Articles by: Glide

St. Vincent Performs ‘Masseduction’ In Entirety at Philadelphia’s Electric Factory (PHOTOS)

St.Vincent stopped in at Philadelphia’s Electric Factory on November 28th on her Fear the Future Tour. She is touring in support of her recently released album Masseduction which came out October 13th. This visually stunning ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Meernaa Offer Warm Neo-Soul Embrace With “Good Luck”

Based in the lush, interconnected Oakland music scene, four-piece experimental band Meernaa – featuring members Carly Bond, Rob Shelton, Andrew Maguire, and Doug Stuart – have been longtime collaborators in a plethora of projects. Now, ...

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Yo La Tengo Announces 2018 Tour

Following last week’s European tour announcement, Yo La Tengo have confirmed a lengthy run of North American headline dates for 2018. Commencing in Minneapolis on March 28th, the band will make its way through the ...

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Trey Anastasio Announces Solo Acoustic Tour

Trey Anastasio has announced solo acoustic tour dates for February 2018. The current itinerary is below, with more dates to be announced. Tickets will be available through a real time pre-sale beginning tomorrow, November 28 at 12pm ET and ending Thursday, ...

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Tool, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice in Chains, A Perfect Circle Lead 2018 Rock on the Range

 The 12th annual Rock On The Range returns to MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, OH Friday, May 18, Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20 with its most power-packed lineup to date. America’s largest and most acclaimed rock festival features nearly 60 bands on three stages, led by Tool, ...

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The Glide 20: Glide’s Best Albums of 2017 & Honorable Mentions

2017 once again served as a telling point in music where you had to stretch to certain realms (Americana, folk and funk) to really dig out the best. Once again Glide staff writers narrowed down the ...

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Tommy Keene, Unsung Hero of American Rock Dies at 59

Arguably the unsung hero of American rock and roll, Tommy Keene died at age 59 on November, 21st. Over the course of 12 albums, Keene hardly used anything more than guitars (acoustic and electric) bass, ...

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Allah-Lahs, Golden Dawn Arkestra, Morgan Delt, Octopus Project Top Saturnalia Lineup

Saturnalia is an ancient Roman festival in honor of Saturn and celebration of the coming winter. Austin, Texas venues Sahara Lounge & The Electric Church have joined forces at the closing of a year full ...

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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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