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August 22, 2005

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RIP, Bob Moog. If you get the chance, watch the documentary, Moog, to get a true feel for the man and his place in the music community.


LHB sponsor and ubercool bookstore Atomic Books published their first book recently, Lulu Eightball by Emily Flake, and the book is currently at the top of Entertainment Weekly's TheMustList. Congratulations to Emily, Benn and Rachel.


Suicide Girls interviews Sune Rose Wagner of the Raveonettes.


For his thousandth post, my favorite food blog, The Amateur Gourmet, gives advice on how to start a food blog.


Dead White Males is a podcast devoted to "informal presentations which are meant to give listeners a taste for literature."


Oh My Rockness now provides Chicago as well as New York show listings.


The Black Table is lukewarm to Sufjan Stevens' Illinois.

I'm not sure what annoys me more -- that showoff artists spend time constructing these artificial aural soundscapes or that critics fall for it. I guess if you're stuck listening to sound-alike retro garage bands and teenpop most of the time, a little orchestral ambition seems revolutionary by comparison.


Slate reviews Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis.


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