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May 4, 2005

Shorties

Prefix magazine has a video of Bright Eyes performing "When the President Talks To God" on The Tonight Show Monday night. Check out Prefix's blog for more audio & video links.

Jim DeRogatis previews Wilco's four Chicago shows this week, which will be filmed and recorded for a live DVD/CD package.

The Philadelphia Inquirer lists literate rockers, including Colin Meloy, John Darnielle, and Will Sheff.

My favorite music critic (and one of my favorite music bloggers), Douglas Wolk thinks out loud about rockism for Seattle Weekly.

Wilco's Jeff Tweedy talks to MTV. "I think we're all looking forward to getting into the studio to see what happens. Luckily the world really doesn't need another Wilco record. It's not like peace in the Middle East is dependent upon Wilco's plans."

The Telegraph calls author Nick Hornby, "Hollywood's hottest love affair."

Sufjan Stevens talks about recording his forthcoming Illinois album on a publicity page.

A Carnegie Mellon professor refutes a pro-RIAA op-ed piece in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom talks about what's on his iPod, but neglects to mention his talented niece, Joanna Newsom.

Michaelangelo Matos makes his first theme mix CD for Seattle Weekly.

Gigwise reviews the Mountain Goats new album, The Sunset Tree, calling it, a "very beautiful, very clever, and very special collection of songs."

Several performers for the Bumbershoot Festival were announced yesterday, including Devo, Ani DiFranco, Son Volt, Brazilian Girls, The Decemberists, Tift Merritt, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, DeVotchKa, Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, Keren Ann and others.

Filter interviews one of the late John Peel's favorite bands, the Undertones.

Math and Physics Club talks to Seattle Weekly.

Screamixadelica is a collection of Primal Scream mixes downloadable via bittorrent.

"How to make a duct tape iPod Shuffle case that doesn't suck."

A Coachella Arcade Fire photo set on Flickr

Col. Knowledge & the Lickity-Splits talk to Flagpole about their debut album, Fall in Love All Over Again With Col. Knowledge & the Lickity-Splits (out May 10th).

The Washington Post shaked and baked at Coachella.


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