Dopapod plays Terminal West Dec. 5

The progressive groove rock outfit will be playing Terminal West on December 5 with The Nth Power. Dopapod has built a growing community of devoted listeners, earning praise from the likes of Huffington Post and Relix. Even Rolling Stone declared them as a “Best-Kept Secret” from this past summer’s edition of Bonnaroo. They’ve also made […]

Panic! At the Disco shares “Victorious” ahead of fifth album, out in January

Panic! At The Disco has shared a music video for new single “Victorious.” The video was directed by Brandon Dermer and features a cameo from MMA Kickboxing champion Joe Schilling. “Victorious” is the second song the band has shared from the forthcoming fifth album, Death of a Bachelor, out Jan. 15 via DCD2/Fueled By Ramen. […]

Moon Taxi explores the nature of human bonds, plays Tabernacle Nov. 28

Moon Taxi band members have been doing more than touring. They’ve been talking to each other, sharing personal experiences and opening up about relationships. After spending hours on the road in support of Moon Taxi’s sophomore release, Mountain Beaches Cities (2013), the band members became increasingly aware of how powerful the human bond can be. […]

Prog rock festival Prognosis returns to Sweetwater Bar and Grill for 2nd year in a row

Atlanta-based progressive rock bands Omnipresent and Not Otherwise Specified bring Prognosis Fest back to Sweetwater Bar and Grill Dec. 11 and 12 at 8 p.m. Instead of three bands on one night, this year’s mini festival includes eight bands and two nights. Prognosis in 2014 featured Omnipresent, Ethos and Not Otherwise Specified. Singer, guitarist and […]

The Head releases Millipedes today, plays Atlanta Nov. 28

The Head’s new EP Millipedes comes out today, bringing fans a rollicking, five-song crash course in fusing pop with gritty, fuzzed-out rock ‘n’ roll. The Head plays in Atlanta at The Drunken Unicorn Nov. 28. The three-chord Troggs-style simplicity of opener “Jesus,” the Midwestern indie-rock of “Raincoats,” the phased-out New Wave daydreamer ”Pebbles on the Ground” […]

Grace Potter plays Atlanta Jan. 16 on ‘Midnight’ tour

Grace Potter and her backing band the Magical Midnight Roadshow have announced the first leg of their 2016 Midnight tour. Kicking off in January and playing Atlanta’s Tabernacle Jan. 16, the U.S. headlining dates will take the band across the country in support of Potter’s solo album, Midnight, released this past August.  Potter will also […]

CD Review: NLX – Luxury of Failure

I wouldn’t have called her “Trent Reznor with tits,” but the description piqued my interest enough to listen NLX’s “Burn,” the single off Luxury of Failure, the songwriter’s fourth album. “Burn” includes the elements that draw me to music: the song is dynamic in its structure and still uses simple melodies that give the lyrics […]

Futurebirds to play Buckhead Theatre Nov. 27

Athens-based band Futurebirds recently released Hotel Parties, a follow up to 2013’s Baba Yaga, and they are set to play Buckhead Theatre Nov. 27. Stereogum previously premiered “twentyseven,” the first track from the new album, saying the song is “a gleaming, Southern-fried late-twenties-crisis type of song… perfect for a drive through rural nowhere with your arm […]

Live Review: Puscifer at Cobb Energy Centre

Not being much of a wrestling fan, I would never have expected to stand ringside during a luchador match. But Puscifer brought Luchafer, a group of luchador wannabes, to the show at Cobb Energy Centre Nov. 8 Puscifer returned almost exactly three years later to the same venue in support of its recent release, Money […]

Grimes: Art Angels released, plays Buckhead Theatre Nov. 11

Grimes digitally released her album Art Angels Nov. 6 and plans to play Atlanta’s Buckhead Theatre Nov. 11. Her self-directed video for “Flesh Without Blood”/ “Life in the Vivid Dream,” released last week and already boasts more than 2 million views. “Scream,” also released last week, featuring Taiwanese rapper Aristophanes. FADER calls the song “an […]

Atlanta’s Fox Theatre honors 50 millionth guest

The Fox Theatre welcomed its 50 millionth guest last night before the Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta engagement of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Steven Hensley, of Marietta, held the ticket. He attended the performance with his wife, daughter and granddaughter. The milestone visit sparked a commemoration in Hensley’s honor, including a lobby celebration and […]

AMG Giveaway: Soldier Songs at Atlanta Opera 11/14

Win tickets to Atlanta Opera Nov. 14 by tweeting @atlantamusic and @theatlantaopera between Nov. 4 and 11 for a chance to win a pair of tickets and VIP passes to a pre-show party. Soldier Songs is a multimedia event that combines elements of theater, opera, rock-infused-concert music, and animation. American composer David T. Little adapted […]

After years of blues-based covers, The Liberators releases original debut, plays Smith’s Nov. 14

The Liberators brings blues-rock to Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta Saturday Nov. 14. The band formed in 2010 as a duo with Eric Levitan and Geoff Nagel, who were co-workers. At first they jammed with guitar and drums only, bonding musically over covers from Wolfmother, Phish and Led Zeppelin. After jamming with numerous other musicians, […]

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