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January 10, 2005
The Great Rock North: A User’s Guide to Canada’s Brave New Indie Scene

Six indie bands from up north profiled.

January 10, 2005
Ask A Record-Store Clerk: Tracy Green

I love R&B and hip-hop. The only thing I don’t like is the hip-hop with too much cursing in it.

December 20, 2004
Songwriter-Harpist Joanna Newsom

Joanna Newsom sings her folk-inflected compositions in a ragged, yet ethereal voice to solo harp accompaniment, and has emerged as an unlikely cult figure in the indie-rock world.

November 22, 2004
Up, Up, and Away

Rufus Wainwright breaks out of his emotional straitjacket and finds a whole new range of expression.

November 15, 2004
James Murphy

DFA Records Co-Owner, Producer, Bandleader

November 15, 2004
Ask a Store Clerk

The one thing I’ve never really been into is world music.

November 8, 2004
Glenn Branca

Glenn Branca, originally composed Symphony No. 13, “Hallucination City,” for the Paris millennium celebration.

November 8, 2004
Fabolous

New York rapper Fabolous had a raucous delivery and a lust for the good life.

November 8, 2004
Eminem’s Anti-Bush Video

It’s entirely possible that the strident Bush-bashing video for his single, “Mosh,” might affect the election.

November 1, 2004
Morrissey, Teen Chic

Great pop is made by fans, and there is perhaps no greater fan than Morrissey.

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