Macon, Georgia’s own Mag Tard releases a brand new EP chock full of goodness. Check out a guest writer’s review of it!
Brooklyn group The Antivillains craft a unique mixture of indie-pop and old time jazz – Sarra Sedghi
McAllen, Texas’ Sick/Sea creates an impressive array of sounds with their most recent EP – Claire Morgan
Hannah Cook reviews Big White Clouds latest CD. Catch them in Macon on June 11th.
“Keep your eye and ears on this young band, such a mature debut can only lead to yet unexplored, dreamier, more expansive vistas.” -CB
“Grab this EP, your flip flops, and head to the coast!” -Claire Morgan
“With these songs, Coppenbarger has not taken a step back, but rather a step in a different direction.” -Hannah Cook
“So, what are my first thoughts upon hearing The HEAP? Thank God they have a trumpet player.” -HM
“Get ready for a record that deserves a foot-stomping, hand-clapping good time.” -SP
“Porcelain too easily becomes background music, something you forget about.”
“Enter Arthur Alligood: a preacher disguised as a folk singer.” -C.E. Breslin
“Interspersed with screeching atmospheric guitar and affective ambient noise, the EP is an offering from an honest young artist to do just this.” -CB
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