The closer we get to truth, the more questions we have about as Westworld reaches its midseason point.
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Phish returned to the MGM Grand Garden Arena last night for the third consecutive show of their 2016 Halloween run. The band offered another evening of salient music although the
The Walking Dead has really jumped the shark. Er… tiger.
Temples – James Bagshaw (vocals, guitar), Tom Warmsley (bass, backing vocals), Sam Toms(drums) and Adam Smith (keys) — are set to release their new album, Volcano, on March 3rd via Fat Possum. The band’s announcement comes on the heels
Following a decade long break, Grandaddy will release its first new album since 2006’s Just Like the Fambly Cat on March 3rd ion Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records. It’s titled Last
[rating=8.00] If you’re looking for that quintessential Texas sound these days, look no further than Wayne “The Train” Hancock. With a voice that’s as smooth as an ice cold Shiner
As festival season draws to an end across the Northern Hemisphere, one smaller festival in Austin has created a kind of bookend each year for festival-goers. Formerly called Fun Fun
When you’re young and you feel like you don’t belong, life can look very different from the football player on one side of you or the gamer on the other
[rating=8.00] Paul Cauthen is singing the gospel of the blue collar man. His deep toned voice goes down like a rich, dark stout, calling to mind a young Waylon Jennings.