Noel Stephens and the Darlings show immense potential with their latest LP – Grafton Tanner
Hannah Marney’s take on this upcoming Brooklyn based indie-pop group’s debut LP
Grafton Tanner provides his take on Athens, Georgia’s The District Attorneys most recent EP “Orders From…”
Claire Morgan gives her review of Carrolton-via-Atlanta dance-rock sensations Baby Baby’s latest CD!
C.E. Breslin gives his latest review of David Rosenfield’s newest release!
Athens electro-jam group FLT RSK make an impressive introduction the Georgia music scene with their debut EP – Sean Pritchard
Taylor Tatum provides her first review for TBI on Texas dance-rockers The Young Maths upcoming album “ERRORRS”
Grafton Tanner fills you in on one of Georgia’s most talked about underground acts for his first review with TheBlueIndian.com
Christ, Lord offer a different kind of music to the Atlanta scene, but may that only grab hold of your attention more. They’ve got a story to tell about the past, and it’s both sad and beautiful. – HC
“If you want fun, this album has it. If you want depth, it’s got that, too.” -GO
“In their latest release, The Violet Burning is here to tell some tales, in a story that is going on all around us . . . .” -HE
Claire Morgan offers her review of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s first full-length album, out now on Fat Possum Records
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