Headliners: Live from New York, it’s Radiohead

NBC: Radiohead kicked off their trip to NYC for the season premiere of Saturday Night Live.

JColeMusic: Watch the video for J. Cole’s “Daddy’s Little Girl,” off Cole World: The Sideline Story, dropping this upcoming Tuesday. We all love a bad girl.

NPR: Beirut sweet, melancholy, and live on the World Café.

TMZ: Sly Stone—once one of the biggest names in soul music—now lives in a white van he routinely parks in the rough Crenshaw neighborhood of Los Angeles.

ATG: Pug in overalls? Pug in overalls.

ConsequenceofSound: If you really want to, you can listen to 60 more seconds of Lou Reed and Metallica’s collaborative album.

Stereogum: The top 10 most anticipated fall music festivals of 2011.

Palace5ive: Palace5ive’s new Redskins-inspired collection is ready for some football.

DatPiff: Taylor Gang signee Chevy Woods gets his turn to prove himself with The Cookout, a Khalifa-worthy 10-track tape.

Hypergate: An architecturally unique Yacht for all you seabound ballers.

OctobersVeryOwn: Drake reveals the album cover for “Take Care,” due out October 24.

Check out B.o.B f/ Lil Wayne’s “Strange Clouds,” off B.o.B.’s still-untitled sophomore album.

MP3: B.o.B – “Strange Clouds (feat. Lil Wayne)”

Headliners: Rick Ross Is A Real Bawse

GQ: An amazing interview with Rick Ross.

Facebook: Chromeo write a letter, remembering their close friend DJ Mehdi.

Pitchfork: R.E.M. break up.

ESPN: Washington Redskin DeAngelo Hall will be going for Tony Romo’s ribs on Monday night.

NME: Guns N’ Roses announce first US tour in 5 years.

Billboard: Spotify has 2 million global users.

Resident Advisor: Behind the scenes with Jonathan Galkin, label manager of DFA Records.

Flavorwire: Lana Del Ray and 9 other things killing indie rock.

MP3: Lana Del Ray – “You Can Be The Boss”

Morning Links: Stream The Hunter

Blabbermouth: Stream Mastodon’s new album, The Hunter, in its entirety.

Vimeo: EMA drops an artsy new video for “Marked.”

Disco Naïveté: Our favorite girl Alex Winston sings “Velvet Elvis” under a big ol’ plane in Berlin.

Hypebot: Spotify responds to indie label pullouts from its service.

DCist: Capital Bikeshare celebrates hits a million rides for its first birthday.

TNW: Virtual MIDI’s a gamechanger for iOS music production.

Box Office Mojo: Drive did $12,000,000 at the box office on opening weekend. Still waiting on figures for the amazing soundtrack. Here is a sample.

STREAM: College – “A Real Hero (ft. Electric Youth)”


ESPN: Saturday night, Floyd Money Mayweather Jr. got a head butt, a kiss and a hug from Victor Ortiz.

Uproxx: A free version of the awesome MOG On-Demand music service is now live.

LATimes: This year’s Emmy Awards favored Modern FamilyMad Men, and Charlie Sheen.

Buzzfeed: On a related note, check out the Official Charlie Sheen “Crazy Train” Playlist.

Entertainment Weekly: Rebecca Black announces a “new video” coming soon. Expectations soar.

Marshall Kirkpatrick: Atlanta based Mariachi Cabos covers Pink Floyd’s “The Wall.”

Rap Radar: Mac Miller unveiled the album cover and release date (Nov. 8) for his debut album Blue Slide Park. Bubblegum!

WaPo: Redskins beat Arizona, move to 2-0 and alone in first in the NFC East.

J. Crew: J. Crew ups the ante for their upscale men’s collection by introducing pieces from Wallace & Barnes.

Gorilla Mask: Deep thoughts from car crash survivor George Lindell: “Reality hits you hard, bro.”

A$AP Rocky decided to go ahead and leak a new track “till the wave develops above sea level.” Whatever that means, we like it.

MP3: A$AP Rocky – “Trilla (Ft. A$AP Twelvy & A$AP Nast)”

Morning Links: New Frank Ocean Video

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Pitchfork: Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good” music video.

Stereogum: The 40 Best New Bands of 2011.

The Fader: Das Racist’s New Album by the numbers.

Metacritic: The absolute best and worst movie remakes since 2000.

Paste: Which celebrities could double as musicians?

Nerve: Snoop Dogg set to play part of pimp in new movie. Not a lot of surprises there.

Daily Beast: Quick recaps of last season’s cliffhangers before fall shows return.

OneThirtybpm: Thom Yorke creates a remix for XFM.

Dots & Dashes: New Lana Del Ray, potentially a demo? Gonna go ahead and say it will be on the album.

