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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.

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.

Count Vaseline “Tales From The Megaplex”

New musick

Review: Bon Iver at Fox Theatre

With most of the 4,000-plus in attendance enraptured in their seats

Flying Lotus at The Tabernacle

Experimental hip-hop producer brings his 3D projections and jazz-inspired works to a diverse and engaged crowd, playing both music from his personal catalog and from his works as a producer for hire.

AFROPUNK “Carnival Of Consciousness” in Atlanta 2017

The two-day festival made its return to Atlanta, boasting talent from every end of the musical spectrum.

Beach Slang with Pet Symmetry at The Masquerade

One of the purest rock and roll bands working today, Beach Slang blends sincerity with driving force, often playing exhilarating sets of straight-faced, emotional rock songs. Chicago-based pop punk supergroup Pet Symmetry joins them on their current tour, providing a more tongue-in-cheek adrenaline jolt to balance out the ends of the emotional spectrum.

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.

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.

Julien Baker with Half Waif at The Masquerade

On the first night of tour, the 22-year old singer/songwriter enraptured a crowd of devoted fans who sang back nearly every word of her first album and watched and listened with deep respect as she introduced several songs from her forthcoming sophomore effort Turn Out The Lights. With violin accompaniment provided by Camille Faulkner and opening support from Half Waif, Baker’s tour promises to continue being one of the more engrossing live experiences of the fall season.

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

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