Neo-psychedelia

Passion Pit at Terminal 5

Passion Pit made a long overdue & triumphant return to NYC. It was great to see Michael in such great spirits thriving off of the crowd. Nothing but the hits made it a wonderfully nostalgic night.

Pure Mids, “Under the Cover”

A Fluent Piece of Work

The Dream Syndicate with Richard Lloyd at The Bowery Ballroom

The Dream Syndicate rocked the socks off of the crowd hungry for music from their first album in 30 years (How Did I Find Myself Here?) as well as their classics.

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

Blasteroid “Death of a Lobster”

A wacky headbanger.

The War on Drugs with Land of Talk at The Tabernacle

Philadelphia’s most popular dad rock group plays hits both new and old to a sold-out Atlanta crowd.

The Meadows Music and Arts Festival 2017 Day 3!

An experience that will not be forgotten

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