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June 1, 2005
Music Lab is a research project conducted by scientists from Columbia University to learn about how people form opinions about music. If you participate in Music Lab you will have a chance to download free new music.
The Believer's music issue is available, and includes a mix CD with the Decemberists, Devendra Banhart, I Ida and others performing covers. (thanks, Ned)
Speaking of No Love For Ned, the new show is available to stream. From Henry Lumpkin to The Dirty Projectors, discover some new music.
Adam Radwanski interviews Coldplay's Chris Martin and Johnny Buckland.
Racket magazine interviews Sara of Tegan and Sara.
Sam Lipsyte, author of Home Land, is interviewed by Suicide Girls.
The Onion interviews Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney.
Martha Wainwright talks to the Eastern Echo. "I think that I needed to get better at what I was doing and to gain some experience and also to obtain my own relationship with music and the music business by doing it rather than just sort of feeding off the silver spoon in my mouth."
iPod wearable controls
Billboard reviews the new album by Robbie Fulks, Georgia Hard.
Indie online radio station WOXY gets profiled in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Guardian previews this year's Glastonbury Festival.