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Recently around Glorious Noise...

Postby Jake » Wed Feb 09, 2005 10:47 am

The OC: Noze Graze
Settling in are Alex and Marissa. They both know the Doe Eyed Fawn is a few ropes of drool away from the nuthouse, but in the meantime they're going to get their licks.
By Johnny Loftus, February 9, 2005.


Link: Village Voice Pazz and Jop
The Village Voice Pazz & Jop 2004 results are finally in. Kanye!...
Posted February 8, 2005.


Link: Filter Remembers the Stone Roses
The Stone Roses - The Band That Saved Brit-Pop (or The Most Disappointing Rock Group of All Time). Filter talks to Ian Brown and Mani. Via Chromewaves....
Posted February 8, 2005.


That Dog Doesn't Bite: Super Bowl XXXIX
Sir Paul McCartney played a safe set during the Super Bowl half-time show, but he did it well. And at least he avoided those goddamned medleys.
By Stephen Macaulay, February 8, 2005.


Link: Portable Audio for Snobs
How to make your iPod an audiophile's dream - It's all about lossless file formats and good headphones. Via LHB....
Posted February 7, 2005.


Glorious Noise is Four Years Old
It's true. February 6, 2005 marked the fourth anniversary of the launch of Glorious Noise. That's pretty old for a website, so be kind to us, and help us across the street if you see us at an intersection.
By Jake Brown, February 7, 2005.


Blame Pete!
In 1979, Pete Townshend corrupted a seven-year-old boy, permanently altering the child's state of mind and behavior. Essentially, turning him into a slave of rock and roll. A quarter of a century later, Thomas Durkin reveals all...
By Thomas Durkin, February 4, 2005.


Link: New Pop Song Correspondence
There's a new one now, but the Letter to Elvis Presley From His Hound Dog and the Memo to the Sultans of Swing, From Their Booking Agent are both way better....
Posted February 3, 2005.


Review: M83 - Before The Dawn Heals Us
By Tom Mantzouranis, February 3, 2005.


Review: M.I.A. and Diplo - Piracy Funds Terrorism, Vol. 1
By Tom Mantzouranis, February 1, 2005.


MP3: Iron and Wine - Woman King
"Woman King" by Iron & Wine from the Woman King ep....
Posted February 1, 2005.


The OC: With Powers
The "OC" seems to be setting up its finish line run with some nice new plot twists and a few old faces to punch. There's comics, controversey, and Molotov cocktails in the kitchen sink of Sandy's soul.
By Johnny Loftus, January 31, 2005.


Bright Eyes Delivers a Classic (Finally)
Conor Oberst might be young and beautiful, but he finally lives up to his hype with a mature, sophisticated album that still appeals to the kids.
By Tom Mantzouranis, January 27, 2005.


Review: Bright Eyes - I'm Wide Awake It's Morning
By Tom Mantzouranis, January 26, 2005.


Link: John Darnielle on the new Geto Boys album
John Darnielle takes a look at the new Geto Boys album, Foundation: "Bushwick's verse on "I Tried" ... is the best and saddest song I have heard so far in this young year."...
Posted January 26, 2005.

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