A soul as sensitive as Dan Gellar's would be expected to shy away from controversy and cave in when the PC brigade comes rallying round. After all, the twee music that Gellar champions -- both as co-founder of the influential indie label Kindercore and leader of the electro-pop duo I Am the World Trade Center -- is friendly and featherweight. But Gellar, an affable twentysomething with a perpetual smile, didn't crumble when, in the aftermath of September 11, the name of his musical project was criticized as the apotheosis of bad taste. Several e-mails said the group must surely epitomize the worst of... More >>>