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June 26, 2007


The 2007 Bonnaroo download page has been updated.

New download links include:

mp3 downloads of the National, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Ratdog, Clutch, the Nightwatchman, Xavier Rudd, Sasha and Digweed, DJ Shadow and Martha Wainwright performances.

Lossless bittorrent downloads of the Spoon performance.

and much more...

Lullabyes features an mp3 download of a recent Land of Talk performance.

The San Francisco Chronicle and Washington Post weigh in on today's "Day of Silence," when many internet radio stations are not broadcasting to protest the new US streaming music royalty fees.

My Old Kentucky Blog has several in-studio live tracks from Petticoat, Petticoat.

The Chicago Tribune lists its 50 favorite magazines.

The Orange County Register recommends "summer page turners."

Lifehack lists "14 ways to cultivate a lifetime reading habit."

The VW Green Room features interviews and performances by the Arctic Monkeys, the Strokes, Bloc Party and many other bands.

Cracked lists the 25 most ridiculous band names in rock history.

This week, New York Magazine's Vulture blog is excerpting Good As Lily, a m English-language manga written by Derek Kirk Kim and drawn by Jesse Hamm.

Spoon's Britt Daniel talks to NME.

Stylus shares its "2007 summer jamz."

Popmatters interviews Sir Paul McCartney.

“There are some people, maybe older fans, who will say to me, ‘Your music’s so much better than anything they’ve got today. It’s rubbish today’. I think, ‘No, no. That’s dangerous talk’. I think it’s just too cheap a shot to say, ‘It’s better than all this hip-hop stuff’. I have a very wide taste in music. I will go back before my father’s era to Fred Astaire and right up to hip-hop.”

NPR's Morning Edition lists great opening line from children's books.

see also:

this week's CD releases


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