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November 7, 2004

Shorties

Technorati has added a "Top MP3's" chart that lists the "most talked about MP3's in the last 48 hours."

The Drive-By Truckers are playing two shows in New York City at the Bowery Ballroom, December 31st and January 1st.

Pixie frontman Frank Black talks to Jim DeRogatis in the Chicago Sun-Times. "A lot of the '80s bands certainly didn't start off trying to take over the world; that really wasn't the point. The point was to go and carve your own niche. If you have a niche, then you should be pretty darn happy about it."

The Boston Globe profiles the city's Allston neighborhood and its connection with the arts.

The New York Post asks the eternal question, "What is emo?"

The Akron Beacon-Journal enjoyed Guided By Voices guitarist Doug Gillard's solo album, Salamander.

The San Jose Mercury News leafs through some of late fall's best new books.

The Harvard Independent loves the new Arcade Fire album, Funeral.

Poet Miller Williams says a couple of words to my hometown paper.

The New York Times profiles the Shortlist Music Prize and some of its nominees.

The Denver Post helps determine if you need a literary agent (with a well-deserved mention of largehearted favorite Maud Newton's blog).

Augusten Burroughs' first collection of essays, Magical Thinking, True Stories, gets positive reviews in the San Francisco Chronicle and Boston Herald.

The Newark Star-Ledger spotlights web film sites, including movie weblogs.

San Francisco is number 1 when it comes to book trends.

Readers of the Pioneer Press recount their memories of Minneapolis's First Avenue club, which closed its doors Tuesday.

Dave McCabe of the Zutons talks to the New York Post. "Life is pretty f---ing boring, and you got to make life interesting in a song.


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