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November 9, 2005

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Tickets for Yo La Tengo's series of Hoboken Hannukah shows go on sale today.


Michaelangelo Matos chronicles a day in Seattle's musical life for Seattle Weekly.


The Daily Texan interviews the lead singer of Harry and the Potters.

DT: Do you think that your music will act as a gateway drug for these kids to new, different music?

PD: This is relating to kids in a way they're already familiar with. They've already bought into Harry Potter. This is a way for them to buy into indie rock. We've always viewed the band as an indie rock community-service project: building a future fanbase for indie rock. That's how we always pictured it, and it's working immensely well.


Stylus finds a "perfect moment in pop" in the Toadies' "Possum Kingdom."


Kate Bush's new album, Aerial, is generating great reviews.


Empire Online lists their 50 greatest independent films.


The Onion A.V. Club reviews the new Fiery Furnaces album, Rehearsing My Choir, calling it "the band's most wowing musical offering to date."


Chartattack reports that Peaches worked with Leslie Feist, Josh Homme, and even Joan Jett on her next album.


Indie Interviews sits down with Two Gallants this week.


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