RADIOHEAD performs The King of Limbs in its entirety...From The Basement.
DEAD MAN WINTER stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.
KATE BUSH has an interview plus tracks at World Cafe.
FRESH MILLIONS do the four free songs thing for Daytrotter.
JON SPENCER & the BLUES EXPLOSION erupt at KEXP.
NINE INCH NAILS: Cover Me presents a tribute to The Downward Spiral.
BON IVER treks Iceland in the video for "Holocene."
EMMY THE GREAT talks to the Paris Review about her broken engagement, patron saints and more...
FITZ & THE TANTRUMS talk to Magnifier about their non-stop hot sweaty mess dance party.
PITCHFORK at 15 concludes with a bunch of Top Fives of columns, selections from the long-running Guest List, screen-shots from Pitchfork's past, and links to features that helped to define a scene or sound.
BRIAN WILSON is doing an album of Disney songs; click through for "Heigh-Ho" and "Whistle While You Work."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Help rises to the top of the chart with 20.5 million, powered by the book's fans, some racial contoversy and Disney marketing. Not many summer dramas do well; this one has racked up 71.8 million domestic against a 25 million budget in a little over two weeks. (I wrote last week this could be a phemon; looking more like it today.) Rise of the Planet of the Apes sinks just a notch to second with 16.3 million; the 93 million reboot prequel has now taken in 133.8 million domestic, with close to another 100 million overseas. Spy Kids: All the Time in the World is third with 12 million, the lowest opening ever for this franchise; even so, with a mere 27 million budget, most of the pain here will be felt by the audience. The Conan reboot opens in fourth with 10 million against a 90 million budget -- Ouch! The Smurfs round out the Top 5 with an estmated 8 million, though the debut of the Fright Night remake's estimated 7.9 million may result in a flip when the final figures are in. Kinda sad, as Fright Night got shockingly good reviews for a remake of an 80s horror classic. One hopes good buzz turns into legs, but the studio may be kicking itself for not waiting amonth or so on this one.
KIM KARDASHIAN's wedding pics sell for 1.5 million dollars.
CHARLIE SHEEN & BROOKE MUELLER: Together again?
LINDSAY LOHAN is suing the rapper Pitbull for a line in his mega-hit, "Give Me Everything," for a disparaging lyric about her.
DANIEL RADCLIFFE's mystery girlfriend is revealed.
GWYNETH PALTROW: Rude to the help?
JERRY LEWIS, contra prior reports, will host this year's Labor Day weekend Muscular Dystrophy Association. UPDATE: Not so fast. You'll never walk alone, but apparently, Jerry will.
SID & MARTY KROFFT talk to The A.V. Club about what the future holds for H.R. Pufnstuf as well as the origins of their career, their disappointment over the Land Of The Lost movie, and the fine line between Charles Nelson Reilly and the character he played on Lidsville.
10 TV CHARACTERS who saved their shows.
LIBYA: Rebel fighters streamed into Tripoli as Gaddafi's forces collapsed and crowds took to the streets to celebrate, tearing down posters of the Libyan leader. Sky News and The Lede have been live-blogging the breaking news.
AFGHANISTAN: Southern Helmland province suffers its third turban bombing of the summer. Turbans aren't searched at security checkpoints out of "cultural sensitivity." Probably great comfort to the dead and their families.
BARANOV the SEAL has an itch.
A "COW WHISPERER," helicopters and infrared cameras: no effort is being spared to find Austrian runaway cow Yvonne, who escaped slaughter in May to seek refuge in a Bavarian forest.
A BABY ELEPHANT in a raincoat. Cute, and very sad.
A FUNERAL-CRASHING BOA CONSTRICTOR has been nursed back to health and is ready to be adopted.
A CAT and a BABY DEER, cuddling together...Mass hysteria!