Chairlift, A Place To Bury Strangers and Juliette Lewis Coming To Drunken Unicorn

We just some great announcements for Drunken Unicorn's fall shows. First up is the utterly delightful Chairlift, who will be coming to Atlanta with Micachu & the Shapes on September 9. Many of us know the band from their sweet-as-pie song "Bruises," which was used in the colorful iPod Nano commercial a little while back, […]

AsianCajuns and Whynatte Host Clermont Lounge Redesign Competition and Party July 30

In an attempt to save the Atlanta institution known as The Clermont Lounge, local fashion lasses AsianCajuns will be joining yummy coffee drink folks Whynatte to host a party to announce the winners for a competition aimed at redesigning part of the hotel, whether it be the lobby, rooms or even the roof! Winners will […]

CD Review: Kava Kava — Forwards

Kava KavaForwardsMidnight Swimming By Al Kaufman Michael Hutchence has been gone for almost 12 years now, but his ability to intertwine pop with club has never been duplicated. While Hutchence leaned more toward his pop tendencies, Kava Kava, a six-piece Britpop band making its US debut, tend to start in the club/electronica camp and sprinkle […]

Music Man–The Splinter Groups

I spent the week at home in Atlanta re-building a fence in my front yard that was recently crushed by a 150 year-old oak tree. Thankfully, as far as my property is concerned it was just the fence that was ruined. My neighbor, as well as my neighbor’s neighbor on the other hand, had major […]

Just Announced! Travis’ Fran Healy & Andy Dunlop Coming to The Loft, October 17!

We're finally able to announce the exciting show coming up at The Loft that we've been teasing you all about for days. The (quite frankly) adorable Fran Healy and Andy Dunlop (singer and guitarist, respectively) of the lovely Scottish band Travis will be giving a special performance on October 17. That's Andy on the left […]

CD/DVD Review: Arctic Monkeys — Arctic Monkeys at the Apollo DVD & Live in Texas Bonus CD

Arctic Monkeys Arctic Monkeys at the Apollo DVD & Live in Texas bonus CD Warp Films / Domino Records / Bang Bang Films EMI Music Publishing By Samantha Parvin If you are looking for fresh, jump-around Britpop for your ears, you have come to the right place.  Arctic Monkeys’ double live disc is truly for […]

CD Review: Black Moth Super Rainbow — Eating Us; Playing Drunken Unicorn July 29

Black Moth Super Rainbow Eating Us Graveface By Noel Wurst Black Moth Super Rainbow is an interesting bunch.  At one’s first listen to their latest offering, Eating Us, it comes across as a fairly “chill” and simple “background worthy” album that tends to get listened to while cooking, or doing yardwork with a boombox playing […]

Team Luis Presents The Soulphonics and Ruby Velle, with T Bird and the Breaks @ Star Bar, July 24

We've already had some pretty awesome things to say about T Bird and the Breaks, and everyone agrees that The Soulphonics and Ruby Velle pretty much blow everything out of the water. So you should really check them both out this Friday at Star Bar as part of the Super Soul Night, presented by your […]

CD Review: Akron/Family — Set ’em Wild, Set ’em Free; @ The EARL August 13

Akron/Family Set ‘em Wild, Set ‘em Free Dead Oceans By Samantha Parvin A friend recently made the claim that Akron/Family is the new Beatles. Coming from a devout Beatles lover, this is quite a bold statement. But in fact, there are several characteristics that this indie band share with the Founders of Pop. Akron/Family pulls […]

An Intimate Evening with Ian McLagen of Faces and Small Faces @ Smith’s Olde Bar, November 9

If you are a fan of classic British rock, then you will be familiar with the work of Ian McLagen, the excellent keyboard (among other instruments) player whose distinct sound graced the songs of both the Faces and Small Faces. Now living in Texas music city Austin, McLagen is still a much sought-after session player […]

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