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Here’s a quick list of what I have been listening to lately: The Foals – Holy Fire. This is one of my favorite records of the year so far. It did come out this year, right? Anyway, the April show at the Goat Farm (with Surfer Blood) should not be missed. Johnny Marr – The [...]
The book club will meet on March 25 to discuss Tinkers by Paul Harding. We will meet at 7:30 pm at Eddie’s Attic.
Atlanta’s A-Listers will be discussing the “consummate” (?) Dickens classic, David Copperfield, at Eddie’s Attic on February 25th at 7:30pm. Slackers like me might read this version (it got me through high school).
I have listened to these records more than once lately – some old, some new. You might be interested (then again, maybe not). Toro Y Moi, Anything in Return – Not what some might expect of me but I really enjoy it. Have always felt that Chaz has been in a different category than the [...]
Last minute notice for the quick reader…Book Club will meet at Eddie’s Attic on Monday, January 28th to discuss The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides. 7:30pm.
Get shaken, not stirred this Wednesday evening with Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Also on the bill, Adam Arcuragi and The Sunset District. Bring what you will from the Q Branch but leave your smoking jacket at home, it will be a non-smoking event. $7
Please join us for our book club in November. We will be reading Under the Banner of Heaven by Jon Krakauer. We will meet on November 26th at 7:30pm at Eddie’s Attic.
The October book club will be discussing Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. Cloud Atlas was shortlisted for the 2004 Mann/Booker Prize and is currently in production for release as a feature film. Join us October 29th at 7:30pm at Eddie’s Attic.
In September the book club will be discussing Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow. Doctorow is known as a digital rights activist and this work can be downloaded for free in various ebook formats under a creative commons license. Click the title link above to get your copy and join us [...]
The book club will once again meet on the patio (probably in the back right corner…) of Eddie’s Attic in Decatur to discuss Susan Gruen’s Water for Elephants. Monday, August 27. 7:30pm.
Yeah, it’s a rare original content post. We stayed away for a while, and will probably return to hibernation immediately, sort of like that international sporting event. But while we’re awake, here are a couple of records we liked this year. Japandroids – Celebration Rock. Post-Nothing was a solid introduction for this band but they [...]
Join us for our next book club, 7:30pm on July 30th at Eddie’s Attic. We will be discussing Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami.
The book club will meet at 7:30 at Eddie’s Attic to discuss Bright’s Passage by Josh Ritter. All are welcome.
This is it. The last post. Thank you to all of you who have supported this project. It has been an extraordinary experience. The book club will endure. Please expect to see that as the featured post each month.
This double disc various artists collection from U.K. label, Fruits de Mer Records, is a marathon of classic psychedelic covers. The carefully crafted gatefold cover houses two discs of green colored vinyl (in two shades no less). The artwork throughout is intentionally tongue in cheek (in that special British way) and evocative of the 60s [...]
He may be alone on stage, he may be joined by a band. That question is still unanswered (because one quarter of his usual stage partners will be busy getting married). But in either event, May 9th will mark Richard’s return to the stage at the EARL. He will share the bill with D.C.’s alt-folk [...]
By Alex Brenner How many punk bands can say they are from Scranton, PA? Two A-Listers here can tell you not many. Although this band has been around since 2006, I really only heard their name while checking last year’s Gaslight Anthem album American Slang. Their last release 2010?s Chamberlain Waits was really a great [...]
Shake up on the way…