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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

March 18, 2008

In October 2005, while Swedish-born Jos Gonzlez rode the ripples from the abrupt wave of international acclaim given to his 2003 album, Veneer, in the wake of its U.S. release, I watched an unaccompanied Mia Doi Todd face the impatient, hirsute horde that had amassed for a late-night show at The Independent in San Francisco. Todd was illmatched as the opener for another Scandinavian . . .
Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2007

Gea (City Zen)

If reports of a "folk music revival" are correct, Mia Doi Todd represents some of the movement's more-interesting tendencies, drawing from the less-remembered,

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