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- 03/02/17--15:42: Slightly Stoopid Announces 2017 Sounds of Summer Tour
- 03/03/17--06:13: Natalie Cressman Explores Dance Vibe on ‘Traces’ EP (ALBUM REVIEW)
- 03/03/17--08:56: ‘Table 19′ Charms its Way Out of Pitfalls (FILM REVIEW)
On the heels of four back-to-back sold-out shows at the Gramercy Theatre in New York this past January, The Magpie Salute is back for more shows. Following the prior announcement of shows in Chicago (July), San Francisco(September), Boston (August), Atlanta (August) and Los Angeles (September), now comes a headlining tour. THE MAGPIE SALUTE’s first-ever national headline tour–starting July 26 in Indianapolis–which will include appearances at festivals (itinerary below). For […]
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Slightly Stoopid have unveiled the initial dates for their 11th annual summer tour. The 2017 Sounds of Summer tour will route the California natives to amphitheaters and pavilions across North America and take the band overseas for festivals throughout Europe. Joining Slightly Stoopid on all June, July and August US dates are Iration, J Boog, and The Movement. Pre-sale tickets go on […]
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Following three holiday tours with Nick Lowe, America’s foremost instrumental guitar combo Los Straitjackets couldn’t help but ask the question, “What would Nick Lowe’s songs sound like as instrumentals?” On May 19, the Grammy-nominated guitar heroes will answer that question with the release of What’s So Funny About Peace, Love And Los Straitjackets on Yep […]
Justin Townes Earle has signed to New West Records and is set to return with Kids In The Street on May 26th. The 12-song set was produced by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, First Aid Kit) at his ARC Studios, and is the first time in his career that Earle has worked with an outside producer. […]
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The singer/songwriter/trombonist Natalie Cressman has already had a whirlwind career and she is just twenty-five years old. Having been a key member of the Trey Anastasio Band Cressman has sung and played trombone everywhere from Red Rocks to Madison Square Garden and now she releases her newest EP titled Traces. On past offerings, Cressman had […]
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Comprised solely of percussionist Russ Lawton and keyboardist Ray Paczkowski, the simplicity of the Soule Monde lineup belies the density of sound they conjure up. As a result, the title of their second full-length album, Must Be Nice, might represent a remark rival musicians would make in admiration of this alliance between the two long-time members of […]
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Using 70s punk and New Wave as a springboard to launch into their own unique creative process, Cincinnati quartet The Yugos have been making waves in their hometown since 2011. The group even garnered a Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best Indie Artist of 2015, reflecting both their ability to write frenzied, hook-laden songs and to perform […]
The post SONG PREMIERE: The Yugos Inspired By ‘Freak and Geeks’ On Post-Punk Anthem “Andopolis” appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Not only is Chicano Batman’s newest album the most soulful, emotionally moving/political album of their career, it is also their most complete. Freedom Is Free finds the group continuing their South American rock influences but also diving head-first into classic American R&B with grace and passion. Opener “Passed You By” effortlessly flirts with dreamy guitars […]
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Director Ry Russo-Young guides a potentially disastrous movie towards something almost remarkable.
The post Flawed But Not Terrible, ‘Before I Fall’ a Solid Entry into Young Adult Cinema (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Anna Kendrick leads a delightful cast in this fun, if forgettable, indie rom com.
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