Arts & Living

Rock of ages come to ATL

February 26, 2013 Mahad Mousse 0

At first glance, one could be forgiven for mistaking the odd marquee proudly proclaiming “ATL Rock of Ages,” in front of The Five Spot for the gaudy Broadway musical. While both shows feature a loose […]

Arts & Living

Foals ‘Holy Fire’

February 19, 2013 Ami Dudley 1

The English boys are back with their third album “Holy Fire” and it’s evident they’re seeking more than homeland success. If you’ve never heard of Foals, there’s a suitable reason. While the English rock band […]

Arts & Living

Unknown Mortal Orchestra, ‘II’

February 8, 2013 Mahad Mousse 0

Can there just be an official moratorium on all new indie bands that don’t have a concept beyond “Let me water down this obscure genre for you?” Because too many indie artists seem to have […]

Arts & Living

Review: Tomahawk, “Oddfellows”

February 7, 2013 Mahad Mousse 0

For the uninitiated, Mike Patton is a guy who quite simply is an awful lot of bands. Known primarily as the enigmatic front man of the alt-metal band Faith No More and the experimental/avant-garde noise […]

Arts & Living

Music Review: A$AP Rocky: Long.Live.Rocky

January 30, 2013 Mahad Mousse 0

Grade: A+ Verdict: Vertical growth for A$AP on some fronts and a shallow side step on others for an ambitious sounding debut. Humbled beginnings in poverty stricken, crime-ridden neighborhoods are nothing new to origin stories […]

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