Lunch Break Links: Godspeed returns!
Who else is psyched for the epic return of Canadian post-rock masters Godspeed You! Black Emperor? Never saw 'em live back in their day.
Pitchfork talked to Matt Stone about "South Park"'s best musical moments.
Wait, "Fringe" is doing a musical episode?
Spinner is streaming new albums by MGMT, fun., The Nels Cline Singers and more.
Another new song from The Hold Steady's forthcoming "Heaven Is Whenever" trickled out.
The Big Money offers a visual history of Girl Scout Cookies. I'm still clinging to my last few Tagalongs and Thin Mints.
"Friday Night Lights" cast a character charged with carrying on the legacy of Tim Riggins in season 5. (Remember, season 4 hasn't even aired yet on NBC.)
The Wall Street Journal explains how Black Eyed Peas became the most corporate band in America.
Department of Eagles is preparing a new album of old material.
Spike Jonze and Arcade Fire are collaborating on a short film? Intriguing.
We wrap up with HEALTH's video for "We Are Water".