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Continuing the tradition of politicism and positivity, the second day of Newport Folk brought more loud, passionate voices of change to all three stages. Leading the charge was the day’s headliner, Patti Smith. Doing a set filled with covers, she brought the house down on the Fort stage as the sun went down. Show More Summary
Long live the Kong. The post Us Humans Are Quite Unwelcome In The First ‘Skull Island’ Trailer appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Then again, so did Batman v Superman's first trailer. The post ‘Justice League’ Comic Con Trailer Kicks All of The Ass appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Can DC and Warner Brothers correct the course with Wonder Woman? They certainly are trying. The post DC Unveils Its Next Epic Installment With ‘Wonder Woman’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
There could not be a more poignant, significant time of year for the Newport Folk Festival to take place than this week, as the Republican National Convention blows through Cleveland. Though the two events are many miles apart, they coincide in a particularly special way. Show More Summary
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Ritual de lo Habitual, Jane’s Addiction, Dinosaur Jr. and Living Colour have set out to tour this summer and hit Boston’s Blue Hills Bank Pavillion on July 19th. Dinosaur Jr. has a new album on its away Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not due out August 5th. Show More Summary
Starz debuted the first look at their upcoming series, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman. The post ‘American Gods’ Releases First Trailer at Comic Con appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Good news from the David Bowie vaults. A previously unreleased David Bowie album titled The Gouster will be released as part of a new box set. The Gouster was Bowie’s known experimental foray into soul and funk, but it later became his 1975 album Young Americans. Show More Summary
Its by the numbers story is elevated by the greatness of the acting and earnestness of its emotions. The post ‘Captain Fantastic’ Stunning Despite Its Mediocrity (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
While never quite reaching warp, Justin Lin at least manages full impulse, and that's something, we guess. The post ‘Star Trek Beyond’ is Better Than No ‘Trek’ At All (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Is this really the send of Absolutely Fabulous deserves? The post ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ an Absolute Wreck (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Touring as an up-and-coming band is as much about the highs as it is the lows, and many music fans don’t realize how much it takes for that band they love to make it to the stage. In Tales From The Golden Road we let musicians and bands...Show More Summary
The almost simultaneous release of two Neil Young DVD’s is a sage move on the part of the Canadian rock icon. Not only does his current touring heighten the visibility of their respective releases, but each film illuminates his work from a different perspective. Show More Summary
Divorce, the second full-length album from JPNSGRLS, continues to build upon the promise of their 2014 debut, Circulation. The sophomore album by the Canadian quartet of non-Japanese men is a frantic 32-minute blitz of unbridled rock intensity. Show More Summary
Living in New York City makes you question a lot of things about your life, like why anyone would want to be surrounded by so many buildings and other people, all stacked on top of one another. Sometimes the best thing to do is findShow More Summary
Fans got their first look at the next chapter in Marvel and Netflix's Hell's Kitchen saga tonight at Comic Con. The post ‘Iron Fist’ Teaser Revealed at Comic Con appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Mike Colter returns as the indestructible hero this fall on Netflix. The post ‘Luke Cage’ Likes It Raw in First Full-Length Trailer From Comic Con appeared first on Glide Magazine.
After a bang up opener, Mr. Robot ramps down to ease audiences into the tension. The post ‘Mr. Robot’ Builds its Tension Slowly (TV REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Last night Phish wrapped up their fourth three-night stand in downtown San Francisco at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. After arguably the best show of summer tour on Monday, the band stepped up and took it deeper on Tuesday. LastShow More Summary
Steve Gumble, of Telluride Blues & Brews Festival, and Craig Ferguson, of Telluride Bluegrass Festival, have joined together to announce two very special shows from legendary guitarist and songwriter Neil Young in the world-famous mountain town of Telluride, Colorado. Show More Summary