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September 15, 2004


Elliott Smith and the Big Nothing, a biography of the singer/songwriter by Benjamin Nugent, will be released October 30th.

Do you really need a blog? offers pros and cons of starting a weblog.

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists announce fall US tour.

Opening Hooks is holding a vote for the best opening literary line.

The Daily Texan previews this weekend's Austin City Limits Festival performances by Modest Mouse and The Roots.

Popmatters interviews humor columnist Marc Acito, who recently published his first novel, How I Paid for College : A Novel of Sex, Theft, Friendship & Musical Theater.

Up and Coming reviews the new Camper Van Beethoven and Buddy Miller releases, New Roman Times and Universal United House of Prayer, respectively.

Billboard reviews the new Drive-By Truckers disc, The Dirty South.

Tommy Stinson is hopeful that the new GN'R album will be released soon. "A few of the songs are pretty epic in length, but that's always been GN'R's thing, hasn't it? I don't think it's a particularly long album, but I think the six I heard are pretty epic."

The Online Journalism Review wonders if bloggers can win the war with comment spammers.

Tegan and Sara discuss the creation of their recent album with Rolling Stone.

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