Florence + the Machine: Call of the Siren
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GOOD MUSIC GUIDE 39: “Florence + The Machine”
Florence + The Machine: Call of the Siren
Black Keys: Same As It Ever Was
Santigold: Stand and Deliver
Reborn: A Conversation with Jimmy Cliff
ONE-LINERS: A Miniature Take on Selected FILTER Magazine Reviews
MUSIC: Jack White, Sun Kil Moon, Norah Jones, OFF!, Beach House, Light Asylum, Nick Waterhouse, Diamond Rugs, Here We Go Magic, Simian Mobile Disco, Ramona Falls, Bright Eyes, Torche, Father John Misty, Lower Dens, George Sarah, Horse Feathers, Zambri, Teen Daze, Young Man, Like Pioneers, Choir of Young Believers, CFCF, Sarah Jaffe
DVD/BLU-RAY: Shame, Being John Malkovich
BOOKS: Chico & Rita, The Littlest Birds Sing the Prettiest Songs
VIDEO GAMES: Kinect Star Wars, Diablo III