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August 20, 2005

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Gothamist interviews Thomas Bartlett and Sam Amidon of Doveman.

Who would be in your ultimate music supergroup, your all-star Olympic team of rock?
Marc Ribot on guitar, John Paul Jones on bass, Jim Keltner on drums, Abdullah Ibrahim on piano, Garth Hudson on organ, fronted by Billie Holiday, Chan Marshall, or Al Green.


Sufjan Stevens' New York shows are previewed by the New York Times.


The Magic Numbers talk to the Guardian.


Two reviews of Bret Easton Ellis's Lunar Park:

The Flat Hat calls the book "shambolic."
The Rocky Mountain News calls it "fine entertainment."


The literary magazine, Granta, is looking for new owners.


The Washington Post examines podcasting's potential.


The Terre Haute Trib Star relishes Kurt Vonnegut's enduring literary legacy.


Metromix interviews instrumental band, Pelican.

You've got a fan base of indie rockers and heavy metal fans. Everyone get along OK at the concerts?

No one's hugging, but, yeah. We get a little heckling and a little aggro behavior from the rowdy rock fans: whistling, screaming, generally getting into the music. I like that behavior a lot more than the standing around-with-your-hands-in-your-pockets crowd.


Aversion reviews John Vanderslice's new album, Pixel Revolt.


the Independent lists its favorite legendary literary vanished works.


The Salt Lake Tribune calls VH1's Gene Simmons Rock School, "outrageously funny." After watching a recording of the debut show this morning, I have to agree.


Playlist lists six "slick iPod hacks."


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