By: Shelby Lum The guys from The Maine have been busy since their 2008 release “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop,” including releasing their latest album a few weeks ago on June 4th. Singer, John O’Callaghan, took some time to chat with Atlanta Music Guide about The Maine’s newest album, and their upcoming show in Atlanta at The […]
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Like The Weeknd before them, Californian quintet The Neighbourhood debuted their music shrouded in mystery. They chose not to disclose their identities, instead hiding behind an intriguing visual theme. Everything’s black and white – their albums, their press photos…they even claim to play “black and white” music. Formed by Jesse Rutherford in the fall […]
This morning, J. Cole sent out a tweet announcing his $1 show at Center Stage tonight! The show is part of his Dollar and a Dream Tour. Tickets are only available at 8PM when the doors open and are First Come, First Served. Please note, this show is 18+ only.
Often compared to bands like LCD Soundsystem and The Strokes, Hockey originally captured the hearts (and ears) of fans everywhere with their debut home-made EP, Mind Chaos, in 2009. After making their way through the festival circuit, having songs featured on multiple commercials and television shows, being named as one of Beyond Race magazine’s “50 […]
Photos by Deidra Pinion As a fan of David Draiman, I have been following his music since the beginning. In 2012, David announced a new project, Device. Device performed Friday night at The Loft, and did not disappoint. They opened the show with “Penance”, from their self-titled album, “Device”. They also played “Vilify”, which has […]
Boy, oh, BOY! Tonight’s lineup is out of control! We have all types of bands and artists playing throughout Atlanta! It seems like everyone from country starlets to rap artists and pop stars to alternative rockers are playing in the city this evening! Take a look at the lineup! The English Beat @ The Loft […]
By: Shelby Lum The Beat. Here in the states known as The English Beat. The band has been wandering the planet for over three decades, in front of crowds ranging from huge festivals to intimate bars. Thirty years is nearly unheard of in the music industry and with that time change, came changes in the bands […]
By: Shelby Lum Many musicians break into a record deal through networking, knowing the right people, or knocking on a lot of doors. Kate Earl found it by nearly getting hit by a car–which she luckily dodged. “I almost got hit by a car,” Kate said. “The driver of that car was my neighbor.” So […]
Photos and review by Jenna Hughes Emilie Autumn brought her burlesque theatrics to The Loft on January 19th in support of her latest album, 2012’s F.L.A.G. or Fight Like A Girl. Devoted fans—lovingly dubbed ‘plague rats’ by Autumn—eagerly anticipated the appearance of their idol as the stage went dark and smoky and old time music […]
Photos and Review by Chandler Mays The passionate sounds of Tennessee’s finest rained down upon The Loft last Friday night. I found myself in the beating heart of a packed house, lubricated and primed to boogie down to a buffet of bluesy southern rock badassery. The Delta Saints of Nashville heated the crowd up with […]
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Happy November, ladies and gents! I’m finding it harder and harder to get out of bed each morning, which means the cold is approaching faster and faster. Some say that this is the month of staying bundled indoors and and some say it’s “No Shave November”, whatever it is, don’t sit at home! There are […]
So, be honest, who played the Drinking Game during the presidential debates? I did not, but I watched and I think we are going to have a lot of hungover people this morning! It’s Thursday, the new Friday, so go out and do something fun. -Allen Stone has shot up the R&B/Soul charts on iTunes, […]
Allen Stone has shot up the R&B/Soul charts on iTunes, peaking at the number 2 spot, and hit #9 and #62 on the Billboard Heatseekers and R&B/Hip Hop Album charts, respectively, and has garnered national praise – USA Today called him a “pitch-perfect powerhouse”. He has sold-out tour dates in numerous markets under his belt […]
Photos and Review by Chandler Mays The Quaildogs turned up the heat for their EP release party last Friday at The Loft. Starting off with a bang, the night began with a lively boot-stomping set by Sol Junky, who delivered country rock jams with inspiring harmonies and guitar solos reminiscent of The Allman Brothers, although […]