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November 12, 2004


The Wall Street Journal covers SBC's Project DU, an RSS aggregator that Largehearted Boy is associated with. Don't worry, the project has no editorial control over LHB content, and the small stipend will help me explore even more new music and pass on the love to you readers.

CocoRosie talks to the Guardian about their unexpected success.

Flagpole reviews the 25th anniversary edition of the Clash's London Calling.

Garden State director Zach Braff discusses his success and weblog with the Guardian.

ChartAttack reports that the new Weezer album is almost finished.

Alice Munro wins Canada's Giller prize for literature.

Pulse of the Twin Cities calls MF Doom a "rhyming superhero." I just call him super.

Dan Zanes talks to the Boston Herald about writing intelligent children's music.

With the success of the Bridget Jones's Diary films, more "chick-lit" movies are on the way.

Sean Daly of the Washington Post calls Eminem's new album "more rap, less bite."

Drummer Jerry MacDonald of The Wrens talks to GSU's Signal Online. "If you had a job you really dug, a professional career, and you also had something resurface that is an amazing outlet that was your dream for most of your life came back in a big way, itís kind of the best of both worlds."

USC Annenberg's Online Journalism Review wonders if journos and bloggers can both survive.

Jazz musician Ornette Coleman is still changing lives with his music.

Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino talks bout the band's new album with the New York Daily News.

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