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Aug 02, 2022 Live The Black Crowes

The Black Crowes recently performed at the Santa Barbara Bowl, in Santa Barbara, CA, and our photographer Robert Redfield was on the scene to capture the action. The concert happened on July 24.

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Planet of the Vampires

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Aug 02, 2022 DVDs Web Exclusive

Mario Bava’s colorful sci-fi horror receives an upgraded special edition from Kino Lorber.

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King Princess

Hold On Baby

Zelig/Columbia

Aug 02, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Since King Princess debuted in 2018, she has come to represent a new breed of pop star.

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Aug 01, 2022 Live The Weeknd Kaytranada

On Sunday, July 24, The Weeknd performed to a sold out stadium at Chicago’s Soldier Field—and his theatrics were at an all time high. From donning the infamous face mask spotted in the “How Do I Make You Love Me?” video to his detailed cityscape that lit up the stage, the singer—whose latest album Dawn FM was reviewed by Under the Radar earlier this year—relished in his role as provocateur.

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Reservation Dogs (Season Two)

FX/Hulu, August 3, 2022

Aug 01, 2022 TV Web Exclusive

During the second season premiere of the Taika Waititi co-created, Indigenous, groundbreaking FX comedy, Reservation Dogs, Elora, the most pragmatic and mature of the scheming, delivery truck-robbing Reservations Dogs gang, finally realizes her dream of leaving her dreary, albeit tight-knit rural Oklahoma rez. But her road trip to supposedly glamorous California is not as fulfilling, or even as manageable, as she had hoped.

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Aug 01, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

The second record of 2022 from Nashville-by-Detroit rock star Jack White, Entering Heaven Alive represents a clear departure from the wacky experimentation of the first, Fear of the Dawn.

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Aug 01, 2022 Books

You may never have heard of James Calvin Wilsey, but you most definitely have heard his guitar, most memorably the haunting line on Chris Isaak’s breakthrough single, “Wicked Game.”

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Jul 29, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

It is only fitting that Maggie Rogers recently graduated from Harvard Divinity School, as her sophomore release has proven her the indisputable patron saint of millennial pop.

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Jul 28, 2022 Music Web Exclusive

Throughout her recording career, now over a decade old, Katie Alice Greer has always been a provocateur, but that has just made her ahead of the curve.

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