THE RAVEONETTES' video for "She Owns the Streets" is pretty on the nose.
BEACH HOUSE shared songs from Bloom at WFUV's Studio A.
LIARS stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.
MY BEST FIEND bring their atmospheric psych-rock to the KEXP studio.
FIELD REPORT gets featured with a download twofer from World Cafe: Next.
LEMON PIPERS: "Green Tambourine." Actually heard this on the street the other day.
SOUL ASYLUM: Dan Murphy and Dave Pirner talk to the Mpls Star-Tribune about old haunts and new challenges as they drop their first disc in six years.
BLOC PARTY: Kele Okereke talks to Rolling Stone about readying the band's lo-fi album, Four, due in August.
ANDREW BIRD talks to Rolling Stone about hip-hop and his barn.
R.E.M., ranked by Stereogum.
KRISTEN STEWART reportedly had a fling with the married director of Snow White and the Huntsman. That might explain why Robert Pattinson denies rumors he will be marrying Stewart soon.
MICHAEL JACKSON: Tito Joe Jackson, aka TJ, the 34-year-old son of Michael Jackson's brother Tito, is having his lawyer draft legal docs in a bid to become temporary guardian of MJ's 3 kids. However, Tito is having none of it.
CHRISTIAN BALE was in Aurora, CO, Tuesday visiting victims of Friday's movie theater shooting.
MIRANDA KERR denies rumors she and Orlando Bloom could be headed for divorce.
KATIE HOLMES got flustered in an interview the day before her plan to divorce Tom Cruise went public.
MODERN FAMILY cast members Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara have filed suit today in Los Angeles Superior Court to void their contracts.
SHERMAN HEMSLEY, best known as George Jefferson on "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," is movin' on up to that deluxe apartment in the sky. He was 74.
MARIAH CAREY will reportedly earn about 18 million to judge American Idol, even higher than initial reports.
SAUDI ARABIA: The government freed five women who are linked to al Qaeda leaders and operatives. Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has demanded their release in exchange for a diplomat who was captured in Yemen; the Saudi government denied that the women's release is related.
IRAN: Alarmed by signs that Assad could well lose power, Iran is scrambling to retain influence in Syria, its staunchest Arab ally through three often turbulent decades. Also, Iran seems to have been hit again by a bizarre computer attack forcing nuclear plant workstations to pump the song Thunderstruck by heavy metal band AC/DC through the speakers at full volume.
SYRIA: Does the Syrian arsenal include a hoard of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction secretly smuggled out by Saddam Hussein in the days before the 2003 US-led invasion of his country?
JINX: Not quite down with the whole dog show.
JELLYRAT: US scientists have used rat cells and silicone to create an artificial jellyfish that swims and pulses just like the real thing.
A DOG births a CAT(?)...
MUTANT FOXES may be on the loose in the English countryside.