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Local girl-punks the Peeps espouse the politics of good old rock 'n' roll
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy sinks his Summer Teeth into the sugary pop he was always meant to play
Two local playfests raise hopes of unsung dramatists
The country-rock heroes of Whiskeytown find solace in their instability
Son Volt's Jay Farrar doesn't waste his words