Blog Profile / Hidden Track


URL :http://www.glidemagazine.com/hiddentrack/
Filed Under:Entertainment / Music
Posts on Regator:7947
Posts / Week:20.8
Archived Since:November 2, 2009

Blog Post Archive

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

Kevin Russell Talks New Shinyribs Album, Tacos, Old Austin and more (INTERVIEW)

Kevin Russell never slows down. Since calling it quits with his beloved band The Gourds in 2013, the Austin musician has been devoting nearly every waking hour to his band Shinyribs. Russell formed the group as a side project of The Gourds when the band was still going strong. Show More Summary

Strand of Oaks Create Undeniably Catchy Rock Gems On ‘Hard Love’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Even as his sound has grown bigger and grander over time, Tim Showalter’s songwriting has always radiated with a kind of dark intensity. As Strand of Oaks, he has been consistently making compelling music for years, but it wasn’t until...Show More Summary

SONG PREMIERE: Kentucky Psych-Folk Band Bendigo Fletcher Rest Easy With “Sleeping Pad”

Bandigo Fletcher are only just now establishing a following in their hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, but spend some time listen to their heady blend of psych-folk and Americana and you’ll quickly realize these young fellows are onto something special. Show More Summary

Tales From The Golden Road: 79.5 Get Ready Embark On First Tour With Chicano Batman

Plenty of people go to see bands when they come through their town, but most people don’t think about everything that it takes to get those bands to their favorite club. Being on tour for a musician is both enlightening and daunting, as physically and mentally draining as it is stimulating. Show More Summary

Film Bits: ‘X-Men’ May Have Found New Director; ‘Inhumans’ Casts ‘Game of Thrones’ Alum

Plus, Martin Scorsese inks deal with Netflix. The post Film Bits: ‘X-Men’ May Have Found New Director; ‘Inhumans’ Casts ‘Game of Thrones’ Alum appeared first on Glide Magazine.

At The Drive In Returns With New LP ‘in • ter a • li • a’

With praise still reverberating from December’s unveiling of “Governed By Contagions,” At The Drive In has issued another clarion call from its first album in 17 years: “Incurably Innocent” is the second track to be released in advance...Show More Summary

SONG PREMIERE: K Phillips Reflects On Pop Love With Twangy “Rom Com”

One of the most promising artists to come out of Texas in quite some time is a fella by the name of K Phillips. His soulful Americana is filled with tales of love, struggles, and redemption. On March 10th K Phillips will release hisShow More Summary

Chuck Prophet Pays Homage To Rock’s Finest With ‘Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins’

To say that Chuck Prophet is a rock and roll obsessive would be an understatement. His love for rock music is so deeply rooted in him, it continues to inspire him in sound and in songwriting. On his latest record  Bobby Fuller Died for...Show More Summary

Nikki Lane Stays On Throwback Road With ‘Highway Queen’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Nikki Lane has been on a steady rise with each record she makes, garnering praise for her give-no-fs cowgirl attitude and throwback country queen style. And never has either quality been so sharp than on her new release Highway Queen. Show More Summary

Leftover Salmon Bust Out Horns, Cover The Band, Grateful Dead and Bob Marley In Portland (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Any band that can manage to draw crowds for over two decades must be doing something right. In the case of Leftover Salmon, that something is being able to throw one hell of a party every time they hit the stage. Sunday’s show at the Wonder Ballroom in Portland was no exception. Show More Summary

The Radio Dept. Bring Dream Pop To Sold-Out Austin Crowd (SHOW REVIEW)

A surprise sell-out crowd at the Mohawk on Monday night meant that 90’s nostalgia and Swedish dream pop hasn’t lost its luster. The Radio Dept. is a Swedish indie cult band that would prefer to operate out of the studio than be caught banging around on tour. Show More Summary

Film Bits: Han Solo Goes into Production; Sad News for ‘Hellboy’ Fans

Plus, Emma Watson sings in new Beauty and the Beast clip. The post Film Bits: Han Solo Goes into Production; Sad News for ‘Hellboy’ Fans appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Twin Peaks Releasing Live Double LP ‘Urbs In Horto’ 5/5

On May 5th, Twin Peaks will be releasing a live double LP they’re calling Urbs in Horto (out digitally on 3/31). The record features recordings from the band’s  shows at Metro and Thalia Hall in Chicago last December, where they closed out a banner year by selling 3000 tickets in their hometown. Show More Summary

Pearl Jam, Jim James, Dolly, Kris & More Guest On Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates 10 Years of The Story – An Album to Benefit War Child

On May 5, Legacy Recordings (a division of Sony Music Entertainment) will release quite the album of A-listers performing a younger musician’s music. This historic collection features newly recorded versions of all fourteen songs from...Show More Summary

J. Cole Announces 57 City World ’4 Your Eyez Only’ Tour

J. Cole has announced today that he will hit the road for a 57-city world tour. The “4 Your Eyez Only” Tour kicks off in South Carolina with a run of thirteen small, intimate shows before going into Live Nation arenas in North America and the U.K., along with a mix of arena and theater […] The post J. Show More Summary

SONG PREMIERE: Taarka Deliver Feisty Bluegrass Instrumental “Finn McCool Crosses The Rocky Mountains”

The versatile husband-and-wife team of David and Enion Pelta-Tiller have spent a handful of years pursuing a sound that takes listeners on an enlightening cultural acoustic journey. As Taarka, the group they front along with award-winning...Show More Summary

Frontier Ruckus Offer Sweet Melodic Nuggets on ‘Enter the Kingdom’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Names can be deceiving, especially when the handle in question belongs to Frontier Ruckus, a band based out of Detroit whose idea of making music has as little to do with creating a ruckus as snow does to falling in the Sahara. Still,...Show More Summary

Amanda Palmer & Edward Ka-Spel (Legendary Pink Dots) Announce Collaborative LP ‘I Can Spin a Rainbow’

Amanda Palmer & Edward Ka-Spel have announced the release of their eagerly anticipated new album. I Can Spin a Rainbow will be available on CD, LP, and digital download on Friday, May 5th. I Can Spin a Rainbow marks the first full-length...Show More Summary

Pegi Young Takes On Life Without Neil on ‘Raw’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

For most of her life, Pegi Young’s role was that of Neil Young’s wife, partner and musical sidekick, a satisfying set-up to be sure, but one that found her relying on his fame and stature with little regard for her own interests. After...Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC