Lunch Break Links: Indie rock's best albums, biggest website

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Amazon published a list of the 100 greatest indie rock records. I suppose they want you to buy them. Stereogum has commentary.

Pitchfork TV has a video interview with U2, and founder Ryan Schreiber is a finalist for Time's list of the world's 100 most influential people. I can't believe how massive this site has become.

They also have an interview with Fever Ray, which is much more of an old-school Pitchfork move.

Jimmy Fallon is trying to reunite the cast of Saved by the Bell.

Green Day's American Idiot is becoming a stage production in the Bay Area.

I want this pillow.

PopMatters wonders what Blender's demise means for the music industry.

All Points West might be your best option for summer festival season.

EW debates whether to watch American Idol or Lost live on Wednesday nights.

Speaking of Lost, here are some vintage Dharma ads.

Lastly, people are going gaga over Prince's three-night run on The Tonight Show. Here is the first performance, "Ol' Skool Company." The other two are viewable here.