Interview with Hockey; Playing @ The Loft w/ The Hush Sound 5/19

Often compared to bands like LCD Soundsystem and The Strokes, Hockey originally captured the hearts (and ears) of fans everywhere with their debut home-made EP, Mind Chaos, in 2009. After making their way through the festival circuit, having songs featured on multiple commercials and television shows, being named as one of Beyond Race magazine’s “50 […]

AMG’s Ones to Watch: Evan Andree

By: Taylor Magill   I was first exposed to Evan Andree’s music while working at The Masquerade when he opened for MC Lars and I Fight Dragons. As soon as I got home, I started googling to find out where I could hear more of this extremely talented singer-songwriter’s music online. I was excited to […]

AMG’s Ones to Watch: Milyssa Rose

By: Taylor Magill Milyssa Rose is an Atlanta pop artist with an edge. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Milyssa has always known that the entertainment business was   her true calling. Growing up, she participated in community theater, modeling, and talent shows. Milyssa also has been studying with a vocal coach for many years to perfect her […]

Live Review & Picture Book: LEAGUES & Kopecky Family Band-The Basement 3/4/13

Review by Molly Free, Photos by Taylor Magill To wind down after a Monday, I headed over to East Atlanta Village to the cozy underground venue of Graveyard’s The Basement to check out an awesome evening of Nashville music featuring Kopecky Family Band and LEAGUES, brought to you by Bowe Inc. I have to admit […]

AMG’s Ones to Watch: Tir Asleen

By: Taylor Magill In a world where every high school kid has access to a guitar, the music industry is full of  hundreds of bands restricting themselves to some sort of popular sub-genre and the fleeting hope of cornering some portion of an over saturated market. This is not the case  with Calhoun’s experimental post-hardcore […]

Live Review & Picture Book: Austin Renfroe at Eddie’s Attic, Feb. 1st

Live Review and Pictures by Katie Caccavale The atmosphere at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur this past Friday night, February 1, was much like what you would expect at a family reunion.  As the sold out crowd gathered in the listening room awaiting the arrival of Austin Renfroe to the stage, it seemed as though everyone […]

Live Review & Picture Book: A Silent Film w/ Carousel, Jan. 30 at Vinyl

  Live Review by Molly Free, Photos by Mae Elizabeth Braving the rain and tornado warnings, I ventured down to cozy Vinyl to check out A Silent Film.  Band Carousel kicked off the night with their electronic love inspired songs. I really enjoyed this duo, their sound was unique and their soft voices and romantic […]

Live Review & Picture Book: BMI Indie Showcase feat. The Electric Sons, The Romans, & Magnets & Ghosts at Terminal West 1/31

Live Review & Picture Book by Taylor Magill Atlanta is chock full of extremely talented local bands hoping to hit it big on the national scene. Last night at Terminal West was a showcase of three local indie bands, The Electric Sons, The Romans, and Magnets and Ghosts. The combination of these three bands and […]

AMG’s Ones to Watch: THIS HOUSE

By: Taylor Magill In an arguably over-saturated scene full of self-proclaimed lo-fi geniuses and high school metal bands, it’s hard to tell what will stick around for the long haul. Despite the over-saturation, once in a while a band comes along and you can tell that they are going somewhere. When I came across THIS […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Bubba Sparxxx with Wheeler Boys and Hard Target @ Peachtree Tavern 1/26

Photos and review by Taylor Magill Everyone once in a while, we all need a musical throwback to our teen years. That throwback is just what Bubba Sparxxx brought with him when he brought his unique blend of “country hip-hop” to Peachtree Tavern this past Saturday night with his friends The Wheeler Boys and Hard […]

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