SHE & HIM play "The Christmas Waltz" and "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" on the TV circuit for Twofer Tuesday.
NEW RELEASES from Dropkick Murphys, Dog Year, The White Buffalo and more are streaming this week at Spinner.
RYAN ADAMS stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.
CHARLES BRADLEY stopped by WNYC's Soundcheck for a soulful live performance.
GUIDED BY VOICES drops the 44-second "So High" in advance of Let's Go Eat The Factory.
SHEARWATER is streaming "Breaking the Yearlings," from their Valentine's Day disc Animal Joy.
SCHOOL OF SEVEN BELLS drops "The Night" ahead of Ghostory.
ISLANDS drops "This Is Not a Song" from their upcoming LP.
THE BLACK KEYS talked to Weekend Edition about the band's new album, El Camino. They stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session, and play "Lonely Boy" and "Gold On The Ceiling" for Twofer Tuesday.
THE DOORS: Greil Marcus explains their enduring appeal to All Things Considered.
KATHLEEN EDWARDS talks to Paste about recording her new album, Voyageur (co-produced by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon).
THE WAR ON DRUGS, interviewed by The National's Aaron Dressner.
THE STONE ROSES: A history of the reunited band from Exclaim. (Thx, Chromewaves.)
BRADGELINA: The kids wonder why Pitt and Jolie aren't married like Shrek and Fiona.
CHARLIE SHEEN posted Brooke Mueller's bail Saturday morning, according to RadarOnline.
ROBERT PATTINSON, famously tied to co-star and real-life girlfriend Kristen Stewart, hopped into the back of a car with a female friend, 27-year-old actress Sarah Roemer, the other night in LA . Oh noes!
BLAKE LIVELY was spotted leaving Ryan Reynolds' Boston apartment Monday morning.
TOM CRUISE claims he would not turn down a Bollywood film. And being Tom Cruise, you tend to believe he means it.
BRITNEY SPEARS: How she spent her 30th birthday.
ROSIE O'DONNELL is engaged to partner Michelle Rounds.
CHRISTIE BRINKLEY owes the IRS over 500K in her uptown world.
STAR TREK: Peter Weller has joined the cast of the upcoming sequel, but not Benicio Del Toro.
THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO: Sony is at war with New Yorker critic David Denby... over a good review?
EGYPT: A runoff Monday for Egypt's first-round parliamentary elections exposed tensions between competing Islamist parties that have so far dominated the vote.
PAKISTAN's decision to evict the United States from a Predator-drone launching base will have little impact on the CIA's ability to strike terrorists in the country's austere tribal areas because the US built backup bases in Afghanistan, a senior defense official said.
AFGHANISTAN: An international conference Monday on the future of Afghanistan was overshadowed by a public display of bad blood between the United States and Pakistan, the two nations with the greatest stake and say in making Afghanistan safe and solvent.
IRAQ: The American Embassy in Baghdad has placed sharp new restrictions on how government workers can travel inside the walled-off International Zone, citing serious threats of kidnapping and terrorist attacks across Iraq and near the embassy's own doorstep.
CORGI in a snow tunnel.
SNAKE in a Christmas Tree.
WOOLY MAMMOTH to be brought back to life from bone marrow within five years. What could go wrong?
ESCAPED TURTLE just can't get the publicity of the Bronx Zoo cobra.
HAPPY FEET: Lucky the Penguin has a special sandal to help with his limp.