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October 13, 2005


Loosie posts the second part of his MF Doom interview.

If you were an A&R doing an MF Doom project on a big label, how the hell do you market it?


Can you put Doom with Chingy over a Scott Storch beat?

You’d have to do something with colleges or the grass roots level or some Noam Chomsky-type shit. Have him speaking on panels. That’s the only way to market it, from the intelligent aspect of it or the wordplay aspect of it.

Indie Interviews sits down with Chris Funk of the Decemberists in this week's podcast.

AfterEllen reviews the Runaways documentary, Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways.

Chartattack interviews singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens.

There's a music critic who said on a web posting that he kept looking at the titles and thinking that the music couldn't measure up to the titles.

(laughs) Yeah, that's the problem with history is that the history itself never measures up to our understanding of it. American history, there's such a discrepancy between the events in American history and then America's understanding of its own identity with the patriotism and the nationalism. They're two different things.

Geraldine Kim is not impressed with Beck writing the introduction to this year's edition of The Best American Nonrequired Reading.

Portland State University's daily vanguard lists their favorite mp3 blogs.

The Strokes may be nude in their "Juice Box" video.

British playwright Harold Pinter wins the Nobel prize for literature.

Austin360 profiles Will Johnson's South San Gabriel.

The Book Standard lists the National Book Award finalists.

Watch the U2 video iPod ad.

Milton's epic, Paradise Lost, will get a big budget Hollywood screen adaption.


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