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April 1, 2005


John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats talks to the Omaha Reader. "What makes a song work is really a question of feel. It has to flow conversationally. You shouldn’t be stressing words, making them sound unnatural. They should sound like they’re supposed to sound. For me, I like to hear a slightly elevated conversational tone. I want my stuff to sound like it’s just spilling out."

Graphic novels move from castoff to cool.

DBT to open two shows for DMB.

Ebbot Lundberg of The Soundtrack of Our Lives talks to Inside Bay Area.
"Life, you see, is like trying to get 'High Score.' But you just keep getting 'Tilt,' over and over again."

Photographer Anton Corbijn is interviewed by the Guardian about digital photography, filesharing, and his book of U2 photographs.

The unofficial PSP blog

The New York Times profiles Moby.

Sarah Vowell talks about fellow author David Sedaris.

The Kills' Alison Mosshart talks to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

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