Advance Base is the music project of Owen Ashworth, who used to release music under the name Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. Ashworth has published a book of drawings, made beats for Chicago rapper Serengeti, recorded the debut single by psych-folk troubadour Julie Byrne, paid tribute to gospel and outsider music legend Washington Phillips (on […]
Author Archive: Ellen Eldridge
Ellen is the editor of Atlanta Music Guide. She hears music in footsteps and follows the sound through life.
Roots-reggae artist Cas Haley celebrates a return to music after an injury-induced hiatus, releasing his new album Nov. 6 and plying Atlanta’s Center Stage in December. Haley teamed up with Jimmy Buffet’s label, Mailboat Records, to release More Music More Family, an album that explores the importance of family and positivity. His previous releases charted […]
A band’s third album tells a lot about its career and whether or not the musicians will cave to pressure to write popular songs, wander off in a weird direction or write lethargically about life on a tour bus. Maynard James Keenan, singer and songwriter for Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer, contradicts himself for […]
Coheed and Cambria tickets for the Tabernacle show next March go on sale Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. Special guests Glassjaw and Silver Snakes will open the show March 14 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $36.50. All tickets are for general admission and ages are welcome. Buy tickets online at TabernacleATL.com, Ticketmaster.com, charge by phone […]
Georgia Music Partners — the authority that grows and improves the music economy in Georgia — on Oct. 28 launches an eight-week “Fundraising Tour” campaign to further music advocacy in Georgia.The free, public event starts at 7 p.m. at Atlanta’s Criminal Records in Little 5 Points. “Music is part of the fabric of everyone’s life […]
Having summered on the Mayhem Festival Main Stage, The Devil Wears Prada is set to bring its signature metalcore to Masquerade in Atlanta on Thursday, Nov. 5. The “Apollo X Tour” puts The Devil Wears Prada co-headlining with Motionless In White, and Upon a Burning Body, The Word Alive, and The Color Morale supporting, so […]
Tweet @atlantamusic and @eaglewolfsnake this week with a photo of an eagle, a wolf or a snake and #Zang and you’ll get a link to download the new album free! This promotion takes place all week, starting Oct. 30 so find your funniest photos and start Tweeting! For more info on the band and […]
Timmy’s Organism will be playing The Devil’s Night Party on Oct. 31 at The Earl, one day after the new album, “Heartless Heathen,” is released. Check out the Timmy’s Organism track for “Weather Woman” here. Buy tickets for the Thirdman Halloween Party at The Earl, with Wolf Eyes, Timmy’s Organism and VIDEO.
Beach Slang’s new album The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us is now streaming on NPR, who describe the record as “exhilarating pop-punk anthems targeted to the kids pumping their fists in the front.” The band will play Masquerade Oct. 27 and release its album Oct. 30. The Masquerade is located at 695 North Avenue […]
The Masquerade is recommending visitors take a taxi, get dropped off or use Uber this weekend rather than trying to find parking in the area. Soulfly, Streetlight Manifesto and Chambers of Horror Haunted House attendees are warned that North Avenue between Boulevard and Freedom Parkway will be closed to through traffic on Saturday for the […]
Soul singer, songwriter and guitarist David Ryan Harris may be best recognized for playing guitar and singing in John Mayer’s band from 2004 to 2012. He’s returning to Atlanta Oct. 25 for a “bare bones” show at Eddie’s Attic in support of his newest album. His fourth full-length album, Lightyears, is a soulful 11-track look into […]
Tune in to ABC’s “Good Morning America” tomorrow from 7 to 9 a.m. to watch Chris Cornell perform “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart” in support of his newest release, Higher Truth. Cornell will play Atlanta Symphony Hall Oct. 26. Find tickets and additional tour dates at chriscornell.com.
The Sheepdogs, a band that has followed in the footsteps of Canadian rock legends including Neil Young, The Band and The Guess Who with a bold take on classic guitar rock and polished retro sound, play the Vinyl in Atlanta Oct. 28. The band came into the national spotlight in 2011 as the first unsigned […]
Tom Roche’s documentary “Alley Pat: The Music is Recorded” will have its final broadcast premiere Tuesday Oct. 20 on PBA30 at 11:30 p.m. “It was done for zero dollars (other than 6 years of my time) to give back to Atlanta music history,” Roche said. This documentary, which won 1st place at the Atlanta Film […]