Good Music Guide Issue 17
Truth, Justice and Interpol
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 May-July, 2007
Deluxe album art saves the CD; Slacker's Internet Radio on the Go; VBS.tv: Spike Jonze & toxic zones direct to homes; Make your own MP3 player with Motz; Relive SXSW at Grouper.com.
Travis' Guide to Glasgow, Scotland
There Is No Mystique. There is Only Truth, Justice and Interpol.
Coachella Casserole: A Letter from Patton Oswalt
The Chairmen of the Bored: Hot Talk with the Men of Hot Fuzz
Queens of the Stone Age Usher in a New Era
One Liners: A miniature take on selected Filter Magazine reviews
CDs: Bright Eyes, the Rakes, Blonde Redhead, Polyphonic Spree, Wilco, Jeff Buckley, The National, more
DVDs: You're Gonna Miss Me: A Film About Rocky Erickson; South Park: The Complete Ninth Season; A Purge of Dissidents
Books: Check the Technique: Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies; Dear Diary; FOUND Polaroids
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