Tracklist: Bjork passes on Spotify, for now


>> Last Night on Late Night: Canadian Jesse Eisenberg Tobias Jesso, Jr. did "How Could You Babe" on Fallon, new rock royalty Sleater-Kinney did least good No Cities to Love tune "Price Tag" on Meyers, Liv Warfield did "Catch Me If You Can" on Kimmel, Athens, Alabama act Alabama Shakes did new Sound & Color songs "Don't Wanna Fight" and "Gimme All Your Love" on SNL, and St. Nicki told Ellen about the time she only had 40 or 50 seconds to change from the "Anaconda" outfit into the "Bang Bang" outfit. Good times.

>> "To work on something for two or three years and then just, Oh, here it is for free. It’s not about the money; it’s about respect, you know? Respect for the craft and the amount of work you put into it. But maybe Netflix is a good model. You go first to the cinema and after a while it will come on ­Netflix. Maybe that’s the way to go with streaming. It’s first physical and then maybe you can stream it later." ~ Bjork

>> Full Stream Ahead: Yumi Zouma, EP II, Tuxedo, Tuxedo, Ed Sheeran, "Dirrty," (Christina Aguilera cover), Bonus: Thirdstory, "Style" (Taylor "Black & Gold" Swift cover)

>> i-D hangs out for a third time with bass-playing offspring of Police-man Sting (like father like daughter), Eliot Sumner.

>> Ariana Grande stared into one of the lazers for too long and for the rest of the show she saw Seth Rogen's face whenever she closed her eyes.

>> Faith No More bassist Bill Gould talks to Marvel.com about the King of Comics Jack Kirby, Nova, and the band's new song, "Superhero."

>> Monday Bummer: Pimp My Ride was a bunch of bullshit. Say it ain't so, Xzibit.

>> http://jezebel.com/britney-spears-smiles-an-appreciation

>> Madonna Rebel Heart World Tour on the way, y'all.

>> Jimmy Page talks to NPR about the making of Zeppelin's double LP masterpiece Physical Graffiti. Speaking of crusty of classic rock guitarists, this guy kinda looks like Keith Richards.