Party in the Park 2014 Lineup Announced!

Party In The Park Is Back! GIRL TALK, MGMT, THE JOY FORMIDABLE and STOKESWOOD are coming to rock CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC PARK on May 17! Presale tickets are available THIS WEEKEND ONLY (February 21-23) using the promo code AMG. *Presale price is available from 2/21 at Noon until 2/23 at 11:59pm.       Tickets go […]

Live Review: The Expendables @ The Loft, 2/18

Live Review: The Expendables @ The Loft, 2/18

By: Halina Wilusz I typically don’t dabble in the reggae scene much minus a brief stint on spring break following The Movement when I was 19, but the hype around this band had me intrigued. Originally from Santa Cruz, The Expendables, who have shared the stage with the likes of Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, No FX, […]

What’s Up Tuesday? February 18

The Expendables @ The Loft Check out our in-depth interview with The Expendables! Doors open at 6pm. $20 on the day of the show. Online, phone, and outlet sales end at 4pm on the day of the show.       Gardens & Villa with Special Guests @ The EARL Gardens & Villa is the […]

Interview with Caroline Smith; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic, 2/25

Merging ’90s R&B and neo-soul with her indie-rock roots, Caroline Smith‘s new music has settled comfortably into a new backdrop as she takes a step from girl to woman. Half About Being a Woman is a record about self-acceptance and growing into yourself; it’s about going back to the roots of ‘feel-good’ music. While some […]

Flogging Molly @ The Tabernacle, February 15

Review and Photos By: Hillery Terenzi After dealing with Snowpocalypse 2.0 aka “Atlantartica”, it was nice to see die hard Flogging Molly fans come out for the final go round of the Green 17 tour on Saturday night at the Tabernacle. Florida-based punk band, The Attack was first on stage, followed by The Drowning Men, […]

AMG Weekend Picks: Andrew Ripp, Russian Circles & Ray Wylie Hubbard!

Whether you’re for or against Valentine’s Day, there are some awesome shows taking place tonight and this weekend that we’re sure you’ll fall for! Check out our Weekend Picks! Friday, February 14: ATL Collective Presents Prince’s 1999 @ Vinyl Man alive, you want mood music? How about “Little Red Corvette,” “Delirious,” “Let’s Pretend We’re Married,” […]

What’s Up Tuesday, February 11

It may only be raining in Atlanta currently, but after Snow Jam 2014, I think it’s safe to say that Georgia is on lock-down. For all you city dwellers who are eager to venture out tonight, we do have some awesome shows taking place! We’ll keep you posted on any changes, but as of right […]

Bombay Bicycle Club “So Long, See You Tomorrow”, Out Now!

By: Rosie Judd The fourth album from Bombay Bicycle Club, “So Long, See You Tomorrow” offers a new view of this UK indie-pop group. Known for reinventing themselves on every album, their latest work offers a cohesive electro-pop experience steeped in loops, beats, lush instrumentation and soaring vocal arrangements. The 4 years since their last […]

Nick Monaco @ The Sound Table TONIGHT!

What’s happening ATL? Come hang out at The Sound Table TONIGHT with Nick Monaco from Dirtybird Records, Soul Clap Records, and Wolf + Lamb! Nicavitch and IRL resident Elio Stereo will be open up the night for Nick Monaco. Don’t miss this! You still have 3 hours to score your $5 tickets! Check out the […]

Interview with Paul Thorn; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic, February 2

Paul Thorn has been pleasing crowds for years with his muscular brand of roots music – bluesy, rocking and thoroughly Southern, yet also speaking universal truths. The Tupelo, Mississippi native worked in a furniture factory, jumped out of airplanes, and was a professional boxer before sharing his experiences with the world as a singer-songwriter. Pimps […]

Celebrating 40 Years of Georgia’s Music with Chuck Leavell & Friends!

Celebrating 40 Years of Georgia’s Music with Chuck Leavell & Friends!

By: Ryan Swerdlin It was an incredible night of celebrating 40 years of Georgia’s music this past Saturday at The Woodruff Arts Center with Chuck Leavell & Friends along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The lobby of the Alliance Theater was buzzing with folks excited for what the night may bring. With the likes of […]

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