Jailhouse rock?

The Daily Swarm fed me quite a few good links today, including these twin terrors:

The New York Post reports that Charles Manson has reached out to Phil Spector in hopes of a jailhouse collaboration.

Meanwhile, Marilyn Manson is embroiled in a feud with the always-evocative music criticism site Buddyhead.

Wunderkind gone wrong Ben Silverman is leaving NBC Universal after a relatively unsuccessful run as co-chairman.

EW has coverage of last weekend's Comic-Con in San Diego, including the Lost panel (of course).

Nearly seven months into 2009, Spin published its list of the year's 20 best albums so far. We do agree on quite a few of them, but I can't stand by that Peter Bjorn and John record. (Sigh.)

Pitchfork has an interview with Sunn O))). Bizarrely, so does ESPN.

Despite his recent collaboration with the Beastie Boys, Nas still thinks hip-hop is dead.

Is that Gathering of the Juggalos infomercial the greatest YouTube clip ever? Is ICP in on the joke?

AV Club chats with outgoing Doctor Who producer Russell T. Davies.

True Blood may have inspired its own drink. No blood included (I think...).

Lastly, Woods' new video for "Where and What Are You?"