Reviews

‘Life’ Can Be So Cruel, Or In This Case, Just Unnecessary (FILM REVIEW)

'Life' is dead on arrival.

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Woody Charms but ‘Wilson’ Falls Flat (FILM REVIEW)

The laughs are many, but Wilson fails to rise above.

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SXSW Film Review: ‘Mr. Roosevelt’ Showcases the ‘Real’ Austin

Noel Wells offers a charming perspective on life in Austin.

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Ruthie Foster Develops Distinctive Musical Persona On ‘Joy Comes Back’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

After developing a credible reputation accompanying redoubtable musicians such as Warren Haynes, Ruthie Foster aims to make a name for herself with Joy Comes Back. And based on the innate humility of such collaborators as ...

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Holly Bowling Re-Imagines The Grateful Dead and Phish on Piano at Higher Ground (SHOW REVIEW)

Holly Bowling was utterly captivating in her first headlining appearance at Higher Ground’s Showcase Lounge on March 19th. During the course of roughly two and a half hours divided between two sets, she not only ...

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No, No ‘Power Rangers’ (FILM REVIEW)

Everyone loses in this adaptation of the cult series. Except Krispy Kreme.

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Craig Finn Keeps The Colorful Lyrics Comin’ On ‘We All Want The Same Things’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

We All Want The Same Things is the third solo album from Craig Finn and the man who is best known as the frontman of The Hold Steady has been putting lots of effort into ...

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ALO Deliver Sunshiny Vibes at Portland Tour d’Amour Closer (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

ALO’s 11th annual Tour d’Amour made its final stop at Portland, Oregon’s Wonder Ballroom on Saturday night. After a winter that was exceptionally cloudy and wet, including the wettest February on record, the good people ...

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Spoon Get Pulse Pounding With ‘Hot Thoughts’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

If the way to get through 2017 without going completely nuts is to dance our asses off, Spoon has us covered. On their ninth studio album Hot Thoughts, Spoon doesn’t lose what makes them Spoon, ...

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Depeche Mode’s ‘Spirit’ Appeals Darkly To Legions of Followers (ALBUM REVIEW)

Truth be told, Depeche Mode have never been the most effusive bunch. And yet, their resilience is admirable. Formed in 1980, they’ve survived the prevailing winds of changing trends and diverging circumstance, not to mention ...

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