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November 3, 2005

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The New York Times talks to Adam Olenius, lead singer of the Shout Out Louds.


The New Haven Advocate profiles Clogs and Bell Orchestre, two bands that share members with current indie buzz bands.


The Chicago Sun-Times reviews Wilco's Tuesday night benefit performance.


Book designer Chip Kidd talks to the New York Times.

Mr. Kidd likes to talk about Batman as a piece of graphic design.

"The wings, the horns, the angelically demonic visage: he is a gargoyle come to life," he said. "He just looks so damn cool."


The Guardian profiles Myspace.


Make your own junior theremin.


Hublog offers a Firefox extension for searching mp3 blog aggregator, The Hype Machine.


The Phoenix New Times offers four interesting facts about singer-songwriter-producer John Vanderslice.


Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier talks to the University of Colorado at Denver Advocate.

"We all quit our jobs about two years ago," says Greg. "The only way we could make enough income to survive was to tour more."


Garrison Reid sits down with Aaron Espinoza of Earlimart in this week's Indie Interviews podcast.


Many thanks to advertisers Absinthe.biz, Nokia, Ice Cream Headache, Boondocks, Player Hater, and Andrew Bird/Head of Femur, who help pay for LHB bandwidth and make the upcoming podcast debut possible.


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