NPR Music is streaming new albums by Broken Social Scene (hallelujah) and The Hold Steady (holla back).
And a new Blur song, the first in seven years? The gifts keep coming.
This isn't surprising or even necessarily disappointing (all good things must come to an end, and better not to string it out into infinity), but series creator Matthew Weiner wants "Mad Men" to end in 2012 after the sixth season. (Season four is filming right now.)
You know you're living in the future when you can play video games with your mind.
Whoa, NBC lost big money on the Olympics.
Sharon Stone is joining the cast of "Law & Order: SVU".
In other Sharon-related news, AV Club interviewed soul singer Sharon Jones.
It seems like there's a perfectly good explanation for why Desmond isn't in this final "Lost" cast photo... OR IS THERE?!?!
The New York Times explores the tenuous relationship between critic and artist.
"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane is directing a live-action movie.
R.I.P. Devon Clifford, drummer for You Say Party! We Say Die! I just referenced your band name last week.
We finish with the video for LCD Soundsystem's "Drunk Girls", directed by Spike Jonze.