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Decatur BBQ Blues & Bluegrass Festival Announces 2015 Lineup!

The 15th annual Decatur BBQ Blues & Bluegrass Festival will take place on Saturday, Aug. 15 from 12 – 8 pm and is once again bringing a diverse and powerful lineup of blues and bluegrass artists! The festival was founded by the Decatur Preservation Alliance (DPA) in 2000 in an effort to help raise money […]

CD Review: Michelle Malone — Stronger Than You Think; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic 5/30

Michelle Malone Stronger Than You Think SBS Records By Al Kaufman “Mature” is a tricky world in the music business. It’s often code for “losing your edge,” or “quietly slipping off into adult contemporary oblivion.” Michelle Malone’s last two albums, 2012’s Day 2, and 2014’s Acoustic Winter could both be considered “mature” albums in the […]

What’s Up This Week 5/18-5/22

Monday, May 18 Jeff The Brotherhood @ The Drunken Unicorn Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Garage, Power Pop Sounds like: Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, Bass Drum of Death Tickets are $10. Show is at 9pm. Find Tickets Here! Master w/ Solstice, Dismember, & Hate Storm Annihilation @ The EARL Genre: Doom Metal Sounds like: Pestilence, Nocturnus, […]

ICYMI: Best Music Releases This Week 5/11-5/15

Mac Demarco – “The Way You’d Love Her” “The Way You’d Love Her” is the opening track on Mac Demarco’s upcoming mini-LP, Another One, and offers up a playful song about the feeling of lost love. Sylvan Esso – “H.S.K.T.” (Hercules & Love Affair Bleeps and Vox Mix) Last week Sylvan Esso shared the amazing video/interactive […]

Throwback Thursday: Same Kopecky. Hold the Family

The second album from Nashville-based six-piece Kopecky, Drug for the Modern Age, takes the many shake-ups the band’s endured over the past few years and turns them into inspiration for groove-driven, melody-heavy alt-pop that’s intensely emotional and strangely exhilarating. Formerly known as the Kopecky Family Band, the group looks at such life-altering events as the […]

Know Before You Go: Shaky Boots @ KSU Sports and Entertainment Park 5/16-5/17

After months of anticipation, it’s finally here! The festival that had us shaking in our boots from the moment we first saw that epic lineup. It’s the Shaky Boots Music Festival and we’ve got all the deets that you should know before you go so that all you’ll have to do is suit up, boot up, and […]

AMG Weekend Picks 5/15-5/17

Friday May 15 Kopecky @ Vinyl Genre: Indie Rock Sounds Like: Hey Marseilles, Little Green Cars, The Head and the Heart Tickets are $12. Show starts at 9 pm. Find Tickets Here! The Symphony Crack Orchestra @ The Loft Genre: Instrumental Sounds Like: The Mad Violinist, All The Locals Tickets are $15. Doors open at […]

Live Review: Shaky Knees Festival 2015

Ah, Shaky Knees. The third annual Shaky Knees Festival was this past weekend at Central Park, which was once the site of Music Midtown back in its original era. This weekend was one of those rare Atlanta festival weekends in which no rain was had and the sun was shining the whole time. So even […]

Giveaway: Win the Ultimate Rolling #StonesNightOut in ATL via Freshtix

It’s no secret that one of the biggest concerts of the summer is coming up, and we’ve got the insider info on a pretty sweet giveaway from our friends at Freshtix! Get ready to literally party like a rockstar with the ultimate #StonesNightOut package that includes: One Night stay at the W Hotel Downtown‘s WOW […]

What’s Up This Week 5/11-5/14

Monday May 11 Acid Mothers Temple @ The Earl  Genre: Psychedelic Rock Sounds Like: Comets on Fire, LSD March, Bardo Pond Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 the day of the show. Doors open at 8:30 pm, show starts at 9:00 pm. Find Tickets Here! Ryley Walker @ 529 Genre: Folk Sounds Like: Steve Gunn, […]

Event Preview: Milky Chance at Center Stage Shaky Knees Fest Late Night

As if the Shaky Knees Festival lineup wasn’t awesome enough, German indie-pop duo, Milky Chance, announces an encore performance at Center Stage for the Shaky Knees Late Night Fest on Saturday, May 9. The international sensation added the venue to their already stacked North American tour schedule, whose 39 dates sold out immediately and includes appearances […]

Win Tickets to Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally Summer of 69: No Apostrophe @ Tabernacle 5/13!

Happy Friday! We’re giving away three pairs to three lucky winners to see Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally live at The Tabernacle on Wednesday, May 13 at 10:30PM! They’re coming through Atlanta for one night only for their Summer of 69: No Apostrophe tour. Fill out the form below to be entered to win! We’ll contact […]

Throwback Thursday: Going Toe to Toe with The Shadowboxers

Two years ago, we caught up with The Shadowboxers, a budding band of buddies from Atlanta. Their smart perspective and soulful lyrics catapulted them to the forefront of the Atlanta music scene. After touring with the Indigo Girls as both an opening act and backing band, it’s safe to say they earned their place among […]

AMG Weekend Picks 5/8-5/10

Friday, May 8  Snowden & The Shadowboxers @ The Loft (Shaky Knees Late Night Show!) Genre: Indie/Soul/Pop Sounds Like: French Kicks, John & Jacob, Film School Tickets are $16 in advance, $18 at the door. Doors open at 10:30 pm, show starts at 11:30 pm. Find Tickets Here! Graveyard @ The EARL (Shaky Knees Late Night […]

Know Before You Go: Shaky Knees Festival @ Central Park 5/8-5/10

It’s finally here! One of the most anticipated music weekends of the year, the third annual Shaky Knees Festival will commence tomorrow at high noon. We want everyone to be as prepared as possible for what is sure to be one of the greatest weekends of our lives, so here’s everything you need to know […]

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