What’s Up Wednesday 10/8

Priscilla Ahn at Eddie’s Attic Singer-songwriter Priscilla Ahn embarked upon a career the old-fashioned way: she packed her belongings in a car—“two guitars, clothes, and some other junk I really didn’t need to bring”—and left her Pennsylvania home for L.A. That she found steady gigs, a supportive circle of fellow artists and a record deal […]

Live Review/Picture Book: Lykke Li, First Aid Kit at Buckhead Theatre, November 20

By Justin Lyons; photos by Matthew Smith Lykke Li’s transformation from curious and blooming songsbird to take-charge chanteuse over the past few years was on great display at Buckhead Theatre on Sunday night.  Li’s latest album, Wounded Rhymes, brushes aside all of the come-ons and questions from her debut Youth Novels and transitions to actions […]

5GB With Lykke Li; Playing The Buckhead Theater Tonight, Nov. 20

By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Swedish songstress Lykke Li is definitely not known for being conventional. With her electro-pop, and unique sound have crowned Lykke Li as the Indie Queen, mesmerizing her fans with her sad eyes, dreamy lyrics, and sultry sound. We chatted with her as part of our 5GB series before her show tonight […]

AMG Weekend Picks: Tandoori Knights, Gringo Star, Lykke Li and More!

Things are a little mellow this weekend, probably with everyone gearing up for the big Turkey Fest coming up next week. But there is still a ton of incredible shows, and a donka-truck-tonnage of tickets going on sale, so you can get some Christmas shopping done too (and pick yourself up something nice while you’re […]

CD Review: Lykke Li — Wounded Rhymes

Lykke Li Wounded Rhymes Atlantic By Al Kaufman Sweden’s Lykke Li’s first CD, 2008’s Youth Novels, was nothing more than sugary girl pop.  Some of that remains on Wounded Rhymes (“Rich Kid Blues” springs immediately to mind). But Li has done a bit of growing up since then. Wounded Rhymes is full of want, desperation and […]

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