Genres

Justin Moore Is Country Music’s Sleeper Hitmaker. He’s Also the Genre’s Biggest Fan

MOORE_images_uploads_gallery_JM_PHOTO_0400_CVillalobos_DSC02113_RetJF_FNL – Credit: Cody Villalobos* Not too long ago, Justin Moore and the Nineties country songwriter David Lee Murphy were sitting around Moore’s Florida beach house talking about trucks. After years trying to write hit songs on the road and during the requisite morning sessions in Nashville writing rooms, Moore …

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PT publisher back at it again with LeGuin

Winter texts is back at it again with a collection of Ursula K. Le Guin. The collection, “Into the Desert, Across the Ice,” will feature three short stories along with a closing poem from Le Guin’s final collection. Included in this compilation will be Le Guin’s 1987 tale, “Buffalo Gals, …

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10 Modern Isekai Anime That Have Already Aged Poorly

Be it due to being boring, offensive, or awkward, these isekai series just don’t have much to offer in an already saturated genre. There’s such an incredible community that surrounds anime because it truly feels like there’s a show for every single interest. One of the more popular genres in …

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Aftershock’s Out of Body is a Psychedelic Detective Thriller

Out of Body, from AfterShock Comics, mixes elements of the police procedural with psychedelic sensibilities to create a new and unique thriller. Spoilers for Out of Body #1 ahead! AfterShock Comics‘ new supernatural detective series, Out of Body, is a trippy, psychedelic odyssey featuring astral projection, a medium, Dorian Gray, and lots …

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UTA Study on Pandemic Streaming Habits

Consumers plan to watch more entertainment moving forward compared to pre-pandemic, but they also expect more from creators and their favorite shows. It’s no surprise that the pandemic changed people’s entertainment viewing habits by accelerating wider adoption of streaming. But a new study by United Talent Agency quantifies that, and …

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Army of the Dead Perfectly Blends Heist and Zombie Genre Ending Tropes

Army of the Dead‘s genre mashup leads to a “best of both worlds” ending, sitting somewhere between zombie horror and traditional heist tropes. When Netflix let Zack Snyder unleash a horde of undead upon an unsuspecting Las Vegas, they likely knew the result wouldn’t be a stereotypical zombie flick and, in …

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Amarillo musicians begin new concert series in new venue

In late December 2019, members of the Swindell family took to social media, announcing the closure of the Esquire Jazz Club at the beginning of 2020. At the time, co-owner Patrick Swindell told the Globe-News that through the club, he realized the quality of local music in the area.  “The …

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Horror on the horizon | News

In the entertainment business, it’s never too early to plan, especially after the plague year of 2020. While in-person gatherings gave way to virtual events, including festivals, local producers looked forward to the day that they would be able to welcome back the masses.  Now, in 2021, with declining case …

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Film And Video Market – By Type Of Service, By Type Of Genre, And

Film And Video market The global Film And Video market reached a value of nearly $58,353.8 million in 2020, having increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.4% since 2015. The market is expected to grow from $58,353.8 million in 2020 to $75,250.9 million in 2025 at a …

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