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The AV Club Picks for July 2010: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Josh Modell
Guests: 
Nathan Rabin

Nathan Rabin and Josh Modell join Jesse to recommend the best of popular culture. Nathan chooses Louis CK's Louie and the new film The Kids Are All Right. Josh Modell chooses Inception and Children's Hospital.

The AV Club on The Sound of Young America: June 2010

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Kyle Ryan
Guests: 
Genevieve Koski

On this edition of The Sound of Young America, Kyle Ryan and Genevieve Koski from The AV Club meet with Jesse to talk about some of the "hip and happening" things going on in pop culture at the moment.

Film wise, Kyle and Jesse discuss the documentary Winnebago Man about... well the Winnebago Man. Next, Genevieve talks with Jesse about the direction of the Starz show Party Down.

On the musical front, Jesse and Kyle find relief in the latest release from the Roots, How I Got Over. And lastly, Genevieve chimes in about the new Robyn album, Body Talk Pt. 1.

TSOYA: The AV Club April Recommendations

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Josh Modell
Guests: 
Scott Tobias

Ready for the April AV Club recommendations? Editor-in-Chief Josh Modell talks about new music -- Go, a solo album from Jónsi, the frontman of Sigur Rós, and The National's newest album, High Violet.

Film Editor Scott Tobias gives us the story on Justified, a new contemporary psuedo-Western crime series on FX, and the film Hunger, recently distributed by IFC and the Criterion Collection.

The AV Club on The Sound of Young America: March 2010

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Tasha Robinson
Guests: 
Keith Phipps

Keith Phipps and Tasha Robinson of The AV Club join us once again to recommend some of the best in pop culture.

Keith says to check out the 1930s version of Alice In Wonderland, featuring Gary Cooper, Cary Grant and WC Fields. He also recommends the new Johnny Cash record, American VI: Ain't No Grave.

Tasha says to check out the touring show of the Oscar-nominated short films, and an amazing choose-your-own-adventure graphic novel called Meanwhile.

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