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Don’t Refer to Them as the “Come Back Kids!” Avant-Pop Trio OMNI Takes Lo-Fi to An Aesthetically Beautiful Place, With Debut LP Deluxe: My One-On-One With Co-Founder/Lead Singer Philip Frobos

Don’t Refer to Them as the “Come Back Kids!” Avant-Pop Trio OMNI Takes Lo-Fi to An Aesthetically Beautiful Place, With Debut LP Deluxe: My One-On-One With Co-Founder/Lead Singer Philip Frobos

[ 0 ] November 22, 2016 |

    Home to nearly 5.6 million residents, Atlanta is somewhat of a seething metropolis still searching for its’ unique identity, akin to an adolescent claiming that, “who they are today, is what they will be tomorrow.” With so many people relocating to Atlanta, the city has an unearthly way of feeling like this “adolescent metropolis” will one day soon spontaneously combust from within. From deep within this mantle lies a “cultural pressure cooker” that has often times produced rare gems. These rarities have been presented to me, in the form of great local musicians and the foreigners that have now claimed Atlanta as their musical hub. One such band, that I was graciously granted the opportunity to chat with is Atlanta’s own, Avant-Pop trio OMNI.  OMNI is the offspring of best buds Philip Frobos (lead singer/bass), Frankie Broyles (guitar) and […]

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Q & A with Hail the Titans; Playing Hijacking Music Festival at 529, Saturday, Dec 8

Q & A with Hail the Titans; Playing Hijacking Music Festival at 529, Saturday, Dec 8

[ 0 ] December 7, 2012 |

Hail the Titans won’t be your usual band lineup this weekend at Hijacking Music Festival at 529.  These guys have taken the road less traveled and opted to go without a lead singer.  The all instrumental band talked with us at AMG before their show this Saturday.  How did you come up with your band […]

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Q & A with Tricil; Playing Hijacking Music Festival at 529, Saturday, Dec 8

Q & A with Tricil; Playing Hijacking Music Festival at 529, Saturday, Dec 8

[ 1 ] December 6, 2012 |

John Jacobus, an Atlanta native, has been releasing music for over a decade.  Returning to his hometown, and playing under the name Tricil, he is part of the lineup for Hijacking Music Festival this weekend at 529.  Tricil took some time to talk with us about his one man band.  Check it out! How did […]

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