Throwback Thursday – Photobook: Death Cab for Cutie @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre 8/11/11

For 17 years, we’ve followed the coming-of-age story of alternative rock band Death Cab for Cutie. Now with the release of their eighth studio album, we are introduced to a slightly more nuanced and mature sound that tells of love lost, the realities of adulthood, and a band trying to hold itself together after co-founder and […]

10 Must See Shows in ATL This Spring

GRiZ @ The Tabernacle, Sat. April 4 Genre: Electro-Hip Hop, Trap, Bass Must see: A tremendously passionate and soulful producer, GRiZ has a knack for creating profoundly engaging melodies to offset the presence of his phenomenally designed bass. Tickets are $22.50. Doors open at 8pm. Find Tickets Here! The Bright Light Social Hour @ The […]

Gotta Get Down On Friday: Best New Releases 1/26-1/30

Get down to these new releases from the past week! Sia – “Salted Wound” Sia’s “Salted Wound” is her haunting new release for the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. Death Cab For Cutie – perform “Black Sun” on Letterman Death Cab performed their lead single, “Black Sun,” off of their upcoming album Kintsugi on David Letterman Thursday night. […]

5GB With Kopecky Family Band; Playing Vinyl, Nov. 9

By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Like all families, Kopecky Family Band beats with the same heart and writes in the same blood. ‘The Family’ began creating music together in Nashville, Tennessee in the Fall of 2007. What began as late night talks about life and dreams gradually flowed into eccentric and beautiful music that has led […]

Picture Book: Death Cab for Cutie at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, August 11

By Catrina Maxwell Indie crossovers Death Cab for Cutie played to a sweaty but energetic crowd of giddy fans on Thursday night. The band played a packed set that saw them try out some new tracks from their latest release, Codes and Keys, including the “VH1 Storytellers”-featured song “You Are A Tourist,” which was warmly […]

What’s Up Thursday?

Oh thank the Heavens, it’s Thursday! Thursday is definitely the new black. Here are a couple of cool events to get your weekend started right! –Death Cab for Cutie will be taking their coolness out to Alpharetta at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, playing with Frightened Rabbit. -Have you had a chance to check out The […]

CD Review: Death Cab for Cutie — Codes and Keys; Playing Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, August 11

Death Cab for Cutie Codes and Keys Atlantic By Al Kaufman Thanks to iTunes and other sites, the concept of the album is all but gone. Bands still release CDs, but they are just afterthoughts. They put their “reach out and grab you” song first, usually something a bit different as the third or fourth […]

AMG Weekend Picks: 500 Songs for Kids, Zac Brown Band, Kylie Minogue and More!

Happy Mothers Day weekend everyone! Hope you didn’t forget. Maybe some of these options will help with last-minute gifts. Or, maybe you need a little treat for yourself after brunch, shopping, tea etc. with your mother. At any rate, we have some great stuff for you to choose from, whether it’s a local music charity […]

Q&A with The Lonely Forest; Playing The Drunken Unicorn with Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s, October 9

Q&A with The Lonely Forest; Playing The Drunken Unicorn with Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s, October 9

By Alec Wooden It’s one thing for a band to get picked up by a label.  It’s quite another, however, to be that label’s first band. The Lonely Forest, an indie-rock quartet from Anacortes, Wash., has that distinct honor when picked up by Trans, the new imprint label headed by Death Cab For Cutie guitarist […]

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