Wilco Revisits Several Other Records At Solid Sound Day 2 (FESTIVAL RECAP)

When the weather’s on your side for a festival, there’s nothing quite like it. And on day two of Solid Sound, the sunshine felt damn good after damp and overcast Friday. Spontaneity was in the ...

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Wilco Perform ‘Being There’ & ‘Yankee Hotel Foxtrot’ In Entirety at Solid Sound (FESTIVAL RECAP)

Now five Solid Sound festivals in, the team of Wilco and Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA) have settled into a groove. They’ve had two years since the last one to dream up improvements ...

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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Explore Sci-Fi Concepts on ‘Murder of the Universe’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Listening to the Melbourne-based group King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard can be a bit of a mixed bag, to say the least. No two albums sound the same, running the gamut from quirky psych-jazz ...

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‘The Bad Batch’ Takes A Saturated Look At Our Modern American Dystopia

The Bad Batch is the kind of film where the less is said about it, the better. Not just for the lack of spoilers, but to give each viewer the chance to absorb the story ...

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Jeff Tweedy’s ‘Together At Last’ Plays Out Like a Wilco Photo Album (ALBUM REVIEW)

If you’ve ever been to a live show and heard an incredible acoustic version of a song you know really well, and just wished more than anything that you could hear it like that again ...

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‘Positively Bob: Willie Nile Sings Bob Dylan’ Gives New Weathered Voice To Renowned Songs (ALBUM REVIEW)

Willie Nile’s self-composed material hasn’t always measured up to his impassioned performances, so an album of cover material was probably inevitable. Still, he couldn’t have chosen a more fitting source of inspiration than he does ...

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Steelism’s ‘Ism’ Proves They Just Dont Make Em Like This Anymore (ALBUM REVIEW)

Every so often you hear a record that makes you think, “they don’t make ‘em like this anymore,” and that is consistently the case with Steelism’s stellar new follow up to their 2014 debut 615 ...

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Oregon’s 4 Peaks Festival Balances Gorgeous Scenery Laid Back Jams (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)

The DM Stevenson Ranch just outside of Bend, Oregon came alive over the past weekend as more than two thousand people gathered to help the 4 Peaks Music Festival celebrate its tenth year. The music ...

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Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival Festival Brings Music and Activism Together in Intimate Friendly Setting (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)

So stop me if you’ve heard this one: How many Westchester hippies does it take to put on a music festival?…. All of them! The 2017 Clearwater Music Festival – The Great Hudson River Revival ...

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Silversun Pickups & Third Eye Blind Give Unique Takes on Nostalgia in Raleigh (SHOW REVIEW)

“Who would have thought that, 20 years after our first album, we’d be sold out in Raleigh?” Third Eye Blind singer Stephan Jenkins posed this question to the variously-aged throng at Raleigh’s Red Hat Amphitheater, ...

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