Event Preview: The Cryptophonic Tour @ Historic Oakland Cemetery 5/2

  Get ready to push the creative envelope! On May 2, Callosum Collective’s ROAM Transmissions and Oakland Cemetery will host the inaugural Crytpophonic Tour, a cutting edge full-scale arts experience featuring sound, multimedia, and performing artists. The work will highlight the aural history of the cemetery and will be installed throughout the historic landmark, which has long attracted […]

“Cause I’m A W-O-M-AN”: Top Girl Power Songs for Women Who Rock

March is Women’s History Month! In honor of all the women who rock year round, we’ve put together a list of our top girl power songs! Whether you’re a fabulous feminist or a mild-mannered advocate, these tunes will awaken your inner Venus and make you feel like a NATURAL WOMAN! 10. Kool Thing– Sonic Youth 1990 Girl […]

Throwback Thursday: Eliot Bronson

The cover of Eliot Bronson’s latest self-titled album shows a more contemplative side of the artist than previous releases. The folk/rock/country hybrid has been drawing attention from critics who call the album “one of the best this year.”(Glide Magazine). In honor of his success, and his upcoming show at Eddie Attic, we take a look […]

Throwback Thursday: Countdown to Five Eight

Athens alternative rock foursome, Five Eight, has been rocking stages all across the country since signing with Sky Records in 1990. Now, more than 20 years and countless hit records later, the band is preparing for the re-release of its album Weirdo and an accompanying tour! Today we revisit a 2012 AMG interview with the band as […]

Event Preview: Atlanta Jewish Music Festival

March 12 is opening night for the 6th annual Atlanta Jewish Music Festival. The following 11 days promise a medley of traditional and contemporary Jewish entertainment. The festival incorporates an eclectic mix of artists and Jewish community leaders, embodying the panoptic diversity within the community, which the festival hopes to illuminate. Kicking off the festival is Canadian ska/rock […]

Throwback Thursday: There’s Something About Gabe

When we first caught up with Nashville sweetheart, Gabe Dixon, he was a newly solo artist. Now, three years later, the indie rock/pop chanteuse, formerly of The Gabe Dixon Band, has proven that he can stand alone, and do it well. In December 2014, Gabe’s single, One Thing, was featured on Tone Free Music’s independent artist compilation, Nashville’s Indie Spotlight 2015. Dixon’s […]

AMG Weekend Picks 2/13 – 2/15

Friday, Feb. 13 Big Head Todd and the Monsters @ Variety Playhouse Genre: Rock Sounds Like: Blues Traveler, Widespread Panic, Dave Mathews Band Tickets are $30 in advance, $33.50 at the door. Doors open at 7 pm. Find Tickets Here! Theophilus London w/Father, Doja Cat Genre: Soul-pop, Contemporary R&B, New Wave Electro Sounds like: Childish […]

AMG Weekend Picks 1/30-2/1

  Kris Allen @ Mill Town Music Hall Fri. Jan. 30 Genre: Pop-rock Sounds like: David Cook, Allison Iraheta, Lee DeWyze, Matt Giraud Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Door open @8 p.m. Find tickets here! The Levee/Young Edison w/ Capital Arms @Vinyl Fri. Jan. 30 Genre: Led Zeppelin tribute Sounds like: […]

New Music Tuesday 1/27

Periphery – Juggernaut Alpha/Omega (Sumerian Records) D.C. progressive metal band Periphery gives fans not one, but two new releases today. Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega, the twin concept albums, are the third studio albums from the band whose high-grain, distorted signature has landed them at the forefront of the djent metal movement. Purchase the albums here. The Lone Bellow – Then Came The […]

Throwback Thursday: Flying Upside Down with Griffin House

Its been more than 5 years since AMG reviewed Ohio crooner Griffin’s House’s 6th self-released album Flying Upside Down. Since then, House has released 3 more albums on his imprint label, Evening Records. The latest of which, Balls, boasts nine tracks co-produced by House. The album “comes from a place I’ve never written from before,” claims House who turned to crowdfunding site, Kickstarter, […]

What’s Up Wednesday 1/14

Here’s what’s happening in Atlanta tonight Wednesday, January 14. Sadistic Ritual and Meth Valley @ The Earl Atlanta-based thrash metal band, Sadistic Ritual, headlines the show tonight at The Earl.Tonight’s lineup features fan favorites like the hard hitting heavy metal band Meth Valley, D.C. band Genocide Pact, and the local quintet Gunpowder Gray who will be playing songs from […]

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