FatCat Records is streaming the new single from Frightened Rabbit, makers of one of 2008's most magnificent records, The Midnight Organ Fight. (They also put on a killer show at Skully's last fall.) So y'all go listen to that right now.
A script for the Arrested Development movie is finally in the works!
Apparently I missed some hubbub about right-wing politico Glenn Beck being a Muse superfan?
Gossip Girl is so desperate for ratings that they're planning a threesome between three major characters.
mtvU, the collegiate branch of MTV that still actually shows videos, announced the nominees for its annual Woodies awards.
Man, EW is always up David Letterman's butt. I don't doubt that Letterman bounced back well from his scandal with this apology, but it seems like half of Ken Tucker's blog posts are about the Late Show host. Young folks like me just don't care that much about Letterman, am I right? (And yes, if he's your late-night host of choice, I consider you an old-timer.)
Daft Punk didn't just score the new Tron movie, they'll appear in the film as well.
If you've got an Ian Curtis autograph, it may have been forged by his Joy Division bandmate Peter Hook.
Pitchfork interviewed Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo about all the recent WTF-ness associated with the band's upcoming album, Raditude.
Jay Reatard's band quit. Not surprising; dude seemed like a huge jerk last time I saw him live.
Let's bookend the links with another new track from a 2008 indie rock darling. This time it's the always-divisive Vampire Weekend, whose new track "Horchata" is streaming from this convenient widget. Enjoy: