Cold War Kids: All Down the Line
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GOOD MUSIC GUIDE 34: “Cold War Kids: All Down the Line”
Bassline Drive: The Continuous Evolution of RAPHAEL SAADIQ
GAYNGS Come Out to Play
High Fidelity: The Complicated Refinement of COLD WAR KIDS
LUPE FIASCO’s Pro Tips to Surviving the Music Business
BILL HADER: New York’s Hottest Comic Actor!
LITTLE DRAGON: Working the Machine
BlackBerry Photo Translator
DJ Goes Digital
Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry
Criterion + Hulu = Classics On Demand
ONE-LINERS: A Miniature Take on Selected FILTER Magazine Reviews
CDS: Radiohead, Panda Bear, The Mountain Goats, The Dodos, Alexander, Paul Simon, Adele, Six Organs of Admittance, Noah and the Whale, Heidecker & Wood, Funeral Party, Lykke Li, Sean Rowe, Malachai, Keren Ann, Puro Instinct, The Kills, The Luyas, Grails, The Joy Formidable, Rainbow Arabia, Sugo Tokumaru, The Builders and the Butchers
DVDS: Mad Men: Season Four, Broadcast News, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
BOOKS: Patti Smith: 1969¬–1976, The Sisters Brothers
VIDEO GAMES: Bulletstorm, Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds