CBS and Janet Jackson are off the hook for Wardrobe Malfunction '04!

EW has a feature on the future of Jay Leno, the most sought-after man in TV.

Speaking of late night TV, Jimmy Fallon will test out bits of his new show online starting this fall.

AV Club talks to the minds behind Rock Band, Harmonix Music Systems.

Could the Black Crusaders be after R. Kelly?

Did Ryan Adams steal a bunch of money from Courtney Love to make his 2003 album Rock N Roll?

Thumbs down to this: Soon neither Roger Ebert nor Richard Roeper (nor Gene Siskel, R.I.P.) will appear on At the Movies.

Man, the Emmys can't please critics or regular folks.

As they recover from their festival (video here, reviews here), Pitchfork leaves us with a list of 20 albums from this year that they feel have been overlooked (i.e. not hyped by them).

TV Guide has a guide to when and where to watch Friday Night Lights. EW also has some details on the show's upcoming season.

Paul McCartney joined Billy Joel to close out Shea Stadium.

Paste is streaming a new single from Calexico.

Slate asks, "When did covering somebody's song become such an insult?"

We finish with grainy but highly audible video of harpmistress Joanna Newsom performing a new song - on piano, no less - in London. Also, after the jump, some new Conor Oberst songs performed live in Brazil. (Thanks, Stereogum!)

CBS and Janet Jackson are off the hook for Wardrobe Malfunction '04!

EW has a feature on the future of Jay Leno, the most sought-after man in TV.

Speaking of late night TV, Jimmy Fallon will test out bits of his new show online starting this fall.

AV Club talks to the minds behind Rock Band, Harmonix Music Systems.

Could the Black Crusaders be after R. Kelly?

Did Ryan Adams steal a bunch of money from Courtney Love to make his 2003 album Rock N Roll?

Thumbs down to this: Soon neither Roger Ebert nor Richard Roeper (nor Gene Siskel, R.I.P.) will appear on At the Movies.

Man, the Emmys can't please critics or regular folks.

As they recover from their festival (video here, reviews here), Pitchfork leaves us with a list of 20 albums from this year that they feel have been overlooked (i.e. not hyped by them).

TV Guide has a guide to when and where to watch Friday Night Lights. EW also has some details on the show's upcoming season.

Paul McCartney joined Billy Joel to close out Shea Stadium.

Paste is streaming a new single from Calexico.

Slate asks, "When did covering somebody's song become such an insult?"

We finish with grainy but highly audible video of harpmistress Joanna Newsom performing a new song on piano, no less in London. Also, after the jump, some new Conor Oberst songs performed live in Brazil. (Thanks, Stereogum!)

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