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July 28, 2004

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RiloKiley.net has posted the lyrics for the band's upcoming More Adventurous album.

Luna Music is taking preorders for Guided By Voices' August release Half Smile of the Decomposed (cd & lp), the Scat Records release Bee Thousand: The Director's Cut (lp), and Tobin Sprout's Demos and Outtakes II (cd).

Elmore Leonard talks to the Telegraph about writing his latest novel, A Coyote's in the House.

Zach Rogue talks to ChartAttack about forming Rogue Wave through Craig's List, signing with SubPop and being compared musically to the Shins.

Portland State's Daily Vanguard interviews Sufjan Stevens, who talks about how faith plays a part in his songwriting, his last two albums and his fifty albums for fifty states project.

Nashville's Tennessean previews the Curiosa Festival, which hits town tonight at the Starwood Amphitheater.

Speaking of Nashville, I just learned of Opryland's Opry Plaza Parties, a series of Friday and Saturday night free outdoor shows. Pollstar lists Kelly Hogan and the Pine Valley Cosmonauts performing Friday night, along with Jon Langford & the Waco Brothers and Paul Burch & The WPA Ballclub.

The Financial Times reviews the Womad Festival of world music.

The Chicago Daily Herald reviews Monday night's Hives show at the Metro, as does Jim DeRogatis for the Sun-Times.

Who wrote the new Spiderman theme? The same guy who wrote the TV themes for "Green Acres" and "The Addams Family," of course.

The Calgary Sun reviews the new Marah album.

You can go home again... at least the Darkness can (temporarily).

Minneapolis's City Pages hates 1984 (the year, not the novel).


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