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February 11, 2005

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Wilco's Jeff Tweedy talks to the Birmingham News.
"I can't say that having Grammy nominations means an enormous amount to us. I don't see it as being a validation of anything. To be really blunt, I don't have a lot of respect for the artists that have won Grammys. On the other hand, it's very exciting to be nominated for a Grammy because it makes your parents happy."

Seminal indie radio station WFMU has a blog.

Play .ogg files on your Mac in iTunes.

Ben Lee talks to Rolling Stone about his new album.

Jesse Sykes talks to the Seattle Post Intelligencer about touring with Conor Oberst. "Conor's audience is very young, younger than I anticipated. It's primarily teenagers. That's very exciting because I feel like I've become very disassociated from that kind of vitality. Some of them have been gracious and sweet. It's been a trip."

Chan Marshall (Cat Power) talks to the New Zealand Herald.

The Omaha Reader reviews the new Bettie Serveert album, Attagirl.

The Herald Sun covers this Saturday's Triangle Bloggers Conference 2005 in Chapel Hill.

The Dublin Diocesan Liturgical Resource Centre has compiled an album to help couples to identify what it sees as "appropriate" music for a church ceremony.

The Toronto Star profiles the entertainment blog, Defamer.

The Harvard Crimson reviews the new Bright Eyes albums.

Portland State's Daily Vanguard eulogizes Monks drummer Roger Johnston.


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