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December 7, 2005


No Love For Ned has Saxon Shore as the in-studio guest on this week's edition of the streaming radio show.

The Threadless holiday sale (all t-shirts $10) ends some time tomorrow (Thursday).

Seattle Weekly profiles KEXP and it's current financial crisis.

The Boston Globe interviews author Harvey Pekar.

Q. My favorite ''Splendor" stories were about your interest in jazz and your record collection. You still have all those LPs?

A. I got thousands of them, man. They're stuffed in little corners and I can never find what I want. My wife is constantly badgering me to put them on the lawn.

The Arizona Daily Wildcat lists their top ten indie albums of 2005, as well as their "top ten (kind of) albums" of the year.

Antony and the Johnsons' I Am a Bird Now topped Mojo's reader poll for best album of the year.

Bret Easton Ellis's novel, Lunar Park, has been optioned for a film.

Author Amy Tan talks to the Guardian.

USA Today covers a couple of online resources for indie musicians.

The Believer examines "the literary tattoo."

Said the Gramophone lists "2005's best music" with accompanying mp3 downloads.

Jeremy Mercer lists his top ten worldwide bookshops for the Guardian. He omitted my #1, LHB sponsor (and all-around good guys) Atomic Books.

One of my favorite podcasts is Jpop Blast.

Listen to John Vanderslice's performance and interview on WNYC from November 27th.

Filter's top ten album lists continue with selections from Rilo Kiley's Blake Sennett, the Crystal Method, and Nick Harmer of Death Cab for Cutie.

Philadelphia Weekly explains why the "Roots will always be Philly."

How to make a bike charger for your iPod.

The Morning News lists 2005 "good gift games."

Indieblogheaven responds to some negative commentary.

Many thanks to current LHB sponsors Atomic Books, Nokia, Gigantic Music, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, TBS (x2), and the Johnny Cash Live in Austin DVD.


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