Fusicology.com on January 18, 2012with 0 comments
“Good Music Will Prevail,” that is the motto we have been championing here at FILTER Magazine headquarters for 10 years. That’s right, FILTER, the independently-owned avant-garde music magazine, has now entered its 10th year in print, a pretty massive milestone indeed.
Over the past ten years (2002 – 2012) FILTER Magazine has stayed true to its roots. The publication was founded on the philosophy of printing quality content about quality music, helping fans to discover artists and their stories. From the first issue, On The Dark Side of The Moon with Weezer, which hit newsstands in July 2002, to the upcoming issue 47, on-sale Feb. 17, the magazine’s unwavering dedication to guide people towards good music discovery has kept its readership growing and FILTER readers coming back for more.
So what does this mean for you, the FILTER reader? As the year rolls out, we will be revisiting certain features from every single FILTER Issue ever published including covers stories from David Bowie, Lou Reed & The Strokes, Tom Waits, Bjork and more and we will also look at where all of our Getting To Know artists are now.
2012 will also feature FILTER’s 50th Magazine issue, new content on the FILTER Magazine iPad App, 2012 SXSW Rainey St. takeover with four venue showcases, new Good Music Guides, Coachella Kick Off Party, Official Lollapalooza after parties, and the grandaddy of them all, the third annual Culture Collide Festival.
So be on the lookout everyone. 2012 will be an exciting year for FILTER Magazine.
Good Music Will Prevail.