Widowspeak with their invented sound at The Masquerade.

Dreamy indie folk outfit, on tour in support of new record Expect The Best, played a hypnotic and engaging set in Atlanta

Bermuda Triangle live at Terminal West

The newly established side project of Alabama Shakes’s Brittany Howard and fellow Nashville singer-songwriters Jesse Lafser and Becca Mancari performed their first ever touring gig to a rapturous Atlanta crowd, who clearly enjoyed the drum-machine backed Americana tunes that the band had to offer.

Wilco raises the roof with Margaret Glaspy at The Fox Theatre

The two-decade old Chicago rock institution continued their seemingly endless touring in Atlanta, enrapturing a sold-out crowd with a 29-song, 2 and a half-hour set.

Zola Jesus takes the stage at Aisle 5

Industrial goth princess Zola Jesus battled sickness to deliver an energetic set to a dedicated crowd of fans in Atlanta.

Father John Misty and Weyes Blood live at The Tabernacle

The Clown Prince of Indie Folk brings his theatrical tunes to a converted church.

The War on Drugs with Land of Talk at The Tabernacle

Philadelphia’s most popular dad rock group plays hits both new and old to a sold-out Atlanta crowd.

Broken Social Scene at The Tabernacle

“The Canadian indie rock stalwarts, on their first major North American tour in years, played a two-hour set filled with favorites both old and new to a loving audience in Atlanta.”

BADBADNOTGOOD live with Ace Cosgrove at Variety Playhouse

“Nerdy jazz kings from Toronto bring their jammy tunes to the Dirty South.”

Lydia Loveless and Devon Gilfillian live at The Star Bar

“Ohio-based country punk livewire Lydia Loveless played two nights at a famed Atlanta dive bar, bringing along burgeoning Nashville blues musician Devon Gilfillian as support.”

Future Islands at The Tabernacle

A Stellar Performance

Downtown Boys with Bitter at The Masquerade

A Collection of Live Punk Music

Japanese Breakfast with Mannequin Pussy at The Masquerade

An Indie-Rock Exhibit

Metz at 529

Punk at its Finest

Shabazz Palaces at Terminal West

Experimental hip-hop from Seattle lights up the capitol city of the modern rap industry

Moors remixes ALA.NI’s “Cherry Blossom”

Actor Keith Stanfield and Hrishikesh Hirway are Moors


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