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January 21, 2005


I Love Music takes sides: Neil Young's "Alabama" vs. Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama."

Heavy Trash (Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray) will release their self-titled debut album on Yep Roc in April.

Stylus lists the top 50 albums and top 50 singles from 2000-2004.

Hublog lists mp3 blogs using Technorati and links.

Guided By Voices frontman Robert Pollard has a batch of on-stage rants presented as a spoken word limited edition (1000 units) vinyl comedy album coming out soon through Rockathon Records called "The Relaxation of the Asshole." (I couldn't possibly make this up)

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer says Susan Jane Gilman has a "voice like David Sedaris"
in her book, Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress.

Stuff is blogging Big Day Out 2005.

The Scotsman reviews both new Bright Eyes releases, calling Conor Oberst a "precocious wonderboy" in the process,
and the Boston Herald calls him an "industry hottie."

MSNBC lauds Mon Frere as music's possible "next big thing."

Salon calls author Haruki Murakami a "master of the ordinary."

Dan Messe of the band Hem talks to the Denver Post.

The Chicago Sun-Times' music critic Jim DeRogatis covers recent local releases.

The Secret Machines announce 2005 North American tourdates.

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