August 21, 2004

Red Herring profiles Sean Michaels, who writes the excellent mp3 blog Said the Gramophone.

The Selfstarter Foundation's August mix cd is indie-tastic.

John Vanderslice has given permission for his shows to be posted to the Live Music Archive. Look for live shows to be posted soon.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch lists fall book releases.

FoxyTunes is an extension to Firefox that will control your media player (iTunes, Winamp, etc.) from the browser.

This French site offers much Will Oldham information, as well as song downloads.

Joan Jett still loves rock and roll.

Listen to San Diego's Pirate 96.9 online, and hear the city's "most notorious unlicensed radio broadcaster."

The Toronto Globe and Mail explores lighter reading for the remainder of summer.

Neil Young and Lynyrd Skynyrd, friends or foes?

The San Francisco Chronicle says PJ Harvey "sang with the passion of a euphoric maenad" in a show review.

The Burning Brides are profiled by the Boston Globe.

Posted by david on August 21, 2004

Thanks for the tip about FoxyTunes -- this is the first I read about it -- going to get it.

Posted by: Terry on August 21, 2004 09:29 AM

David - great tip about J. Vanderslice on the Live music archive.

Posted by: alan on August 21, 2004 11:24 AM

The Will Oldham material is a nice find, but ou should mention that the downloads are just low quality (32kb mono) one minute clips of the tracks, not the full songs.

Posted by: Neil on August 22, 2004 04:13 AM
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