's not just the 10th anniversary of In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. Due to the nature of time, every other album that came out in 1998 is also turning 10 this year! (Applause.) Air's Moon Safari, for example.

You have to see the cover art for the new Islands album, although it may be NSFW.

And have you seen Lil Wayne's album art for The Carter III?

Don't think I've mentioned this yet: Darren Aronofsky (Pi, Requiem for a Dream) is developing a TV show for AMC. Apparently with Mad Men and Breaking Bad in the bag, they're the hip network of the day.

Chuck Klosterman wonders what became of all the money people used to spend on records. Idolator is right: His take on the decline of the music industry is pretty spot-on.

TV Guide has an excerpt from its The Office cover story.

Slate thinks political satire has gotten flabby.

New releases from The Breeders, Man Man, Clinic and more are streaming at Spinner.

Heard about Norah Jones' "secret" rock band, El Madmo? They signed to Conor Oberst's label, Team Love.

I heard Natalie Portman was in Devendra Banhart's video, but are they, ahem, together?

More links after the jump for realz.

Man, the Canadians are getting kind of screwed in the summer music festival game.

Is Axl Rose entering the reality TV game?

Nearly everybody AV Club interviews fascinates me. Today it's the dudes from Mythbusters.

National Geographic is running a documentary called Inside Straight Edge.

I love reading Tom Breihan write about rap feuds.

I feel like these stories from The Onion are more depressing than funny.

The New York Times has more on Project Runway's departure from Bravo.

Brooklyn Vegan has a full EP from new Secretly Canadian signees The War on Drugs up for free download.

Sub Pop is planning a 20th anniversary music festival for the summer.

PopMatters has an interview with Max Weinberg.

EW ran an old Charlton Heston interview from 1999.

Lastly, they also have a countdown of the 15 best performances in American Idol history. Here's No. 2...