Mixed Emotions is the debut album by Tanlines, a Brooklyn NY duo composed of Eric Emm (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Jesse Cohen (drums, keyboards, bass). Initially born as a production project based out of Emm’s Brooklyn-based Brothers Studio, Tanlines has evolved into a deeply personal, unique electronic pop group. They are playing The Basement at […]
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AMG Picks: Halloween Events- Prom of the Living Dead, Dirt Nap 2012, Sick/Sea, & Stokeswood’s Halloween Tribute to The Talking Heads with Jungol
By Gini Strobel Halloween is on a Wednesday this year, so for the working crew that means we have to celebrate this Friday and Saturday or possibly face an early morning hangover on November 1st! I have a hard enough time waking up and not overdosing on caffeine, so I choose to party this weekend! […]
So how is everyone feeling? Not too bad? Hungover? Way to celebrate your independence! Now on to your normal day. Walk around today pretending that you have a gun in a holster under your shirt, might make you feel like more of a bad ass. -Friends have also garnered praise from the likes of , […]
5GB With Death On Two Wheels; Playing With Sleeper Agent @ The Basement At Graveyard Tavern, May 17th
If you are even slightly into the Atlanta music scene, then you know that Trae Vedder from Death on Two Wheels is one of the hardest working musicians in our pretty little city. Trae and band are playing with indie darlings, Sleeper Agent tomorrow at The Basement at Graveyard Tavern, and he joined us for […]
AMG Weekend Picks: !!!, Van Halen, The Atlanta Mess-Around, Eleanor Friedberger, The Drive-By Truckers and More!
Happy Almost-Weekend AMG Readers! It might be gearing up for a miserable-looking weekend, so let’s just enjoy the sun while we can and take solace that there are plenty of warm, friendly gigs to bask in. Check out our selections below, as well as the on sales happening this weekend too (including a certain British […]
NovaKord Out There Self-Released By Ellen Eldridge Atlanta-based NovaKord started up just over a year ago, but it’s no surprise the guys have a fervent following because fans who’ve followed bassist Billy Snyder and drummer Johnny Cunningham through projects including Axis of Audio and Last, which included Wes Daniel on vocals and guitar, completely understand […]
We’ve got a hell of a rocking weekend lined up – there are so many indie darlings, bands who have been blogged beyond belief, locals that are held tightly to our bosom, and a new British mainstay to boot, that you’ll have a tough time choosing. But not a tough time rocking out.
By Michael Koenig (http://vacantmoon.viewbook.com/) Full gallery after the jump.
By Ken Lackner (www.kenlacknerphotography.com) Full gallery after the jump.
Jingle jingle y’all! We’re feeling proper seasonal here at Atlanta Music Guide, and it looks like the rest of the music scene got the memo too, because there are holiday parties galore and all the traditions that local music fans have grown to love. So wrap up warm and go forth and rock!
By Eileen Tilson / @tktalt_tn Wow this week feels like it it just flying by, and finally kids, I think we are hitting fall! I hope everyone is having a great week getting ready for an even better weekend. We have said it before, Thursday is the new black (and in this case AND orange!) […]
Photos by Michael Koenig (http://vacantmoon.viewbook.com/) Full gallery after the jump.
By David Courtright; photo by Michael Koenig I was surprised when I heard indie darling tUnE-yArDs was playing at The Basement, considering where someone of her stature would usually play in town. I was, therefore, not surprised when the show quickly sold out, and for good reason. Merrill Garbus, the New England brain-child and songwriter […]
Folks, we know it’s unbearably hot outside. So we’ve got a list of awesome shows that are (almost all) guaranteed to help you keep your cool. Or they will at least have you enjoying yourself so much that you’ll forget that you’ve just sweated out your weight in water. And, to remind you that cooler […]