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April 22, 2005


The Baltimore Sun asks locals to share their iPod playlists (registration required), including largehearted friend Benn Ray of Atomic Books. Director John Waters is noticeably absent, because "sources close to the filmmaker say asking Waters to navigate an iPod might be a technological stretch for him, akin to asking him to pilot the next space shuttle."

The Orlando Sentinel gives the new Mountain Goats album, The Sunset Tree, four stars (out of five).

Matt Friedberger of the Fiery Furnaces talks to St. Louis University's newspaper.

Play Yo La Tengo Breakout.

Make offers a design for a DIY podcast shower radio.

If you are a Morrissey fan and would like to be in a documentary film (Passions Just Like Mine) please email these guys.

Tori Amos talks to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer about her new album. "I wanted to create a work where the content was ferocious and the sound was seductive and would draw you in."

Wikipedia defines "indie rock."

Digital Dream Door lists their top 100 progressive rock artists.

The Gamecock reviews Wednesday night's Drive-By Truckers show in Columbia.

Popmatters spends ten minutes with Dizzee Rascal.

Martha Wainwright talks to the Washington Blade about her musical family and new album.

NME has the new Juliette Lewis and the Licks video, "You're Speaking My Language."

The Yale Daily News lists their most anticipated summer albums.

Former Moldy Peach Adam Green talks to the Washington Square News about his fame overseas.

Save CBGBs, eat more chocolate!

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