Lunch Break Links: Monday, July 7, 2008

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Pitchfork interviews Sub Pop founders Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman.

EW continues its "new classics" series with a list of the 25 new classic TV holiday episodes.

Taping for Elvis Costello's new variety show is underway, with Elton John, Tony Bennett, Lou Reed and Bill Clinton among the guests.

They are making that Toby Keith song "Beer For My Horses" into a movie. You read that right.

Also, in more sensible music-to-movie crossover news, RZA is making his writing-directing debut.

Rumors are swirling that a Friends movie could also be in the works.

Wanna hear a new Mogwai song?

Who is the best-selling British artist of the year so far? Duffy.

Interesting quote here from Kanye. Somehow I doubt we'll see him step away from the lime light.

Looking to kill some time at home, on the job, at the bar? Idolator passed on the idea to make a list of your favorite album from each year you've been alive.

Some blog called Hipster Runoff has a humorous piece about Girl Talk.

Reuters reports on Creation, the "Christian Woodstock."

Lastly, Bozo the Clown R.I.P.