Reviews

Wannabe Reviews The Interrupters’ ‘Fight the Good Fight’

In the latest Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle offers his illustrated commentary on Fight the Good Fight, the new album from rock and rollers The Interrupters, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on ...

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moe. Delivers End to End Scorcher at Hollywood’s Fonda Theatre (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

The great news out of L.A. is that mainstay jam band moe. are back and stronger than ever. Bassist Rob Durhak has successfully recovered from his cancer treatment and the band is blasting back, currently ...

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Marvel Proves Smaller Can Be Bigger With ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ (FILM REVIEW)

The stakes are scaled back but the fun is ramped up in the latest MCU effort.

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Billy Price Heads to Greaseland for Soul-Filled ‘Reckoning’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Billy Price has emerged from a regional star in Pittsburgh to an international blues star. It’s about time. Few, if any singers today, can bring the combination of passion and vocal range that Price does ...

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Wannabe Reviews Zeal & Ardor’s ‘Stranger Fruit’

In the latest Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle offers his illustrated commentary on Stranger Fruit, the new album from rock and rollers Zeal & Ardor, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):

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Trampled by Turtles Focus on Lively Bluegrass-Heavy Songs at Oregon Zoo (SHOW REVIEW)

There was a time not long ago when banjo-wielding, suspender-wearing hipsters ushered in a wave of neo-folk. With just a hint of bluegrass and Americana, these acts reigned over festival stages for a short handful ...

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Drake Stings With Fifth Studio LP ‘Scorpion’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

For Drake, the best way to make people forget there was ever any beef going on with Pusha T was to either retaliate to “The Story of Adidion” (Drake diss) and/or release another great album. Drake did ...

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I See Hawks In LA Mix Shades of Byrds & Dead On ‘Live and Never Learn’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

For the past 20 years or so, I See Hawks in LA have purveyed an essential country-rock crossover formula brewed as authentic Americana, so authentic in fact that it might give those boys from Bakersfield ...

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Cut Throat Finches Meld British Pop and American Roots on ‘Polite Conversations’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Cut Throat Finches are a young band from Ft. Worth, TX. described by one writer as sounding like Nathaniel Ratcliffe fronting the Raconteurs. Their rather unique blend of soulful vocals, western stylings and Brit-pop influence ...

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‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ All Flash, No Bang (FILM REVIEW)

Josh Brolin and Benecio Del Toro elevate what is otherwise a by the numbers action thriller.

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