Sorority Noise at The Masquerade
Just before taking a much acknowledged hiatus, indie rock outfit Sorority Noise played Atlanta for what hopefully won’t be the last time to a loving crowd of superfans.
Algiers and Omni play The Drunken Unicorn
Two of Atlanta’s best local outfits, the experimentalists Algiers and the post-punkers in Omni, combined for a killer bill played to a packed room.
Hinds and Albert Hammond Jr. live at Terminal West
Spanish garage rockers Hinds and one of the great guitarists of the 2000s combined for a coheadlining bill worth its salt, playing to an Atlanta crowd that had equal amounts of adoration for both.
See Palm and The Spirit of the Beehive at The Mammal Gallery
Snail Mail and Shame Rock The Masquerade
Two of indie rock’s quickest rising acts, the Matador-signed Snail Mail and the British punk outfit Shame played a bill that many will be regretting missing out on in the years to come.
See the duo Sylvan Esso at The Tabernacle
One of indie pop’s most popular acts for several years, the wife and husband duo Sylvan Esso found magic in the energy of a sold-out room in Atlanta.
MGMT at Coca-Cola Roxy
Having recently surpassed a decade of notoriety, the Connecticut-originating synthpop group took the road show behind their newest effort Little Dark Age to Atlanta, mixing their old hits with newer choices.
MGMT Play Brooklyn Steel
Get your tickets now for the May 7th show at the Fillmore Auditorium.
Son Lux at Brooklyn Steel
Shame with Cult Objects at Cousin Danny’s
Last Thursday, the British quintet Shame put on a unforgettable sweat-soaked set in secret Philly venue Cousin Danny’s. The floor bent to nearly a breaking-point and the young group led an excitable crowd through an ear-crushing set. Philly’s own Cult Objects opened with their own rock magic that got the crowd revved up.
Moby plays Rough Trade
The evening consisted mostly of his most recent album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt. He made sure to play some crowd pleasers like Porcelain, Natural Blues, Extreme Ways, Go! & Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad which made the show so special. Even appropriately dedicated We Are All Made Of Stars to a pioneer in quantum mechanics, Stephen Hawking, who died recently.
Nada Surf at Brooklyn Steel
“Let Go” played in order from start to finish.
Kristin Hersh and Grant-Lee Phillips live at Boot & Saddle
Kristin Hersh and Grant-Lee Phillips put on a wonderful dual-headlining show at Boot & Saddle in Philadelphia last Wednesday. Both brought out the hits and some newer material, enchanting a riveted crowd.
Lucy Dacus at The Earl
One of indie rock’s hottest names at the moment, Virginia-bred singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus proved that the hype behind her first two records is more than justified, delivering a lengthy set but never wavering in clarity of voice. Backed by an enthusiastic and capable band of her peers, Dacus might be one of the more exciting acts on the spring touring circuit.