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July 1, 2004


"In my lyrical style, I try to go for something straightforward. To me, a song about wanting to hold someone's hand can be more meaningful than having some kind of overbearing, over-the-top proxy for a new generation." The Reverend Horton Heat explains his songwriting style to the Las Vegas Mercury.

"Though it suffers from some injudicious editing and occasional repetitiveness, Moanin’ at Midnight is finally a heroic study that succeeds in giving a larger-than-life figure a human size." LA City Beat reviews Moanin' at Midnight: The Life and Times of Howlin’ Wolf, the first full-length biography of the legendary bluesman.

John Sakamoto publishes yet another great Anti-Hit List for Toronto's Eye.

NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates lists her "literary equivalent of two weeks at the beach."

"The less attention we get, the better," he says. "The more obscure we become, the better. I'm looking forward to a completely obscure future." Gibby Haynes talks to the San Antonio Current about the Butthole Surfers, his side projects, and motorcycles.

The St. Petersburg Times lists "reasons to know Brian Eno."

The Boston Globe reviews Tuesday night's Aimee Mann show.

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