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Fried Rice: In the Hot Seat with Chris Ryan from Black Congress, Dead City Sound Studio

Chris says: "This is awesome I've never live blogged before!"

HPMA Must-See's: Born Liars, Wild Mocassins (saw them), Sharks and Sailors (He better say that his girlfriend is the bassist.), Hearts of Animals

Your Votes (that aren't your band): Wild Moccasins for Best New Act Sharks and Sailors for Best Indie Rock Fatal Flying Guilloteens should not win for Best Punk (oh, snap) And oh yeah, my girlfriend Melissa Lonchambon for Best Bassist

"Most Played" Tunes Your iPod: The new Balaclavas album Inferno

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