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Rivers & Spires Music Festival

Written by: August Aguilar, March 1, 2017 at 4:21 pm, Follow me on Twitter @AugustAA92 The 15th annual Rivers & Spires Festival will be held April 2o-22, 2017 in the Historic Downtown Clarksville area. As a celebration for the festival, it is estimated that 45,000 festival goers will be able to

Nashville based HOTSTOP spring tour dates

(Los Angeles, CA)  The high-energy, Nashville-based pop-rock quartet HOTSTOP are ready to hit the road this spring to support their debut EP Elevated. Already wowing crowds with their Led Zeppelin to Michael Jackson influenced original songs, the Southern/Mid-West tour will start on February 25th in Louisville, KY.  The complete list of dates are

Split – Review

Written by: August Aguilar, January 23, 2017, at 9:21 pm. Follow me on Twitter: @AugustAA92 Director M. Night Shyamalan breaks the boundaries of the mind with his latest psychological thriller, Split. Debuting number one at the box office this weekend, the film not only shows James McAvoy give a stunning performance, but

Game On: Xbox Games With Gold Lineup For January

Written by: August Aguilar, December 21, 2016, at 12:00 p.m. Tweet to: @AugustAA92 & @elburritoblog Microsoft has revealed their full line up of the free games with Xbox Live Gold membership users starting in January 2017.  As usual, Xbox Live members will be able to claim four free games in the month

The OA Review

Written by: August Aguilar, January 10, 2017, at 7:31 p.m. Tweet to: @AugustAA92 Netflix is no stranger when it comes to original content. With hits like Orange Is The New Black, the entire Marvel Series, and more recently, Stranger Things, it seems like Netflix isn’t going away any time soon and we should expect even

Keep It Moving: Interview with The Force Field

Written by August Aguilar, December 11, 2016, at 3:27 p.m. From the small town of Kingsport in East Tennessee lies an underground passion of music of all genres. Personally knowing a lot of these musicians, I know the struggle can be real when it comes to branching out and showing your music

Last Letters: Nothing To Write Home About EP Review

Last Letters

Written by: August Aguilar, November 9, 2016, at 9:01 p.m. Tweet at: @AugustAA92 & @elburritoblog A Sweet Reminiscent  Growing up in middle and high school I listened to a lot of punk rock, emo, and pop music. Specifically bands like blink-182, My Chemical Romance, Jimmy Eat World, and Say Anything, which all

10 Short Horror Films That Will Terrify You

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Written by August Aguilar, October 31, 2016, at 4:02 p.m. At Slickster Magazine, we take Halloween, and horror in general, very seriously and love the creations that like to haunt us in the middle of the night. This Halloween we would like to present to you ten different short films from

It Follows horror movie reivew

It Follows

Written by August Aguilar, October 24, 2016, at 5:45 a.m. Tweet to: @AugustAA92 & @elburritoblog Modern horror movies seem to try and stretch a long ways these days. Films such as Lights Out and The Boy have brave and bold concepts, but tend to be familiar structures of other movies over the years.

Two Tongues Two album review

Two Tongues

Written by: August Aguilar, October 14, 2016, at 6:38 p.m. Tweet to: @AugustAA92 & @elburritoblog Back in August, I wrote about the news of the alternative band Two Tongues releasing their first single "Azalea" along with their release date of a new album and plans for a first ever fall tour.