Unveiling FILTER Good Music Guide #35 Ft. Sleigh Bells
By Staff on April 11, 2011
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Our new issue features "Sleigh Bells: Over the Top," and we rewind with the treble-trembling duo on the pros and cons of their debut record, Treats, and the struggle to keep cool in the face of the hype machine—yeah, tell 'em, kids. We also re-introduce Suede, as the British cult kings re-appear at Coachella after a near-decade-long absence; break down the door with Elbow; and spit hilarious hot fire with Jorma Taccone of The Lonely Island. Of course, there are also reviews of The Strokes, Bill Callahan, Explosions in the Sky, Gang Gang Dance, Cass McCombs, and more. Would you expect anything less?
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