The Guardian is already fed up with best-of-decade lists, and it's not even November yet. Better brace yourself, Guardian.
For their next project, The Flaming Lips will cover Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety.
AV Club seeks out the best road-trip mixtape music.
They also did a Random Roles feature with former SNL star Rachel Dratch.
Rolling Stone's new Madonna cover story reveals that the pop icon doesn't think much of her classics, but she loves her crappy new material.
Wanna see three stills from the upcoming fourth season of Friday Night Lights?
Luckily none of the fans at Jemina Pearl's Columbus concert flicked lit cigarettes at her, or else she would have made them bleed.
What's this about lingerie football?
Bono: Still writing columns for The New York Times.
The Times also has an in-depth look at how online radio sites like Pandora discover your music taste.
Which TV stars will break out and become A-List movie stars?
Digging this cello interpretation of LCD Soundsystem's "Someone Great."
Could Sarah Michelle Gellar's HBO pilot be dead?
Lastly, here is "We Were Once a Fairytale," the new short film collaboration between Spike Jonze and Kanye West. It's mildly NSFW and highly strange. If the YouTube stops working, just click to dtrain.tv.