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Dose with the single “Furniture”

“Furniture” is available now via A Turntable Friend.

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.

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.

Ven, “Meditate”

“One word popped into my mind. Meditate.”

Q&A: Lucille Furs, “Pink Noise”


Mind Monogram, “Hedberg”

“Hedberg” is the second single from the upcoming LP Ivory Hall, releasing in the Spring of 2018.

VSTRS – Annmaria


Jhene Aiko and Willow Smith at Irving Plaza

Jhene Aiko brought special guest Willow Smith to Irving Plaza for a stop on the TRIP Tour. “I’m not trying to be perfection, I’m just trying to make connections” she did just that last night captivating the crowd with a fully immersive trip. OLLA (Only Lovers Left Alive) was a jaaaaaam to close out the night with.

LCD Soundsystem at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

The second night of a two-night run.

Grizzly Bear at The Tabernacle

The indie rock mainstays, touring off the recently released Painted Ruins, made a stop in Atlanta this past week. Delivering a powerhouse, nearly two-hour long set consisting of as many old standards as newer songs, Grizzly Bear made a strong case for why they remain one of the genre’s most respected outfits.

Grizzly Bear at The Fillmore

Indie-rockers stunned on a wet autumn night

LCD Soundsystem with Big Freedia at Coca-Cola Roxy

Back from the dead, James Murphy and company played the first of two sold-out nights behind American Dream, dazzling with new material from that record while culling from one of the more exciting back catalogs in all of indie music. New Orleans bounce queen Big Freedia opened, setting the table for a weekend-length dance party.

The xx with Perfume Genius live at Coca-Cola Roxy

Touring off the recent release of their third album I See You and fresh off a jam-packed main stage summer festival run, the London-based mood setters played a comparatively intimate show for a sold-out crowd at Atlanta’s newest large-sized concert venue. With opening support from the overqualified indie pop stalwart Perfume Genius, this run of shows has one of the better billings of the fall season.

Depeche Mode bring their Brit-pop to the SAP Center

An epic night of newer and classic tracks.

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