Culture Collide: Worlds Converge In Los Angeles
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Filter Good Music Guide October-November 2010
Dethkills: To Live, Die and Paint in L.A.
Revenge of the Book Lovers: 826LA Is Saving the Future by Promoting It
Finland Stories by Stephen Tobolowsky
Klaxons Rave On
Coming To America with White Lies, K-X-P, The Black Atlantic, The Boxer Rebellion, City Riots, Amusement Parks on Fire, Sebastien Tellier, Battle Circus, Gold Lake and Casio Kids.
One-liners: A miniature take on selected FILTER Magazine reviews
CDs: Sufjan Stevens, The Orb Featuring David Gilmour, Warpaint, The Concretes, Pepper Rabbit, Elizabeth & The Catapult, Pomegranates, Gangrene, Brian Eno, Jim Sullivan, Avey Tare, The Autumn Defense, Neil Young, K.C. Accidental, Liz Phair, Pigeon John, Sunns, Small Black, Stereolab, Juliette Commagere, Free Moral Agents, Gold Panda, Doug Paisley,
DVDs: Metalocalypse: Season 3, Back To The Future [25th Anniversary boxed set], The Night Of The Hunter,
Books: Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science and Bad Religion in a World Without God by Greg Graffin & Steve Olson
Video Games: Fable III, Rock Band 3