Articles by: Glide

Mudhoney Releasing LiE (“Live in Europe”), First Official Live Album 1/19

Mudhoney’s LiE will be available on vinyl LP and through digital service providers (N/A on CD, etc.) worldwide on January 19th, 2018. And, in lieu of a Sub Pop Loser Edition of LiE, a 500-piece, limited-edition of the LP, ...

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Eight Eurythmics Albums Set For Vinyl Re-Release

One of the most revered and respected pop groups of the 1980s, Eurythmics, with over 20 international hits and 80 million albums sold, is in the spotlight once again, both for their nomination for the ...

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Whitney Rose Hits Stride With 2018 Tour

Whitney Rose has hit her stride. The Austin-based songwriter has had a banner year, releasing two excellent, distinct, thematic collections that have expanded her sound and amplified her profile worldwide. Rule 62, the most recent ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: The Builders & The Butchers Perform Fiery Folk-Rocker “Redemption Sound” at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge

Portland-based folk-rock band The Builders and the Butchers released their fifth full-length album, The Spark, earlier this year. The new album features a wider array of sounds and shorter, hard hitting songs, while remaining a Builders’ ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Dallas Moore Delivers Twangy Anthem “Somewhere Between Bridges”

Dallas Moore’s old-school country sound developed honestly, following over 20 years of sharing stages and studios with his honky-tonk heroes. Satellite radio support, paired with a willingness to perform over 300 shows a year, finds ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Leah Calvert Soars With Bluegrass Harmonies and Tight Roots Rock on “Two Lines On A Page”

Leah Calvert is many things, among them a singer-songwriter and in-demand Atlanta-area fiddler and vocalist. Over the years, she has shared the stage with award-winning artists including Amy Ray (Indigo Girls), Kristian Bush (Sugarland) and ...

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AC/DC Founder Rhythm Guitarist Malcolm Young Dies at 64

AC/DC founder and rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young has died at age 64 after suffering from dementia for the past three years. Malcolm provided the hard-charging riffs which formed the backbone of all of AC/DC’s songs, giving ...

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Grateful Dead Dave’s Picks Volume. 24: Berkeley Community Theatre 8/25/72 (ALBUM REVIEW)

Perhaps it’s because (sole) drummer Bill Kreutzmann’s kit is so prominent throughout the audio mix of Dave’s Picks Volume 24, spanning the stereo spectrum in Owsley Stanley’s recording from the Berkeley Community Theatre. Or maybe ...

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The Wood Brothers Announce New LP ‘One Drop of Truth’

The Wood Brothers have announced the release of their new album, ‘One Drop of Truth,’ due February 2 on Honey Jar/Thirty Tigers. The 10-track collection, their sixth studio recording to date, was self-produced by the ...

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Eilen Jewell Emulates Archival Blues on ‘Down Hearted Blues’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

With each of her recent albums, Eilen Jewell has meandered ever closer to a style that emulates archival blues, providing a sturdy and assured delivery that also taps her rich Americana authenticity. With Down Hearted ...

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