They don't care about the young folks, yet they employ a children's choir
Peter Bjorn and John have debuted a new song — on Kanye West's blog.
Gigwise confirms that "Led Zeppelin" will tour this fall without Robert Plant. That's effing stupid.
Y'all heard about this Jay-Z/Radiohead mashup album? (Jaydiohead, they call it.)
The Macworld expo is happening right now, and the news includes a new pricing scheme for iTunes.
AV Club has an interview with Craig Robinson (aka Darryl from The Office).
The New Yorker takes on Bon Iver.
Slate's 2008 movie club is another one of the site's great conversational features, in which critics trade letters about a topic of interest. This time, of course, it's about the year in movies, and the all-female critics panel has a lot to say (about the movies and about being an all-female critics panel).
Related: What are the 50 worst movies of the year?
HBO scored exclusive rights to air the opening ceremony of Barack Obama's inauguration.
Pitchfork has an interview with Abe Vigoda — the sick LA weird-punk band, not the character actor.
Should Coolio stop using the N-word? Cue the Wale track...
Here's a shocker: Lance Bass is hoping for an 'N Sync reunion. Good luck getting Justin on board for that one. (Speaking of Justin, it's going on three years since FutureSex/LoveSound; hopefully something new is in the pipeline.)
Zac Efron as Billy Joel on Robot Chicken? What?
Lastly, here's a video for "In the Room Where You Sleep" by Dead Man's Bones, which appears to be an LA-based goth children's choir thing led by Ryan Gosling (no lie).