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October 5, 2005

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The Detroit Cobras talk to the Detroit Metro Times.

From Nagy: "We’ve never said one day we’re going to write some originals and move into that. Obviously it’s not our goal. We are what we are, and we’re that for a reason. It’s not a cradle that we’re trying to grow out of. It’s what we like to do."


Sleater-Kinney, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mudhoney, The Shins and Ween will each curate a day of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival next year.


USA Today examines the literary references in the television series, Lost.


Yahoo buys Upcoming.org.


With the NHL season starting today, here's an obligatory hockey+music post:

Flyers forward Simon Gagne talks about the music he enjoys.

1) What CD would you have to have with you on a cross-country drive?

Pretty much just my iPod would be fine. All the CDs I have are on that little thing. That thing is amazing, you just put all your CDs and all your songs on one little thing. I just plug it in, push play and you get all sorts of music for a long time. Metallica was one of my favorite groups, but I like a lot of styles of music now.


Stylus is fascinated by The Fall's "Hip Priest."


The Onion A.V. Club interviews Ben Gibbard and Chris Walla of Death Cab for Cutie, and Walla talks to Newcity Chicago as well.


The New York Times profiles the indie charity song, "Do They Know It's Halloween."


Indie Interviews talks to Eric Johnson of the Fruit Bats in this week's podcast.


The Village Voice eulogizes playwright August Wilson.


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