Trent Reznor unveiled his first post-NIN project, How To Destroy Angels, a partnership with his wife, Mariqueen Maandig.
Conan O'Brien will appear on "60 Minutes" this Sunday to give his first interview since getting squeezed out of NBC. Meanwhile, A&E is running a program called "The Battle For Late Night."
As long as we're taking late night, I'm not that surprised David Letterman started a record label, but I certainly am surprised he made a pop-punk band the first signee.
Much-hyped European music-sharing site Spotify is joining forces with Facebook? Sounds potent.
Self-Titled has a long interview with John Lydon.
Did you know Gorillaz are working on an opera with "Watchmen" creator Alan Moore?
They took all the Hitler parodies off YouTube? Nooooo!!! Oh... looks like a few of them are still out there.
Wow, Pitchfork has scrubbed some regrettable reviews from its archives.
Wanna hear the lead-off track from Sleigh Bells' debut full-length?
AV Club continues to work its way through the "NOW! That's What I Call Music" compilations.
Who's ready for the Ozzy Osbourne biopic?
Horse Feathers' video for "Belly of June" wraps today's links party.