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February 10, 2005

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The annual Guided by Voices Hoot Night during SXSW will be March 17th at Emo's starting at 9 pm. Swearing at Motorists and even Bob Pollard will attend this year.

This week's No Love For Ned has The Icicles as an in-studio guest. Check out the MySpace for NLFN.

The Portland Tribune waves goodbye to radio after listening to a couple of podcasts.

Punk Rock Orchestra is just what their name suggests.

Stop by Scenestars for a couple of tracks by Harlan T. Bobo (in the right hand column, you can buy the album at Goner Records). Thanks, Rachel, for introducing this truly genuine and talented singer-songwriter.

Flagpole wonders if music would be better if musicians were asexual.

The Las Vegas Mercury reviews Michael Chabon's novella, The Final Solution.

Ben Lee talks to the Daily telegraph about his forthcoming album, Awake Is The New Sleep.

Didi Gutman, keyboardist for Brazilian Girls speaks to the Miami New Times.

the Las Vegas Mercury remembers Queensryche's 1988 rock opera, Operation: Mindcrime.

Singer-songwriter Amos Lee talks to Now Toronto.

LA Weekly compares Conor Oberst and Bob Dylan.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch gives an "A" to the new Chris Stamey Experience album, A Question of Temperature.

Someone's obsessed with "that Pepsi girl."

The Philadelphia Inquirer examines local college basketball blogs.

Rachid Taha is the "Joe Strummer of Algeria" according to the Telegraph.

Tegan and Sara talk to the Winnipeg Sun.


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