Hamilton Leithauser at Terminal West
The crooner, formerly of The Walkmen and currently touring behind his collaborative album with former Vampire Weekend member Rostam, charmed a captivated Atlanta audience with a full band behind him.
Open Mike Eagle at Aisle 5
The Chicago-bred alternative rapper traffics in a hyper-focused brand of witty but sociologically trenchant rhymes, while operating as a live performer with a significant amount of traditional MC energy.
White Reaper at The Masquerade
From the garages of Louisville to the stages of the Southeast, White Reaper has proven themselves to be one of the most capable and reliably fun live rock bands in the country. Touring behind the recently released The World’s Best American Band, the band played a set to an amped-up Atlanta crowds.
See Alvvays perform live at Terminal West
Canadian indie-pop rising stars continued a run of sold-out shows off of the strength of sophomore record Anticsocialites, working the crowd into a frenzy with melodic and undeniably catchy songs.
Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett Live from the Fox Theatre
the talented two play songs off their new record “Lotta Sea Lice”
Odesza Plays the Valley View Casino Center
They really amped up the production, bringing out the pyrotechnics, lasers, confetti and drummers.
The xx with Perfume Genius live at Coca-Cola Roxy
Phoenix plays live with Lo Moon at the College Street Music Hall
Truly some of the best live bands out there.
Oh Wonder plays SOMA San Diego
An incredible headlining show at SOMA
The National and Daughter play the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Julien Baker with Half Waif at The Masquerade
Depeche Mode bring their Brit-pop to the SAP Center
An epic night of newer and classic tracks.
Future Islands Uplifts Brooklyn Steel
Tour ends December 19th, you still have time.
Hundred Waters Live and In Portrait at The EARL
The LA-based trio, also known for curating one of the most diverse music festivals in North America, dazzled a packed house with their singular blend of electronic and classical sound
Daughter and The National live at Forest Hills Stadium
The National promoting “Sleep Well Beast,” their record released earlier this year.