“Grab ahold of something solid, there’s gonna be an earthquake!” – Atlanta Music Guide chats with Rob Lind of The Sonics

If ever a band lived up their name, it was The Sonics. Formed in 1960 in Tacoma Washington their brand of high-intensity Rock and Roll took the dance-crazed audiences of the Pacific Northwest by storm. Featuring the other-worldly screams and howls of Gerry Roslie, crunchy guitar work, hard-driving sax and keys and machine gun drums, […]

An Ode To The Masquerade

Ticket Alternative’s Marketing Manager, Jenn Ciccarelli, shares her thoughts on the future of the Masquerade. Photography by Hillery Terenzi of Hillymonster Photography. Whether you’ve lived in Atlanta for a year or for your entire life, one fact remains irrefutable: Our city is changing. Everywhere we look, cranes dot the skyline, symbolizing the next wave of condo-over-saturation […]

Atlanta 2016 Festival Season is HERE!

Photos by Hillery Terenzi (Chris Robinson Brotherhood photo by Jon Whittaker – www.jonwhittakerphoto.com) It’s springtime ya’ll and you know what that means…..FESTIVAL SEASON!  Here are some of our favorite festivals popping up around the metro area: Sweetwater 420 Fest April 22-24 | Centennial Olympic Park Featuring Kid Rock, Bastille, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Ludacris, […]

Beach Slang to play Masquerade Oct. 27, new album out Oct. 30

Beach Slang’s new album The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us is now streaming on NPR, who describe the record as “exhilarating pop-punk anthems targeted to the kids pumping their fists in the front.” The band will play Masquerade Oct. 27 and release its album Oct. 30. The Masquerade is located at 695 North Avenue […]

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