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- 02/15/17--10:58: Film Bits: ‘The Bad Batch’ Trailer; Luke Evans Teases ‘Gaston’
- 02/15/17--19:49: Iggy Pop, Buzzcocks, X Top Burger Boogaloo 2017 Lineup
- 02/16/17--06:33: Robert Randolph & The Family Band Still ‘Got Soul’ (ALBUM REVIEW)
- 02/16/17--09:42: Horror Honcho Roxanne Benjamin Spills Guts on ‘XX’ (INTERVIEW)
- 02/17/17--04:15: The Almost Greatness of ‘The Great Wall’ (FILM REVIEW)
- 02/17/17--04:30: ‘XX’ Offers New Perspectives in Terror (FILM REVIEW)
- 02/17/17--12:05: Midnight Oil Staging First World Tour In Over Two Decades
- 02/20/17--05:58: Agent Orange Stay True To Punk Legacy In Austin (SHOW REVIEW)
Red Porch Kid is an American rock band formed in 2015 by singer/songwriter and producer Michael Stovall. A founding member of the band Jackson Jones – which disbanded in 2008, Stovall began touring and recording music as a solo act. In 2014 he released his only solo record Georgia, which Tony Keefer of The Music […]
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Director Jovanka Vuckovic spearheads the wave of some much needed new perspectives within the horror genre.
The post Mistress of Horror Jovanka Vuckovic Talks ‘XX’ and the Female Perspective (INTERVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Plus, Disney finds director for live action remake of Mulan.
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Today, Oakland’s favorite music festival (as voted by the readers of the East Bay Express), Burger Boogaloo, which happens July 1st & 2nd at Mosswood Park, announces its line-up for 2017, and whoo-boy it’s a doozy. The most ambitious lineup yet, Burger Boogaloo is celebrating its 5th year at Mosswood by announcing Iggy Pop, Buzzcocks, […]
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Robert Randolph falls into the category of virtuoso artist who has yet to truly capture his talents on a studio album. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, he has good company (contemporaries Trombone Shorty and Gary Clark Jr. quickly come to mind) and is happy to make his way via the live show which he […]
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Ten years ago, night fell over Kortadela. On his vividly colored, sample-heavy 2007 breakthrough LP, Swedish songwriter Jens Lekman juxtaposes vibrant pop with dryly funny quotidian narratives. Lekman is adept at making even the most mundane, fleeting moments seem significant. It helps that he’s a hilarious narrator to boot: on “The Opposite of Hallelujah,” one […]
The post Jens Lekman Creates Finest Album To Date With ‘Life Will See You Now’ (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Austin singer-songwriter Christina Cavazos is only just turning 17 and already her musical maturity is fully evident on her second EP, Cold, due Feb. 24, 2017. The album showcases her crystal clear soprano and accomplished songwriting. It also finds her teaming up with accomplished producer Louie Lino (Nada Surf, Ume, Matt Pond PA), who layers […]
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The musical lineup for the 2017 Solid Sound Festival, which takes place June 23-25 at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA, has been revealed. Joining festival hosts Wilco, who will headline shows on Friday and Saturday, are Television, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Robert Glasper Experiment, Dawn of Midi, Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin with the Guilty Ones, Kevin Morby, […]
Producer, writer, and director Roxanne Benjamin talks anthologies and the making of the female driven XX.
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It ain't an easy train to hop aboard, but if you can manage it then strap in, buddy.
The post Gore Verbinski Revels in Insanity with ‘A Cure for Wellness’ (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Surprisingly, Matt Damon's presence is the least of this movie's woes.
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Four talented women conjure four terrifying tales in this horror anthology.
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Yeah You, and I, the first solo album by Arcade Fire multi-instrumentalist Tim Kingsbury, is a densely layered indie pop gem that rivals Kingsbury’s main band in its artistry. Under the stage name Sam Patch, Kingsbury began writing and recording the material shortly after ending Arcade Fire’s Reflektor tour, so it’s not surprising that it […]
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“What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns, or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I […]
The post Ryan Adams Embraces Lost Love and Self-Awareness on ‘Prisoner’ (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Even as he devotes the majority of time to his ongoing solo career, Jay Farrar has applied a no less discerning focus on those projects with his post-Uncle Tupelo band, Son Volt. For the first group endeavor in four years, Notes of Blue, Farrar informs ten new songs with (by his own admission) the influence […]
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Who is The Kernal? If you don’t know, it’s best you start knowin’. The Tennessee native has been doing his thing for some time now, playing as a sideman with the likes of Andrew Combs and Jonny Fritz among others, and now he’s stepping out on his own with this album. On March 3rd The Kernal […]
The post SONG PREMIERE: The Kernal Rambles Beautifully “At the Old Taco Bell” (INTERVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Legendary Australian rock band and agitators Midnight Oil today announced their first World Tour in over two decades. They also unveiled plans to release three archival box sets including a collection called “The Overflow Tank” which will contain more than 14 hours of previously unreleased and rare material. “The Great Circle 2017” World Tour will see the […]
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As one of the early adopters of hardcore punk in California, a state which spawned some of the all time greatest punk rock bands, Agent Orange has surprisingly also been one of the few to plow along all the way into 2017. Like most others, they’re down to just one original member, though singer and […]
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The Rock Boat set sail on its 17th voyage February 10-15, 2017 and cruised on the NCL Jade from Tampa to Belize and Costa Maya, Mexico for 5 days. Hosted by Sister Hazel, this year’s cruise featured Better than Ezra, The Trews, Matt Nathanson, Grizfolk and more. Photos by Amy Harris
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Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Julia Anrather has a lot on her plate, spending time an actress and a producer with a handful of projects going on at any given moment. Somehow though, she manages to inject a ton of creativity and inspiration into her music, which can be described as sensual and sensible pop. Anrather even found […]
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