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Throwback Thursday: Back to Black with The Black Lillies

Throwback Thursday: Back to Black with The Black Lillies

[ 0 ] May 21, 2015 |

A band on the precipice of greatness, The Black Lillies know what it takes to survive the turbulent waters of the music industry. It’s only through trust and a sense of familial camaraderie that the band is able to bid adieu to long time members Tom Pryor and Robert “Bobby Dix” Richards. After playing nearly […]

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Throwback Thursday: Same Kopecky. Hold the Family

Throwback Thursday: Same Kopecky. Hold the Family

[ 0 ] May 14, 2015 |

The second album from Nashville-based six-piece Kopecky, Drug for the Modern Age, takes the many shake-ups the band’s endured over the past few years and turns them into inspiration for groove-driven, melody-heavy alt-pop that’s intensely emotional and strangely exhilarating. Formerly known as the Kopecky Family Band, the group looks at such life-altering events as the […]

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Throwback Thursday: Going Toe to Toe with The Shadowboxers

Throwback Thursday: Going Toe to Toe with The Shadowboxers

[ 0 ] May 7, 2015 |

Two years ago, we caught up with The Shadowboxers, a budding band of buddies from Atlanta. Their smart perspective and soulful lyrics catapulted them to the forefront of the Atlanta music scene. After touring with the Indigo Girls as both an opening act and backing band, it’s safe to say they earned their place among […]

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Then & Now: Festival Fashion Through The Ages

Then & Now: Festival Fashion Through The Ages

[ 0 ] May 1, 2015 |

Music festivals and fashion are like bees and honey, yet oh how times have changed. We’re turning back the clock to see how the music we listen to influences our style, with everything from the 1970’s hippie stage to the 1990’s grunge era. We’re also giving you a glimpse at ATL’s best fashion spots for […]

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ICYMI: Best New Music Releases This Week 4/27-5/1

ICYMI: Best New Music Releases This Week 4/27-5/1

[ 0 ] May 1, 2015 |

Alabama Shakes – “Sound & Color” (Official Video) We’ve been obsessed with Alabama Shakes’ new album of this song’s same name, Sound & Color, and we’re equally as obsessed with their new video. Featuring an astronaut alone in space, it captures the essence of the song beautifully. Future Islands – premiere “The Chase” on David Letterman […]

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Throwback Thursday: Interview w/ Bill from The Bitteroots, Playing @ Eddie’s Attic 5/16/15

Throwback Thursday: Interview w/ Bill from The Bitteroots, Playing @ Eddie’s Attic 5/16/15

[ 0 ] April 30, 2015 |

From pop melodies to extended jams, The Bitteroots’ sets run the gamut with something for everybody. The Atlanta band is nearing their 7th year anniversary performance at Eddie’s Attic on May 16. The band has made tremendous progress over the past few years, recently hitting #1 on the ReverbNation Rock Charts for Atlanta. Their current lineup is […]

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ICYMI: Best New Music & Video Releases This Week

ICYMI: Best New Music & Video Releases This Week

[ 0 ] April 24, 2015 |

Dawes – “Things Happen” Dawes premiered the lead single from their upcoming album, All Your Favorite Bands, on David Letterman last night. “Things Happen” is a wonderfully matter-of-fact song with the same great rock and roll sound we’ve come to expect from Dawes. Sia – “Fire Meet Gasoline” feat. Heidi Klum While we’re a huge fan of […]

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Throwback Thursday – Photobook: Death Cab for Cutie @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre 8/11/11

Throwback Thursday – Photobook: Death Cab for Cutie @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre 8/11/11

[ 0 ] April 23, 2015 |

For 17 years, we’ve followed the coming-of-age story of alternative rock band Death Cab for Cutie. Now with the release of their eighth studio album, we are introduced to a slightly more nuanced and mature sound that tells of love lost, the realities of adulthood, and a band trying to hold itself together after co-founder and […]

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Interview: Mason Jennings, Playing @ Eddie’s Attic 5/14-5/15

Interview: Mason Jennings, Playing @ Eddie’s Attic 5/14-5/15

[ 0 ] April 22, 2015 |

Mason Jennings is one of the more talented and veteran musicians that has managed to (mostly) fly under the mainstream radar ever since he began putting out music. He is a truly gifted songwriter with a broad musical sensibility to match. He’ll be doing a two night run at Eddie’s Attic this coming May, which […]

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ATL: A Brief History On How We Became The Hub of Hip-Hop & Rap

ATL: A Brief History On How We Became The Hub of Hip-Hop & Rap

[ 1 ] April 21, 2015 |

When you think about it, Atlanta has become pretty musically diverse. We know how to throw on those cowboy boots for some good ole’ country, yet kick it with our favorite indie-rock bands downtown. But one genre seems to have claimed it’s name above all in Atlanta…and that’s rap. So how is it that Atlanta has become […]

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10 Items That Will Save Your Life At A Music Festival

10 Items That Will Save Your Life At A Music Festival

[ 0 ] April 20, 2015 |

No doubt, music festivals are some of the best and most memorable times you’ll have in your life. A non-stop dance party, live music, your best friends; what could go wrong? Well… if you’re not prepared, a lot of things. Most times people don’t think about an issue until it actually happens. So to ensure you […]

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ATL Traffic Playlist: Five Songs to Keep You Sane in Five O’clock Traffic

ATL Traffic Playlist: Five Songs to Keep You Sane in Five O’clock Traffic

[ 0 ] April 17, 2015 |

The clock hits 4:50 and you are filled with joy because you know the 5 o’clock hour is upon you and that can only mean one thing: The workday is over! You clean your coffee mug, sign out of your email, and try your darndest to look busy for the next five minutes. And then […]

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Throwback Thursday: Guitar Legend Dick Dale @ The Earl 4/23

Throwback Thursday: Guitar Legend Dick Dale @ The Earl 4/23

[ 0 ] April 16, 2015 |

Dick Dale is an American surf rock guitarist, known as The King of Surf Guitar. Pioneering on Eastern musical scales and experimenting with Reverbnation, he worked closely with Fender to produce custom made amplifiers including the first-ever 100-watt guitar amplifier. He pushed the limits of electric amplification technology, helping to develop new equipment that was capable of producing distorted, “thick, clearly defined […]

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AMG Picks: Top 10 Karaoke Bars in Atlanta

AMG Picks: Top 10 Karaoke Bars in Atlanta

[ 0 ] April 10, 2015 |

We’ve all been there. 2 a.m. surrounded by our closest friends, too many empty shot glasses, and one empty stage calling your name, haunting you, reminding you of all your rock star ambitions. We’re talking about karaoke! This is our love song (pun intended) to the ancient art form practiced by kings and perfected by the inebriated […]

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Throwback Thursday: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion @ The Earl 4/16

Throwback Thursday: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion @ The Earl 4/16

[ 0 ] April 9, 2015 |

On stage and in the studio, Jon Spencer has destroyed and rebuilt American roots music with such ferocity and wild abandon, that it’s hard to believe there is anything left. It’s been twenty years since Jon Spencer Blues Explosion first pressed ‘record’, and twenty years since Spencer and his A-Team of sonic terrorists tore up the indie-rock […]

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