Nicolas UnCaged in ‘Mom and Dad’ (FILM REVIEW)

Nicolas Cage is at his most unhinged in Brian Taylor's new thriller.

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Lost Tracks from the Legendary Swampers Captured on ‘Muscle Shoals Has Got The Swampers’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Given the success of Muscle Shoals, the movie documentary, a resurgence of recent recordings in Muscle Shoals (i.e Gregg Allman and The Black Keys to name just two), and the recent passing of FAME Studios ...

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Luminaries Corea and Gadd Form The Chick Corea+ Steve Gadd Band for Double LP ‘Chinese Butterfly’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Keyboard master Chick Corea and acclaimed drummer Steve Gadd met five decades ago and have played together intermittently during that time. Now they’ve come together again, formed a sextet and are delivering vital improvisational music ...

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ is Cinematic Reverie (FILM REVIEW)

Wonderfully poetic and achingly beautiful, Call Me By Your Name is a cinematic delight.

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Revered Folk Singer John Gorka Lends His Gentle Touch On ‘True in Time’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

John Gorka has one of those singular voices that’s immediately recognizable not only for its deep resonance but for its warmth and comfort. On Gorka’s fifteenth album, “True in Time,” his patented delivery and intimate ...

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Wolf Parade Stay Sharp and Triumphant in Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

Indie rock fans rejoiced in 2016 when Canadian cult favorites Wolf Parade announced their return to the stage and the studio after going on hiatus in 2011. While each of the band members have racked ...

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Railroad Earth Balance Long Jams and Bluegrass Picking in Portland (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Who would’ve thought that one of the top bluegrass acts to emerge in the last two decades would hail from New Jersey? While their home state may be more synonymous with all American rockers like the ...

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The Cinematic Majesty of ‘Phantom Thread’ (FILM REVIEW)

Paul Thomas Anderson outdoes himself with his stunning new film.

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‘The Commuter’ Is A Claustrophobic Thrill Ride (FILM REVIEW)

Simple concepts can sometimes turn out fantastic results.

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Big Star ‘Live at Lafayette’s Music Room’ Documents Power Pop Legends’ Most Pivotal Show (ALBUM REVIEW)

Live at Lafayette’s Music Room is the latest in a recent string of Big Star-related releases dating back to the 2016 release of the Complete Third box set. The current campaign also includes archiving projects ...

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