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August 14, 2005

Shorties

Revolution in the Head has collected yet another cover album, this one performed by Elliott Smith.


Former Guided By Voices member Tobin Sprout has set up a new website to highlight his music and art.


The San Francisco Chronicle reviews the new Bret Easton Ellis novel, Lunar Park, as do the Miami Herald, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Globe and Mail, and Daniel Handler for Newsday.

see also: Bret Easton Ellis's LHB "Book Notes" for the novel


The Observer reassesses John Lennon's legacy.


The Observer reviews Devendra Banhart's recent London show.

In the flesh, the exotic Texan has the eerie charisma of a cult leader. More importantly, Banhart has a genuinely fresh sound.


The Observer lists betting odds for Britain's Man Booker Prize.


The New York Times says, "You Want Punk Rock? Close CBGB, Say Goodbye."


75 Minutes is a weekly indie music podcast.


The Boston Globe examines literary hoaxes.


Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard talks to Newsday about the band's new album, Plans.

"Music is always the most important element in a song," he says. "But to make the lyrics an afterthought would be a bummer. I want you to know exactly where a song is taking place, who it's about and what happens."


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