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Counterpoint Music Festival 2012: A Retrospective

A bit late, but worth the wait! Check out Rhett’s full review of the inaugural Counterpoint Music Festival, held last month outside of Atlanta.

Deluna Fest 2012:’s “Schedule Slugfest”

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

“Way Down Yonder on the Chattahoochee Pt. 1” – A Preview of the Counter.Point Music Festival (9/27 – 9/29)

TBI’s newest writer, Rhett Shirley, opens up about his expectations for the inaugural Counter.Point Music Festival in Atlanta. (Sept 27th – 29th)

10 Questions with Arthur Alligood

Right after working with LA producer, Mikal Blue, Arthur takes the time to chat with us about his experience.

Interview with: Kevin Devine + LIVE at The Stuffing!

Kevine Devine catches us up with news on his most recent record, his band and his time spent at home this year. Between Concrete and Clouds is out now through Razor & Tie and Favorite Gentlemen Records.

Iron & Wine Artists Den Performance at The Buckhead Theatre (11/10/11)

TBI’s Jordan Welsh was in attendance for Iron & Wine’s Artists Den performance in Atlanta on 11/10. Read his thoughts here.

The Head and The Heart album cover

The Head and The Heart [Self-Titled]

Cameron Barham tells us why he loved THATH’s debut and looks forward to their upcoming record!

Skylar Gudasz & the Ugly Girls TWO HEADED MONSTER

Skylar Gudasz & the Ugly Girls’ “Two Headed Monster”

“Keep your eye and ears on this young band, such a mature debut can only lead to yet unexplored, dreamier, more expansive vistas.” -CB

Top Ten of 2010 List 4

Top Ten for 2010 (List #4 of 7): by Beth Yeckley

Beth nails it by naming Local Natives’ “Gorilla Manor” number one. Check her list out!

Top Ten for 2010 (List #2 of 7): by Michael Hall

Check out Michael Hall’s Top Ten of 2010. You may be shocked at his number 1 pick . . .

John Mark McMillan

Q&A with John Mark McMillan

David Kern said it best when he said, “Carolina indie-rocker¬†John Mark McMillan is a bit of an anomaly. You see, he’s a christian musician who creates quality, creative music that is not derivative or repetitive, that boasts well written lyrics that avoid sentimentality yet still are focused on the artist’s faith. Perhaps even more strange […]

Austin Crane

The Blue Indian Recommends: Austin Crane

From Columbia, SC,¬†Austin Crane is a four-piece band that consists of Austin Crane (guitar, vocals), James Gibson (bass), Nathan Poole (lead guitar, back-up vocals), and Caleb Weathersby (percussion). Austin Crane is one of those bands who’s extremely difficult to categorize because of their unique sound. And it is perhaps Crane’s twangy vocals that sets them […]