6 M.I.A. Actors Who Need to Come Back


With each passing year, Hollywood seems more and more prone to shoving new faces and stars down our throat, and too often it becomes harder and harder to keep up. While some of these modern ...

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Thundercat Comes From Behind The Curtain at the Middle East (SHOW REVIEW)


Thundercat has been the musical mastermind behind some of the most acclaimed albums of the past decade and during his sold-out performance at The Middle East, he showed his audience what happens when the man ...

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Mercury Rev – The Light in You (ALBUM REVIEW)


As they have since the beginning, Mercury Rev seem to reside in their own celestial sphere. Their’s is a freewheeling take on psychedelia that’s as disrespectful of mode or melody as those first flights of ...

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Decemberists, Strokes, The Weeknd And More Hit Final Day Of Austin City Limits Festival


Lazy Sundays often consist of grocery shopping, vacuuming and Netflix binging, but that mundane grind doesn’t exist when you rock an ACL wristband. The third day of the Austin City Limits Music Festival fully encapsulated ...

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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Stumbles Into the Sunset (TV Review)


 “The Good Man” Well, that was… certainly a TV show. The final installment of the first season of a TV show, in fact. All the right pieces were moving, and it was tense (at least ...

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Lucero – All a Man Should Do (ALBUM REVIEW)

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Lucero’s Ben Nichols is the man’s man of alt-country, all gruff masculinity and rough around the edges. Which is why it may take longtime fans by surprise to hear his softer side shine through on ...

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Tedeschi Trucks Band With Help From Jon Batiste Kick Off Second Beacon Theater Weekend (SHOW REVIEW)


Opening up their second weekend in a row at New York City’s gorgeous Beacon Theater the Tedeschi Trucks Band, who have recently played some high profile guest laden sets, decided to focus on their core ...

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Alabama Shakes Slay Austin City Limits Taping (SHOW REVIEW)


Photo by Scott Newton/Courtesy of KLRU Midway through the Alabama Shakes’ taping on Austin City Limits the crowd spontaneously erupted into a loud “Happy Birthday”. The moment of joyful randomness was directed at the band’s ...

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Father John Misty, Alabama Shakes, Drake and More Hit Day 2 of Austin City Limits Festival


As the Austin City Limits Music Festival raced back for its second day, festival-goers prepped for the musical circus by massaging their sore dancing feet and guzzling fizzy mimosas. Football games threatened to tackle their ...

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Austin City Limits Festival Kicks Off With Foo Fighters, Leon Bridges, Tame Impala and More (RECAP/PHOTOS)


When Barton Springs Road becomes a trail for foot traffic and the friendly food trailers start charging for parking, it can only mean one thing: The Austin City Limits Music Festival has finally landed. To ...

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