Death Cab For Cutie has taken over Stereogum for the day.

Idolator, however, has editor Maura Johnston in charge as usual, and she wonders if Coachella's drop in attendance is actually the bottom dropping out of the festival market.

Also, Napster is bringing back MP3s, but this time you have to pay for them.

Thanks to Pop Candy for pointing out the rules of Shotgun (which, as well all know, are very simple and very clear).

TV Guide continues unveiling its dream Emmy ballot, but no Benjamin Linus? Surely they jest!

Nas changed his controversial album title.

One of the few ways reality TV one-ups most scripted TV: It showcases the working class. (The Wire, of course, showcased the working class just fine, but nobody watched it except TV critics, and even that's doubtful...)

Wanna know what's on Peter Moren's iPod? (You know, the one who's friends with Bjorn and John.)

Many more links and a video to boot after the jump...

Death Cab For Cutie has taken over Stereogum for the day.

Idolator, however, has editor Maura Johnston in charge as usual, and she wonders if Coachella's drop in attendance is actually the bottom dropping out of the festival market.

Also, Napster is bringing back MP3s, but this time you have to pay for them.

Thanks to Pop Candy for pointing out the rules of Shotgun (which, as well all know, are very simple and very clear).

TV Guide continues unveiling its dream Emmy ballot, but no Benjamin Linus? Surely they jest!

Nas changed his controversial album title.

One of the few ways reality TV one-ups most scripted TV: It showcases the working class. (The Wire, of course, showcased the working class just fine, but nobody watched it except TV critics, and even that's doubtful...)

Wanna know what's on Peter Moren's iPod? (You know, the one who's friends with Bjorn and John.)

Many more links and a video to boot after the jump...

OK, so when they said "Desperate Housewives time warp," they meant the show would jump five years in the future, which it did for Sunday's finale. Interesting...

David Byrne will perform "The Songs of Byrne and Eno" on tour this fall.

David Bowie, meanwhile, is embroiled in a controversy over the use of his songs in an upcoming musical.

Remember Sports Night? A 10th anniversary DVD set is coming soon.

John McCain appeared on SNL last weekend, completing the show's presidential trifecta. Steve Carell hosted and appeared in this The Office parody in which Ricky Gervais unveils the real original series: the Japanese version.

Does "Waffle House Jukebox" deserve to be its own genre?

The following is a video from Radiohead's In Rainbows animation contest. Go here for more. (Thanks, Pitchfork.)


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