Monday, January 14, 2008

that's the anthem

The Golden Globes were somehow even more lame this year, with the results announced in a half-hour telecast last night. If you care to hear the artists' reactions, they're up at USA Today.

Hey, I saw The Orphanage this weekend -- I went in with little to no expectations and ended up with the bejeezus scared out of me. Sure, it sort of falls apart in the end, but ... what doesn't these days?

Mixtape Monday has some info on We Got it for Cheap, vol. 3.

Courtney Love thinks Ryan Gosling should play Kurt and Scarlett Johansson should play her in Heavier Than Heaven, the doomed $60mil biopic set to start filming later this year. Hell, if Joaquin can play Johnny Cash ...

Big day for Stephen Malkmus fans -- you can stream "Dragonfly Pie" here and download "Gardenia" here. Both are from his new album with the Jicks, Real Emotional Trash.

Rotten Tomatoes manages to squeeze a few tiny details out of Daniel Craig RE: Bond 22.

Michel Gondry talks Be Kind Rewind, next month's Jack Black/Mos Def riot.

PopMatters puts together an ├╝ber-clever list of The Best Happy Music/Violent Image Scenes.

Language Log talks about The Wire. Worlds collide.

Jamie Lidell is (sort of) premiering some new material on YouTube. How 2.0 of you, Jamie.

PopMatters has an interview with one of my favorite songwriters, Jason Molina of Magnolia Electric Co.

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