Lunch Break Links: Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

90s cult favorite indie rockers Shudder To Think have reunited.

AV Club interviews Brendan Fraser.

Filming on Quentin Tarantino's WWII epic Inglorious Bastards begins in October.

A medley of four new songs by The Streets is streaming at MySpace.

And a song by the drummer from Menomena, known as Lackthereof, can be heard here.

Michael Ausiello's TV scoop column includes some minor but possibly major Lost news, for those of us who are already desperately missing the island this off-season.

EMI is trying its hardest to cash in on Radiohead even after the band left the label. First, it was the best-of album. Now it's the vinyl reissues.

WTF Friday Night Lights?! I want more Smash, not less!

After being gone so long between Nos. 2 and 3, Portishead is back at work on a fourth album.

Today Billboard is the one honoring Sub Pop with a list of the label's top 20 moments.

Barack Obama name-checked Lil Wayne in a recent speech.

We end with a new video from Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene called "Hit the Wall" and, after the jump, live video of a new Modest Mouse song called "Satellite Skin."

"Satellite Skin":