AV Club has an interview with Tommy Wiseau of The Room. Read it!
Kanye West and Spike Jonze debuted a bizarre short film in LA.
Speaking of famous filmmakers named Spike, 20 years after Do the Right Thing, The Root interviewed director Spike Lee about the landmark film.
HipHopDX has a feature on Cleveland natives (and John Ross pals) The Kickdrums, one of the hottest new names in hip-hop production.
Dominic Monaghan (Charlie) was seen lunching with Lost producer Damon Lindelof. That adds a layer of intrigue to the highly ambiguous promo that supposedly was about Monaghan joining a different ABC drama.
The late Elliott Smith's car is for sale for $4,000.
In other dead rock star news, an unreleased Jeff Buckley song is seeing the light of day.
Target has proclaimed Sonic Youth an "artist on the verge." Hah. Also, the scandalous T-shirt mystery has been solved, and Paste interviewed Thurston Moore.
So much a cappella today: The Lonely Island's "I'm On a Boat" and Dirty Projectors' "Cannibal Resource."
The Pirate Bay's founders were sent a court summons via Twitter.
Lastly, The Roots used their gig on Fallon to premiere the title track from their new album. Here's the Curtis Mayfield-reminiscent "How I Got Over."