Articles by: Glide

Wannabe Gets Nostalgic and Reviews The Mighty Mighty Bosstones’ ‘Let’s Face It’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle mixes things up and gets nostalgic with a review of the seminal 1997 ska album Let’s Face It from The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image ...

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Hologram Frank Zappa Tour On Tap Via Eyellusion/Ahmet Zappa

Eyellusion, a hologram production company, today announced that it will work closely with the Zappa Family Trust to produce hologram performances of Frank Zappa, giving fans an opportunity to experience the prolific, eclectic and critically ...

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Angel Olsen Announces B-sides, Rarities, and Demos Collection, ‘Phases’

Angel Olsen will release Phases, a collection of B-sides, rarities, and demos from the past several years, including a number of never-before released tracks, on November 10th via Jagjaguwar. Balancing tenacity and tenderness, Phases acts ...

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SONG PREMIERE: FACIAL Unleash Barrage of Post-punk Heaviness on “Disappointment”

Facade |fəˈsäd| a false, superficial, or artificial appearance or effect, used to conceal a less pleasant or credible reality. But how long can one accept a lie? On FACIAL’s new record Facade (out September 29 ...

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Phish Return Yet Again To Madison Square Garden For New Years Run

Phish will once again celebrate New Year’s Eve with a four-night run at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, set for Thursday, December 28th through Sunday, December 31st. The four shows will bring the band’s total ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Reed Turchi’s 11-piece Kudzu Orkestra Funkify the Blues With “Keep On Drinkin'”>”Kudzu Raga”

Reed Turchi has long been a student of the blues, whether exploring the Hill Country sounds of North Mississippi with his electrified band Turchi or taking on staples by the likes of RL Burnside and ...

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Elliott BROOD Mix Myriad Styles Alluringly On ‘Ghost Gardens’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

With Ghost Gardens, Elliott BROOD continues to experiment with the myriad styles within its eclectic sound. This fifth album from the Canadian trio is a complex layering and melding of country, bluegrass, folk, and rock ...

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Andrew W.K. Announces First New Album In Over 10 Years

Party God Andrew W.K. is thrilled to announce his first new full length album in over a decade. The LP showcases Andrew’s signature style of blasting triumphant rock music, with an ever more epic expanses ...

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Dawes, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Grace Potter Highlight Day 1 At Grand Point North (FESTIVAL RECAP)

Grace Potter’s Grand Point North Festival is celebrating its seventh year in 2017, but if there was a nagging predictability or any sense of lack of imagination in the presentation in general, such negativism dissipated ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Buffalo Killers Balance Heavy Psychedelic Riffs and Social Commentary on “Need A Changin’”

For over a decade now Ohio heroes the Buffalo Killers have been shredding their way across America with their own brand of psychedelic rock that is as much for the workingman as it is for ...

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