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Album Review: Matt Mann & the Shine Runners – Anytime but Now

Article by: Bylle Breaux     Matt Mann and the Shine Runners are releasing a new album next month and it’s their finest yet.  Lead singer/songwriter, Mann, moved from Los Angeles to Nashville just over two years ago and it’s proving to be the right choice.  His budding friendship with new lead guitarist,

Movie Review: The Call of the Wild (2020)

Article by: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   The Call of the Wild is the most recent iteration of Buck’s story, a pampered pooch who gets sold as a sled dog and ends up having to survive many perils along the way, including the wilds of the Yukon. Based on the pre-eminent Jack London novel

Eliza & The Delusionals // Live @ Stubb’s BBQ // 2.19.20

Article and Photos by: Sarah Todd   Austin, TX -- It was an unexpectedly chilly night in the "Live Music Capital of the World," yes -- even though we are in February, central Texas has had an especially mild winter so far and many concert-goers seemed upset with their decision to forego

American Authors & Magic Giant // Live @ Bogart’s // 2.20.20

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – When bands tour together as co-headliners, there’s typically a synergy of musical styles. Touring together makes sense - it brings fans of each band together, exposing them to more music of a similar genre.  From a concert perspective, though, the formula is

Theo Katzman // Live @ Royale // 2.22.20

Article by Emily Wheeler // Photos by Andrew Kopanski   Boston, MA -- Lyrical brilliance was a theme of the evening. Each of Theo Katzman’s songs are adored with lyrics so singable and so needed in our current climate, both emotional and political. Katzman, who has a multitude of heartbreak hits, writes

Machine Head // Live @ The Mercury Ballroom // 2.12.20

Article and Photos by Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY-- Machine Head put it all out there. This night’s show marked four months into the band's Burn My Eyes 25th Anniversary tour, celebrating the release of their debut album, 1994's, Burn My Eyes, an album roundly hailed as one landmark in metal history. To mark