Oh we are almost there! It’s Wednesday, and the city is full of fun things to do tonight… Here are a couple of suggestions for you: -Before you head out to all these fun events, join Atlanta Music Guide & Ticket Alternative for our Street Food Happy Hour with Cassandras! With nourishment from the likes […]
Archive for August, 2011
By Michael Koenig (http://vacantmoon.viewbook.com/). Full gallery after the jump.
By Eileen Tilson It’s been five years since California’s favorite sock-wearing foursome, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have released their latest album, and to celebrate Warner Bros is hosting hundreds of screenings across the country of Red Hot Chili Peppers LIVE: I’m With You. The worldwide event, taking place August 30 and September 1, features […]
By Garrett Webster. After attending one of DJ Cobra’s parties, you quickly understand why he’s hired to spin at Hollywood’s most exclusive events. Playing close to 300 gigs annually, his client list includes Madonna, Tyra Banks, Sarah Jessica Parker and brands such as Victoria’s Secret, Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures. This past weekend he found […]
-Get out your glow sticks and cargo pants! IDentity Fest is taking over Aaron’s Amphiteater with acts like DJ Shadow, Kaskade, Rusko, The Disco Biscuits, Booka Shade, Hercules and Love Affair, Le Castle Vania, Afrobeta, and Steve Aoki. -Alt-country singer-songwriter, Richard Buckner and former founder of The Clean, David Kilgour will be holding court at […]
By Jenna Hughes Full gallery after the jump.
The Weeknd Thursday OVO/XO By Justin Lyons Though some of the mystery surrounding Canadian act The Weeknd (aka Abel Tesfey) has subsided, he still has enigmatic qualities that make Thursday enticing. While the down tempo production from Doc McKinney & Illangelo continues on most of the new tracks, The Weeknd examines a broad range of […]
By Michael Koenig Full gallery after the jump.
By Eileen Tilson For years some of Atlanta’s finest young future music exec’s have been lost to schools like Belmont in Nashville, simply because these Georgian audiophiles had no place to grow; that time has come to an end. Kennesaw State University is ready to start the year off right with their Joel E. Katz […]
Hercules and Love Affair Blue Songs Moshi Moshi Records By Al Kaufman Hercules and Love Affair never got memo issued some 30 years ago that simply stated, “Disco is dead.” This is a band that likes its music to pump and thump and bump. Listen to “Answers Come in Dreams” and listen to what can […]
Happy Monday to you all, here are things to make your Monday a little bit more manageable. -The “most intriguing reggae artist in the world,” Matisyahu (read our interview with him here) will be holding his own holy beat-boxing at Center Stage. -Downstairs at Vinyl, former Fall Out Boy frontman, Patrick Stump will be pop-rocking […]
Muppets The Green Album Walt Disney Records By Jeremy Frye Kermit and his crew have certainly been around in the last decade, but your local multiplex has been Muppet-free since 1999’s Muppets From Space. Actor Jason Segal considered this a grave injustice and made it his personal mission to get The Fuzzy Pack back on […]
By Eileen Tilson When Matisyahu entered the scene back in 2005 with single “King Without a Crown,” the idea of a Hasidic reggae beat-boxer seemed liked the opening line of a joke. However, the New York native quickly made a reputation for himself, taking on titles such as Esquire Magazine‘s “most intriguing reggae artist in […]
By Eileen Tilson You might not be familiar with Wynter Gordon, but she has surely made herself a household name. With songwriting credit for the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, and Danity Kane, Wynter is no stranger to success. She released her debut album, With the Music I Die, in June 2011 in […]