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Music Issue

Music Issue


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Thursday June 7, 2018 03:25 pm EDT
The 'Weapons of Our Ancestors' rapper knows when and where he first heard 'The Marshall Mathers' LP | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 02:53 pm EDT
'1-800-PAIN' and 'Only Operator' are a testament for an otherworldly future | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 01:21 pm EDT
The Atlanta rapper is preparing to take over the summer | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 01:19 pm EDT
The violinist juggles music, activism, and family | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 12:47 pm EDT
Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast makes My Parent’s Basement a pinball inferno | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 12:39 pm EDT
The rising artist combines queer and black identity with pop excess | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 12:38 pm EDT
The Alice In Chains singer reflects on a life in music | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 12:25 pm EDT
Mammal Gallery and Eyedrum face the end of an era | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 12:01 pm EDT
529, the Buckhead Theatre, Masquerade, and Philips Arena get a facelift | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 12:00 pm EDT
The Fox Theatre, City Winery, and Chosewood Ballroom offer patrons a new experience | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 11:59 am EDT
‘Satellites’ deluxe reaches new heights of acoustic soul | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 10:09 am EDT
Joseph Arthur begins again with ‘Arthur Buck’ | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 09:50 am EDT
5. The Cure: Disintegration. This album came out in 1989, but I never really gave it the attention it deserved until college. It wasn’t new to me by any means, but I hit kind of a weird, dreary, sad-girl phase. My roommate thought there was something wrong with me because I played this record so much. While Disintegration is pretty introspective and gloomy, it also holds a tinge of joy. I read... | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 07:24 am EDT

5. The Strokes, Is This It: This record defines the course of rock ’n' roll in the early 2000s. They were a mainstream fuck-off to the boy bands and corporate crap of the time, and it made rock music popular again. Each track sounds so New York City — makes me want to be there, right now, just talking about it.  

4. The Rolling Stones, Their Satanic Majesties Request: Everyone hates this...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 07:00 am EDT
The ‘Woo$ah’ rapper brings soulful notoriety to Atlanta hip-hop | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 05:00 am EDT
Leo Heikkila is reclaiming rave culture with a groove for the disaffected | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 04:59 am EDT
Raising the bar high for Atlanta hardcore | more...

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Thursday June 7, 2018 04:57 am EDT
Mastodon joins the fight to update decades-old mechanical royalties laws | more...

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Tuesday June 5, 2018 03:50 pm EDT
Jennifer Zuiff's forthcoming EP reflects transformation through ballads and pop movements | more...

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Tuesday June 5, 2018 12:05 pm EDT
FRQ NCY, Kozmic, Ployd, and Canvas shake up Atlanta nightlife | more...

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Tuesday June 5, 2018 12:00 am EDT
The Omni singer and bass player on drinking Grizzes, his pivotal moments amid an ever-changing city, and reality vs. the perceptions of life as a working musician | more...

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Monday June 12, 2017 02:38 pm EDT
The soul singer and musician breaks down his love- and lust-filled hits | more...

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Monday June 12, 2017 04:55 am EDT
A great big experience is the name of the game for this fun-loving foursome | more...

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Sunday June 11, 2017 06:12 pm EDT
The battle for equality and a more enlightened future starts here | more...

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Saturday June 10, 2017 07:14 pm EDT
J.I.D, Jade Poppyfield, Russell Gunn, Charolastra and more set the stage for the coming year | more...