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June 29, 2004


"It is dark in that itís an ode to the Hindu goddess Kali which is about destruction but she is also the goddess of creation. You realize that you have to destroy so that new things can be rebuilt." Saul Williams talks about his new book, , said the shotgun to the head with Suicide Girls.

Franklin Bruno has written a book about Elvis Costello's Armed Forces album for Continuum's 33 1/3 series, and I'm excited about the convergence of a great album and a favorite songwriter. The book is scheduled for an April 2005 release.

The Guardian talks to the people who coined the term "world music" eleven years ago.

Yet another live Streets review, this time from Chart Attack.

Salon profiles Jeff Tweedy and Wilco.

"You have to believe that everything you do is for the last time," he said. "You may not get another chance. The idea of getting something right the next time, at some time in the future, is completely alien to me." Robert Smith talks to The Globe and Mail about his band, the Cure, and their new album.

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