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September 10, 2004

Shorties

Robyn Hitchcock recounts his Bumbershoot experience for the Seattle Times.

Knack frontman Doug Fieger chats with the Knoxville News Sentinel about the band's quick rise and fall.

The Chicago Tribune plays paintball with William Shatner.

Jay Farrar talks to the Rocky Mountain News. "Politics is really the last thing I'd like to be writing about. There are much better things to be writing about, things that are a little less ephemeral. It's difficult to keep it in a context that's going to be relevant 20 or 30 years from now."

The Associated Press previews fall book releases.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer loved the new album by the Fiery Furnaces, Blueberry Boat.

Jason Kottke gets a nod (for posting Jeopardy champ Ken Jennings' alleged loss) in this AP media roundup.

The Guardian profiles former Housemartins bassist Norman Cook.

Music and cooking feed Lisa Loeb's soul, according to USA Today.

Stream the new album from The Faint at MTV.com.

Sharing the Groove is up and running again! (Let's hope this is for good)

The North Bay Bohemian calls Steve Earle a "working class hero."

Newsday profiles Tommy Stinson.

Spin reviews a recent Liz Phair show.

The Arizona Daily Wildcat compares two soundtracks: Wicker Park and Garden State.

From a Philadelphia Daily News list of upcoming shows: "They're a pair of New York blogger faves but don't let that stop you." (concerning Benzos and Asobi Seksu)

REM's Peter Buck's latest passion: buying iPods, filling them with music, then giving the devices away. (Free iPod update: still waiting for mine to ship. The promotion company has offered to swap the HP version for Apple's for a quicker delivery, but I'll wait for the original. In other news, I still need referrals for the Free Flatscreen and Free Desktop PC).


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