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March 11, 2005


Watch the Arcade Fire's live webcast from Amsterdam on Fabchannel today.

Rilo Kiley's Blake Sennett and Jenny Lewis talk to the Belfast Telegraph.

A new favorite streaming radio station: WUMB, Folk radio from Boston.

The Guardian talks to photographer Merri Cyr about singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley, as well as sharing photographs of the musician.

Author George Pelecanos shares the contents of his CD wallet as he leaves for a book tour.

Playlist lists the top ten iTunes Applescripts.

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel loved the 80's "because the music really rocked."

The iPod as a healthcare device.

The Metafilter redesign prize (a "colorware pimped out iPod)

KindaMuzik interviews the Arcade Fire (in Dutch).

US poet laureate Ted Kooser will offer a free weekly column (featuring a poem by a "living American") to newspapers.

Terminal City turns in its second review of Haruki Murakami's novel, Kafka on the Shore.

Sound-Check reviews the new Kaiser Chiefs album, Employment (out March 15th).

The new Mountain Goats album, The Sunset Tree, has leaked.

iPodlounge explains Apple's "Made for iPod" badging program.

Wisconsin is revolting (against a tax on digtal downloads).

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram previews SXSW.

USA Today talks to bloggers about Google's Adsense program.

The Philadelphia Inquirer loves the self-titled album by A Girl Called Eddy.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram lists bands that could be the next big thing performing at SXSW.

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