FILTER Issue 18
The Flaming Lips: at war with the mundane
On stands November 02, 2005
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Join us on the high seas with our favorite band of biker pirates, the extraordinaray Flaming Lips. Wayne Coyne and Co. take Filter on a heady trip through their 23 years of being "At War with the Mundane." Upon returning to dry land, we sit down with the Strokes for a first look at their truly new new record, chat with Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst about life on the road, explore the roots of Jamrock with Damian Marley, and discuss the future of our warring world with Burt Bacharach and Rufus Wainwright. Also: Steve Buscemi, the Rakes, Max Headroom, a first look at the new Cat Power record, and an essay from Art Brut's Eddie Argos.
At War with the Mundande: Love, Life, Death & the Extraorinary FLAMING LIPS
Future Perfect: Transmissions from the Cult of MAX HEADROOM
One More First Impression: Long Live THE STROKES
A Rasta's Paradise: DAMIAN MARLEY and the Roots of Jamrock
Draming of a Train: BRIGHT EYES and the Art of Travel
Make Love Songs Not War: BURT BACHARACH and RUFUS WAINWRIGHT Doth Protest
Room at the Top: Birds, Booze and Four Blokes Called THE RAKES
Charlotte's Web: THE SUBWAYS and Their Muse
GETTING TO KNOW
BOARDS OF CANADA
BUBBLE: A Conversation with Director STEVEN SODERBERGH
LONESOME JIM: A Conversation with Director STEVE BUSCEMI
RECORD COLLECTION with Matthew Caws of NADA SURF
WHAT I THINK OF THE U.K. MUSIC SCENE by Eddie Args of ART BRUT