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Friday, April 14, 2006



The Walkmen

The Glands

(Ba'al, great band, great song)

Mary Lou Lord
(if anyone can find an mp3 to "She Had You"
off *Got No Shadow* please send me the link)

Okkervil River

And go read:

Not as strong as John Henry Days or The Intuitionist, though just as ambitious, and still better than most novels, Whitehead's Apex (which can be read in a single-sitting) is a fleshing out of themes I suspect Whitehead is just beginning to plumb. Maybe it's the English major in me, but sometimes I find minor works from a major artist more fascinating: it's like watching the unhatching of works that will follow.