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Top Ten Thursday: Top Ten Tom Petty Songs
31-Jul-14   By: Austin

It is hard to find a palatable picture of Tom Petty.  You know, one where he doesn’t look like a trashy lady.  But I think I did it, and discovered bearded, sunglassed, mouth-closed Petty is certainly the best for your viewing pleasure.  But, luckily for Petty, he didn’t have to rely on his looks to get shit done in this world.  We are of course here to talk about the storied career of Tom Petty, the musician.  Tom Petty is



Public Service Announcement: Crowd Surfing Sucks…
30-Jul-14   By: Wes

…for everyone but the crowd surfer. So this is our first in an oncoming service of PSA’s about do’s and don’ts in concert-going as a way to encourage good habits and curb poor behavior. We by no means are model citizens in this regard, as we have been known to occasionally force our way forward in a crowd or knock around our neighbors due to occasionally wild and obnoxious behavior. However, there are a few things that can’t stand, and



Begin Again Movie Review
28-Jul-14   By: Austin

Begin Again is a musical romantic comedy written and directed by John Carney, of Once fame.  The reviews were pretty good, most everything big studios have released this year has been trash, and I was itching to see a movie.  So why not give this one a chance?  On top of Begin Again being a halfway decent way to spend an hour and a half, it is also a guaranteed to please female significant others. Begin Again starts with down



Artist Profile: Benjamin Booker
25-Jul-14   By: Austin

Wanting to focus the entirety of my Jack White show review on, you guessed it, Jack White, I decided to forgo even mentioning opener Benjamin Booker.  This dude is straight legit.  I’m not really going to give much of an in depth profile here, as all my insight would be straight plagiarism from other people’s articles.  But I would like to give you a little insight into an artist that could be poised to break out (if you don’t already



The 10 Best Acts at Pitchfork Music Festival 2014
24-Jul-14   By: Wes

As fellow LxL’er Todd wrote Monday, regardless of what you think of Pitchfork, the hipster music mecca, their annual festival at Union Park in Chicago is bar none the best thing they do.  This year’s fest was largely dominated by shoegaze and hip hop acts, but the real theme that emerged is the female dominance of the fest, just as women are also dominating the larger landscape of what’s going right in music today. Five of our top six acts



Jack White Show Review: July 20, 2014
23-Jul-14   By: Austin

Jack White The Fabulous Fox Theatre St. Louis, MO July 20, 2014 I had never seen Jack White before in any of his iterations, so anyone out there that has seen him can probably understand my exhilaration seeing him for the first time Sunday.  I expected it to be wonderful for a number of reasons, including my love of his entire catalog personal accounts from others.  I guess even with soaring expectations it is still possible to be awed. The



Liverpool Legends Show Review
22-Jul-14   By: Wes

Liverpool Legends June 30th, 2014 Caravelle Theater, Branson, MO Even in a town best known for their love of country and gospel music, the Beatles cannot be denied. We went on a family vacation with my parents to Branson, Missouri, aka the “Christian Vegas”, and enjoyed the unique and odd experience of seeing the Liverpool Legends, a Beatles tribute band presented by Louise Harrison, George’s sister and a Missouri local. It was a pleasure hearing such a wide-ranging set of



Pitchfork Music Festival 2014 Recap
21-Jul-14   By: Todd

  In all of its infinite and pretentious wisdom, there is hardly any doubt that Pitchfork has become one of America’s leading sources for modern music recommendations and critiques. Love or hate their opinions, it is true. And regardless if they seem to leave a bitter taste in your mouth every once in a while, they do manage to do one thing very right: Pitchfork Music Festival. Three short-but-not-too-short days in the city of Chicago with a solid lineup of



Tweedy Show Review
18-Jul-14   By: Wes

Tweedy (with Sound Opinions Live) July 17th, 2014 Lincoln Hall Chicago, IL As the resident (and only) Wilco fan on this blog, I feel it’s my civic duty to bring you the Tweedy beat. What better way to do that than coverage of Jeff Tweedy (frontman of Wilco) and Spencer Tweedy ‘s (Jeff’s 18 year old son and drummer) interview and performance last night. The show was for Sound Opinions – one of the best radio shows/podcasts around – and



Apocalypse NOW: The 10 Best Apocalyptic Tracks
17-Jul-14   By: Austin

Editors note: We originally posted this last summer, which was full of apocalypse comedies. This summer is full of high tension apocalypse thrillers in the movies (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) and on TV (HBO’s intense The Leftovers and FX’s The Strain). Enjoy the end of the  world with us through these songs. We all love us some Edgar Wright (and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost for that matter), so with the opening of The World’s End this weekend, we thought it appropriate







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