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August 3, 2007

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Neil Finn of Crowded House talks to the Boston Globe about the band's reunion.


Tim Smith of Midlake lists some of their favorite things for Pitchfork.

>> Favorite Songs of the Past Year

I didn't listen to too much this year-- new stuff. It's most been 70s stuff. I guess out of new stuff, I guess I could say Antony and the Johnsons-- I think he's genius. I love that album-- I Am a Bird Now. There's a guy named John Vanderslice. I love his stuff, and I'm friends with him so I don't know if it's bad to say that.


The Chicago Daily Southtown and Northwest Herald offers guides to Lollapalooza.


JamBase profiles Austin's Explosions in the Sky.


Stylus lists the top ten music geek accessories.


AT&T's Blue Room is webcasting live performances from this weekend's Lollapalooza music festival, starting today.


Registration has opened for the 2008 edition of SXSW (my badge is bought for Interactive, Film & Music).


Woot is now selling shirts, too.


The Huffington Post interviews author James Lee Burke.


The Columbus Dispatch profiles the Birmingham Museum of Art's "Art on the Rocks" music series.

For a membership drive dressed as a wildly popular mixer, it's safe to say “Art on the Rocks” rocked. Installments remaining are Aug. 24 (with Patterson Hood of the Drive By Truckers) and Sept. 14 (with Kim Richey). With themes of “Vulcanalia” and “Pompeii,” the museum is building anticipation for its stunning Pompeii exhibit arriving in October.


The Deli online music magazine now features musician classifieds.


Minnesota Public Radio's The Current features an in-studio performance by the Cribs.


Drowned in Sound interviews Nicholaus Arson and Vigilante Carlstroem of the Hives.

Word on the street is the new record’s going to have more of a dance / hip-hop feel to it. True?

N: Not necessarily. I mean, we’ve recorded songs with Pharrell Williams, Timbaland and Jacknife Lee. We did like seven tracks with Pharrell and hopefully there’ll be a couple on the album.


WXPN's World Cafe features the Arctic Monkeys with an interview and in-studio performance.


NPR's Fresh Air interviews singer-songwriter Pegi Young (wife of Neil).



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