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Thursday, June 16th, 2005

Daniel Lanois is interviewed by Metro Toronto

Lanois harks back to Eno days on Belladonna. If Daniel Lanois had to name his closest friend, you might assume he'd name any one of a number of high-profile musicians — the guys in U2, Robbie Robertson, Peter Gabriel, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris or Willie Nelson — whom he's produced ...

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Sunday, June 12th, 2005

New interview with Neko Case just posted!

Interviews With Twang: Neko Case Not Your Typical Alt-Country Crooner By J. Church The stress and strain of being a professional musician is nothing to scoff at. Between traveling hundreds of miles to play late-night gigs, writing material, collaborating with other musicians who have conflicting schedules, and having a personal ...

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Wednesday, June 8th, 2005

Blogcritics.com review he new Danny Cohen record

Danny Cohen: We're All Gunna Die Cohen works a kind of outsider-art aesthetic in his unusual pop-songs. Like Dylan at his most uncomfortably nasal, this is not for everyone, but the rewards for patient, open-minded listeners are great. Cohen's a bit of a mystery - finding information on this ...

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Wednesday, June 15th, 2005

Columbus, OH loves Neko Case's live show

Catch that tiger! Over the course of three studio albums that blurred the lines between Patsy Cline and Mazzy Star, Neko Case has become the sweetheart of the alt-country sect. With an arresting, crimson voice that’s at turns sultry, plaintive and robust, Case has imbued each of her records ...

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Thursday, June 9th, 2005

The San Francisco Weekly reviews new Danny Cohen CD

Danny Cohen We're All Gunna Die By Mike Rowell Published: Wednesday, June 8, 2005 Tom Waits introduced Paradise, Calif.-based Danny Cohen to the Anti- label, and there's no denying the similarities between the two artists. But Cohen is no Waits wannabe; if anything, the veteran songwriters both ...

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Wednesday, June 8th, 2005

The New York Times covers Daniel Lanois

Daniel Lanois's songs don't sound composed so much as hewn: roughly carved out of some sturdy primordial material like hardwood or, perhaps, rock. They're not fancy; they still have unpolished spots. They let laconic melodies arise out of a few standard chords, to be repeated with modest ...

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