Jordan Welsh tells us why M83’s show in Atlanta, on Halloween, was one of the best he’s ever experienced.
Sean recaps an eventful weekend at Deluna Fest, a two year old festival set in Pensacola Beach that brought attendees from all around the world to Florida for three days of live music!
Favorite Gentlemen Records has decided to start the holidays off right for the second year in a row! The Stuffing returns to Atlanta on November 23rd with a bigger and better lineup, all for you.
Sean gives his review of FUN’s recent performance in Macon with Janelle Monáe & Timothy Bloom as part of the Campus Consciousness Tour.
Next week Rhode Island alt-country superstars DEER TICK will be dropping their fourth studio album. To celebrate their love for Middle Georgia (and just because they’re all around awesome dudes) they’ve teamed up with The Blue Indian to giveaway a pair of tickets to this Friday night’s show in Atlanta. They’ll be playing Buckhead Theatre […]
Alec Stanley raves about this tour’s lineup: “The sheer raw emotion that these guys put into their live performance is outstanding.”
At the end of last month, Macon got a visit from EISLEY who played a show at The 567. Here’s a video from their set as well as photos.
One of most peculiar duos in electronic music make a stop in Macon at The Cox Capitol Theatre with support from two of Georgia’s most exciting DJs. Friday, October 14th
The Brooklyn-based indie-rockers bring their psychedelic dance-pop to Pensacola, Florida’s Deluna Festival on Friday, October 14th. Check it!
This year brought us the first album in four years from Texas rockers Explosions in the Sky. It’s also been several years since the group toured the US. That said, their September 29th show at The Tabernacle was a really, really big deal to a lot of fans. A nine song set would seem short […]
Images of Janelle Monáe and her ArchOrchestra performing on the same historic stage once held by such greats as Charlie Chaplin, Harry Houdini, Ray Charles, and the Allman Brothers Band.
“Although this is Amos’s first tour in his twenty years as HOLY SONS, his band played with a precision and dexterity that suggested they’d been performing alongside him since his earliest sessions.”