What’s Up Wednesday 5/28

Happy Wednesday, Atlanta! This short week certainly has us feeling a little lackadaisical, but we’re pretty psyched to re-recharge our batteries with some hump day concert-going. Matt Hires w/ The Wild After // Kyle Cox @ Vinyl Singer/songwriter Matt Hires made his recording debut at the age of 22, when the Florida native introduced his […]

Interview with Paul Deakin of the Mavericks

By Al Kaufman Back in 1989, when country music stars were pseudo-cowboys wearing oversized hats, a band formed in Miami, fronted by a Cuban-American who sounded like Roy Orbison’s long lost kid brother. They called themselves The Mavericks, but nobody knew what to call their music. They were country, but because they infused their music […]

AMG’s Summer Music Festival Guide

Our favorite season is here! For most music lovers festival season beats out Christmas for the most wonderful time of the year slot. We may not have Coachella, but the Southeast has managed to snag some pretty amazing festivals including the world renowned Tomorrowworld, Bonnaroo, and Hangout. It’s easy to get lost in a sea […]

Concerts In Atlanta This Weekend!

Friday, April 11th Mac Demarco with Juan Wauters at The Goat Farm When the then 21-year old Mac DeMarco released his debut Rock and Roll Night Club 12″ just a short while ago in the Spring of 2012, it was accompanied by a barrage of bizarrely funny promo videos, wildly unhinged live performances and a […]

What’s Up Tuesday? , March 11

Read on to learn about what shows are happening in Atlanta on this beautiful Tuesday! Adron and Faye Webster @ Eddie’s Attic Adron aka Adrienne McCann, is a young singer and songwriter who has been lately rejuvenating the pop music scene in Atlanta. Adron seamlessly blends classical harmony with the playfulness of ‘60s Brazilian Tropicàlia, […]

White Lies @ Center Stage, February 18

By: Rosie Judd White Lies brought their gorgeously ominous music to Center Stage Tuesday night to a truly enthusiastic audience. While the set was mostly made up of tracks from their latest record, Big TV, there were enough of their older songs sprinkled into a dark and danceable evening of live music. Opener Frankie Rose […]

Interview: Neulore @ Vinyl 1/29

Neulore is a modern folk band based in Nashville, TN, created in 2009 by band members Adam Agin and William T. Cook. After releasing a well-crafted debut EP, “Apples & Eve,” they have begun to take their heartfelt songs to the masses. With a live show that not only entertains, but affects, leaving the audience with […]

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