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While not an ideal start weather-wise, the ominous dark skies surrounding the Woodlands at Dover Downs did not deter thousands of excited festival goers. Music fans flocked to the scene of another great summer festival kick off exuberant with the promise of a great weekend filled with a variety of great bands and festival activities. Show More Summary
Vow of Silence represented all the best qualities of Larry David's awkward comedic style and forever changed the way we see frozen yogurt. The post Looking Back on an Overlooked ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Classic appeared first on Glide Magazine.
“I promise that you’ll know one song tonight. Or, maybe five.” quipped the rarely serious and perpetually jovial drummer of the world’s most famous rock and roll band during his two hour set in Worcester, Massachusetts. Carrying on with...Show More Summary
Laid back Nashville rockers Natural Child have announced the release of their new album Okey Dokey, which comes out on September 16. The band’s first new music in two years is also the debut release on their new label, Natural Child Records and Tapes. Show More Summary
Neil Young has done his share of proselytizing over the course of his career, but never more so then he has recently. Last year’s Monsanto Years found him railing against corporate concerns and their poisoning of the year’s natural resources. Show More Summary
While never as memorable as Finding Nemo, Finding Dory still manages to tell a rousing and entertaining story worthy of the Finding name. The post Pixar Just Keeps Swimming With ‘Finding Dory’ (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
When Brooklyn singer-songwriter Pete Sinjin finished his fourth album of original songs, he was struck with the realization that what made them all work together is that they “all were love songs in one way or another. Love in all its...Show More Summary
If nothing else, Bruce Hornsby’s career has always seemed to be propelled by far flung ambitions. His early albums brought him an immediate fan base, garnering him a Grammy for the “Best New Artist” in 1987 and a hit single with “The Way It Is,” a moving testimonial to the state of American race relations. Show More Summary
It’s only natural for a band to take some time before personalizing a stylistic niche for themselves and The Broadcast may have their secured theirs with the aptly-titled From the Horizon. Produced by Grammy-Award winning producer Jim...Show More Summary
Yet again, Disc Jam offered up one of the most exciting festivals of the year. With the ability to witness over 60+ acts, playing over four days on four stages, it was a smashing success.Patrons who attended universally stated that it was the best Disc Jam s far. Show More Summary
One of the weirder, less talked about Austin festivals, the ATX Television festival proved an enlightening look inside the TV landscape. The post Four Days At The Weird And Wonderful ATX TV Fest appeared first on Glide Magazine.
15 years after its initial release, Califone (namely, Tim Rutili) has announced the 15th Anniversary re-issue of Roomsound, out later this year via Dead Oceans. Although it began as aRed Red Meat album, this record, born of a particularly brutal Chicago winter, would become Califone’s first proper album (2 EPs in 1998 and 2000, notwithstanding). Show More Summary
Spanish indie rockers Hinds hit Philadelphia’s Union Transfer on 6/13/16 in support of their stellar 2016 LP Leave Me Alone. Photos by Cathy Poulton. The post Hinds Hits Philadelphia In Support of ‘Leave Me Alone’ (PHOTOS) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Glide photographer L Paul Mann was at Bonnaroo for all four days and hardly missed a set. Check out all the retrospective of everyone from: Pear Jam, LCD Soundsystem, Super Jam, Ween, Dead & Company & more. The post Ultimate Four Day Bonnaroo & Super Jam Retrospective In Photos appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Things keep going up on the upswing for Phantogram, and front woman Sarah Barthel has recently been sporting blondel locks. The electronic rock duo from upstate New York has announced the release of their third album this fall titled Three. Show More Summary
Tom Petty’s original band, Mudcrutch, is midway through its brief tour of small-venue shows and played the second of a sold-out two-night stand at Webster Hall in New York City on Saturday night in support of their second album, Mudcrutch...Show More Summary
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has announced the second 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. Two Day GA passes and VIP passes are available beginning today, HERE. Show More Summary
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter/violinist Amanda Shires will release her third album My Piece Of Landon September 16th. My Piece Of Land represents an artistic milestone for Shires, inspired by a series of milestones and realizations in her personal life. Show More Summary
The music at Northside Festival kicked off Thursday June 8th with a pair of Canadian indie-rockers – Land of Talk and Wolf Parade - at the outdoor stage in McCarren Park, and continued into the wee hours of Sunday night. (Northside Content...Show More Summary
The Rival Sons’ fifth full-length album, Hollow Bones, is another offering from one of the very few bands that are writing and producing genuine rock and roll music today. One cannot deny the eclectic sound that the Sons produce. With...Show More Summary