Lunch Break Links: August 3, 2007

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Pitchfork's M.I.A. interview is particularly illuminating.

R. Kelly is finally going on trial for those child pornography charges.

The first of those Now!-style indie rock compilations is coming out soon.

Stylus lists the Top 10 music geek accessories.

EW says Lindsay Lohan's film career is over.

AV Club rundown: A second look at Get Rich or Dy Tryin', news that William H. Macy is doing a show on TNT and Noel Murray writes about "the Antonioni/Bergman blind spot."

John Ross should enjoy this review: "Even Julia Stiles can't wreck The Bourne Ultimatum."

There are so many big movies right now that Hollywood is struggling to keep successful films in theaters.

Slate put an adult in those kids' shoes with wheels. Apparently they're called Heelys.

Dr. Dre's Detox is probably not happening until 2008. (via Idolator)

Wolf Parade fans: Brooklyn Vegan has an interview and mp3s from Dan Boeckner's other band, Handsome Furs.

More music: Ooh! A new LCD Soundsystem track, and it's a Harry Nilsson cover. (via Paper Thin Walls)

Peter Tork is blaming Jann Wenner for keeping the Monkees out of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Finally, any time Justin, Timbaland and 50 Cent are on the same screen...