Good Music Guide Issue 18
Arcade Fire: Have Gang, Will Travel
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 Aug.-Sept., 2007
Joseph Arthur hawks his live shows; recycle your iPod; mix your own beats on the go with the Akai MPC 500; find the right station with Belkin My Best FM; Buy U.K. imports at 7digital.com.
Crowded House's Guide to New Zealand
Army of She: Planting Flags with Björk
Have Gang, Will Travel: Rollin' Deep with Arcade Fire
Proustabout! A Psychological Profile of Editors
Wet, Hot, Canadian Summer: Blowin' Through the Jasmine with the New Pornographers
One Liners: A miniature take on selected Filter Magazine reviews
CDs: Iron & Wine, Shout Out Louds, Animal Collective, Fog, Jamie T, Matt Pond PA, Tegan and Sara, more
DVDs: Supersuckers Live in Orange County, Giberto Gil Acústico MTV
Books: If You LIked School, You'll Love Work
Video Games: BioShock, Madden NFL 08, Metroid Prime 3
U.K. Imports presented by The Fly