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December 15, 2005

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Thanks to Ticketmaster's liveDaily for having Largehearted Boy as a finalist in their readers' choice poll for 2005. I am honestly just honored to be included with the other nominees: An Aquarium Drunkard, Copy, Right?, Done Waiting, and Chromewaves, all wonderful blogs run by people I truly admire.


Kristin Hersh's band, 50 Foot Wave, has made an EP, "Free Music" available as a free and legal download to seek "new earballs."


No Love For Ned has Philadelphia band Buried Beds in the studio for a live set this week.


MyHeavy is a MySpace clone giving away a $10,000 prize to whoever creates the most popular streaming radio station at the site.


Slate editors pick their best books of the year.


Looking for a Swedish band's guitar tabs? Try SwedeTab.


T-shirt of the day: "Emo Bear." The official We Love Katamari t-shirts are tempting, too.


USA Today covers on-demand live concert CD sales.


CMJ covers the new Vice Records mp3 blog.


USA Today offers "literate" cookbook and non-fiction gift suggestions.


Peter Jesperson, former replacements manager now with New West Records, talks to Pulse of the Twin Cities.

Drive-By Truckers was one Cam & I both were responsible for. They’re such a big, dense, dark and smart rock ’n’ roll band. I’d known Patterson [Hood, ’Truckers front man] for years, just from hanging around Athens, Ga. In fact, Jack Logan was the first person who told me about DBT. I think they’re destined for something big. We’re just finishing their new album, to be entitled A Blessing And A Curse, their third one for us, and it’s unquestionably their best yet.


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