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June 19, 2005


Bill Callahan (Smog) talks to The London Line about his new album, A River Ain't Too Much To Love.

"I'm not sure what happened. It's the first album that sounds like me to me. There's a new clarity between myself and my guitar. I'm just starting to delve into this whole new thing."

Noel Gallagher of Oasis doubts that the Live 8 shows will fulfill their purpose.

The State profiles Iron and Wine.

The New York Daily News lists a few mp3 blogs.

*KISS* Atlanta blogs about Atlanta's indie music scene, and does it well.

Mixposure is yet another place for unsigned bands to submit their mp3's.

The Philadelphia Inquirer examines the phenomenon of audiobook narrator celebrity.

Sleater-Kinney drummer Janet Weiss talks to the Boston Globe.

"I just want people to be surprised by it," Weiss said. "I want people to put that first song on and be like, 'Whoa, this is Sleater-Kinney? I didn't know that they could sound like this; this is wild.' I hope it can rattle someone a little bit, maybe make them walk over to the speakers and rewind something and play it again."

The Seattle Times explains why we love Batman.

Fortune examines the iPod's impact on markets and society.

Singer-songwriter Tracy Bonham talks to the Boston Globe.

The Modern Word collects quotations from the author, Umberto Eco.

RIP, Karl Mueller, bassist for Soul Asylum (Minneapolis Star Tribune obituary).

It's the last day to bid on my Sony PSP and Beatitude Anthology auctions.


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