Independent Clauses | n. —unusual words about underappreciated music

Works Cited

March 1, 2007

Works Cited

Bowles, Henry M. “Snobs OD’d on the ironic.” Daily Northwestern. 28 Feb. 2006. U-Wire. LexisNexis. U. of Nebraska Lib., Lincoln. 2 Nov. 2006. .

Cross, David and Eugene Mirman. Interview with Laura Gilbert. “Six Rounds With…David Cross & Eugene Mirman.” Entertainment Weekly. 15 Oct. 2004. .

Forrest, Perry. “Why Hipsters Aren’t All That Hip.” Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine. Sept. 2006. 57-62. U. of Nebraska Lib., Lincoln. 2 Nov. 2006 .

“Hipster.” Urban Dictionary. 2006. 8 Nov. 2006. .

Leland, John. Hip: The History. New York: HarperCollins, 2004.

Plumley, Aimee. Hipsters Are Annoying!. 2006. 8 Nov. 2006. .

Potter, Andrew. “Newsflash: cool’s out.” Maclean’s. 16 Jan. 2006. Vol. 119 Issue 3, p8-8, 2/3p, 1bw. Academic Search Premier. EPHost. U. of Nebraska Lib., Lincoln. 8 Nov. 2006. .

Sherman, Steve. “Fake Divide.” The Daily Iowan. 30 Nov. 2005. U-Wire. LexisNexis. U. of Nebraska Lib., Lincoln. 2 Nov. 2006. .

The Squid and the Whale. Dir. Noah Baumbach. Perf. Owen Kline, Jeff Daniels, Laura Linney, Jesse Eisenberg, William Baldwin. American Empirical Pictures, 2005.

“Two Hipsters Angrily Call Each Other ‘Hipster.’” The Onion. 29 Mar. 2006. 42-13. .

“You Got F*cked in the Ass.” South Park. Comedy Central. 7 Apr. 2004.

Stephen Carradini and Lisa Whealy write reviews of instrumental, folk, and singer/songwriter music. We write about those trying to make the next step in their careers and established artists.

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