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February 15, 2005


Christopher Porter of The Suburbs Are Killing Us wrote a thoughtful and informative piece on jazzman Dizzy Reece the other day.

No Love For Ned has Wolf Colonel's Jason Anderson as his in-studio guest this week.

Regina Spektor is featured on MTV's "You Hear It First." Catch her videos for "Your Honor" and "Ode to Divorce" are available as well.

What's The Problem? is a documentary portrait of Stew, leader of the band The Negro Problem.

Since retiring Guided By Voices, Robert Pollard has become one of those thousands of officially unemployed people that Dick Cheney says are making their living on eBay. Not really, but Pollard does have some more items up for auction.

Speaking of eBay, Damon Albarn's stained sofa is available, too.

Toriphoria is a comprehensive Tori Amos fan site.

Poynter Online ponders applications for podcasting.

Singer-songwriter Willy Mason talks to the Guardian. "The thing I like about folk music is it all gets passed around, and there isn't like one disciple who becomes a god."

Red Herring talks to Bram Cohen, writer of the original BitTorrent code and co-founder of the company of the same name.

Guitar tabs for one of my favorite albums, Neutral Milk Hotel's In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

Motorola demos iTunes enabled phone.

The National Post examines comic strips' supporters and enemies.

The live Death Cab for Cutie EP will drop March 1st.

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