Good Music Guide Issue 22
Portishead: Sour Times Are Here Again
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 2008
Ambassadors for the Lonely: The Return of Portishead
Flight of the Conchords: Birds of Vintage Leather
The Verve's Guide to Manchester, U.K.
In Villain Veritas: Tim Roth Reveals His Dark Side
How to Convert YouTube Videos to MP3
Be Your Own DJ, Slacker Style
Hightail it from Coachella to Sasquatch! with Virgin America
Xtreme Music for Any Occasion
One-liners: A miniature take on selected Filter Magazine reviews
CDs: Wolf Parade, Animal Collective, We Are Scientists, The Roots, The Dresden Dolls, Love, The Futureheads, Tilly and the Wall, The Black Angels, Midnight Oil, Fleet Foxes, Shearwater, Martha Wainwright, The Presets, The Notwist
DVDs: Heavy Metal in Baghdad; The National: A Skin, A Night
Books: Y: The Last Man -- Vol 9 and 10; True Norwegian Black Metal
Video Games: Mario Kart Wii ; Deca Sports Wii