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March 18, 2006


The St. Paul Pioneer Press lists five stories that are making the rounds at SXSW.

Ultimate Sci-Fi Internet Radio streams reviews, interviews, and readings from the literary genre.

RB.LOG made a Moleskine iPod case (and has a video to prove it).

Newbury Comics has an extensive selection of indie show posters.

Stream We Are Scientists' SXSW performance, courtesy of Minnesota Public Radio. Other available shows from Friday include Jose Gonzales, Portastatic, and many others.

Slate profiles the Virginia Quarterly Review.

The Advocate recaps the first two days of SXSW Music.

Singer-songwriter Denison Witmer talks to the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise.

"I know there is a limited group of people who will get into my music, but as long as I'm doing something honest that resonates with them, I'm confident they'll pick up on that and keep coming to my shows."

Stylus interviews Kieran Hebden of Four Tet.

What about download culture—does it bother you if people illegally download your records?

No, not particularly, I don’t mind people downloading my music, there’s a side to it that frustrates me but I think maybe because I’m becoming an old fuddy-duddy the side of it that frustrates me is that I really love the art of the album, I like putting together a body of work kind of forty-five minutes or so and releasing it with the idea that people are going to play it from beginning to end, and as music is downloaded people select tracks and everything is kind of chopped up.

I Love Music has started a rolling 2006 list of great singles.

Jurgen Fauth and Marcy Dermansky list the top ten films about writers for

Author Ayelet Waldman shares some music selections with The Happy Booker.

"I don't ever choose music with lyrics — or at least not lyrics in English. I tend to write to minimalist classical music. Something about that works for me."


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