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AMG Weekend Picks! Sealions, Zach Deputy, JK & The Lost Boys, and more!

By: Shelby Lum Post Thanksgiving usually means a lot of turkey leftovers, and the beginning of Christmas shopping with Black Friday.  This year add a new tradition, and head to some of Atlanta’s best venues for post-Turkey day concerts.  AMG has put together the weekends best concerts going on through the city to finish off […]

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5GB with William Fussell of Moodrings; Playing the EARL Friday, Nov. 23

By Jhoni Jackson Maintaining ethereal ambiance in a pop-minded effort is a delicate affair. Local act Moodrings does it masterfully. Their sway-worthy, peppier tunes are lush and dreamy. Even the most sluggish, textural songs frontman William Fussell and company offer never fail to serve up a lovely melody, even if subtly embedded. Hear a selection […]

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5GB Interview with Sealions; Playing the EARL Friday, Nov. 23

By Jhoni Jackson The care with which Atlanta’s Sealions craft their synth-pop is supremely meticulous—a sonic time-warp to the darker days of ‘80s dance carefully embellished with modern trimmings. Each song is a perfect little pocket watch, a vintage timepiece cautiously comprised of parts as intricate and delicate as they are crucial: the subtle rolls […]

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AMG’s Top Atlanta Releases of 2010

Hey! It’s another Best of 2010 List! We almost chose to forgo the usual list-making duties that every writer/blogger/music-lover/mother-and-your-brother goes through at this time of year, but we just couldn’t stop ourselves from giving these locals another lil’ pat on the back for making us rock out, chill out, and groove on a bit more […]

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Live Review: Sealions, Metric at The Tabernacle, October 28

By Nick LeMay; photo by Perry Julien (julienphotography.com) Sealions opened for Metric Thursday, October 28 in an electronic spectacle that drew an understandably large and wonderfully dressed crowd. I’ve been to the Tabernacle more times than I can remember and I still found myself gazing at the ornate wonder of it’s ridiculous architecture. It seems […]

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