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July 27, 2005

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"Computer-literate music fans who illegally share tracks over the internet also spend four and a half times as much on digital music as those who do not, according to research published today."


Michaelangelo Matos goes "old school" with his CDR-Go! mix in the Seattle Weekly.


Cursive's Ted Stevens talks to Flagpole about his other band, Mayday.


Singer-songwriter Bobby Bare, Jr. talks to Flagpole.

"Being on a bigger label and having to chase [modern] rock radio just wasn't that appealing," says Bare. "A lot of the stuff I listen to is more on the end of Built to Spill or Pavement or The Pixies, so opening up for Aerosmith and Fuel wasn't really where I wanted to be. I'm married with a baby now, too. So that's just a whole new version of chaos - having a wife and child who need you there as opposed to being single and running around playing rock and roll."


New Zealand's Stuff reviews Chuck Palahniuk's latest novel, Haunted.

Let's be clear about this: at one point a newborn baby is cooked into a stew and then fed to its mother, and this is arguably not the most horrifying moment in the story. The only predictable element in Haunted is that no matter how bad things seem to get, there's always something worse to come.


Software to determine when your cat is typing would help me at home.


Popmatters examines how venues affect musical performances.


Filter profiles the career of Nada Surf.


Franz Ferdinand named in Sony payola lawsuit. Giving a trip to a DJ in Buffalo??? And people say big record labels aren't smart these days...


McSweeney's says "you might be a redneck if..."


Bradley's Almanac continues its string of great live shows with Aberdeen City's recent Allston, Massachusetts performance.


BudFrogs keep your iPod earbuds neat and tidy.


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