June is more than halfway through, which means publications will take the chance to recap the best music of the year so far. AV Club kicks things off with a list of top tracks. You know Lil Wayne is on there.

They also revisited the film that started that annoying joke of adding "Electric Boogaloo" to the name of every sequel for "comedic" value.

You can now buy the new Girl Talk album online at a price of your choosing, Radiohead-style.

KISS are not such big fans of that Radiohead method.

Understandably, people at Bonnaroo weren't too happy about waiting until 4:40 a.m. for Kanye West.

But at least Kanye didn't release a tape of his former friend and rapping associate crying. Man up, Young Buck.

Even if he wrote "Teenage Kicks," it's hard to take this guy seriously anymore as a youth representative if he thinks kids want to pay for music.

Conan O'Brien recently did a guest DJ set on Santa Monica's KCRW. Listen here.

Meanwhile, Sasha Frere-Jones and former New York Times reporter Jeff Leeds are discussing art vs. commerce and changes in the music industry on Frere-Jones' blog.

Regarding a different Sacha, Mr. Baron Cohen: His Bruno movie will be released next May.

Is this Guns 'N Roses leak for real or what?

More links after the jump...

June is more than halfway through, which means publications will take the chance to recap the best music of the year so far. AV Club kicks things off with a list of top tracks. You know Lil Wayne is on there.

They also revisited the film that started that annoying joke of adding "Electric Boogaloo" to the name of every sequel for "comedic" value.

You can now buy the new Girl Talk album online at a price of your choosing, Radiohead-style.

KISS are not such big fans of that Radiohead method.

Understandably, people at Bonnaroo weren't too happy about waiting until 4:40 a.m. for Kanye West.

But at least Kanye didn't release a tape of his former friend and rapping associate crying. Man up, Young Buck.

Even if he wrote "Teenage Kicks," it's hard to take this guy seriously anymore as a youth representative if he thinks kids want to pay for music.

Conan O'Brien recently did a guest DJ set on Santa Monica's KCRW. Listen here.

Meanwhile, Sasha Frere-Jones and former New York Times reporter Jeff Leeds are discussing art vs. commerce and changes in the music industry on Frere-Jones' blog.

Regarding a different Sacha, Mr. Baron Cohen: His Bruno movie will be released next May.

Is this Guns 'N Roses leak for real or what?

More links after the jump...

Wondering what's been inspiring Man Man lately?

Those who liked 24 Hour Party People might be interested in this "24-hour intelligent conversation."

Good news for fans of The Office: Steve Carell says he and the rest of the cast are committed for at least three more years.

Some dude named Santo Gold has sued Santogold.

Variety is counting down 10 screenwriters to watch.

Life on Mars is the latest TV pilot to leak.

Matthew Perry is starring in a pilot for Showtime in which the first thing we hear him say is the C-word.

Speaking of Showtime, the creator of Weeds is considering a spinoff that is "pretty like The Hills." What could that mean?

Ludacris has launched a new website that purports to mark "the end of the recording studio."

Status Ain't Hood offers a "secret history" of country-rap.

Again: No actors' strike, please.

Who is Little Boots? Download a free mixtape to find out. (And then tell me because I seriously don't know.)

Last but not least, apparently now you can play Rock Band on Facebook.