MP3: Lana Del Ray – “Diet Mtn. Dew”

Morning Links: Neon Indian Played Fallon

Pitchfork: Get the details on Kanye West and Rhymefest’s failed TV show for Comedy Central.

NME: Kelis “racially abused” at London airport.

Stereogum: New Avey Tare music video.

HP: Rescuers use Ozzy Osbourne music to locate lost child.

SPIN: Check out SPIN’s 26 Fall albums that matter most. I told them to do 27. They said no.

BYT: (e)merge art fair kicks off next week.

Billboard: Calle 13 sweeps Latin Grammy nominations.

DMN: Biggest Summer music festival? Sziget Festival in Budapest.

STREAM: DJ Mehdi – “Tunisia Summer Mix”

Morning Links: Second Round of CMJ Artists Announced

CMJ: Oberhofer, Casiokids, Bag Raiders and more are announced as part of the second batch of bands playing this year’s CMJ Music Marathon.

Hypebot: Turntable.fm secures $7 million in funding and gets its own iPhone app.

WaPo: “Hail to the Redskins” gets the Spanish treatment: “Viva Los Redskins.”

AbsolutePunk: Childish Gambino is hitting the road again.

NME: The mag’s got a full stream of the Subways’ third full-length, Money and Celebrity.

ATG: $10 advance tickets are still available for All Things Gold 003 this Thursday, September 15th. Get ‘em while they’re still hot.

Darwin Deez warps Alex Winston’s “Velvet Elvis” into a goofy rap song a la Wonky Beats. Ain’t nothing wrong with that.

MP3: Alex Winston – “Velvet Elvis (Darwin Deez Kill The Bitch Edit)”

Morning Links: Free Fest Draws More Than 50K Fans

USAToday: If you were lucky enough to snag a ticket (as 50,000 fans were), Virgin Mobile Freefest rockkkkked.

OctobersVeryOwn: OVOXO’s own unleashed three new joints today. Listen to “Club Paradise” + “Free Spirit” + “Round of Applause.”

CBS: President Obama addressed the crowd attending “A Concert for Hope” at the Kennedy Center commemorating the tenth anniversary of 9/11.

WaPo: Redskins beat the Giants 28-14 in season opener! Bad timing, though, really.

Filmdrunk: What we’ve all been waiting for! The porn version of Bridesmaids!

XXLMag: Jay-Z accused of being a luxury slumlord? Jigga what?!?!

NPR: A.A. Bondy never surprises but always delivers.

PCWorld: If you got an invitation to Google’s Music Beta service and use an iPhone or iPad, get excited: Google Music now has a web app for iOS.

LA Times: How Bassnectar became one of the biggest draws in electronic music without any press or hipster baiting.

P4k: Check out Elliot Smith’s high school band, Stranger Than Fiction’s “The Real Estate.”

Vimeo: That synched up Dark Side of the Moon / Wizard of Oz mashup you’ve been looking for (via Brian Pugh).

Can’t get enough of Babygoose (Ryan Gosling)? Enjoy his little folk number from Blue Valentine.

MP3: Ryan Gosling – “You Always Hurt The Ones You Love”

Morning Links: The Real Scene In Berlin

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Resident Adviser: RA explores the Real Scene in Berlin.

NY Mag: Hear all of Kanye West’s “Huh’s”, “Hah’s” and “Heh’s” from Watch The Throne.

Huffington Post: HuffPo’s first e-book A People’s History of the Great Recession.

Daily Swarm: Meet Philip Zdar, pop’s avant garde auteur of choice.

Business Insider: Snoop Dogg is ready to take over as CEO of Yahoo.

Rolling Stone: Reggae king Jimmy Cliff takes back his crown.

Metal Insider: The Bronx declares September 14th “Anthrax Day”. For the band.

NME: Beyonce accused of wearing prosthetic baby hump at VMA’s.

Pitchfork: Morgan Spurlock spends a day in the life of Girl Talk.

MP3: Bon Iver – “Beth/Rest (Solo Piano Version)”

Morning Links: Kanye, The Musical

LA Times: Australian thespians deliver “Kanye: The Musical”. Russel Crowe, get at it.

E Online: My Chemical Romance drummer fired for stealing.

Billboard: Hanson covers Weezer’s “Troublemaker” when all we really want is more “MMMBop”.

NME: New Order announce two comeback benefit shows without Peter Hook.

RollingStone: George Harrison documentary premieres at Telluride.

Deadline: Eddie Murphy in talks to host Oscars. Norbit 2 in the works?

MTV: Madonna prepping for Spring album release.

Stereogum: Nika Roza Danilova delivers a new “goth-pop” tune.

STREAM: Zola Jesus – “Seekir”