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October 22, 2004

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Rhino is serving up videos from the current Zombies tour.

Poet Anthony Hecht is eulogized in the Washington Post. "His poems are never half-finished or rough-hewn; they are shaped, carefully molded, almost chiseled in their concordant, harmonious beauty."

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have site featuring clips from their new DVD, What Rockers To Swallow.

Too busy to load your music on your new iPod? Use the Fillpod service.

For your Halloween listening pleasure dj BC has made available Monster Mash-Up, a "creepy compendium of mutilated music."

An E6 fan has started the Elephant6 BT project, and will be seeding several lossless live shows from the Elephant6 collective at EZTree. First up: 2004 Of Montreal and 1999 Olivia Tremor Control shows.

Jeff Tweedy rates Wilco's other albums for the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

KEXP is streaming several shows from last week's CMJ musicfest.

The Guardian's Alex Petridis attempts to listen to every cd released this month in a week.

Dizzee Rascal talks to the Belfast Telegraph, and discusses Franz Ferdinand. "They're amazing, I love them. They are worthy successors to Mercury Prize victory. They are an original sounding band - when I heard them live, I was touched. I like what they have to say - they're special."

Guided By Voices guitarist Doug Gillard talks to his hometown Cleveland Plain-Dealer.a> "At one time in the '90s, there wasn't a whole lot of melody going on, on college radio or otherwise. That's why [Guided by Voices] jolted everyone so much."


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