Lunch Break Links: August 14, 2007
The soundtrack to I'm Not There, Todd Haynes' film about Bob Dylan, sounds nearly as intriguing as the movie.
The poxed-up Cline gave an interview to PopMatters (likely pre-pox).
For its series on Diamond-selling records, Stylus looks back at Fleetwood Mac's Rumours.
Wait a minute, you mean HBO might not renew Flight of the Conchords? WTF? (Also, John From Cincinnati is toast.)
I'm still eagerly anticipating the Arcade Fire/LCD Soundsystem show at LC Pavilion Oct. 5. Turns out the pair are putting out a split 7-inch, which only serves to increase my delight.
This week Spinner is streaming albums by Junior Senior, the Rentals and You Say Party! We Say Die!, among others.
Idolator has a video interview with Tokyo Police Club.
NME is streaming M.I.A.'s new album, Kala.
AV Club interviewed D.L. Hughley.
Is this really necessary? And doesn't a jump drive defeat the locked-in sequence of a mixtape?
If it wasn't for the fact that this month bore me (and my dad, for that matter), I might agree with this anti-August screed.
Finally, this has nothing to do with pop culture, but I thought I should post it anyway.