We just got word that the Bell X1 show at Vinyl on October 6 has been canceled. Refunds will be made shortly. No word yet on whether it will be rescheduled.
Archive for August, 2009
Big news people.'80s pop princess of the mall Tiffany will be coming to Atlanta August 27 for a show at Andrew's Upstairs. Tickets will be on sale tomorrow at Ticket Alternative. And, just for you, here's that big hair, big jean jacket, big mall crowd video for "I Think We're Alone Now," for your viewing […]
This month's Big Trouble in Little 5 Points is going to play host to a ton of music from some familiar faces in new packages. Barreracudas will be headlining, and those who have been following the Atlanta music scene for a while will instantly recognize members of The Hiss. Needless to say, this is a […]
Yim Yames Tribute To ATO Records By Scott Roberts A successful tribute record should accomplish at least two things: one, the chosen source material should reveal some historical insight into the musical influences of the particular artist performing the songs, and two, the new performances should pique the curiosity of the listener enough to explore […]
Little Joy has just canceled their Smith's Olde Bar show on September 28. No word yet on whether or not there will be a rescheduled date. We'll keep you posted here on more news.
Band of SkullsBaby Darling Doll Face Honey Artist First By Eileen Tilson Never judge a book by its cover, or in this case, a band by its name. Britain’s Band of Skulls are not a bunch of death-metal skeleton-heads. They are actually a frayed-round-the-edges rock trio hailing from Southampton, England. Their debut album, Baby Darling […]
It’s safe to say that one of my least favorite bands of all time is Nickelback. I can honestly say there is nothing I like about them. Not one single thing. Nothing. But here’s the problem. Nickelback has sold over thirty million albums over the past several years. Let me repeat that because I don’t […]
Michael Jackson: The Trial and Triumph of the King of PopElbow Grease Productions By Al Kaufman Michael Jackson's death has not only helped his own album sales, but every street vendor in Atlanta is selling MJ shirts that are sure to fall apart after the third wash. And now Pearl Jr, an author and activist […]
We just got news that the Florez show at Smith's Olde Bar on September 15 CORRECTION August 18 has been canceled. No word yet on whether or not it will be rescheduled. UPDATE: Florez's September 15 show is still on. Tickets for that gig are available at Ticket Alternative.
We have a last-minute show announcement for The EARL. This Monday, Los Angeles hardcore legends Fear – who, along with Black Flag and Circle Jerks founded the movement – will play The EARL with fellow Californians Bloodhook. Tickets are on sale now at Ticket Alternative.
School of Seven Bells Alpinisms Vagrant By Beverly Bryan School of Seven Bells is a welcome refuge from all of the bland pop coming out now. The airy songs on Alpinisms, released last Octobeer, may melt on the tongue rather than stay with you, but they’re still far more than flavorless background noise. Electronic tribal […]
We just got word that merry jam rockers The Heavy Pets are coming to Atlanta on October 21, when they will play Vinyl. Tickets for the show will go on sale tomorrow, Friday, August 7 at noon at Ticket Alternative.
Seattle post-hardcore quartet These Arms Are Snakes are set to play Star Bar on October 1, along with darlings of the blogosphere DD/MM/YYYY, as well as Atlanta's own Whores and Hawks. We've popped a video of These Arms Are Snakes' rockin' "Red Line Season" so you can get a little taste of what they're all […]
We can't deny the awesomeness that will be this show. With our hometown boys Mastodon headlining with (sort of local boys) Adult Swim's fictional metal band Dethklok, as well as Converge and High On Fire, The Tabernacle is going to be a metal fan feast come November 5. Tickets are going on sale this Friday, […]