Paul Janeway, of St. Paul and the Broken Bones, is a young man who began wailing straight out of the womb, and most folks would agree that he hasn’t stopped since. He began singing in church, stretching those vocal cords with an eye toward becoming a man of the cloth. As it turns out, however, […]
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By Jhoni Jackson Matt Adams’ musical yield is exceptional, like a less eccentric, younger R. Stevie Moore, who he actually shared bills with in Europe a few years ago. Still, the output is freakish. Since first releasing tunes as The Blank Tapes in 2005, he’s amassed hundreds of recordings. (Many collections are available via Bandcamp.) […]
What started as an open mic project for a shy, young Shannon Shaw (vocals, bass), to try out some tunes ended with the Clams’ meeting and forming a band, Shannon and the Clams, comprised of Shaw, Cody Blanchard (vocals, guitar) and Ian Amberson (drums, vocals). Haunting yet beautiful growls emanate from the band’s two lead […]
By Ellen Eldridge Nathan Sadler, the musical voice behind Misery Loves Chachi, spent more than three years experimenting and commiserating among his keyboards to compose 25 songs, of which four tracks representing the lighter and more hopeful side of displacement and unemployment emerged. These four songs are being released today (June 11) as the debut […]
Photos by Ken Lackner. Noot D’ Noot Sailing to Denver
By Jhoni Jackson As far as bands on Instagram go, Jacuzzi Boys (@jacuzziboys) are among the best. Well, maybe enviable is more accurate. Their feed is full of goofiness, rockin’ and rollin’ and, you know, the occasional hang sesh with Iggy Pop. Onstage, however, they’re not so silly. The trio rips through their psych-laced garage […]
By Jhoni Jackson O’Brother has been on a heck-of-a-ride these past few years. The notches in the Atlanta band’s touring belt are enviable: The Features, Thrice, Moving Mountains, Junius and, most recently, Alice in Chains. (Let’s not forget their frequent pairing with their pals in Manchester Orchestra, either.) The ethereal, epic-leaning rock act’s stint with AIC […]
Photos by Chandler Mays
Photos and Review by Chandler Mays East Atlanta witnessed history last Thursday with an impressive line-up of hip-hop wizards and DJ virtuosos. Even though ominous storms raged throughout the metro Atlanta area, that did not stop hundreds of fans from packing into The Basement, a cozy subterranean venue located below The Graveyard Tavern, for a […]
Photos by Ken Lackner.
Photos by Ken Lackner.