Category: Live Reviews

Live Review | Little Daylight at Vinyl, 3/21

Live Review | Little Daylight at Vinyl, 3/21

[ 0 ] March 23, 2014 |

Last Friday night, 3/21, I got a chance to stop by Vinyl to catch one of my new favorite breakout bands live for the first time, Little Daylight. I had interviewed one of the band members, Eric, a few weeks back and was so intrigued by the group that I knew I had to see […]

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Live Review | Dum Dum Girls at The EARL, 3/20

Live Review | Dum Dum Girls at The EARL, 3/20

[ 0 ] March 21, 2014 |

By Hillery Terenzi My first encounter of the Dum Dum Girls was back in 2011. I heard a few songs on XMU and I was curious enough to want to go and photograph this band, plus I have a soft spot for awesome girl bands. Fast forward three years later and two shows later, the […]

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Shovels & Rope @ Variety Playhouse, March 1st

Shovels & Rope @ Variety Playhouse, March 1st

[ 0 ] March 3, 2014 |

By: Rosie Judd The last couple of years have seen Shovels & Rope explode from one of indie rock’s best kept secrets to one of the break-out acts of last year’s Shaky Knees Festival. The band is used to playing headlining shows in Atlanta, but generally to much smaller audiences at The Earl and The […]

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Live Review: Odesza @ Terminal West, February 21

Live Review: Odesza @ Terminal West, February 21

[ 0 ] February 24, 2014 |

On February 21st, Odesza hit the stage at their sold out show Terminal West @ King Plow. Opener Real Magic primed the first few attendees for a spirited production and the masses filled in slowly but surely. After publicly scolding whoever touched their laptop in between performances, Odesza dove headfirst into their seamless, beat-based setlist. The […]

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White Lies @ Center Stage, February 18

White Lies @ Center Stage, February 18

[ 0 ] February 21, 2014 |

By: Rosie Judd White Lies brought their gorgeously ominous music to Center Stage Tuesday night to a truly enthusiastic audience. While the set was mostly made up of tracks from their latest record, Big TV, there were enough of their older songs sprinkled into a dark and danceable evening of live music. Opener Frankie Rose […]

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Live Review: The Expendables @ The Loft, 2/18

Live Review: The Expendables @ The Loft, 2/18

[ 0 ] February 19, 2014 |

By: Halina Wilusz I typically don’t dabble in the reggae scene much minus a brief stint on spring break following The Movement when I was 19, but the hype around this band had me intrigued. Originally from Santa Cruz, The Expendables, who have shared the stage with the likes of Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, No FX, […]

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Live Review: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. @ Terminal West, February 18

Live Review: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. @ Terminal West, February 18

[ 0 ] February 19, 2014 |

  On February 18th at Terminal West @ King Plow, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. brought down the flippin’ house. With a magical ball of light and animation as their guide, the Detroit boys came in delicate and refreshing with “Hiding” from their 2013 album The Speed of Things. The first part of the show went by […]

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Flogging Molly @ The Tabernacle, February 15

Flogging Molly @ The Tabernacle, February 15

[ 0 ] February 17, 2014 |

Review and Photos By: Hillery Terenzi After dealing with Snowpocalypse 2.0 aka “Atlantartica”, it was nice to see die hard Flogging Molly fans come out for the final go round of the Green 17 tour on Saturday night at the Tabernacle. Florida-based punk band, The Attack was first on stage, followed by The Drowning Men, […]

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Picture Book: Panic! At The Disco @ The Tabernacle 2/7

Picture Book: Panic! At The Disco @ The Tabernacle 2/7

[ 0 ] February 10, 2014 |

Photos by Jenna Hughes Panic! At The Disco returned to Atlanta February 7th for a sold out show at The Tabernacle. But after the band had only played two songs, something very unexpected happened. Lead singer Brendon Urie told the crowd that he’d just been informed that the floor of the venue had cracked and […]

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Celebrating 40 Years of Georgia’s Music with Chuck Leavell & Friends!

Celebrating 40 Years of Georgia’s Music with Chuck Leavell & Friends!

[ 0 ] January 21, 2014 |

By: Ryan Swerdlin It was an incredible night of celebrating 40 years of Georgia’s music this past Saturday at The Woodruff Arts Center with Chuck Leavell & Friends along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The lobby of the Alliance Theater was buzzing with folks excited for what the night may bring. With the likes of […]

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A.F.I. – SOLD OUT @ Center Stage, January 18th

A.F.I. – SOLD OUT @ Center Stage, January 18th

[ 0 ] January 21, 2014 |

Photos and review by Jenna Hughes Goth-punk band A.F.I. returned to Atlanta January 18th to play a sold out show at Center Stage. The band, which has been relatively quiet since the 2009 release of Crash Love, has now come back strong with its ninth studio album, 2013’s Burials. A.F.I. (short for A Fire Inside) […]

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Sea Wolf- SOLD OUT @ Eddie’s Attic, January 17

Sea Wolf- SOLD OUT @ Eddie’s Attic, January 17

[ 0 ] January 20, 2014 |

By: Molly Free After surviving the first (and most depressing) week back from the holidays, and an Atlanta freeze, it was nice to get out to Eddie’s Attic for some live music. I’d like to think that most of my evenings spent at Eddie’s are always great because of the storytelling. However, I must say […]

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All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman

All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman

[ 0 ] January 16, 2014 |

Photos & Review By: Deidra Pinion It was a cold and rainy Friday evening in Atlanta, but that didn’t stop the stars from coming out to the “All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman” show at the Fox Theatre. Gregg Allman supporters came out in full force to show their love […]

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Live Review: Iris DeMent @ Eddie’s Attic, January 12

Live Review: Iris DeMent @ Eddie’s Attic, January 12

[ 0 ] January 13, 2014 |

Review by Scott Roberts In a plain gray dress and black-rimmed glasses, singer-songwriter Iris DeMent looked more like a stereotypical librarian than the musical treasure that she actually is when she took the stage at Eddie’s Attic last night. But she came out swinging as she, armed with an acoustic guitar, and her skilled backing […]

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Live Review: Jamie Lynn Spears @ Eddie’s Attic 12/5

Live Review: Jamie Lynn Spears @ Eddie’s Attic 12/5

[ 0 ] December 7, 2013 |

By: Emily Jackson  Last night, Eddie’s Attic in Decatur was packed with high school girls, Southern boys, done-up women and serious musicians. One particular group by the bar in back grew increasingly noisy as the night progressed. That proud, rowdy bunch consisted of none other than Jamie Lynn Spears’ family, friends and soon-to-be husband. Britney […]

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