This Foo Fighters tour rider is pretty comical. (Thanks, Duff.)

In another cool conceit, AV Club had Death Cab's Ben Gibbard interview his friend Mark Kozelek of Red House Painters and Sun Kil Moon (aka my new obsession... yes, I'm late to the game).

Wondering what's new with Patrick Stewart?

In case you heard the nasty rumor, don't worry: Nate Dogg is not dead. (Although you may remember he had a stroke back in January.)

In honor of tomorrow's The Office finale, TV Guide counts down TV's worst bosses. And speaking of worst, was last week's episode the worst ever?

The CW announced its fall lineup.

I've never been too keen on them, but some of you would probably enjoy a new Mates of State song, no?

Personally I'd be more jazzed about new Oxford Collapse material. (Perhaps you remember this monumental 2006 jam?)

Pitchfork.tv's new live footage of Bon Iver takes me back to the band's striking performance at SXSW. Watch "The Wolves (Parts 1 and 2)" below, or check all five songs here.

More links after the jump...

This Foo Fighters tour rider is pretty comical. (Thanks, Duff.)

In another cool conceit, AV Club had Death Cab's Ben Gibbard interview his friend Mark Kozelek of Red House Painters and Sun Kil Moon (aka my new obsession... yes, I'm late to the game).

Wondering what's new with Patrick Stewart?

In case you heard the nasty rumor, don't worry: Nate Dogg is not dead. (Although you may remember he had a stroke back in January.)

In honor of tomorrow's The Office finale, TV Guide counts down TV's worst bosses. And speaking of worst, was last week's episode the worst ever?

The CW announced its fall lineup.

I've never been too keen on them, but some of you would probably enjoy a new Mates of State song, no?

Personally I'd be more jazzed about new Oxford Collapse material. (Perhaps you remember this monumental 2006 jam?)

Pitchfork.tv's new live footage of Bon Iver takes me back to the band's striking performance at SXSW. Watch "The Wolves (Parts 1 and 2)" below, or check all five songs here.

More links after the jump...

Michael Moore is making a sequel to Fahrenheit 9/11.

In similar news, a new HBO movie about the 2000 election debacle is, of course, drawing criticism.

If you get around to it, check out Slate's procrastination issue, which includes the suggestion that the Japanese actually drag their feet more than Americans do (impossible!).

Neil Young now has a species of spider named after him.

If you want some serious spoilers for Lost, Grey's Anatomy and more, go here. And could the Lost finale be a tearjerker?

The New Yorker ranks the top 100 essential jazz LPs.

Check out this mixtape by Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein.

The Daily Swarm has clips from Leonard Cohen's first concert in 15 years.

This isn't necessarily pop culture related, but it's worth a read.

Lastly, RIP author Oakley Hall and artist Robert Rauschenberg.