The collective knowledge of Pitchforks contributors is an invaluable tool for finding new and interesting rock; on the other hand, the mag is marred by bad writers who frequently confuse opacity with profundity. The rock programming at ALBUM 88, WRAS-FM (88.5) is Pitchforks encyclopedic equal. Only, instead of writing about the music, Georgia States student-run station plays you the music. And instead of being pompous, the student DJs are smart people who play interesting music because they think you might like it. You wont like all of it. But if you like discovering new rock, its your best bet, short of stealing cool peoples iPods.