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July 10, 2007

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The 2007 Bonnaroo downloads page has been updated with a direct mp3 download of Apollo Sunshine's performance.


Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino talks to the New York Post.


Actor Elijah Wood talks to CMJ about his music label, Simian Records.

WHAT ARE YOUR GOALS FOR SIMIAN, BOTH LONG AND SHORT TERM?

I want to keep the label small and do it on my own, not have it go beyond its means. I’d like to focus on different artists and develop them, not limit the label to a genre or specific sound. My own musical taste is varied and I’d like the label to reflect that. I’m not really interested in success or money; anyone who is interested in that probably shouldn’t start an independent label.


In Harp, singer-songwriter Maria Taylor lists ten things you didn't know about her.


Monday's Daytrotter session features the National (interview, performance).


New York magazine's the Comics Page blog is exclusively excerpting the graphic novel Crossing Midnight, by Mike Carey and Jim Fern.


Robert Smith of the Cure talks to Blllboard about the band's forthcoming 13th studio album.


RIP, poet Philip Booth.


Seattlest holds a summer reading roundtable.


Paste magazine's band of the week is St. Vincent, whose excellent debut album, Marry Me, is released today.


MSNBC lists the top 5 comic book heroes.


Simplehelp lists the top 10 alternatives to iTunes for managing your iPod.


Cracked lists the top 6 reasons Harry Potter isn't for kids, and the New York Times has four authors and an artist draft endings to the series.


T-shirt of the day: "I Listen To Bands That Don't Even Exist Yet"



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