Fantastic time shooting the wonderfully talented Wood Brothers – This is from their Buckhead Theatre show in Atlanta.
The 2015 Rockstar Mayhem Fest visited Atlanta on July 26th, with amazing bands like WhiteChapel, and Slayer! When I walked into Aaron’s Amphitheater at Lakewood it was like a ghost town. In past years, the Mayhem Fest is usually packed with people, but this year was different. The entrance I walked into had no venders, […]
The transcendent Emily King stopped by Brighton Music Hall last week in support of her independently released album The Switch, having dropped on June 26th from King’s own Making Music Records label. Peep the pics below!
Legendary Americana singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen is on tour in support of his latest release, the bluegrass compilation Happy Prisoner: The Bluegrass Sessions (Dualtone Records). Thirty years since his debut No Kinda Dancer, and twenty-six after taking the roots genre by storm on West Textures, Robert Earl pays tribute to his favorite music and artists with amazing interpretations of bluegrass standards. Joined by the likes of […]
Lately, I’m convinced that DIY is the future of music. From Boston to New York to Chicago to San Francisco, it’s artists like Palehound and Kal Marks and Speedy Ortiz and Twin Peaks who make going to shows fun again. This sounds like the intro to a feature, but it’s not. We’re just gonna talk about Palehound’s latest, […]
…with an interactive maze! Minneapolis/Chi-town unit On An On gives us their latest single through a playable maze available on their website, created by buddy Benjamin Miles! Curated under the direction of bassist Ryne Estwing, you can navigate the maze using your arrow keys. Feel free to play at your leisure, because there aren’t any […]
Friday, Wade Sapp and the boys are celebrating freedom with their first headlining show @ The Wing Cafe & Tap House in Marietta!!! If you love your country–music, that is–don’t miss this!! Wade Sapp A young man who grew up in automotive shops, and a career mechanic until he quit to pursue music full-time, Wade Sapp knows what […]
Jonah Parzen-Johnson has an innate ability to make the baritone sax sound like bagpipes, and maybe that’s why I cried. Mostly I cried because Jonah tells radiant stories with his saxophone and analog synth, working the brass and pedals to recreate the framework which surrounds his album Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow: Parzen-Johnson wanted […]
LawJam 2015: Atlanta Lawyers Rock, Raise $35,000 for Atlanta Bar Foundation Grants Program On Saturday, June 27th, local attorneys exchanged their suits and ties for jeans and guitars as the 6th Annual LawJam took place at Variety Playhouse. The annual event pits attorneys against each other, but this time the music stated the case and […]
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 […]