M.I.A.'s new album, "/ / / Y / ", is streaming in full at MySpace.

EW suggests some actors to take over Dunder-Mifflin's Scranton branch after Steve Carell's departure from "The Office".

New episodes of "Beavis and Butthead" could be in production.

AV Club has an interview with Norah Jones.

Henry Ian Cusick a.k.a. Desmond from "Lost" is coming to "Law & Order: SVU".

PopMatters studies "The curious case (and continued disgrace) of M. Night Shyamalan."

The site also explores that time-honored topic of ironically appreciating bad movies.

The Quietus has an interview with Mark E. Smith of The Fall.

That Nike World Cup ad that I enjoyed so much: Is it cursed?

The women of "The Daily Show" have a message for their critics.

The new Strokes album keeps getting pushed back.

Lastly, Interpol is back, and their album is actually on schedule to come out on time. "Lights" is the first video from their self-titled fourth LP.