From next week, the puns are to be themed. Imagine the wonders…
Ace southern-fried rockers Drive-By Truckers talk to the Cleveland Free Times about their upcoming record.
The Star ranks the top 20 Canadian albums ever, with a disturbing(?) lack of Lavigne.
The New Yorker bemoans the lack of soul in modern indie music.
Melissa Nadler continues to play the ‘ethereal card’ on her session at Daytrotter.
Pitchfork declares at least some love for The Boss.
The AV Club provides a well-needed, humbling guide to the work of Neil Young.
Uh oh, Slate and me disagree. Read their point though.
The new nouvelle vague to emanate from Romania? The Guardian thinks, maybe.
Viggo Mortensen discusses a good healthy activity: fighting in the nude. This is with The Telegraph.
The New York Times puts in a vote for Mad Men and Damages over Heroes.
Ugly Betty‘s Henry (Christopher Gorham) is packing some muscles under that sweatervest…
Ahhh, Zanessa celebrate Zac’s 20th birthday with a paparazzi-infested, hand-holding walk from a restaurant to their car.
Screenjabber are blogging from the London Film Festival, catch up with them here…
Who said modelling wasn’t dangerous?
That’s it for today… check back over the weekend for more postings!