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August 20, 2004


Sony's official bootleg site has shows from Pearl Jam, Modest Mouse and Phantom Planet available.

Relish reviews the new Drive-By Truckers album, The Dirty South. "Few albums rock as hard and unfold with as much dynamic impact as The Dirty South. The Truckers donít wear fancy outfits, they donít sell millions of discs, but they carry their integrity with honor. There isnít a better rock íní roll band toiling in the clubs of America. This band matters."

Philly's City Paper lists their "hits (and misses)" in music books this summer.

Heraclitus sayz is a new mp3 blog focusing on lo-fi indie rock.

The Vail Daily News asks two local bookstores for their "top 10 reads."

*sixeyes is linking to legal downloads every day, he caught my attention with his John Vanderslice post.

ClickZ chimes in on blogs, link love and blogging ethics.

The Guided By Voices bulletin board Disarm the Settlers has risen from the ashes.

Manchester Online looks back on 40 years of Manchester pop.

Steve Earle talks to the Alameda Times-Star about his new album, The Revolution Starts Now. "But what it ended up being about, this record, is the war, and war in general. And for me, it is 'The war, stupid,' because, in my belief, this war threatens to guarantee that there's nothing left for our grandchildren."

The Memphis Commercial Appeal profiles Rachel Hurley and her mp3 blog, Scenestars.

"Web logs" are the new classroom bulletin boards, according to the Arizona Republic.

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