DJ/Rupture is putting out an EP featuring James Franco and Kalup Linzy, Turn It Up, on his Dutty Artz label. More info here.
Boing Boing posted an article on MAC and the Antique Phonograph Music Program. You can also see MAC in 3D here from his recent Bryant Park show, complete with video.
Noah Uman of Coffeebreak for Heroes & Villains produced a reissue of D-Nice's Call Me D-Nice.
Kurt Gottschalk has written a “little book of fictions, sixteen stories set in New York City – with a drawing by Maria Levitsky. It's called Little Apples and you can find it here and read a review of it here.
Henry Lowengard's new iPhone/iPad app "synthicity itself" is in the app store. It's a fun and simple polyphonics multitouch synthesizer. See it here. See Henry's other apps here.
Mike Lupica started an mp3 mixtape on his blog, read my back, that is entirely sourced from WFMU's Free Music Archive. Hear the first mixtape here.
Chris T recently produced and hosted Addicted America, a two-hour SiriusXM special with Bob Forrest (Celebrity Rehab and Sober House) and special guest Dr. Drew about the scourge of prescription painkiller abuse. Chris will produce an upcoming series of specials with Bob on Road Dog Trucking Radio (SiriusXM 106), where he continues to co-host the daily three-hour talk show Freewheelin' and DJ The Midnight Ramble in Outlaw Country (Sirius XM60, midnight-4 a.m.).
The Onion's A.V. Club interviewed Tom Scharpling of The Best Show on WFMU.