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October 29, 2004

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Scenestars, the mp3 blog, gets a shoutout in their hometown paper.

The New York Times profiles the music video channel, Fuse.

The Guardian interviews James Murphy, aka LCD Soundsystem. ""I'm a bit of a Zelig. I've always been a good imitator. I love music. But I'm just not that original."

Overclocked Remix is the "unofficial game music arrangement community."

Dizzee Rascal talks to the Independent about his rise to fame. "I'm not just a garage MC or an urban MC or a rapper, I'm capable of taking something new and innovative to a commercial level and making it popular music."

Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven frontman Dave Lowery is interviewed by the Chicago Sun-Times. "Even though this is a Camper tour, there's a smattering of shows with Cracker. We like to think of ourselves as the Parliament-Funkadelic of indie rock."

Nick Harmer of Death Cab for Cutie tells the GSU Signal how a DCFC album is made. "Everybody listens to a lot of different stuff going into the recording and then typically we end up just listening to the demos so much that we kind of stop listening to what else is going on in the world and just do our own thing."

Author Ha Jin talks to On Point Radio about his new book, War Trash.

Le Tigre's Kathleen Hanna gets a proper interview with the Washington Square News. "We wanted to have songs that were dancy, where you could really feel the bass in your body. Our other records are more experimental rock and have an electronic feel."

Author Michael Chabon is writing the screenplay for Snow and Seven, an "east meets west" retelling of the Snow White story.

The Darkness official thongs are a huge success.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer profiles the Rock Bottom Remainders, a band made up of authors Amy Tan, Dave Barry, and others.


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