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Beach House Performed at the Signal

Beach House was at The Signal in Chattanooga, TN for a performance.

See Khruangbin at Terminal West

he Houston-based trio brought their Thai funk-inspired psychedelic sound to a sold-out crowd that made a midsized venue feel like an outdoor festival stage in the middle of summer.

See Turnover with Mannequin Pussy at The Masquerade

The very popular “dream pop for scene kids” band made their second stop in Atlanta over the past six months, playing new songs and old. With the great punk outfit Mannequin Pussy in tow, the show was an exercise in contrasts, the crowd enjoying every bit of it.

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

Philadelphia-based experimental art rockers Palm and Spirit of The Beehive each brought their very unique sounds to a receptive Southern crowd.

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.

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.

Spoon live at Buckhead Theatre

The indie rock stalwarts are still packing houses two decades into their storied career, this time behind newest record Hot Thoughts. Britt Daniel and company remain one of the most compelling live rock bands in the game, relying on a very deep back catalog and an ever enthusiastic fanbase.

Jay Electronica at Center Stage

One of contemporary hip hop’s greatest enigmas, Jay Electronica, spent one of the nights on a very short tour bringing his signature style of lyrically dense rapping to a crowd that ate out of his hand every step of the way.

A$AP FERG at the Tabernacle

The A$AP Mob’s second biggest star took his Mad Man tour to Atlanta, bringing along a pair of live feed cameras and an unmatched sense of enthusiasm.

St. Vincent with Tuck & Patti live at The Tabernacle

One of contemporary rock music’s brightest beacons, Annie Clark’s latest touring performance has been drawing rave reviews for placing the focus on her singular ability to carry a room in the palm of her hand. Her Atlanta MASSEDUCTION stop was no different, with the sold-out crowd even showing up mostly early to catch the jazz guitar stylings of her uncle and aunt, Tuck & Patti, who opened the show.

Phoebe Bridgers with Soccer Mommy at Aisle 5

Rising LA-based singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers played one of many sold-out shows on her first headlining tour to a reverent crowd in Atlanta, with the Nashville-based indie rock act Soccer Mommy in tow.

WHY? with Open Mike Eagle at Terminal West

Indie rap/rock polymath Yoni Wolf brought the touring WHY? band with him for a stirring night of songs from the project’s deep discography, accompanied by burgeoning underground star Open Mike Eagle.

Jason Isbell live at The Fox Theatre

One of the country’s preeminent songwriters, Jason Isbell and his band The 400 Unit brought the house down for the second sold-out night of a two-night stand at a historic music venue in downtown Atlanta.

John Maus at The EARL

The multi-faceted and highly energetic synthpop icon John Maus brought his current tour to a sold-out and adoring crowd in Atlanta, playing songs new and old alike.
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