What is there to say about Lou Reed that hasn’t already been said? His legendary status in music is forever sealed in rock ‘n’ roll history. The ease and delirium of the stream-of-consciousness poetry he […]
Julian Hackney didn’t realize he was shaping the history of punk rock when he Google searched his father’s band after hearing them at a friend’s party. Hackney ended up unveiling a hidden legacy left by […]
91.9, WCLK, “Jazz of the city,” has officially lost its S.O.U.L.
The Goat Farm’s sprawling, dilapidated warehouses don’t need any help providing an eerie Halloween backdrop. With proximity to the deafening drone of trains and a history that dates back over a century, the mill-turned-arts-center already […]
The vast, infinitely dizzying web of music history is confusing, to say the least.
On October 5, Castleberry Hill will be transformed into a sensory playground for a dedicated group of artists to test their creative whims on a grand scale.
September 2003 dawned upon a fractured planet. Bin Laden’s lingering threats paralyzed Americans, Israel and Palestine dueled in a fruitless land battle, the European Union railed against George Bush’s controversial Guantanamo Bay and the United […]
Atlanta has a new royal family, and they intend to rule in sequin-studded high heels and fishnet stockings.
I am not telling you not to do drugs at music festivals. I know it will happen, and it will always happen for as long as drugs and music festivals simultaneously exist on this planet.
Read these festival etiquette do’s and don’ts before you head to Music Midtown. After all, you don’t want to be “dude-who-spills-beer-on-everyone” or ‘gal-who-wore-uncomfortable-leather-shorts.”