I love when all the blogger-friendly rappers get together for a track like "Swagger Like Us," an M.I.A.-sampling collaboration between T.I., Jay-Z, Kanye West and Lil Wayne. Kanye calls it "RAP'S OLYMPIC TEAM!" Not sure how I feel about Yeezy's new vocoder fixation post-"Put On."

Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney are rumored to be performing at Yankee Stadium's closing ceremony.

McCartney is also playing a $4 million gig in Israel.

American Idol is adding a fourth judge.

Bjork has called out journalists for latent sexism, specifically in regard to who did what on 2001's Vespertine.

The New York Times wonders: Why don't TV stars watch TV?

AV Club counts down 26 evil, awful or just plain stupid educators in TV and film.

Spinner is streaming new albums from The Verve, Backyard Tire Fire, Lee "Scratch" Perry and more.

The OC's Benjamin McKenzie might be coming back to TV.

Pretty interesting what music people are ashamed to listen to.

EW's listy ways continue with the top 25 sports movies of the past 25 years.

The TV Addict has an interview with Lance Reddick of The Wire, Lost and Fox's new Fringe.

Pitchfork has an excerpt from staffer Amanda Petrusich's new book on Americana, It Still Moves.

And speaking of It Still Moves, the band that made the album by that title, My Morning Jacket, are in the video below. They bizarrely covered Erykah Badu's "Tyrone" at a concert in Dallas. Even more bizarrely, Badu joined them. Check it, then follow the jump for the new video from No Age.

I love when all the blogger-friendly rappers get together for a track like "Swagger Like Us," an M.I.A.-sampling collaboration between T.I., Jay-Z, Kanye West and Lil Wayne. Kanye calls it "RAP'S OLYMPIC TEAM!" Not sure how I feel about Yeezy's new vocoder fixation post-"Put On."

Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney are rumored to be performing at Yankee Stadium's closing ceremony.

McCartney is also playing a $4 million gig in Israel.

American Idol is adding a fourth judge.

Bjork has called out journalists for latent sexism, specifically in regard to who did what on 2001's Vespertine.

The New York Times wonders: Why don't TV stars watch TV?

AV Club counts down 26 evil, awful or just plain stupid educators in TV and film.

Spinner is streaming new albums from The Verve, Backyard Tire Fire, Lee "Scratch" Perry and more.

The OC's Benjamin McKenzie might be coming back to TV.

Pretty interesting what music people are ashamed to listen to.

EW's listy ways continue with the top 25 sports movies of the past 25 years.

The TV Addict has an interview with Lance Reddick of The Wire, Lost and Fox's new Fringe.

Pitchfork has an excerpt from staffer Amanda Petrusich's new book on Americana, It Still Moves.

And speaking of It Still Moves, the band that made the album by that title, My Morning Jacket, are in the video below. They bizarrely covered Erykah Badu's "Tyrone" at a concert in Dallas. Even more bizarrely, Badu joined them. Check it, then follow the jump for the new video from No Age.

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