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Wannabe Reviews John Prine’s ‘The Tree of Forgiveness’

In the latest Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle offers his illustrated commentary on The Tree of Forgiveness, the long-awaited new album from legendary singer-songwriter John Prine, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on ...

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Cary Brothers’ Unique Song Styling Proves Enduring On New LP ‘Bruises’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Cary Brothers is not a sibling ensemble. In fact, as an individual, Brothers may be the most accomplished artist making music these days while still remaining all but unknown to the vast numbers of the ...

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Three Years In Making- Haley Sabella Summons New England Based Americana on ‘Forgive the Birds’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

As you listen to New England-based singer-songwriter Hayley Sabella’s second full-length album, Forgive the Birds, quiet passages transform to the sounds of wind, rain, or even ocean waves. Her sound slithers between ethereal folk music to Americana, often depending on her accompaniment. It’s rather ...

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‘The Avengers’ Moves the MCU into ‘Infinity’ (SPOILER FREE REVIEW)

Marvel's decade long event culminates in their biggest movie yet.

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‘Dead Man’ and the Surreal Landscape of Jim Jarmusch

Jim Jarmusch's visionary western gets a bold new release from Criterion.

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Dr. Dog Shine With Infectious Ballads and Psych Rock Sounds on ‘Critical Equation’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Over the past decade and a half, Philadelphia-based Dr. Dog have been busy releasing albums every year or two, and touring incessantly. 2016 saw both the release of The Psychedelic Swamp early in the year ...

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Loma Demonstrate Musical Chemistry Through Slowcore Soundscapes in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Austin has no shortage of musical acts, so it’s little surprise that many decide to collaborate on side projects. Such is the case with Loma, a team up between Shearwater’s Jonathan Meiburg and the duo ...

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The Moody Blues ‘Days of Future Passed Live’ Celebrates Rock & Roll Hall of Famers’ Greatest Opus (DVD REVIEW)

With the band’s declared intention not to release any new albums for the foreseeable future, as well as their temporary moratorium on another Moody Blues Cruise in 2019, it seems safe to assume that all ...

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Tyler Childers & Lillie Mae Greeted By Eager Audience at Portland’s Wonder Ballroom (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

To say the music of Tyler Childers has found its audience would be an understatement. Last Thursday night, the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, Oregon was shoulder-to-shoulder with revelers eagerly anticipating the appearance of their red-haired ...

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Odeya Rush Talks Teenage Rebellion And The Appeal Of ‘Dear Dictator’

Your typical teen comedies don’t involve a murderous Caribbean dictator with a British accent, elaborate foot fetish sequences, and a scene where a character gets waterboarded. But Dear Dictator (out now on home video) isn’t your ...

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