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For five decades guitarist/vocalist Richard Thompson has championed both traditional and contemporary folk music, first with the innovative Fairport Convention, then with his ex-wife Linda, and for the last 30+ years as a respected solo artist. His performances are characterized by his dazzling guit... | more...

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The Rock*A*Teens are a long-standing bastion of the old school Cabbagetown sound. Crafting a dreary-happy atmosphere that aligns the group with the spectre of now mythic acts such as Smoke, the Opal Foxx Quartet, the Jody Grind, and more, Chris Lopez and Co. have been cranking frazzled songs from th... | more...

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A rising force of nature on the city’s singer/songwriter scene. Rose Hotel’s songs blend soft rock, folk, and indie sensibilities creating a delicate yet powerful and evocative ambiance.



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RÜFÜS DU SOL have emerged as one of the world's preeminent live electronic acts. The Australian three-piece, comprised of members Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George and James Hunt, have released two platinum-certified albums, ATLAS and Bloom, with their newly unveiled third album Solace ushering in a new ... | more...

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Started in 2001, with founder members Beto Xavier , Helder Zanella and Gean Carlo, this band has a few bumps on its journey. After a dormant 8 years, this band reignited their musical spark with other members such as Felipe Zanella, Bob Chiappetta and Julis Speed. They cliam that their main goal is ... | more...

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Sander van Dijck, better known by his stage name San Holo, is a Dutch DJ, musician, record producer and composer from Zoetermeer. He gained international recognition for his remix of Dr. Dre's "The Next Episode", which currently has over 175 million views on YouTube. | more...

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Seersha is an Atlanta based songwriter, recording artist and producer. To maintain the highest level of creative control, she wrote and produced her own songs in Ableton. Her music is a combination of ATL-influenced drums, reto-future synths and textural vocals. | more...

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Slow Parade is a three piece indie-folk band from Atlanta, consisting of lead vocalist and guitarist Matthew Pendrick, bassist and vocalist Andrea DeMarcus, and drummer and keyboardist Paul Stevens. | more...

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At just 19 years old, Snail Mail?s singer, songwriter, and guitarist Lindsey Jordan leads indie-rock?s newest generation of performers with effortless swagger and artistry. Full of flourishing riffs, swooning vocals, and choruses, Snail Mail?s Lush (Matador) presents Jordan in her element ? a new, e... | more...

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Vibraphonist-composer Stefon Harris is heralded as “one of the most important young artists in jazz (The Los Angeles Times).” He is unquestionably developing what will be a long and extraordinary career.


Stefon Harris’ passionate artistry, energetic stage presence, and astonishing virtuosity have ... | more...

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STONE SENATE is a 5 piece contemporary Southern Rock band hailing from Nashville,Tennessee. With collective musical influences as varied as hard rock, bluegrass, funk, metal, and classic country, STONE SENATE, has often been compared to such classic acts as the Allman Brothers and a heavier Lynyrd S... | more...

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From the Swimming Pool Q's current website: Founded in Atlanta in 1978, The Swimming Pool Q’s were among the first generation of Georgia’s celebrated New Wave bands that included THE B-52’s, THE BRAINS, PYLON and R.E.M. When original members Jeff Calder and Bob Elsey were joined by Anne Richmond Bos... | more...

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TeleVision After Death is an Atlanta-based trip hop, outfit featuring members of Withered and ex-Sons of Tonatiah.



John Holloway aka Holiday: Keyboards
John O'Reagan aka Lil John: bass and vocals
Dan Caycedo: guitar and vocals

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COTT AND SETH AVETT were born in Cheyenne, WY and Charlotte, N.C. (respectively) and raised in Concord, North Carolina. They began with dreams of rock/pop stardom (Scott) and astronaut adventures (Seth). Eventually, they abandoned those dreams for the more attainable goals of folk and old-time stard... | more...

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The Brains was an Atlanta based band active in the late 1970s and early 1980s featuring Tom Gray. Tom went on to form the Blues band Delta Moon. | more...

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The Dave Wakeling-led arm of the English Beat returns to celebrate its first release of original material in 30 years, Here We Go Love. The new tracks are a return to form, combining elements of reggae, punk, and soul, and fit seamlessly within a setlist sure to include ska classics ?Mirror In The B... | more...

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The Foothill Brothers are an acoustic duo hailing from the Southeast. With their music rooted in genres such as Americana and Bluegrass, they tend to experiment and integrate genres such as Folk, Jazz, R&B and Funk. This duo combine the guitar and the mandolin in quiry and creative ways. | more...

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In 2006, drummer-turned-songwriter Kim Ware purchased a beat-up guitar at an Atlanta antique shop, and soon after, the Good Graces was born. Pouring out melodic tales of heartache and hope, Ware and the Good Graces have toured all across the country with their feisty rock beats and soulful southern ... | more...

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The Jake Bartley Band is a South Carolina based band that is the result of an all-star group of talented musicians and songwriters who have long awaited an opportunity to come together and create a fresh, soulful, yet roots oriented sound. The members of the band have each spent years traveling and ... | more...

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Though the boys from Boone are clothed more often than what their name might suggest, the party aspect to their name lives on in their boisterous live performances. Putting forth a raucous amalgamation somewhere at the crossroads of early Stones and ’60s psych-rock glory, the North Carolina quintet’... | more...

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Trumpeter/multi-instrumentalist Russell Gunn was born and raised in Illinois; weaned on rap, he turned to jazz in his professional pursuits, although hip-hop remained a primary influence on his work. First attracting the attention of critics and audiences through his contributions to Wynton Marsalis... | more...

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The Titos, an Atlanta-based band tries to define their music as 'suburban soul,' their music is a mix of rock, blues and soul. With deep lyrics to push their melodies ahead, they require a patient listner to dive into their genre. | more...



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