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September 9, 2004


If you have pre-schoolers (and even if you don't), check out Higglytown Heroes on the Disney Channel Sunday evening. Philip Szostak (who was kind enough to draw the logo for Largehearted Boy) has been working on this project for a year, and promises the show is a "really cute and funny cartoon, beautifully designed, and good for the kids without being cloying or dumb, as so much children's programming can be." Good luck with the show, Phil.

The Las Vegas Mercury tackles the issues of intellectual property and fair use when it comes to cd burning.

NPR's Christian Bordal gives an audio review of the new Roots disc, The Tipping Point.

Rilo Kiley will appear on NPR's World Cafe, the segment will air October 7th.

Rolling Stone adds an article on mp3 blogs.

The Pitch talks to Nick Stumpf of the French Kicks.

Fall offers many family films.

Robbie Fulks talks to the the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and discusses the Johnny Paycheck tribute album he produced.

The New Times takes you into the cribs of local south Florida bands.

The Budapest Sun asks, "Do the Corrs really rock?"

Flagpole talks to Electrelane's Mia Clarke.

Also from Flagpole, a review of the best shows I've seen all year, "The Trucker Trifecta."

Red Herring interviews Joyce Park, fired from her job at Friendster because of her blog.

Largehearted Boy is mentioned in an Italian article on mp3 blogs.

Playlouder reports that the Wedding Present will reform and play a Peel session at the end of September. An album will follow in October.

The Telegraph calls Har Mar Superstar, "short and balding-- the unstoppable R&B sex machine."

Aversion reviews the new Dwarves record, The Dwarves Must Die.

Toronto's Eye Weekly gives the new Arcade Fire disc five (out of five) stars, the new Drive-By Truckers three.

Also from The Eye, Tommy Stinson does a Q&A.

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