Cymbals Eat Guitars – Live @ The Earl 09/27/11 Traditionally, a relationship has existed between the processes of writing and recording songs in a studio, and then touring and playing those songs live, that was, in a word, synergistic. More often than not, bands, at one point in time, gained recognition and record contracts through the […]
Atlanta’s own Janelle Monae will be making a stop in Macon on Friday, October 7th as part of a Nationwide college tour with indie-pop group FUN.
Check out our coverage of Frontier Ruckus as their make their second stop in Macon!
Phillip Stewart fills you in on all the things you missed at Next Big Nashville’s Soundland 2011, one of the South East’s best music festivals!
Wye Oak’s songs are at their best live when the band uses their talents to stir up a tempest, whether slowly rolling and rumbling like thunder or striking like lightning, but either way maintaining the beauty and grace that’s in the eye of their storm.
“Palomo has adeptly and commendably moved his songs out of a lonely studio and into packed music venues, all the while maintaining what made his music engaging in the first.” – Andy Stewart
Coldplay, The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant, and Manchester Orchestra headlined Atlanta’s favorite music festival’s comeback after a six-year hiatus.
Tonight (09/27/11) is a special night for Macon – for all of Georgia, really. EISLEY, a band that has toured supporting Coldplay, Snow Patrol, The Fray, and Mute Math, is playing their only Georgia show until 2012. Catch them tonight at The 567 with openers Marksmen and Christie Dupree. Doors @ 7pm, $12 admission – all […]
The UK art-rock band turns their setlist at The Variety Playhouse into a beautiful and sensual analogy for relationships.
The South Carolina-based duo liven up Macon’s 567 with raucous tunes and funny banter.
TBI’s newest writer Andy Stewart fills us in on an exceptional show put on by Broken Social Scene in Atlanta recently!
Images from the Massachusetts-based artist collective’s set opening for Wild Beasts in Atlanta on September 19th.