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Moontower Comedy Proves To Be A Gem Amongst Austin Fest Scene: Day One Recap-Martin Short, Maria Bamford, and Others

Moontower Comedy Fest's 2016 opening night was a glorious reminder of what this festival has to offer. The post Moontower Comedy Proves To Be A Gem Amongst Austin Fest Scene: Day One Recap-Martin Short, Maria Bamford, and Others appeared first on Glide Magazine.

PRINCE 1958-2016: 10 Significant Accomplishments of ‘The Purple One’

Another one gone. Another one whose influence exceeded the imagination and forever changed the musical landscape. Like Bowie, Haggard and Frey earlier this year, Prince’s death reminds us that certain artists are capable of making an everlasting impression, and when they leave us, there’s a hole that’s hard to fill. Show More Summary

‘Independence Day Resurgence’ Trailer Inflames Hollywood Cynicism

Does the world need another Independence Day movie? Did we even need a first Independence Day movie? The post ‘Independence Day Resurgence’ Trailer Inflames Hollywood Cynicism appeared first on Glide Magazine.

‘Thunderbirds Are Go!’ Manages To Take Fans Back While Telling A New Story

Now streaming on Amazon Prime, the updated series manages to recapture much of the charm and delight of its 60's predecessor. The post ‘Thunderbirds Are Go!’ Manages To Take Fans Back While Telling A New Story appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Cate Le Bon Provides Respite From Reality on ‘Crab Day’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Cate Le Bon’s songs seem to start in the middle of things. They force you to occasionally glance down at your music player of choice to see if some sort of skip has taken place. Not one for traditional song structure, Le Bon’s verses...Show More Summary

Hackensaw Boys Keep Fiddles, Banjos & High Harmonies Potent on ‘Charismo’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

If the Hackensaw Boys had been around in any earlier era — say, the ‘20s or ‘30s — they might have been big stars. Known for their rousing blend of fiddles, banjos and high harmonies, they create a rousing party-pleasing sound that quickly turns any gathering into a scene of festive mayhem. Show More Summary

‘Elvis And Nixon’ Makes Historical Fiction Out Of A Famous Photograph

Not even the talents of Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon can elevate this movie beyond its photo thin plot. The post ‘Elvis And Nixon’ Makes Historical Fiction Out Of A Famous Photograph appeared first on Glide Magazine.

‘Jason’ Looks Like A Natural ‘Bourne’ Thriller in First Trailer

Matt Damon returns to the Bourne franchise in the hot new trailer for Jason Bourne. The post ‘Jason’ Looks Like A Natural ‘Bourne’ Thriller in First Trailer appeared first on Glide Magazine.

McDrama Abounds in First Trailer for ‘The Founder’

Michael Keaton stars as Ray Kroc, the man who took McDonald's from tiny, family owned business to international empire. The post McDrama Abounds in First Trailer for ‘The Founder’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.

When The Doves Cry – Prince Dead at 57

If 2016 couldn’t ALREADY be any worse with the losses of David Bowie, Glen Frey, Phife Dawg and more – now comes a very big blow: Prince. Prince Rogers Nelson (born June 7, 1958), known by his mononym Prince and “the artist formerly known as” passed away today at age 57 at his estate at Paisley Park. Show More Summary

Kevin Morby Creates Larger Sonic Palette on ‘Singing Saw’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Kevin Morby is somewhat of a man not made for these times. A folk-rock singer-songwriter who spends a lot of time lyrically contemplating mortality and the ephemeral nature of our being doesn’t equate greatly with commercial success....Show More Summary

Old Settler’s Music Festival Keeps The Groove Alive In Its 29th Year (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

There are two things that are especially difficult for any festival to accomplish. The first is to stay afloat for many years and the second is to hold on to the core values that make the festival so special throughout those years. Old Settler’s Music Festival has managed accomplish both of those things. Show More Summary

SONG PREMIERE: Rachael Sage Is Divine Visionary on “Heaven (Is A Grocery Clerk)”

Vocalist and innovative multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter and producer Rachael Sage will be releasing of her forthcoming full-length studio album, “Choreographic”, due May 20  (MPress/ILS/Caroline). Through this self-described...Show More Summary

Viet Cong Changes Band Name to ‘Preoccupations’

The band formerly known as Viet Cong have today announced their new name, moving forward they will be called Preoccupations. In a statement released today they said: “After finishing our latest record and taking some time off, we are excited to announce that we will be performing and recording as “Preoccupations” going forward. Show More Summary

Wannabe Reviews Sturgill Simpson’s ‘A Sailor’s Guide To Earth’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews the new album from Sturgill Simpson, A Sailor’s Guide To Earth, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution:  Read our full written...Show More Summary

Bryan Cranston Re-Enters the Drug World in Trailer for ‘The Infiltrator’

Any excuse for more Cranston is good enough for us. The post Bryan Cranston Re-Enters the Drug World in Trailer for ‘The Infiltrator’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.

First Trailer for ‘The Magnificent Seven’ Looks Fun as All Hell

Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt take center stage in the debut trailer for the western revenge remake. The post First Trailer for ‘The Magnificent Seven’ Looks Fun as All Hell appeared first on Glide Magazine.

‘The Night Manager’ Breathes New Life into Mystery TV (TV REVIEW)

The stunning adaptation of John Le Carre's espionage thriller does everything a good mystery is supposed to do, and the some. The post ‘The Night Manager’ Breathes New Life into Mystery TV (TV REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazin...

Chris Robinson Brotherhood & moe. Throwdown at Portland’s Wonder Ballroom (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Tickets to the moe. show at Portland, Oregon’s Wonder Ballroom sold out well in advance of their April 15 date. Fans of the band (moe.rons, as they are affectionately known) hadn’t witnessed a full-on Portland throwdown since 2013, and the excitement and enthusiasm was apparent in the line outside the venue before the doors opened. Show More Summary

Woods Get Imaginative On Ninth LP ‘City Sun Eater in the River of Light’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Woods have never been an easy band to put a handle on, a situation which can clearly thwart anyone looking for ready descriptions and easy to tag comparisons. Slow gaze outfits like Luna, Damon & Naomi and perhaps even early Pink Floyd...Show More Summary

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