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August 23, 2005

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The Illinois Times reviews Sufjan Stevens Illinois album.

see also: a Flickr photoset from Stevens' Sunday NYC show, and Gothamist was a bit disappointed by Saturday's performance.


Singer-songwriter Alina Simone stops by No Love for Ned's streaming radio show this week for an in-studio session.

see also: Alina Simone downloads


Author and Colin Meloy inspiration Myla Goldberg talks to the Village Voice about her new novel, Wickett's Remedy.


MakeZine posts a tribute to Bob Moog.


The Fort Worth Star-Telegram offers a guide on how to spot an "emo."


The Boston Globe profiles K-tel records.


Chicago Parent offers a list of fantasy books for children.


The Grand Rapids Press asks locals for new music suggestions.


Suicide Girls interviews Parched author Heather King.


Today's Lunar Park reviews:

Christian Science Monitor: "the literary exorcism Ellis conducts in "Lunar Park" has succeeded."
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: "Ellis has penned a novel that, despite the autobiographical shtick, doesn't just skate by on attitude and ambition and is often genuinely cinematic, suspenseful and scary."


The Beastie Boys are offering one a capella track a week and encouraging remixes. Listen to the results in their remix forum.


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