Lunch Break Links: Best of decade lists trickling in

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

My old pal Rohan Mahadevan has been writing about music for a site called The New Gay. This week he published the first installment of his top 50 albums of the decade. I'm especially digging his high placement for Jim O'Rourke, Primal Scream, The Books and The Walkmen.

Intensities in Ten Suburbs is still counting down the definitive singles of the decade as well.

Was Zack Morris on 'roids for Saved by the Bell: The College Years?

Those who loved Raekwon's Cuban Linx II will be psyched that Method Man is working on a new record with Rae and Ghostface.

EW wonders what TV shows you're breaking up with this fall.

Resident Advisor reports on the artists that are changing dubstep: Joker, Gemmy and Guido.

David Mamet's Diary of Anne Frank movie may have hit the skids.

Slate delves into the life of a Major League groundskeeper.

The Independent reports on the current state of fanzine culture.

Mos Def thinks Jay Leno is a "banana face."

Finally, Fool's Gold (the band, not the hip-hop record label) offers up our featured video of the day, "Surprise Hotel."