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Ween fans and “music lovers”, as well as the denizens of the town of New Hope, PA are in for a treat as Mickey Melchiondo aka Dean Ween will be taking part in a weekly jam session featuring prominent musicians. These local musiciansShow More Summary
In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews the new album from Shreveport, Louisiana rockers the Seratones, Get Gone, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution: The post Wannabe Reviews The Seratones’ Rockin’ ‘Get Gone’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
On May 20, Phish will release Hoist, the band’s fifth full-length studio album, as a limited, individually numbered, 180g 2-LP audiophile black vinyl set in stores and online. A colored version of Hoist vinyl released for Record Store Day this year charted to #4 for sales. Show More Summary
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has announced the first wave of artists for their 2016 line-up and return to The Park at Harlinsdale in Franklin, TN for its’ second year taking place on September 24 and 25, 2016. This year’s lineup includes. Show More Summary
In the very first chapter of Trouble Boys, Bob Mehr decoys his readers, rolling out the formative stages of guitarist Bob Stinson’s life in such granular detail that The True Story of The Replacements seems bound for territory as dry as a Wikipedia entry. Show More Summary
Robert Rex Waller Jr. has spent the last sixteen years fronting I See Hawks In L.A., a California group whose cult following has found an appreciation for their hybrid style of country-rock laced with folk and psychedelic sounds. At the core of the group’s identity has always been the profoundly original lyrics of Waller. Show More Summary
London-based but with membership that extends to both sides of the Atlantic, the Boxer Rebellion have been purveying their seductive and sensuous sound over the course of 15 years and five albums, stirring up a modicum of interest while battling the headwinds of a wider public that’s largely unawares. Show More Summary
Now more than ever, Richard has the chance to prove himself as both an engineer and a leader. Can he step up to the throne? The post ‘Silicon Valley’ Gets the Curveball it So Needed (TV REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Game of Thrones is moving confidently into its mid-season. The post Sibling Reunions And Season One Callbacks Anchor Down This Week’s ‘Game of Thrones’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Since 2009 Boulder, Colorado band Grant Farm have been touring constantly, winning fans over with a style of music that brings to mind jam band acts like moe., the Grateful Dead and Phish, but with a proper country twang. It’s the more countryish element of the band that has gives their sound a rustic, organic quality. Show More Summary
In 1990, Tesla was on the rise as a band, having released two albums and a couple of really cool hits, “Love Song” and “Modern Day Cowboy.” They were very hot on the touring trail, putting on concerts with so much energy and vitality it was knocking fans back in their seats. Show More Summary
The Cure are part of an elite class of bands that can play epic, three-hour shows without boring their fans. It helps to have a catalogue of songs – including tons of hits – that dates back forty years. Following a Cure tour is akinShow More Summary
Glide had a front row invite to the Ozzfest meets Knotfest press conference in Los Angeles on May 12th as, Ozzy Osbourne and Corey Taylor, along with Sharon Osbourne, Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler, Zak Wylde and others, unveiled “Ozzfest...Show More Summary
Those who were lucky enough to get into Thursday’s taping of Austin City Limits were treated to something special with an intimate performance from Paul Simon. Somehow over the course of his long and illustrious career and the television show’s 42 years, Simon has never made an appearance. Show More Summary
Mac Demarco played at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia on May 12 and along with all his quirkiness, the man courageously offered some old school punk in the way of jumping from the second floor balcony. After being caught by the audience, they carried him back to the stage while Demarco smoked a cigarette. Show More Summary
While the messaging is, at times, overt, Money Monster manages to be a capable satire that explores problems with journalism today. The post ‘Money Monster’ Offers a Satirical Take on Modern Media (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
A.C. Entertainment and Superfly have announced the 2016 SuperJam lineup at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Best known for creating historic artist moments and bringing to life unexpected genre-breaking musical collaborations, this year’s SuperJam is a tribute to Bonnaroo’s homestate legends ranging from BB King to Justin Timberlake. Show More Summary
All cheesiness aside, Al Scorch’s banjo-picking will scorch you! It’s too hot to touch and practically leaves smoke in its wake. On his new record Circle Round the Signs you’ll get frenzied bursts of bluegrass in each quick tune. Scorch...Show More Summary
The dark rasp of Marcus Blacke will hit you from behind, and the way it sneaks up will make you want to follow it through the hauntingly beautiful intricacies of Blacke’s new self-titled record. Hailing from Australia, Blacke’s voice has the world-weary, lived-in feel of a rail-riding wanderer. Show More Summary
Like the innumerable brethren within the demographic to which their name alludes, Hard Working Americans are an amalgam of distinct personalities, united within a bond of support around Todd Snider’s keenly wrought songs. The strength...Show More Summary