Culture Collide: Worlds Converge in Los Angeles 2011, Starring CSS
With so much good music in the world today, one magazine just isn't enough to keep up.
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GOOD MUSIC GUIDE 37: “Culture Collide: Worlds Converge in Los Angeles 2011, Starring CSS”
CSS: The Rhythm, the Rebels
The Elected’s Guide to Los Angeles
Lindstrøm Returns to the West
Gang Gang Dance: Freak Flags of the World
The Lucie Foundation: Snap Judgements, Eternal Rewards
FILTER’s Sound Escapes Presents The Best Eats from Around the World
“Coming To America” with The Analog Girl (Singapore), Liam Finn (New Zealand), Young Liars (Canada), Datarock (Norway), The Asteroids Galaxy Tour (Denmark), Ximena Sariñana (Mexico), Indigo Tree (Poland), The Yellow Dogs (Iran), For A Minor Reflection (Iceland), Holger (Brazil), De Staat (The Netherlands)
ONE-LINERS: A Miniature Take on Selected FILTER Magazine Reviews
CDS: Ryan Adams, Justice, Mayer Hawthorne, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Pallers, DJ Shadow, Mastodon, The Field, Crooked Fingers, Oneohtrix Point Never, Joker, Josh Rouse and the Long Vacations, U2 (Achtung Baby 20th Anniversary Edition), High Places, Cass McCombs, Big Troubles, Tyler Ramsey, Summer Camp, Deer Tick, Kimya Dawson, Owen, Future Islands, Class Actress
DVD/BLU-RAY: Pulp Fiction, Parks and Recreation: Season 3, Trainspotting
BOOKS: Instrument by Pat Graham