Mill Town Music Hall: All about music

  Music venues often indulge in dive reputations, where patrons avoid touching the walls and drink the booze because the tap can’t be trusted. But Mill Town Music Hall, located at 1031 Alabama Avenue in Bremen, Ga., doesn’t offer alcohol. The venue is all about music and the experience. General Manager Steve Bennett says instead […]

Baroness release Purple Dec. 18; full album streaming now

Baroness’ highly-anticipated new album, Purple, releases Friday Dec. 18 and is currently streaming via a variety of partners as part of a fan-fueled #FindPurple promotion. Pre-order packages for Purple, which feature instant downloads of “Morningstar,” “Shock Me” and “Chlorine & Wine” as well as a limited edition colored vinyl version of the new album, two […]

Maisy Kay Receives 2015 ASCAP Foundation Desmond Child Anthem Award

Maisy Kay is the 2015 recipient of The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Desmond Child Anthem Award. Kay accepted the prestigious songwriting award during a ceremony last night at New York City’s Lincoln Center, where she also performed the new song “Don’t Ask Me to Love You.” Kay launched onto the music […]

DJ Shadow’s Liquid Amber imprint gears up for DJ Harrison cassette release

DJ Shadow has taken yet another young artist under his wing for a release with the burgeoning Liquid Amber imprint. The first taste of DJ Harrison’s Songs From The Black Water EP, out Friday Dec. 18 exclusively on a limited run of cassettes, is now available in the form of a Soundcloud sampler featuring several […]

Tool plays Atlanta Jan. 25: check out opening band, 3Teeth

  An industrial/multi-media quartet from Los Angeles, 3TEETH, will be performing in support of Tool at the Infinity Energy Arena, Monday Jan. 25. The guys, who got together in 2013, evoke the likes of early Nine Inch Nails, Godflesh and KMFDM. 3Teeth prides itself on mounting an intense a/v attack on their audience. Combining scathing […]

Ex-Black Lips & Diamond Rugs guitarist Ian Saint Pé plays The Earl Friday Dec. 11

Former Black Lips & Diamond Rugs guitarist Ian Saint Pé has been touring recently with his eponymously titled new project Saint Pé (featuring former members of Turf War, Gringo Star, Zoners and Concord America), sharing bills with friends such as Dead Confederate’s T. Hardy Morris, Natural Child & Bobby Bare, Jr. They play The Earl […]

Mumford & Sons unveil trailer for documentary, Homme Less

  Mumford & Sons are pleased to unveil a video for the film Homme Less, the directorial debut of fashion photographer, Thomas Wirthensohn, using the band’s new single Tompkins Square Park. Wirthensohn has told the story of his long-standing friend, the model/photographer Mark Reay, in his acclaimed emotional documentary, Homme Less. Described as the ‘underbelly […]

The weight of Scott Weiland’s death

I fell in love with a boy for the first time while listening to Stone Temple Pilots’ Purple.   The album was released in June 1994, less than two months after Kurt Cobain’s tragic death. I was 15 years old.   Purple consoled my high school sweetheart and me from the immense loss; the album […]

The Delta Saints play Atlanta Dec. 8

Nashville band The Delta Saints play Atlanta’s Aisle 5 Dec. 8 as part of a world tour in support of their debut album, Bones, released with Loud & Proud Records. Bones was produced, engineered and mixed by Third Man Records alum Eddie Spear, who assisted on projects with Jack White, Arctic Monkeys and Neil Young. The […]