Merge Records is streaming its entire 20th anniversary compilation, including Times New Viking's pretty sweet cover of Arcade Fire. (I would have liked a little more Rip It Off-style distortion, but this take is quite pretty.)
I'm proud to report that Kanye West is getting his own energy drink. And his own perfume!
EW has an interview with Amy Poehler, whose new show Parks & Recreation begins tonight.
If you're a fan of Danny McBride, you'll be glad to know that Eastbound & Down has been renewed.
As for some shows that won't be returning — namely Pushing Daisies, Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money — ABC was at least kind enough to schedule air dates for their final remaining episodes.
Stereogum is premiering a new Hold Steady song today.
Interesting theory: Did Frank Zappa come up with a business plan for file sharing in 1983?
Apparently, the recession may result in more people becoming DJs.
Here are the top 10 complaints about the new Beatles remasters that aren't even out yet.
Kill Rock Stars founder Slim Moon is writing a new column for The Daily Swarm called "Tell Rock Stars."
Interested in a 300 sequel? It might be happening.
Apparently Obama is a huge Entourage fan.
Lastly, here are Yeah Yeah Yeahs performing "Zero" on Later with Jools Holland. (Did you hear Animal Collective is remixing Karen O and co.?)