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March 7, 2007


The Washington Times reports that presidential daughter Jenna Bush's account of her five months in Central America with Unicef, Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, will be published this autumn.

Singer-songwriter Lily Allen is guest DJ this week for NPR's All Songs Considered.

T-shirt of the day: "Funkalicious"

IGN, the New York Observer, and Minneapolis City Pages review the Arcade Fire's new album, Neon Bible.

Singer-songwriter John Vanderslice talks to CMJ about his Brooklynvegan-sponsored tour.

"This tour will be very special for me," says Vanderslice. "Dave Douglas plays drums and keyboards at the same time; it's pretty amazing. I play guitar a bit rowdier and noisier than usual. The show in general is looser and heavier."

In SF Weekly, Jennifer Maerz bemoans the "snorification of indie rock."

Philadelphia Weekly profiles local author Pete Dexter.

Menomena's Brent Knopf talks to SF Weekly.

"I used to believe in hard-core expression, like, "If you don't understand it, it's your fault,' but I'm not that way anymore," says Knopf. "It's morphed into, not only do I wanna try to express what's inside me, but I wanna make something that is worthwhile to interact with. I'm hoping it'll mean something to someone else. Maybe I'm less of a "true artist' because of that, but that's OK. Pitchfork still loves us, right?"

Singer-songwriter Leslie Feist talks to Billboard.

Infoshop News lists the top 10 corporate moments in rock.

Bookslut's March issue features interviews with authors Alison Bechdel, Vikram Chandra, and much more.

Podbop lists the top 10 SXSW online resources.

Drowned in Sound lists their first two rounds of SXSW music picks.

No Love For Ned's weekly streaming radio show features an in-studio performance from Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin.

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