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February 12, 2005


Wilco's John Stirratt talks to Birmingham's Black & White. "I think we just came about at a time when labels were still nurturing bands. Now, bands just don't have a chance on major labels . . . to just exist over the course of three or four records the way we did, without selling very much. In a way, we're one of the last bands from that time period where labels really cared about bands."

The Cincinnati Enquirer reviews Friday's Wilco performance.

The Globe and Mail abhors the state of Canadian music.

iPod eye for the Linux guy

The Little Appfactory features some nifty Mac software for iPod management, Netfix queue management, recipes and more.

Hello! Surprise! is a guide to Swedish pop music.

Spotsylvania's Haymaker Festival has announced their 2005 lineup, which includes the Drive-By Truckers again.

Salon profiles H.P. Lovecraft, "America's greatest bad writer."

Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos is profiled by the Independent.

Adult film star Jenna Jameson's book returns to Houston library shelves.

The Bravery has released a video for "An Honest Mistake" from their self-titled album to be released March 29th.

The Rocky Mountain News talks to my favorite novelist, Michael Chabon.

Thanks to John Sakamoto for mentioning LHB today in the Toronto Star.

Margaret Atwood answers questions about her remote book-signing device.

The Desert Sun reviews Thursday night's Jonathan Richman show.

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