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January 29, 2006

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The Observer reviews the new Belle & Sebastian album, The Life Pursuit, and calls it "easily their best work in a decade."


Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis talks to the New York Times about her love for country music.

"I find most modern country virtually unlistenable," said Ms. Lewis, who will not be singing duets with Kenny Chesney anytime soon. "I can't relate to the music or the lyrics. But I grew up on Loretta Lynn and Dusty Springfield. I remember lying about it; it wasn't cool to listen to country when I was 12. Ultimately, though, my voice, and the songs I did with Rilo Kiley, were revealing - I had to fess up to being a country fan."


The Observer reviews Chuck Klosterman's book Killing Yourself to Live. (see also: Klosterman's LHB "Book Notes" entry for the book)


The Sunday Times suggests books to pack for your French vacation.


Litline lists the 100 best first lines from novels.


Tegan Quin of Tegan and Sara talks to the San Francisco Chronicle.

"Not many bands get the chance to put out three or four records anymore, so we feel really lucky," Tegan says. "With 'So Jealous,' it was like our training wheels got taken off -- that would be the terrible cliche to describe it. But after being a developing act for so long, it finally feels like we're actually doing it and getting big on our own terms." She laughs. "Our sparkling personalities just continue to attract people everywhere."


Time Out New York lists their best albums of 2005.


The Simpsons Achive lists Ivy League references from the show.


If you are going to SXSW, be sure to catch South By Stereogum.


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