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April 8, 2005

Shorties

The Orange Peels are podcasting a "self-made documentary" about the making of their album and band history.

Drive-By Trucker Jason Isbell talks to the San Jose Mercury News. "If we could make hip-hop music and do it convincingly, we would. I think that may be out of our realm. We do like to give nods to it just because we appreciate it so much, but I'm not going to try to rap, you know?"

Wilco's Jeff Tweedy talks to the BBC World Service's The Music Biz programme about filesharing. "It's a really wonderful way to keep a relationship going with an audience that isn't dependent upon a record coming out every two years."

Cover your mp3 player with an iPod hoodie.

Half a million Sony PSP's sold in first two days.

Sasha Frere-Jones profiles Slint in the New Yorker.

What are independent booksellers reading in Vail?

Singer-songwriter Aimee Mann talks to the Guardian. "Now my fame level is low, but my income is higher than it would be if I were on a major label. It's the best of both worlds."

The Village Voice eulogizes author Saul Bellow.

Bob Pollard has more eBay auctions of signed LP's and posters, plus two SubPop singles club 7"'s (Nirvana and Flaming Lips).

Business 2.0 covers word-of-mouth advertising.

David Sedaris is a "postmodern Mark Twain."

The Daily Breeze lists its "10 best rock movies ever made."


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