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Warren Haynes has done more than his share of musical exploration during the course of his career. From working with outlaw country artist David Allen Coe he joined Dickey Betts’ Pattern Disruptive band which led directly to his extended...Show More Summary
Day one Newport Folk Fest attendees could not have predicted all of the surprises in store as they made their way by car, bus, bicycle and foot across the harbor to Fort Adams on such a magnificent sunny day. Around every corner, someone...Show More Summary
Assume, for the moment, you know nothing about Southpaw. That’s probably a pretty safe bet, otherwise you probably wouldn’t have found yourself here, but roll with me for a moment. You know nothing about Southpaw, and I tell you, “It’s...Show More Summary
I had just returned from a movie last night when I heard the news about (yet another) senseless act of violence and inhumanity, the kind which seem to take place all too frequently in our nation in this day and age. At a theater in Louisiana,...Show More Summary
For just about a decade Bradenton, Florida band Have Gun, Will Travel have been making music that can’t be put in a box. It has often been easiest for critics to just call them an alt. country band, and there are good enough reasons for that. Show More Summary
A good idea is a good idea, and there’s a certain amount of credit due towards it for being a good idea. And, for this, I will credit Pixels. As a premise, it’s not that bad. The 2010 short film of the same name proved this when it first hit, showcasing, in under three minutes, […] The post ‘Pixels’ Needs A Reset (Movie Review) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Phish wrapped up their sold out two-night stand at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend, OR Wednesday night. The show featured some tasty highlights, but the energy level never exceeded what was offered on Tuesday night. There were some...Show More Summary
“eps.1.4_3xpl0its.wmv” The mystery continues as to what’s really going on in Mr.Robot this week with Elliot and co. using their resources to exploit the human condition. After the last episode’s spectacular showing, this one felt a little…well meh. Show More Summary
Photos of Bash 15 featuring Cowz, The Melvins, Run Westy Run & Hammerhead at Grumpy’s in Minneapolis, MN on 7/11/15. Photos by Billy Briggs The post Bash 15: Cowz, The Melvins, Run Westy Run & Hammerhead – Grumpy’s, Minneapolis, MN 7/11/15 (PHOTOS) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
“Comparisons are everywhere. I never feel pressured by them. People’s relationship to music is so personal and when someone compares me to an artist, what they’re really doing is comparing me to their experience of that artist,” says musician/songwriter Sara Curtin about being compared to both Sharon Van Etten. Show More Summary
Louis C.K.'s 'Tomorrow Night' is far from perfect, but therein lies its charm and inarguable justification for its very existence and recent re-release. The post Movie Review: Louis C.K.’s ‘Tommorow Night’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
A far-fetched pop fantasy involving the collision of 'Girls' and 'Mad Men' is surely something that exists. Thankfully, such a fantasy is somewhat indulged in this week’s episode -- though not lightly. The post ‘Girls’ Breakdown: ‘Free Snacks’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
The Chili Peppers may have mimed during the Super Bowl, but...who cares? The post A Plea for Sanity on the Red Hot Chili Peppers Super Bowl Miming Incident appeared first on Glide Magazine.
More fun guest stars — 'HIMYM' is trying to make a callback to every past episode this season, it seems — but do we need even more episodes about Ted’s love for Robin? Fortunately, this seems to be the final one. The post ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Breakdown: ‘Sunrise’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
This solid (if unremarkable) mid-season premiere offers few shocks but some nice character development. The post ‘The Walking Dead’ Breakdown: ‘After’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
The disappointing but inevitable turning point initiated by last week’s episode continues with resilience in “Only Child,” pitting Hannah and Caroline against each other in what essentially is a battle of selves. The post ‘Girls’ Breakdown: ‘Only Child’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
What makes this performance so stellar is that it never feels like imitation, even really good imitation. The post Live Review: Zappa Plays Zappa Gels with the Portland Weird at the Roseland Theater (January 31st, 2014) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
The Flaming Lips and Sean Lennon teamed up for Beatles Week. The post The Flaming Lips and Sean Lennon Cover ‘Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds’ for Letterman’s ‘Beatles Week’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
'Community' mocks 'Game of Thrones' culture in this decent episode. The post ‘Community’ Breakdown: ‘Analysis of Cork-Based Networking’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
This season decided to forego trying to out-gore and out-horror itself, and embraced the comedy of the genre instead. It was a campy, trendy season; and this finale tied it all together with a big bow. The post ‘American Horror Story: Coven’ Breakdown: ‘The Seven Wonders’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.