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Daily Archives: March 8, 2018

David Chase Is Bringing Back The Sopranos

Did you ever stop believin’ that The Sopranos would return? When the groundbreaking show ended in 2007 with the family sitting down to eat at Holsten’s ice cream parlor, many fans were, well, disappointed with the hard cut to black as the door to the restaurant opens. What happened? Was Tony dead? Well, for years, critics and fans have agonized ...

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Dead-on noir 'Los Angeles Overnight' fails to grab hold

Director Michael Chrisoulakis makes his feature directorial debut with a script written by Guy J. Jackson, who also co-stars in “Los Angeles Overnight.” Peter Bogdonavich, Lin Shaye, and Sally Kirkland all cameo in this eerie crime tale about a desperate aspiring actress, Priscilla (Arielle Brachfeld), who gets caught up in the dark underbelly of Hollywood. … ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles ...

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Kobalt Invests $150 Million in its AWAL Recorded-Music Operation

Kobalt announced today a significant expansion of AWAL, its recorded-music division, by investing $ 150 million into the business, hiring 100 additional employees and introducing new technology products at this year’s SXSW conference. The company also announced it is combining all of its recording businesses under the AWAL name. The company’s services include digital distribution, music data, marketing, A&R and ...

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Review: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats Bring Retro-Soul on Second LP

Three years before Justin Timberlake stopped shaving and retreated to a cabin in the woods, bearded Colorado singer Nathaniel Rateliff was already showing the appeal – and power – of rustic-white-dude soul. Rateliff looked like Garth Hudson, and his woodsy take on vintage Southern R&B was on point enough to get him signed to iconic Memphis label Stax Records. But ...

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