Hope everyone is doing fine battling the crazy “snow storm” we got last night. No? It’s pretty much all melted now? Oh well, it was pretty and unobtrusive while it lasted, which is all we can really ask for. Because that means nothing has been postponed/canceled and we can all go and rock out this […]
Archive for February, 2011
By Matthew Smith (www.shadowboxerphoto.com) Full gallery after the jump
The Booze At Maximum Volume Underrated Records By Eric Chavez Good music not only requires amazing influences, it demands it. With such influences as The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Faces and The Jam, it is only destined that The Booze become a noteworthy rock band in their own right. And so they do. With […]
Iron and Wine Kiss Each Other Clean Warner Brothers By Al Kaufman With Kiss Each Other Clean, Sam Beam, the person behind Iron and Wine, should finally rid himself of the neo-folkie tag. While 2007’s The Shepherd’s Dog hinted at a fuller sound, Beam goes in full force on Kiss Each Other Clean. The CD opens […]
The Mermaids Tropsicle Pretty Ambitious Records By Eileen Tilson It only takes about 30 seconds listening to The Mermaids’ debut LP, Tropsicle, to instantly transport you to a Frankie Valentine/Annette Funicello movie, albeit the hipster version. Atlanta’s own Mermaids opens the album with the sunny “Holiday,” pouring with that same ’60s “doo-wop-ness” that made everyone […]
February is here, and it looks like the gig-going is finally back in full swing. This weekend is a packed one, with a rock ‘n’ roll legend, indie heroes, brilliant locals and more! And don’t forget to check out our on sales at the bottom.
Kylie Minogue Better Than Today EP Parlophone By Eric Chavez In the past 20 years, no other female pop star, aside from Madonna, has had such an impact on the world of music. From “I Should Be So Lucky” to “Word is Out” to “Spinning Around,” Minogue has had hit after hit worldwide. In the […]