AMG Weekend Picks: The Temper Trap, John Prine, The Lumineers, Rufus Wainwright, The Black Lillies & More!

Gosh, it sure is beginning to look more and more like fall in the ATL! What else can make this amazing time of year better than music?? October is easily one of the most popular months for concerts and festivals, so we understand your dilemma when it comes to picking and choosing how to spend […]

AMG Weekend Picks: Los Straitjackets, The Shadowboxers, Dispatch, & Atlanta Rhythm Section

It’s already the second weekend of October! It seems like my favorite month of the year is flying right by! While these next few weeks may be filled with sweaters, pumpkin spice lattes,and curling up with some Netflix, the weekends are dedicated to fun! Whether you’re cheering on your favorite football team, attending a festival, […]

Picture Book & Live Review: The Shins @ Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, October 8th!

Pictures courtesy of Hillery Terenzi, Review by Codi Glancy. There are concerts that are good, concerts that are great, and concerts that change your outlook towards all other concerts in the best way.  The Shins were one of those life changing concerts, at least for me. The Shins are legends in the “indie” music world. […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Grace Potter and the Nocturnals @ the Tabernacle, October 6th

  Pictures and Review by Taylor Wallace! You could tell instantly upon entrance to the Tabernacle off Luckie St. that this would be no ordinary Grace Potter show. Every seat in both balconies was occupied and the floor was packed full of fans of all ages.  Grace tends to bring together a very joyful and […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Metric @ the Tabernacle October 1st, 2012.

It’s my newly “professional” opinion that two nights in a row at the Tabernacle is not a bad thing. With Animal Collective on Sunday and then Metric on Monday, the venue was able to feed my hunger for two completely separate genres of great music. Openers, Half Moon Run entered the Tabernacle for their performance […]

Picture Book & Live Review: CounterPoint Music Festival Day 3, Saturday September 29th.

Saturday marked the third and final day of the first ever Counter.Point. It’s my personal opinion that they saved the best for last. Some of my local favorites Cousin Dan and Reptar played early in the day, then Skrillex and Pretty Lights closed the party out with remarkable acts in-between. Cousin Dan never disappoints and […]

Picture Book & Live Review: CounterPoint Music Festival Day 2, Friday September 28th

  Day two of Counter.Point started a bit rough. With the weather being somewhat hurricane-esq, a few sets were cancelled due to the entire festival needing to be evacuated.  Regardless of the chaotic clouds that were looming over the farm grounds, the amazingly fresh new festival began again around 4:30 with a super fun set […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Animal Collective @ the Tabernacle; September 30, 2012

Up until the release of “Merriweather Post Pavilion,” Animal Collective would seriously weird me out.  Because of their insanely popular “My Girls,” I decided to give them another chance. Suddenly everything changed, maybe I became a little bit more open to their insanely experimental and psychedelic sound, or something else I can’t quite explain, but […]

Picture Book & Live Review: CounterPoint Music Festival Day 1, Thursday, September 27th.

  Photos & Review By Taylor Wallace: With this being the first annual CounterPoint Festival nobody knew exactly what to expect but immediately upon entrance to the festival grounds attendees knew that this was going to be a completely unique experience.  The grounds entailed 2 enormous tent stages, the “Beat Tent” and the “Back Beat […]

Picture Book and Review: Ben Folds Five @ the Tabernacle Sept. 18th, 2012

Review and Photos by Codi Glancy It’s been 13 years since the last Ben Folds Five album and 12 since they last toured. Last night was the band’s first time back in Atlanta since 1998. Based on the packed Tabernacle crowd’s excitement, it’s been long over due. Opening act, Kate Miller-Heidke took the stage around […]

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