Lunch Break Links: Beyonce serenades the prez, America's rock critics speak
First of all, this video of Beyonce singing "At Last" during last night's presidential first dance is pretty damn touching.
The results are in and The Village Voice's annual critics' poll, Pazz + Jop, is out. I'm bummed that I turned in my ballot before I remembered how great Ne-Yo is.
Here are a few more Lost links before tonight's season premiere, starting with the latest column from Doc Jensen. His theories are especially out there today. TV Guide has a less heady guide to help you remember where things left off, although they don't seem to realize that Ben was teleported to the Middle East after he turned the frozen donkey wheel. (Total noobs!) And how about interviews with Michael Emerson and Jorge Garcia?
Are Animal Collective the new Hall and Oates?
Paste has an interview with William H. Macy.
Andrew WK has released an album of J-Pop covers.
Sonic Youth is chronicling their recording process on Twitter.
Is Amy Winehouse really in the proper headspace to be running her own record label?
We can all rest securely knowing that Shia LaBeouf is off the roads.
Premiere has 11 films for Obama's Netflix queue.
Mad Men will be back in July.
Finally, for their new Prospekts March EP, Coldplay slapped some lyrics on the instrumental track that opened Viva La Vida. The result is "Life In Technicolor II." Here's the video.