Good Music Guide Issue 15
Bloodlines of music royalty unite in The Good, The Bad & The Queen
With so much good music in the world today, one magazine just isn't enough to keep up.
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Filter Good Music Guide Jan + Feb 2007
Austin City Limits Season 32, Sundance Global Short Film Project for Mobile, Pzizz, Dimeadozen.org, Yes.com
AIR’s Guide to Paris, France
He’s a Believer: ELIJAH WOOD Puts on a Monkey Suit
Gimme Strange Fiction: Talkin’ Movie Music with BRITT DANIEL
Bloodlines of Music Royalty Unite in THE GOOD THE BAD & THE QUEEN
One Liners: A miniature take on selected Filter Magazine reviews
CDs: Of Montreal, RJD2, Sloan, Sondre Lerche, Apples in Stereo, Menomena, Dean & Britta, Babyshambles, Lily Allen, more
DVDs: Nirvana: Live!; Dynamic: 1—The Best of DavidLynch.com; Elvis Costello and Allan Toussaint; Factotum
Books: South Park and Philosophy; Bling: the Hip-Hop Jewlerly Book
Goods from the Guide