Psychedelic pop supergroup Indianapolis Jones is a musical mirror. Having flown with the high-flying birds and swam with the jellyfish, they let go of their obsession with y-o-u and summoned the courage to journey from their privileged limozeens and yachts into the salty waters of analogue synthesizers, guitar echo and self-reflection. There they uncovered ancient […]
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Photos by Hillery Terenzi
Joshua James with Special Guest Matthew Perryman Jones at Eddie’s Attic Raised in hard-bitten Nebraska, Joshua James’ work reflects a distinctly American ache, a yearning for a big sky and an open road. Strangely familiar, yet refreshingly innovative, James’ songs are devastating in their honesty, working with themes that are intermittently elating, melancholic, and transcendent. He […]
Run for the Border! One Love Stache Dash Returns May 3, 2014 – Fiesta Driven 5K Celebrates Cinco de Mayo and Benefits One Love Generation It is time to rock the mustache and man the maracas. Atlanta’s most irreverent and fun-filled 5K is back on Saturday, May 3 as One Love Stache Dash returns to […]
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Laura Mvula at The Loft Laura Mvula, a native of Birmingham, England who arrived in late 2012 with a unique orchestral pop sound — a mix of classic pop, jazz, and soul with creative and accessible twists — that attracted accolades months before the release of her first album. After Mvula signed to RCA, she […]
If you’ve ever wanted a sneak peak inside Atlanta’s top recording studios, here is your chance. The Atlanta Chapter of the Recording Academy is organizing a bus tour on Sunday, May 4th which will take you to Silent Sound Studios, Southern Tracks, ZAC Recording and Crossover Entertainment. In addition, they are giving away over $10,000 […]
Amy Black is a Boston-based singer/songwriter. She has storytelling and Southern tradition in her blood. She’s been playing, touring and writing ever since a late night, kitchen table epiphany. Riding high on the release of her sophomore album, “This Is Home,” (February 2014) Black set out on a series of showcases across the Southeast. Now she […]
It’s GRAMMY week and we can’t wait to see how many of our fellow Georgian’s win next weekend. We attended the Georgia GRAMMY Nominee salute last Wednesday at Callanwolde where all of the nominees from our great state were acknowledged. Tune in at 8pm on Sunday January 26th to watch the 56th annual broadcast. Here’s […]
The Recording Academy Atlanta Chapter presents “The Legacy Lounge”: An Intimate Conversation with CeeLo Green and his inspiration, Little Richard. This event will be held at the W Atlanta Downtown on Sunday, September 29th. Doors open at 5 p.m. The event ends at 9pm. Cocktail Reception, Seated Dinner and “The Conversation” VIP Table of 10 […]
read The Recording Academy ® Atlanta Chapter Elected Leaders has announced announced the first in a series of Member Meet-ups. The first one takes place on Tuesday, October 22nd at the Atlanta Room at Smiths Olde Bar. It offers a chance to come meet and network with your fellow members and ask questions and be […]
Disclosure are coming to Terminal West on October 26th and here are 4 minutes worth of awesomeness that should convince you to go to this show. The video is part of BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge series.
The official video for the new Kings Of Leon song Supersoaker premiered this week and, as a long time fan, this video definitely takes me back to the days of their first EP Holy Roller Novacaine. The album Mechanical Bull will be released in September. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
The line up for TomorrowWorld (taking place at the same location [Bouckaert Farm] as last year’s CounterPoint Festival) has been announced. The venue is about 30 minutes from downtown Atlanta at roughly 9445 Browns Lake Road in Fairburn, GA. The 3-day event expects over 50,000 people per day, with around 30,000 campers in an area labeled Dreamville. Dreamville […]