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August 5, 2004


Author Michael Chabon gave the keynote speech at Comic-Con 2004's Eisner awards. "My son Zeke is here tonight. Hes seven, and he likes comic books. In 1944, if you were a seven year old, you probably knew a dozen other kids your age who were into Captain Marvel and the Submariner and the Blue Beetle. When I was seven, in 1970, I knew three or four. But in his class, in his world, Zeke is unique."

Jeff Tweedy talks to the Montreal Gazette. "The world will make what it wants of what you're doing and you just have to be faithful to your process."

Suicide Girls interviews two talented musicians, Mark Mothersbaugh and John Vanderslice.

Kianna Alarid of Tilly and the Wall talks to the Las Vegas Mercury. "All I know is that the people who end up liking us instantly become our little soulmates."

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The Miami New Times reviews the first show of the Curiosa tour.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch talks to Caitlin Cary of Tres Chicas. "I consider the profile of my fans to be the 50-year-old man. That's the alt-country model. When we played in Augusta, there were all these young girls in the show. When I talked to any one of them, I was like, 'Thank you so much for coming to our show.' I was so excited that they were under 30 and liked our music."

The Christian Science Monitor talks about "guy novels that guys don't seem to read."

Flagpole features the first Athens Popfest.

Also from Flagpole, a short history of Happy, Happy Birthday To Me Records.

Also this weekend in Athens, the Pabst Blue Ribbon Ball (aka the PBR prom), hosted by Patton Oswalt and featuring the Rosebuds, Troubled Hubble and the Radar Brothers Friday night. Saturday night features an ESG cover band, featuring members of Elf Power, Of Montreal and Macha.

Atlanta's Creative Loafing interviews Liz Phair's tourmates on the "Chicks With Attitude" tour (including Nina Persson from the Cardigans).

Charlotte's Creative Loafing lists nine "'minor' recordings that should stand the test of time." To call Surfer Rosa or The Stone Roses "minor" should be a felony....

Tim Gray of Gomez talks to the Cleveland Free Times. He says about the band's new album, Split the Difference, "It wasn't so much a decision to not be experimental as a decision not to subject the world to our experimental adventures for a little while."

LA Weekly interviews Autolux.

The Macon Telegraph talks to Drive-By Trucker Mike "the Stroker Ace" Cooley.

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