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February 28, 2006


No Love For Ned celebrates his 200th show with an in-studio performance from singer-songwriter Edith Frost (backed by the Zincs). Congratulations on the achievement, Ned, and thanks for giving me two hours of wonderfully diverse and often new music every week.

The Observer lists the top ten Welsh albums of all time.

What will Steve Jobs wear to Apple's unveiling event today? Steve's outfit, of course.

Drowned in Sound interviews Two Gallants.

Okay… your music, then: it, to many, will sound archaic, but does it sound ‘modern’ to you? Is it music for today, or music that’s sort of out of time?

Stephens: If by ‘modern’ you mean the dance-beat club music that most rock bands play these days, then probably not, but I think people get too caught up in the fact that we have traditional roots. They focus on it, but it’s just one aspect of it.

Vogel: There are a lot of different things that go into creating the sound that we’re making, that we’re playing together. There’s a root to it, though, for sure.

The Strokes talk to Newsday.

"If we're not huge, we're finished," jokes bassist Nikolai Fraiture, adding that they're used to stories questioning the band's future. "It makes for interesting reading. We're waiting for the next episode."

The Independent examines the newfound popularity of author Flann O'Brien (with many thanks to the television series, Lost).

Stylus predicts the 2006 Oscar winners. is keeping a running list of people killed by Jack Bauer on 24.

Shearwater is playing 5 shows SXSW this year.


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