Sorry for the late posting... technical difficulties. Anyhow:

AV Club has an interview with Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner. (Did you catch the season premiere last night?)

The Toy Zone has a bunch of famous album covers reconstructed with Legos. (via Idolator)

Shia LaBeouf was arrested for DUI.

Wanna hear Whitney Houston's big comeback single?

Russia is considering outlawing emo.

Spinner is streaming new albums from The Walkmen, Neil Halstead, The Rumble Strips and more.

One thing Comic-Con is good for: Lost news. (And why not some Heroes news too?) OK, and some more Lost stuff.

Stereogum has a new live Fiery Furnaces track and the sprawling tracklist for their upcoming double-disc album.

M.I.A. is apparently striking a chord with weed smokers.

Slate explains what's really killing land-line telephones.

Despite rampant tape nostalgia, The New York Times says a cassette revival will never happen.

Pitchfork has an interview with The Constantines.

EW counts down 14 milestones in blatant product placement.

Best Buy is getting into the musical instrument business.

A team of reality TV hosts will host the Emmys.

Chromeo's cartoony new "Momma's Boy" video closes out today's links session.