Lunch Break Links: September 27, 2007

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Want to stream the new Bruce Springsteen record? Here you go.

AV Club talked to Iron & Wine's Sam Beam about licensing his music to movies, TV shows and commercials.

Slate looks at Hollywood's current obsession with Wall Street and rich people.

Idolator seems surprised that it's already been 25 years since Thriller. I'm surprised it's only been 25 years.

The Phil Spector case has been declared a mistrial.

The New York Times has a story about NPR's new youth-oriented morning news show, The Bryant Park Project.

Cool site alert: Dylan Messaging allows you to put your own message on Bob Dylan's famous cue cards and send it to your friends.

Jay-Z wants to name the Nets' arena after Rocawear. And could this be his new album cover?

The song list for Guitar Hero III has leaked. I'm psyched. (via Paste)

E! has video of Keifer Sutherland a few hours before his DUI arrest.

I like that Stylus goes out of its way to cover contemporary country. If we're going to give thoughtful consideration to Dem Franchise Boys, might as well give it to Brad Paisley too.

Spinner counts down rock's hardest partiers.

PopMatters reviews Marooned: The Next Generation of Desert Island Discs, a book I am interested in picking up.

Finally, here's a new MP3 from Hot Chip, who you might recall put on a fabulous show at the Wexner Center last fall.