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Sean Watkins: What to Fear

Sean Watkins adds a rhythm section and opens up his sound, but the strong songwriting is what really makes What to Fear work.

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The Substance and the Light: An Interview with Mike Doughty

In this sprawling, revealing interview with former Soul Coughing frontman Mike Doughty, PopMatters learns from the alt-hero-turned-troubadour what makes a good cover song, how it's like growing up in a bipolar household, and the details of the collapse of the music industry straight from the inside of it.

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Have at It: An Interview with Mike Doughty

Our writer went to speak to Mike Doughty prior to his show about his new (excellent) memoir, his unique tour, and his great new album. What he got, however, was a first-hand view of one of the most unique audience ejections we've yet seen, and Doughty tells us all about it ...

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Warts and All: Mike Doughty's 'The Book of Drugs'

Former Soul Coughing frontman Mike Doughty's new memoir is unflinching, hilarious and honest, but not without its flaws. That said, it's still one of the best books you'll read this year.

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Dead But Not Buried or, When the '90s Took a '60s Turn

The post-Dead and post-Zappa bands of the '90s sought to subvert the prevailing trends towards crass commercialism, individual greed, and phony superficiality.

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Soul Coughing: New York, NY 16.08.99

This a wonderful addition to the collection of any Soul Coughing fan, a canny and timely reminder of just how good these guys were.

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