Americana rocker Joe Pug believes in getting his music out there. And he doesn’t always believe in getting something in return. He’s a keen proponent of the Give Your Music Away For Free rule, and we’re happy to enable him. So we’ve put up his handy widget that lets you download his song “The Sharpest […]
Archive for March, 2011
Lovely indie folk duo Wye Oak have steadily been charming audiences and winning fans over since they formed in Maryland in 2006. With a new album, Civilian, on the way next week, Wye Oak are embarking on another tour and will be stopping by The EARL on March 13. We have a great package to […]
The Baseball Project Volume Two: High and Inside Yep Roc Records By Scott Roberts Every spring, many of us look forward to the possibility of new love in bloom, enjoy basking in the slowly warming temperatures, or dread the re-emergence of all those pesky seasonal allergies. Some of us also look forward to the annual […]
Hello Sunshine! And that’s aimed at the weather as well as our lovely readers. There’s so much great stuff this weekend, from local indie rock to rising soul stars to rap legends. And don’t forget to check out the on-sales at the bottom for future gig-planning.
By Susie Ceruto (www.sassy1photography.com) Full gallery after the jump
By Hillery Terenzi Full gallery after the jump
As far as super groups go, The Baseball Project has to be one of the coolest. Steve Wynn, (The Miracle 3, The Dream Syndicate), Scott McCaughey (The Minus 5, Young Fresh Fellows, R.E.M.), Linda Pitmon (The Miracle 3, Golden Smog) and Peter Buck (R.E.M.) formed the band in 2009 and now they are back with […]
Post-industrial/techo scary-makers Lords of Acid are back after an absence of almost 10 years. And we have a pair of tickets to give away to their show at The Masquerade on March 16! Just fill out the form below for your chance to win.
By Al Kaufman Paddy Moloney is musical institution. From the time he put together his band and released what was supposed to be a one-off album, The Chieftains I, in 1962, until now, (some 49 albums later) The Chieftains have served as musical ambassadors to the world, mixing their traditional Irish music with rock (The […]
Yuck Yuck Fat Possum By Ellen E. Eldridge Seasonal summer colds, the sticky stuff left on your skin after a drive through rush hour traffic in Atlanta, and the band that released its self-titled album, Yuck brings a gross, hanging-over-the-toilet sensation to mind. Yuck won’t send fans rushing to puke, though, and will find satisfied […]
By Jenna Hughes Full gallery after the jump