Lunch Break Links: October 2, 2007
On that note, Largehearted Boy has started rounding up free album streams and MP3s for a feature called Try It Before You Buy It.
In the wake of Beirut and Gogol Bordello, Stylus offers a bluffer's guide to modern Balkan music.
Pitchfork posted a playlist of its favorite new tracks and videos from September. AV Club, on the other hand, looks back at the country's biggest pop hits of the month (i.e. culture nerd returns to the mainstream for a moment to see what he's missing).
Did you know "Axl Rose" was an anagram for "oral sex"?
MUCH more after the jump...
Mad Decent has a remix of M.I.A.'s awesome "Paper Planes" featuring Bun B and Rich Boy.
"Boy band svengali" Lou Pearlman: More effed up than you thought.
EW has Tim Gunn's take on the new designers of Project Runway.
There's a new MySpace page featuring the musical guests of Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
So good to have Pop Candy back in my life. Consider these links:
•An interview with Reaper's Ray Wise.
•A list of the 30 greatest ghosts in pop culture.
•A bunch of behind-the-scenes videos from The Darjeeling Limited.
•An interview with Creed Bratton from The Office.
Finally, enjoy this six-minute clip from I'm Not There, Todd Haynes' weird Bob Dylan movie, about which Paste has more details: