Friday: Cody Marlowe and the Dead Flowers w/Foxhollow @Eddie’s!! Cody Marlowe & The Dead Flowers Georgia born singer-songwriter and roots-rock artist Cody Marlowe found his inspiration at an early age in the soulful sounds of B.B. King, Merle Haggard, and the Allman Brothers. Marlowe’s songs explore the polarities of good and evil in an intriguing blend of […]
A night of Music and Comedy hosted Katie Martin and Marie Robertson of heY!ALLigator Featuring SkyePaige @Darwin’s Burger and Blues!!
Jonah Parzen-Johnson excels in his own brand of “lofi experimental folk music for solo baritone saxophone and analog synthesizer,” a gorgeous and insidious blend that just gets under your skin in all the right ways. Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow is Jonah’s first full-length album, and it hones in on the dark side of […]
Happy Tunesday! It’s been a while. Leon Bridges’ debut album Coming Home drops today, and you probably caught Bridges on The Tonight Show performing the title track. It’s a perfect song. That pretty much goes without saying. But here’s another track off the album that is gaining airplay steam—it’s “Smooth Sailin’”. I’m 100% certain that […]
Transistor-on calls their goods “fuzzed out reverb music,” and in the spirit of post-rock, EP The Way Back Down is full of that melodious texture and sensation. Recorded at The Cottage with Damon Moon, The Way Back Down is a mere four tracks. But those songs make a satisfying sampling of a band with a […]
Many moons have passed since I last heard from N.A.S.A.–I sat in my dorm room and fell in love with the track “Gifted,” off 2009’s The Spirit of Apollo. The twinkling, surging synths with Santigold, Kanye, and Lykke Li? It was like three crown jewels of electro and hip hop on a…well, a crown. N.A.S.A. (duo Sam […]
Train and The Fray stopped by Aarons Amphitheatre as part of the Picasso at the Wheel Tour, in support of 2014 release Bulletproof Picasso. Peep the gallery of each band! The Fray
Yukon Blonde have a new single perfect for the coming summer, prickling you like static electricity with its double-dose of folk rock and heavy rock. This is “I Wanna Be Your Man”. The song shimmers like a heat haze, showcasing excellent mixing and production from Tony Hoffer and Colin Stewart. On Blonde is shaping up […]
Jonathan Jackson + Enation dropped by Vinyl for the second stop on the Radio Cinematic Tour, giving the Atlanta crowd a dose of melodious rock and electric presence. If you missed the show, catch the gallery and be sure to follow the Enation tour dates as the band continues headlining through the summer!