Wannabe Reviews Eric Bolander’s ‘The Wind’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews The Wind, the new album from Kentucky roots rockers Eric Bolander, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):

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Julia Jacklin Nails Ballads & Garage Rockers at Rough Trade (SHOW REVIEW)

Julia Jacklin’s Don’t Let the Kids Win was one of 2016’s best offerings. Aussie-born Jacklin and her band pair lyrics about deep fears, rejection, and self-realization with a mix of clanging garage rock guitars and ...

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Dead & Company Kick Off ‘Fall ’17’ at Madison Square Garden With Two Debuts (SHOW REVIEW)

“Never miss a Sunday show.” Somehow, that’s become a thing over the last couple of years. The logic holds up. You could always count on the Grateful Dead (still the source of the entire “jamband” ...

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Blues Traveler Celebrate 30 Years With Jam-Packed Portland Performance (SHOW REVIEW)

Blues Traveler brought their 30 Year Anniversary Tour to Portland, Oregon’s Crystal Ballroom on Saturday, November 11th for a blues-rock blowout celebrating the band’s three decades of hard-charging creativity. Los Colognes was enlisted to open ...

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‘Justice League’ Saves the World, And Maybe the DC Cinematic Universe (FILM REVIEW)

'Justice League' manages to build a solid movie on DC's faulty cinematic foundation

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Rob Huebel’s ‘Do You Want To See A Dead Body’ Is A Madcap Comedy Fever-Dream

Rob Huebel's original series on YouTube Red is a delightfully bizarre antithesis to the high-drama of Peak TV

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The Noirish Delights of ‘Wind River’

Taylor Sheridan's latest crime thriller is taut and haunting.

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‘Atomic Blonde’ Explodes on to Blu-Ray

David Leitch's high-octane spy thriller is now available to own.

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Rainbow Girls’ ‘American Dream’ Brings Stripped Back Harmonies & Nimble Finger Picking (ALBUM REVIEW)

American Dream is the third album by California folk band Rainbow Girls, but it is the first with the band’s new scaled-back lineup. Now a trio consisting of Erin Chapin, Caitlin Gowdey, and Vanessa May, ...

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Grizzly Bear Captivates Austin With Lush Soundscapes (SHOW REVIEW)

After the unfortunate cancellation of Sound on Sound Fest, the bookers of the festival worked to get as many of the artists scheduled to play into venues around Austin during the original festival dates. Currently ...

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