Pixies Deliver Tight Set of Fan Favorites To Wrap Three-Night Portland Run (SHOW REVIEW)

In a city as 90s obsessed as Portland, it comes as little surprise that the Pixies sold out three nights at one of the larger venues in town. Touring in support of their 2016 album ...

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‘Time For After’ Gives Us Everything ‘The Walking Dead’ Is Capable Of, For Better And For Worse

With the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead's fall season, AMC's zombie series is the same as it ever was.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band Elevates Boston’s Orpheum Theater Amidst Three Night Run (SHOW REVIEWS/PHOTOS)

Tedeschi Trucks Band’s sold out, three night run at Boston’s Orpheum Theater was an excellent bookend for a year that has been an emotional rollercoaster for the revue. 2017 saw the band continue to fill ...

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Neil Young & Promise of the Real Rally On ‘The Visitor’ With Ragged Rockers (ALBUM REVIEW)

On initial hearings, Neil Young’s latest album with Promise of the Real, The Visitor, doesn’t appear to have the provocative unity of his previous record, Peace Trail, released in December of 2016. But that’s because ...

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Black Sabbath’s Goes Out Big & Ominous With ‘The End’ (DVD REVIEW)

I was first introduced to Black Sabbath back in my early years of high school when I learned a guy I was smitten with loved the band. Prior to that, I’d kind of avoided their ...

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‘The Disaster Artist’ a Wild Success (FILM REVIEW)

Oh hi, awards season.

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Wannabe Reviews Daniel Romano’s ‘Modern Pressure’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Modern Pressure, the new album from Daniel Romano, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):

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The National Deliver Emotional, Towering Rock Performance in Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

Since forming in 1999, The National have managed to forge their own path in indie rock, developing a loyal following of fans more interested in the consistently high quality of their albums and live performances ...

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Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real & Nikki Lane Bring Petty Covers & Confidence To Music Hall of Williamsburg (SHOW REVIEW)

He may have been born with one foot in the door (being Willie Nelson’s son and all), but Lukas Nelson is one of the hardest working performers you’ll ever seen on stage. On tour for ...

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War on Drugs Rely On Plentiful Guitars and Keys at Berlin’s Tempodrom (SHOW REVIEW)

Go to the Youtube video of The War on Drugs’ performing “Holding On”- the lead single to their new album A Deeper Understanding – on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and you’ll find a ...

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