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Real flyer on Grand Ave. 'HIPSTERS ONLY Please!' (via @adelaloconte)
Guy Fieri, Smashmouth frontman Steve Harwell and Sammy Hagar are teaming for what is likely to be the most exclamation-point-filled cookbook of all time. Also, maybe the worst.
Bruce Springsteen plays again in NJ
tonight tomorrow. Meanwhile check out his setlist from last night.
Fiona Apple got busted for hash possession at the same Texas checkpoint that got Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson. She's out on bail, but tonight's ACL Live show is canceled (which means no pictures tonight on the BVAustin Instagram).
Speaking of Austin, Ume is funding a new record via Kickstarter.
Speaking of Kickstarter, Gawker discusses their accountability problem, Amanda Palmer included.
Meanwhile, if you're looking for backers for your Kickstarter, Forbes listed the 400 richest Americans, Oprah Winfrey, David Geffen, Steven Spielberg, and George Lucas included.
Speaking of money, Iggy Pop, Wayne Coyne, Ben Folds, Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney and more will appear as guests on Ke$ha's new album, Warrior.
The first track from Neurosis's new LP Honor Found in Decay has slipped out. Stream "At The Well" at NPR now.
more stuff below...
Right-wing music critic Hal Clapp (who looks suspiciously like Bob Odenkirk) review's The Soft Pack's funky new single "Bobby Brown" in this video:
Little Pete from The Adventures of Pete and Pete calls Lindsay Lohan a hypocrite.
The Pop Music Hall of Fame is set to be constructed in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania which is fairly close to Pittburgh. Iinitial nominees include The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, and more.
Samsung mocks people who think Apple's new iPhone is "the next big thing".
Metallica posted several career spanning recordings of live concerts to their site, LiveMetallica.com.
Edvard Munch's The Scream will go on view at The Museum of Modern Art for a period of six months beginning October 24.
Time Magazine named the 50 greatest websites and, no, BV did not make the cut.
Best Coast loves Green Day.
Queen guitarist Brian May loves badgers.
Everybody loves the '90s, apparently.
Oh here's that Sifl & Olly video we mentioned:
Sifl & Olly Episode 1: Kinetic Demo
Last but not least,. Dirty Projectors are "About To Die"!
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