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April 20, 2005


The Independent wonders what Douglas Adams would think about the film adaptation of his novel, The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Aversion gives the new Mountain Goats album, The Sunset Tree, 4 out of 5 stars. "Beneath the layers of drugs, booze and family crises, The Mountain Goats hint at every sickening joy, every magnificent defeat and every crushing moment in between, reminding us just why the waning years of our adolescence – high school senior-year, mostly – is one of the most horribly wonderful years of everyone’s life."

The Guardian gets behind the campaign of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen for the Nobel Prize in literature.

Atom Films offers downloadable free movies for your Sony PSP.

New York band Asobi Seksu needs a drummer.

Forbes reviews the "Mercedes of iPod Headphones," the Shure E4C's.

The Book Standard interviews copyeditors and reveals the secret weapons at their disposal.

Mary Timony talks to the San Francisco Bay Guardian. "The way I'm portrayed is totally stupid. I mean, I guess I can see where people got that idea about me a little bit from my lyrics, but it's not an image that I ever intended. The times I did play into it, I was just joking around and having fun with it. But people took it seriously. That's part of the reason I left that territory with my new album – people just weren't getting it.

The Village Voice discusses litblogs with largehearted favorite Jessa Crispin.

Anthony Gonzalez of French band M83 talks to Newcity Chicago.

Steady Bootleggin' is a hip hop mp3 blog for "angry loners and the unemployable."

Claire Campbell of Hope For Agoldensummer talks to Flagpole.

The University of Georgia's New Media Institute has set up a podcast focusing on local Athens music.

Why cybersquat "If I didn't do it, someone less reputable would."

Drowned in Sound lists more acts for the 2005 Leeds and Reading festivals.

Boston's Weekly Dig profiles Philadelphia band Dr. Dog.

The San Francisco Examiner talks to local indie popster Kylee Swenson of Loquat.

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