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The Head and the Heart Embrace Poppier Sound On ‘Signs of Light’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

When it all comes down to it, growth is the juicy consequence of change. The journey to get there is a risk and anyone with the guts to try deserves to be applauded…some of the time. Signs of Light, the third album from indie rockers...Show More Summary

Dinosaur Jr. Play Austin’s ACL Live (PHOTOS)

Dinosaur Jr. are currently on tour in support of their latest album Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not and on Friday, September 16 they made a stop in Austin, Texas for a show at ACL Live. Photos by Scott Moore. The post Dinosaur Jr. Play Austin’s ACL Live (PHOTOS) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Mirror in the Bathroom: The English Beat Still Display a Lusty Presentation (SHOW REVIEW)

It was gratifying to see the Higher Ground Ballroom slowly but surely populate as showtime drew near the Sunday night of 9/11. It was over seven years ago that The English Beat commanded the stage in the Ballroom for a rousing celebration...Show More Summary

The Handsome Family Explore Untouched Corners on ‘Unseen’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Any author or songwriter will tell you that a piece’s opening lines are centrally important. Regardless of what may follow, a colorful lead paragraph or a lively line or two of verse is often all it takes to hook a reader in. With that...Show More Summary

Preoccupations Incur Frantic Drama on Self Titled New Band Name LP (ALBUM REVIEW)

The band was once known as Viet Cong is now Preoccupations due to burgeoning political controversy over their name. The newly named post-punk outfit’s second self-titled record opens with  the familiar murkiness the group beautifully rendered in last year’s Viet Cong then self titled effort. Show More Summary

Jesse Dayton Crosses Timelines at Lightning Speed on ‘The Revealer’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Extracting punk attitude from country conventions, Jesse Dayton crosses timelines and genres at lightning speed on The Revealer, but that’s in line with the course of a career that’s had him guitaring for the unlikely polar opposites of Waylon Jennings and X. Show More Summary

Film Bits: RIP Kim ‘Hatchet Face’ McGuire; ‘Nocturnal Animals’ Releases Amazing Trailer; ‘Pacific Rim 2? Casts Female Lead

Annabelle 2 releases terrifying trailer, and Netflix makes intriguing acquisition. The post Film Bits: RIP Kim ‘Hatchet Face’ McGuire; ‘Nocturnal Animals’ Releases Amazing Trailer; ‘Pacific Rim 2? Casts Female Lead appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Stevie Wonder, John Mayer, Chaka Khan Aboard For Prince Tribute Show

Stevie Wonder and members of Prince’s inner circle will lead a family-sanctioned Prince tribute concert in St Paul, Minnesota on October 13th. Prince’s family originally planned to hold the show at the new NFL stadium in his hometown of Minneapolis. Show More Summary

‘Blair Witch’ Reclaims the Found Footage Throne (FILM REVIEW)

The surprise sequel to The Blair Witch Project makes for an intriguing companion piece to the original film and heightens the terror. The post ‘Blair Witch’ Reclaims the Found Footage Throne (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

‘Miss Stevens’ Is A Bittersweet, Unconventional Coming-Of-Age Tale (FILM REVIEW)

Miss Stevens presents a poignant, captivating look at the pitfalls of adulthood. The post ‘Miss Stevens’ Is A Bittersweet, Unconventional Coming-Of-Age Tale (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

‘Silicon Cowboys’ Sheds Light On The Cultural Origins Of Silicon Valley (FILM REVIEW)

Silicon Cowboys takes an intriguing, if occasionally tedious, journey back to the early days of the tech start up scene. The post ‘Silicon Cowboys’ Sheds Light On The Cultural Origins Of Silicon Valley (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

VIDEO PREMIERE: Greg Loiacono of The Mother Hips Shares Animated Lullaby Tune “The Red Thread Part III (The Days Long Wind)”

Country-tinged California band The Mother Hips have been chugging along for over twenty years, amassing a cult following in that time as a result of their groovy, laid back songs and live shows that are never the same. In that time the Hips have released nine full-length albums, an impressive catalogue to say the least. Show More Summary

Natural Child Dish Out Blissful Grooves On ‘Okey Dokey’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Childheads worldwide can rejoice. Everyone’s favorite stoned out Southern rockers, Natural Child, are back with a fresh batch of blissful, couch-locking grooves. Okey Dokey, the band’s fourth LP, finds the foursome from Nashville picking...Show More Summary

‘Mr. Robot’ Answers Little in Fascinating Penultimate Episode (TV REVIEW)

In part one of its two-part season finale, Mr. Robot continues to answer little while remaining immensely fascinating. The post ‘Mr. Robot’ Answers Little in Fascinating Penultimate Episode (TV REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazi...

Film Bits: Batman Gets Tactical; Adam Driver Talks ‘Star Wars’; ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Pushes Back Release Date

Star Wars, Star Trek, and Batman?! It's a geek's dream come true! The post Film Bits: Batman Gets Tactical; Adam Driver Talks ‘Star Wars’; ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Pushes Back Release Date appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Dawes Leave “Laurel” For Polished Pastures on ‘We’re All Gonna Die’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Dawes take a courageous step with their fifth album, essentially deferring to one-time member Blake Mills to produce them as they undergo personnel transition. The result is something of a mixed bag, albeit one that may bring them more...Show More Summary

SONG PREMIERE: Ohio Knife Share Hard-Hitting Piano Rocker “Day and Night”

Since 2012, the trio known as Ohio Knife have been whipping up hard-hitting rock and roll that stays loyal to the blue collar roots of their home base of Cincinnati. With a sound that comes across as a grittier punk rock Bruce Springsteen...Show More Summary

Watch & Listen: Lyric Video for Drive-By Truckers’ “Filthy and Fried”

Drive-By Truckers have released a lyric video for their new song, “Filthy and Fried,” the third offering from the group’s soon-to-be released masterwork American Band. Long-time collaborator Wes Freed created the art for the video; lyrics...Show More Summary

VIDEO PREMIERE: Paul & The Tall Trees Question Good Vs Bad On “Once In A While” (INTERVIEW)

Paul & The Tall Trees leader Paul Schalda seems to embody the unexpected overlap of The Band’s Americana, Ian MacKaye’s unhinged emotion and the doo-wop melodies his father, Will Schalda Sr. (a member of Brooklyn vocal group, The Montereys),...Show More Summary

VIDEO PREMIERE: Kris Orlowski Lets Acquaintances Star On ‘Walking In My Sleep’

On his new record Often in the Pause (released 5/6/16), Seattle-based singer/songwriter Kris Orlowski, continues to explore the themes of authenticity, loss, and a search for connection that has always been central to his songwriting. Show More Summary

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