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Elsewhere, Again

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I’ve been doing a couple of profiles of musicians performing at SXSW for AOL’s music magazine, Spinner. Assignments are doled out at random (and stock questions required). So far, I’ve interviewed Warren Hood, an Austin-based fiddle and mandolin player with a most darling Texas accent; The Novas, a 1960s teen jangle-pop band reunited in 2006; and Kidz in the Hall, a Chicago- and NY-based indie hip-hop duo who talked to me about free shwag, “bangin’ and scrangin’ and screwin’ Texas-hip-hop,” and the importance of carrying lube at all times. Fun stuff.

[hey, maybe someday I'll blog something substantial here again!]

Written by Elizabeth

March 12, 2010 at 11:01 am

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