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SONG PREMIERE: Gwyneth Moreland Connects To The Land “Broken Road”

When it came time to begin working on her new album, Gwyneth Moreland turned to her own backyard for inspiration. It was the rugged and beautiful landscape of her Northern California hometown of Mendocino, a place that has long embraced artists. Show More Summary

Soundgarden Announces 2017 Headlining Tour

Soundgarden has announced a North American headline tour that will kick off on May 3rd in Atlanta, GA at the Fox Theatre. The Pretty Reckless and Dillinger Escape Plan will support select dates. The band is reportedly on work for a new...Show More Summary

Power Trip Cross Metal Genres With Pummeling Force On ‘Nightmare Logic’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Power Trip are becoming one of Texas’ biggest metal acts. With extensive touring under their belt since the 2013 release of their debut full length, they’ve announced a spring time, month-long European stint in support of Napalm Death and Brujeria. Show More Summary

Chicano Batman Bring Psychedelic Soul to Sold-Out Portland Crowd (SHOW REVIEW)

When Chicano Batman hit Portland on Friday night it was only the second stop of their tour, but already the group was on fire. It was also a cause for celebration as they had released their new album Freedom Is Free that day and they managed to sell out the 500-capacity Star Theater. Show More Summary

Adam Ant Makes NYC Triumphant Return at Webster Hall In Celebration of ‘Kings of the Wild Frontier’ (SHOW REVIEW)

Adam Ant made his triumphant return to New York City on Wednesday night (2/22 )for the final date on his current North American tour.  An anniversary celebration of the iconic album Kings of the Wild Frontier, Adam and his band played the album in its entirety along with a well-stocked setlist of other Ant classics. Show More Summary

Oscar Predictions: ‘La La Land’ or ‘Moonlight’?

Hollywood's biggest night has come. Who will take home the big prize? The post Oscar Predictions: ‘La La Land’ or ‘Moonlight’? appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Blitzen Trapper To Make Theatrical Debut With ‘Wild And Reckless’

 Blitzen Trapper will make their foray into the world of theater with Wild and Reckless, a new concert event written and performed by the band that will have its world premiere at The Armory in Portland, OR. The band has already recorded...Show More Summary

Sting, Joe Sumner and The Last Bandoleros Let Loose In New Orleans (SHOW REVIEW)

When Sting shouted out, “I want to hear you New Orleans!” the crowd shouted back in unison. While the city is in the midst of their Mardi Gras season, Sting brought that same kind of jovial fun to his set on Wednesday night at the UNO...Show More Summary

Crystal Fairy Holds Back Nothing on Audacious Debut (ALBUM REVIEW)

The Melvins and Le Butcherettes unite in a showcase of pure rock fury. The post Crystal Fairy Holds Back Nothing on Audacious Debut (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Zombies Live Again in ‘The Girl with All the Gifts’ (FILM REVIEW)

The undead are resurrected beautifully in a this new take on zombie standards. The post Zombies Live Again in ‘The Girl with All the Gifts’ (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

John Mayer Adds Summer Outdoor Shows To World Tour

 A summer leg has been added to John Mayer’s Search for Everything World Tour, which will launch on Tuesday, July 18 in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Isleta Amphitheater and runs through Sunday, September 3 in Noblesville, Indiana at...Show More Summary

‘Get Out’ an Important Work of Sheer Terror (FILM REVIEW)

Jordan Peele examines the horror of racism. The post ‘Get Out’ an Important Work of Sheer Terror (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Deliver Strongest Album Since Debut With ‘The Tourist’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Since the release of their eponymous debut in 2005, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have struggled to create something quite as monumental. In fact, after releasing three other LPs over the past decade and failing to receive much critical acclaim,...Show More Summary

The Feelies Keep True Indie Alive On ‘In Between’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Some 30 years ago, The Feelies gave new meaning and incentive to the alt-rock underground. Based out of the otherwise unassuming town of Hoboken New Jersey, they fused a psychedelic sensibility to the acoustic strum purveyed by REM,Show More Summary

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Keep It Weird…. Again On ‘Flying Microtonal Banana’

No one is questioning that King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are strange. Or that they are an extremely psychedelic, experimental and talented seven-member group. Their past albums alone prove this. The dreamy psychedelic fuzz of Oddments...Show More Summary

Rhiannon Giddens Explores Racial Strife on ‘Freedom Highway’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

“There is just one thing/I can’t understand, my friend/why some folks think freedom/ is not designed for all men,” sings Rhiannon Giddens in a fiery voice as she covers “Freedom Highway” a song the Staples Singers recorded back in the 1960s. Show More Summary

Vagabon Marries East and West-African Sounds and Indie Rock On Debut ‘Infinite Worlds’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Born in Cameroon, Lætitia Tamko moved to New York at the beginning of high school and much of the content on her debut LP Infinite Worlds is colored through the lens of this move. Tamko aka Vagabon has been around music in its many forms...Show More Summary

The Enduring Importance of ‘Lost Highway’: The Lynchian Nightmare Unrestrained

With the Twin Peaks revival just around the corner, and to celebrate its 20th anniversary. we look back on another work from David Lynch. The post The Enduring Importance of ‘Lost Highway’: The Lynchian Nightmare Unrestrained appeared first on Glide Magazine.

SONG PREMIERE: Killer Kaya Brings Mystical Funk Alive on “Understood”

Santa Barbara based psychedelic funk band, Killer Kaya, releases “Understood” (below) one of the tracks from their upcoming album said to be coming out later this year. While “Understood” holds true to the funk and soul elements found...Show More Summary

The Mountain Goats Return With ‘Goths’ May 19th – Share First Single ““Andrew Eldritch Is Moving Back to Leeds”

On May 19, The Mountain Goats return with Goths. The band has shared the first single  via Spotify and can be heard below. The Mountain Goats have announced a run of tour dates including several opening for Jason Isbell. John Darnielle is currently on a book tour with his new New York Times bestselling novel Universal Harvester. Show More Summary

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