Method Man was also attacked at last weekend's Gathering Of The Juggalos. He was hit with what looked like a full beer can during his performance, leaving his face bloodied. —TMZ
Meanwhile, Insane Clown Posse's Violent J says he and fellow ICP member Shaggy 2 Dope warned Tila Tequila there was a rumour that Juggalos might throw stuff at her during her performance, but she laughed and didn't care. He still says it shouldn't have happened though and wishes their fans hadn't done it. —TMZ
Ice-T has been cleared of unlicensed driving charges filed against him last month. It turns out the Department Of Motor Vehicles wrongly said his license had been suspended because he didn't have insurance, when the car he was driving was insured and registered in New Jersey. If the judge hadn't dropped the charges, would Ice-T have told him to "eat a hot bowl of dicks"? —Associated Press
Tegan And Sara, Hollerado, Broken Social Scene, Tokyo Police Club and Hot Hot Heat are among the nominees for this year's CASBY Awards, which are handed out annually by Toronto's 102.1 The Edge. You can vote for your favourite artists here.
Indie rockers Saint Etienne are going to provide the theme song and score for Maryoku Yummy, a new children's TV show they described as "Teletubbies meets Spirited Away." —The Guardian
Jason Bonham and his band will tour North America this fall, performing Led Zeppelin songs under the Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience moniker. Hopefully he's smarter than his dad and avoids mixing ham sandwiches with tons of vodka. —Yahoo!
Wayne Coyne has been tweeting nude (or nearly nude, at least) photos of his wife, Michelle. You're such a 16-year-old, Wayne. —Twitter
You can be naked on the Internet, but not in public. Erykah Badu has just paid a $500 U.S. (about $520 Canadian) fine for filming her "Window Seat" video nude in Dallas. —MTV News
Remember that bit from yesterday about Julian Casablancas wanting to write a theme song for the New York Mets? Turns out he also wants to produce Pearl Jam. Hey, at this point, Pearl Jam can't get any worse, so... —Rolling Stone
The trailer for I'm Still Here, Casey Affleck's documentary about Joaquin Phoenix's hip-hop "career," has appeared online. Whether Phoenix was actually serious about it or not, you've got to admit that "I'm a mountaintop water drop" is the best line you've heard in a while. Almost better than Zach Galifianakis' "wolf pack of one" from The Hangover, but not quite.
No Age have released a 10-inch single that comes with a book by artist Brian Roettinger. Only 1,000 of them have been made, and you can order one for $17 U.S. (about $18 Canadian) here.
Kate Nash is coming back to North America this fall. —MySpace
Marilyn Manson and Evan Rachel Wood have broken up again, effectively ending their engagement. Let's hope they don't get back together again eight months from now because they're kind of becoming the freaky, gothy, straight equivalent of Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson. —People
Dual Canadian hotties tour 2010: Hannah Georgas and Royal Wood are touring Canada together this fall. —MySpace