Lunch Break Links: New albums coming from M.I.A., The Hold Steady, Bonnie "Prince" Billy & The Walkmen

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Pitchfork has updates about upcoming albums by M.I.A. (out this June?), The Hold Steady ("Heaven Is Whenever"), Bonnie "Prince" Billy (March 23 on Drag City) and The Walkmen (double LP?).

EW has a handy rundown of the various "candidates" on this season of "Lost." Obviously, don't click on it if you're not up to date, although it seems to have been written before last night's episode.

Raaaaaaaandy (Aziz Ansari) and TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek released the first single from their collaborative comedy/hip-hop mixtape.

Prospects aren't good for a 2010 edition of the All Points West festival.

Charlie Sheen is going to rehab.

AV Club talked to "Arrested Development"'s Alia Shawkat.

The Hollywood Reporter has info on new TV pilots featuring beloved small-screen stars like Wayne Knight ("Seinfeld"), Romany Malco ("Weeds") and Jane Kaczmarek ("Malcolm in the Middle").

Is this really Bob Dylan rapping along to "Mama Said Knock You Out"?

We wrap with Pantha du Prince's Sasquatchy-y, tree creature-y video for "Stick To My Side."