Interview: Julianna Barwick @ The Goat Farm 2/18

Do you enjoy music that sounds like the sweet serenade of a dozen Icelandic water nymphs? Then you’ll love Julianna Barwick. In the past she’s played in 14th century cathedrals and 20th century museums. On February 18, she’ll play a charmingly dilapidated 19th century industrial complex turned arts center. You know the one. We had […]

What’s Up Thursday? February 6

Two spectacular Atlanta-based songstresses will belt out original tunes tonight at Eddie’s and Smith’s if you’re into that. If not, plenty of touring bands will be rocking out around town as well. Choose wisely! Sydney Rhame @ Eddie’s Attic We last saw her when she opened for Jamie Lynn Spears in December. This fifteen-year-old singer-songwriter from […]

What’s Up Wednesday? February 5

You’ve made it halfway through the week, lovelies. Go treat yo’ selves to a concert. You’ve got great options. Joe Pug @ Eddie’s Attic  It’s been four years since Joe Pug quit his day job as a carpenter, but his remarkable rise in the music world has been driven by the same hard-worn work ethic. His path […]

What’s Up Thursday? January 30

Hello, frosty friends! We hope you were all safe and warm in your homes yesterday. If the last couple of snow days have given you cabin fever, we’ve got the cure. Carrie Rodriguez @ Eddie’s Attic At each stage of Carrie Rodriguez’s career—as a fiddler, singer, and songwriter—the Austin, Texas, native has learned the importance […]

Preview: Mutual Benefit @ The EARL 2/3

Mutual Benefit, Jordan Lee’s sometimes one-man-band, sometimes sprawling collective, released their debut album, the powerful and heartfelt Love’s Crushing Diamond in December. Various tracks were shared prior to its release to give listeners a glimpse into the lucid, sonorous world of Lee and his chosen collaborators. Now that the compilation of songs is available in its entirety, it’s […]

AMG Weekend Picks: Cody Simpson, Susi French Connection & More!

There’s an old saying here in the South. It goes, “When the world gets cold, go take in some hot jams.” Our suggestions for the weekend… Friday, January 24 – Cody Simpson @ The Loft All the way from Australia, this heartthrob of a singer/songwriter/guitarist takes his special Acoustic Sessions tour to Center Stage this […]

Interview: Mockingbird Sun @ Eddie’s Attic 1/30

Meet Mockingbird Sun. Lead singer and lead guitarist Charlie Berry is one in a long-standing tradition of Texas-raised troubadours. He is a graduate of SMU. Now, after years as a working musician, Charlie is as comfortable under the stage lights as he was under SMU’s football stadium lights. Brown-eyed soul singer and Gibson-picker Brett Taylor chased […]

What’s Up Thursday? January 23

Tonight in Atlanta, there will be good music. That music will be played live at Eddie’s, Smith’s and 529. At the EARL, however, they’ll be switching things up and offering patrons a music fix via a documentary film screening. Can’t decide what to do? Understandable. We suggest flipping a coin. Jackson County Line @ Eddie’s […]

Interview: The Cold Start @ Smith’s Olde Bar 1/29

One cross-country move, two totally different, fully formed EPs and plans for a third all in the course of a year? These guys are go-getters. Originally from South England, Lloyd Williams (Vocals, Guitar, Piano), Nicholas Taylor (Guitar), Daniel Smith (Bass) and Adam Cardy (Drums) wrote and self-recorded Grateful Eyes late last year.The band made the EP […]

What’s Up Wednesday? January 22

Tonight’s dress code is layers. Lots of layers. Pile ’em on and go peep these fine shows. Jacob & the Good People @ Eddie’s Attic  Although Jacob has shared stages with the epic sounds of bands like Dave Mathews Band, Robert Randolph, and Rusted Root, he still creates his simple style of music with the idea that less […]

Preview: Alex Brown Church @ Eddie’s Attic 1/17

Sea Wolf frontman Alex Brown Church will bring new life to the band’s recent acclaimed LP ‘Old World Romance’ tomorrow night, January 17, stopping into Eddie’s Attic in Decatur during his special solo tour. For this show, he’ll perform acoustic, stripped-down versions of songs on the album which Rolling Stone called “smooth,” “simple” and “delicate” […]

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