Lunch Break Links: Remembering Alex Chilton

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Pitchfork and The Guardian pay tribute to Alex Chilton. The Big Star frontman died last week at age 59.

Meanwhile, Paul Westerberg, Chilton's most famously devoted disciple, remembered his hero with an op-ed in The New York Times.

MGMT's new album "Congratulations" is streaming in full at their website.

New songs from The Hold Steady and Stone Temple Pilots are out there for the listenin', too.

Pete Doherty may have supplied the drugs that killed British heiress Robin Whitehead.

Independent Film Channel is getting some cool new content, including Onion News, David Cross, Will Arnett and Kids in the Hall.

The new Rolling Stone looks into Jimi Hendrix's final days.

This is a pretty cool way to syndicate "Curb Your Enthusiasm".

DIY promoter Todd P's post-SXSW, Mexico-based MtyMx Festival suffered some setbacks but happened anyway.

We end with "The Longest Shadows", the latest video from High Places, who'll play The Summit April 5.