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October 8, 2004

Shorties

The Christian Science Monitor examines online communities and their increasing interaction with the music industry, quoting me and Matthew Perpetua of Fluxblog in the process.

Isn't it wonderful when two of your favorite things converge? Christopher Porter (of The Suburbs Are Killing Us) profiles and interviews Andrew Nosnitsky of Cocaine Blunts and Hip Hop Tapes in the Washington City Paper.

The Tennessean previews this weekend's Drive-By Truckers shows at the Mercy Lounge by talking to Patterson Hood.

The Tuesday Tune ("The Irony Engine" by the Mountain Goats) link has been fixed, download away (the link is at the top left or a couple of posts down).

Which Parasite Pal are you? (I *heart* Archie McPhee)

Chicago will hold a city-wide eBay auction benefiting art and cultural programming through the Cultural Affairs Foundation.

Adam Smeltz (who also writes the weblog Life of the Parties) delves into the effect of political music on today's youth.

Adam Reed, creator of Sealab 2021, talks to Suicide Girls.

Jen is compiling a list of restaurants in Chicago that serve vegan dishes. If you can add to the list, please contact her.

Girl power is alive in the Malaysian indie music scene.

The Boobiethon has raised over $6600 towards breast cancer awareness and research in one week. Stop by and make a donation before the event ends Sunday.

Australia's The Age talks to Fatboy Slim.

The Guardian examines the Vote for Change concerts and their effect on American voters.

The Scotsman reviews an Elvis Costello and the Imposters show.

Chicago's Metromix talks to Mono's Takaakira "Taka" Goto about the band's new album and their admiration for Morricone's soundtracks.

The Yale Daily News profiles Q and not U.

Yo La Tengo's Georgia Hubley discusses the band's influences and the Vote For Change tour.

Marah has an indie dilemma.


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