Woods are “a band that not only can write and record a catchy song, but that can inject it with vitality and excitement in a live setting.” – Andy Stewart
This year’s Music Midtown expanded to two days and packed in 15 acts. TBI Writer Andy Stewart looks back at the festival’s most memorable performances.
Rhett Shirley offers one final rundown before the inaugural Counterpoint Music Festival in Atlanta this weekend. Tickets are still available at CounterpointFestival.com
A new crew to TheBlueIndian.com recounts their experience at the recent Music on the Mountaintop festival outside of Boone, NC. Check out one of the South’s burgeoning fests and get an idea of what to expect next year
Two of our writers go head-to-head in a Deluna Fest 2012 “Schedule Slugfest”, debating set conflicts from 6 of the 70+ bands to choose from. Purchase your tickets for Deluna now! Sept. 21st – 23rd
“Alligood’s songs and performance are full of heart and truth and a little boot stompin’.” -HE
Iceage are four young musicians making the grittiest punk since punk’s spawning. This is punk born from the shadows of Copenhagen, and their reputation of putting on rollicking, bloody live performances precedes them wherever they go. They’ve sold out shows before in the United States, but on this night, they graced the city of Athens, [...]
Our out-of-state writers Hannah Cook & Amanda Norris recap their adventures at the recent Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky
TheBlueIndian.com spent the weekend at the inaugural Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati this past weekend with Ra Ra Riot, Manchester Orchestra, Guided by Voices and more!
Take a look over photos from WOWSER BOWSER’s recent show in Macon with Shook Foil and get another idea of why they are our BOTM for July!
Shook Foil is quite possibly the best band in Atlanta that you’ve never heard of…Take a look at shots from their most recent show in Macon with Wowser Bowser
3 of TBI’s writers fill you in on the events of the most recent AthFest Music, Arts, Film & Kids Festival