You already know that Atlanta is home to a slew of hard-working bands who make our town one of the best places to catch a live show. Some of them have made the trek out to the South by Southwest music festival in Austin this year, and here are just a few that we’re happy [...]
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Brrrrrr! Wrap up warm folks, this chilly weather isn’t messing around. It’ll get a bit milder over the weekend, but regardless, the wintery temperatures shouldn’t deter you from getting to some great gigs. Local music is especially being represented well this weekend, with record releases and more abound! And if you fancy the field-trip, get [...]
By Ellen Eldridge On Friday January 20 Carnivores will play The EARL’s 7-inch release series where fans can come to hear Carnivores, The Coathangers, and Frank Boyles of Balkans for $5, and take home a limited color vinyl 7-inch. Caitlin Lang (keyboards) and Ross Politi (drums) of Carnivores said, “This is our first time releasing [...]
By Ellen Eldridge Full gallery after the jump.
The heat is officially here people! You’ll either want to be basking in the full sun and getting used to the balmy atmosphere as soon as possible, or you’ll be avoiding the warmth in a cool air-conditioned club. Either way, we have some great suggestions for your weekend. And there’s even a few on sales [...]
Atlanta’s favorite rowdy chicks keep getting louder, especially with the release of their new gritty, screechy, heavily-eyelinered video for “Hurricane,” above. The Coathangers play The EARL on May 13 (tickets below), an instore at Criminal Records on June 8 and a gig at Highland Ballroom on June 18 before hitting the road for a [...]
- The Coathangers celebrate their “Live at The EARL” 7-inch, where else, at the EARL on November 26, with support from All Night Drug Prowling Wolves and Wolves and Jackals. – The Selmanaires are one member less, at least for a while, as bassist Tommy Chung is moving to New York. He played his last [...]
We’ve got quite a lineup this weekend. Hometown heroes returning to Atlanta, up-and-coming acts, a legendary beer festival, and the Dalai Lama. That’s quite a lot to live up to, Georgia.
It’s that marvelous time again, Friday! There’s a ton of great things to look forward to, with some brilliant shows by indie heroes, young rock ‘n’ rollers, local faves and rock legends. Not to mention a few very special World Cup games (USA on Saturday, and England on Sunday!).
Friday, June 4 – Yelawolf and Hollyweerd at Smith’s Olde Bar Yelawolf has got to be in a good mood these days. Last week the Alabama-based rapper opened for Big Boi at a secret free show at the Yaarab Shriner Temple. Pretty sure it doesn’t get any cooler than that. Tonight Yelawolf will be sharing the stage with [...]
Nashville psych-garage duo JEFF the Brotherhood return to the fine city of Atlanta Saturday, July 31 at 529. Brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall have been recording, creating and performing for most of their lives. Now with their new band, the semi-veteran bros in their early 20s are finding out people really dig their music. A great lineup including The [...]