By Eileen Tilson I remember vividly the first time I saw Andy Davis play. Years ago in Atlanta, at the legendary Eddie’s Attic, I saw the wonderful Ten out of Tenn traveling show, and was blown away by the subtle, Andy Davis. The Louisiana native wraps you around his guitar picking fingers with his sultry […]
Archive for March, 2012
By Matthew Smith (www.shadowboxerphoto.com) Full gallery after the jump.
Review by Justin Lyons; photos by Matthew Smith (www.shadowboxerphoto.com) A lot has changed in the electronic music world since French duo Justice broke on the scene with “D.A.N.C.E.” and Cross. Dubstep has become the current rage, house elements have invaded pop music and electronic music as a whole has enjoyed a renaissance with more EDM […]
Sometimes it is a good thing just to have a relatively quiet evening. I’m pretty certain that if you spend too much time going to shows, you might forget about the really great ones. Tonight is a quiet eve in Atlanta, but alas here are your choices. -Co-managed by Jay-Z’s Roc Nation imprint, Melanie Fiona’s […]
John Mellencamp, Stephen King, T Bone Burnett Collaboration Ghost Brothers of Darkland County Starting Soon
If you are anywhere near the music or theater world in Atlanta, then you’ve been hearing about Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the haunting Southern gothic music created by John Mellencamp, Stephen King and T Bone Burnett. Members of the cast have been playing around town at venerable venues like Eddie’s Attic and Smith’s Olde […]
The Good Graces Wildcat Creek Eskimo Kiss By Jim Simpson Wildcat Creek finds The Good Graces’ founder Kim Ware taking her brand of minimalist indie folk-pop to another level with a mere four songs featuring the threesome of Ware, producer/musician Jay Manley and his wife Jane Francis. Local multi-instrumentalist Ware has been writing blazingly honest […]
By Lisa Keel Full gallery after the jump.
We get the feeling that Atlanta’s in recovery mode this weekend after the madness of St. Patrick’s Day. But there are still a fair amount of gigs to get you back in the game, making things a little mad for those who want a repeat of last week. You can rock out, dance your ass […]
We’re sure everyone is gearing up to buy tickets for Party in the Park on Saturday. Who doesn’t want to see Flaming Lips, Young the Giant, AWOLNATION and Dawes (plus many more to be announced) in the glow of Centennial Olympic Park on a lovely May afternoon? And if you want to get your tickets […]
By Eileen Tilson Twenty-two year old Trevor Powers, whose musical venture is called Youth Lagoon, has had a long year. Not because he’s been endlessly touring or pursuing some wild dream, but because of life – the life of a kid going to college, being in love, dealing with heartache, and just living. Pretty impressive coming from […]
Pat Mastelotto Recidivate 7d Media By Ellen Eldridge Pat Mastelotto, the internationally-renowned drummer whose pioneering work with King Crimson, Mr. Mister and XTC has cemented him as one of experimental music and pop/prog-rock’s most talented percussionists, releasesd Recidivate, a collection of outtakes, rarities and highlights from the past 20 years of his career on March […]
It is an indie-rockers paradise today in Atlanta! Yesterday we announced that The Flaming Lips are headlining Centennial Olympic Park’s “Party in the Park,” and the fun is just starting! Here are your midday fun picks! –Shinobi Ninja is a Brooklyn-based party rock circus with an explosive live show. The band’s music mashes up the […]
Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge The Five Spot was nearly packed on Sunday night, and that’s not bad for a band’s second appearance in Atlanta. Pearl and the Beard opened for Ani DiFranco in February and the air of contagious joy captured the attention of many fans who bought the CDs and headed back […]
Today is the 7th day in a row in March that it’s been over 80 degrees. Just broke the record that was set in 1907. Wow, it is officially Spring. OR perhaps Mother Nature decided to skip all of it, and go straight to summer. Either way, enjoy the day! – “Keyboardist/songwriter Thomas Dolby calls […]
By Jenna Hughes Full gallery after the jump.