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April 28, 2005

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RIP, Hasil Adkins.

Frank from Chromewaves reviews the new Decemberists record, Picaresque, in the Torontoist.

Speaking of Toronto, the Globe and Mail reviews the Arcade Fire's Tuesday show in the city.

LiveDaily reviews the new Mountain Goats album, The Sunset Tree.

Ariel Pink is interviewed by The Pitch.

Mark Mothersbaugh talks about his post-Devo career.

Nine Inch Nails "The hand That Feeds" vs. Ray Parker, Jr.'s "Ghostbusters"

New York police blame iPods for subway crime.

Cameron Reilly links to the full Batman Begins trailer.

The Guardian covers the Motley Crue reunion tour.

Wal-Mart unveils customized music CD's.

Death From Above 1979's Sebastian Grainger talks to Newsday. "We don't really have a specific tag for what we do," he notes. "It just depends on the show. Some shows, you come out and maybe musically it wasn't as good as it could be - but the way the crowd was reacting and the way the venue was, you feel like, 'Whoa, that was a real punk show.' Sometimes, it's just a good rock show."

The Pitch consults the oracle of Conor Oberst through his interview quotes.

The St. Petersburg Times calls podcasting the "radio-free radio experience."

ProBlogger is a great resource if you are generating revenue from your site.

Author Ayelet Waldeman talks to the Contra Costa Times.


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