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The Matrix Resurrections: It Is the Question That Drives Us

The top photo is a screenshot from the trailer to this film https://youtu.be/nNpvWBuTfrc So, I’ve watched it twice now, The Matrix: Resurrections and I’m still trying to decide whether I like it or not. The ending … I don’t know. […]

The Matrix Resurrections: It Is the Question That Drives Us

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The top photo is a screenshot from the trailer to this film https://youtu.be/nNpvWBuTfrc So, I’ve watched it twice now, The Matrix: Resurrections and I’m still trying to decide whether I like it or not. The ending … I don’t know. […]

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Tommy Castro and the Painkillers Come to Town

Top photo by Kathleen Garrison for Alligator Records Alligator Records artists Tommy Castro and the Painkillers are back on the road and will play a string of California shows, beginning

Charlie Watts: The King of Rock’n’Roll Cool

Top photo is a YouTube screenshot https://youtu.be/-Bv6KfnuepA Think of all the things that have happened since 1963. In America the Civil Rights movement comes to mind, and the assassination of President

King Crimson at Greek Theatre Friday Night

Above Discipline album art courtesy of DGMLive The King Crimson Beast has begun its North American tour. On Friday, August 6, at 7 p.m., KC will return to the Greek

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers to Appear at Belly Up

Top photo courtesy of Alligator Records After more than a year without live music Tommy Castro & The Painkillers will perform at Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach on Saturday, August

Conversation With Tony Levin

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Going on the TV show Fridays I remember that. What were we doing on that show? We’re not a pop band. We did even know why

Tony Levin Talks About King Crimson and His Musical Journey

Top photo provided by dgmlive.com King Crimson fans — old King Crimson fans — might remember where they were when they first listened to the band’s debut album, In the

Hourly Why: Non-Disclosure – Manifest of Low Expectations

Top graphic by Jeff Worman I’m always waiting for the next shoe to drop. The next asteroid to rain. The next ship to land. Or some barbeque. The government is supposed to make some

Die Hard fans can’t get enough of John McClane

Top photo is a YouTube screenshot True confession: I have an addiction for the “Die Hard” movies. Bruce Willis as John McClane, saving the day, almost single-handedly. In the first

Hourly Why: Who has us?

Top illustration by Jeff Worman I’ve seen things in Wandavision you people wouldn’t believe. Okay, a direct reference to Nexus 6 replicant Roy Batty’s soliloquy in the Ridley Scott sci-fi noir

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