Rooney at The Loft 10/21/16

Words by Molly Segers – Photos by Jon Whittaker (www.jonwhittakerphoto.com) After a six year hiatus, a solo album, film scores, and directing a feature film (Dreamland), Robert Schwartzman has pulled Rooney out of hibernation and dusted off the cobwebs with new record Washed Away and tour that had them at The Loft Friday October 21. […]

The Struts at The Georgia Theatre 09/29/16

Words by Molly Segers – Photos by Rosie Judd The Struts, with Beware of Darkness and Goodbye June, unleashed a delicious muck of rock eras for the Athens crowd at Georgia Theatre last night. For The Struts, channeling classic glam and arena rock is like breathing, as they so thoroughly embody the style that they […]

Moogfest 2016 Live Review and Picture Book

Written By Haley Billue – Photos by Hillery Terenzi When you think ‘MOOG’, what comes to mind? Those cool little new wave music synthesizers with all the knobs and sliders and patch cables that have been the bastion of electronic musicians for decades now. Bob Moog was a pioneer of electronic music technology and, low […]

Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios: “Cabinet of Curiosities” Doest Not Disappoint!

Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios: “Cabinet of Curiosities” opened last Thursday, March 3 at Atlantic Station. Ticket Alternative’s own, Amber Lawson, attended the “curious” event and has the following to say about it. This year’s show is laced with a steampunk-19th century-mad scientist theme that visually creates a world of wonder and fun. From beginning to end I […]

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 […]

Live Review: Twenty One Pilots @ The Tabernacle 10/6/15

In support of their latest album, Blurryface, alternative indie rock/rap group, Twenty One Pilots, rocked the walls of the Tabernacle Tuesday night to a sold out crowd of over 2,500+ fans. Epic, captivating, and energetic only begin to personify the atmosphere inside the Tabernacle, as the two Midwest boys took over the venue with their […]

Cayucas

Live Review: Cayucas @ The EARL 8/5

On Wednesday night, the backroom of The EARL was taken over by the nostalgia of long drives, sunny days, and the feeling of warm sand melting between your toes. From the moment West Coast natives, Cayucas, stepped onto the stage, they held their audience in a trance. The entire night, everyone swayed and danced to […]

Live Review: Shaky Knees Festival 2015

Ah, Shaky Knees. The third annual Shaky Knees Festival was this past weekend at Central Park, which was once the site of Music Midtown back in its original era. This weekend was one of those rare Atlanta festival weekends in which no rain was had and the sun was shining the whole time. So even […]

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