Wannabe Reviews Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s ‘Warriors’

Wannabe Reviews Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s ‘Warriors’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Warriors, the new album from punk group Bad Cop/Bad Cop, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):...[more]

DocFell & Co Strum It Up With Dignity on ‘Dust Bowl Heart’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

DocFell & Co Strum It Up With Dignity ...

From the small town of Tahlequah, Oklahoma is DocFell & Co. with their dose of Americana/Country, slowly singing tunes direct from their Dust Bowl Heart. Raised on the sounds of Cash, Haggard, Nelson and Jennings the group took less of the outlaw spirit and more direct songwriting that those legends  ...[more]

Larry Coryell and The Eleventh House Offer Keen Listening Demo With ‘Seven Secrets’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Larry Coryell and The Eleventh House Offer Keen ...

Larry Coryell and The Eleventh House’s Seven Secrets is a remarkable piece of work and it’s all the more impressive considering the sequence of events that led to its recording. The so-called ‘Godfather of Fusion’ predated the hybrid with a number of projects in the late Sixties, followed most notably  ...[more]

Matthew Sweet Brings Timeless Power Pop Catalogue to Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

Matthew Sweet Brings Timeless Power Pop Catalogue to ...

Does anyone still care about the power of a good song? Matthew Sweet does. In fact, it’s fair to say that when it comes to writing catchy and melodic rock and roll songs Sweet has always been a vastly underrated musical force. He recently released his album Tomorrow Forever (REVIEW),  ...[more]

Vanna Conclude Final Tour in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Vanna Conclude Final Tour in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

The wave of bands on the metalcore wagon back in 2004 was staggering, and most of them failed to make much of an impact outside of diehard scenesters. For every band with an impeccable fan base and legacy like Underoath or Alexisonfire, there were a million imitators that find themselves  ...[more]

Grizzly Bear Delights BSP Kingston For ‘Painted Ruins’ Release Week Show (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Grizzly Bear Delights BSP Kingston For ‘Painted Ruins’ ...

Grizzly Bear’s new album Painted Ruins was just released last Friday (8/18) and is their first new LP in five years. In support, the band booked four northeast dates before a full tour takes them through Europe and the United States beginning in October. Two of the four shows took  ...[more]

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Circle’ as a Case Study for What Can Go Wrong

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Circle’ as a Case Study ...

Star power and premise aren't enough to sell The Circle....[more]

‘The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight 2004’ Shows Band In Stellar Transitional Form (DVD REVIEW)

‘The Who: Live At The Isle Of Wight ...

Like their British brothers-in-arms the Rolling Stones, The Who is getting in the habit of regularly releasing old concerts in their entirety on DVD/Blu-Ray for public consumption. This time out it’s their set at the Isle Of Wight Festival in 2004, where they headlined Saturday night to a worshipful crowd  ...[more]

Blu-ray Review: ‘Song to Song’ and Terrence Malick’s Austin

Blu-ray Review: ‘Song to Song’ and Terrence Malick’s ...

Terrence Malick's latest hits home release, but is it worth your time?...[more]

‘Alive with the Dead-‘ Susana Millman Shares Personal Recollections From New Book of Grateful Dead Photography

‘Alive with the Dead-‘ Susana Millman Shares Personal ...

Alive with the Dead: A Fly on the Wall with a Camera, a compendium of Grateful Dead photos and stories from Susana Millman was recently released. This spectacular book represents 25 years of Millman’s work with the Grateful Dead. In conjunction with Glide, Millman has provided her thoughts on some of  ...[more]

The Moontower Comedy Festival: A Feast For The Funnybone

The Moontower Comedy Festival: A Feast For The ...

Moontower Comedy continues to prove itself to be a jewel in Austin's festival season, and a must attend event for comedy fans....[more]

George Harrison’s ‘I Me Mine – The Extended Edition’ Tells All About The Quiet One (BOOK REVIEW)

George Harrison’s ‘I Me Mine – The Extended ...

Leave it to George Harrison to affix a title to his memoirs as sardonic as the man himself. Not usually given to open-ended discourse, much less personal revelations, the late Beatle’s autobiography, I Me Mine, is replete with deceptively casual aphorisms about life and art. As such, the book depicts  ...[more]

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