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Tag Archives: Pop
Jimi Somewhere is a 22-year-old hip-hopish artist who grew up . . .
Goodbye 20th Century: Peter Stampfel Bids It a Fond Farewell, . . .
The discerning archivists at Light in the Attic Records have . . .
Larkin Poe have sprinkled a few renditions of old blues . . .
Prince’s 1987 album Sign O’ the Times endured a convoluted . . .
Country-pop trio Lady Antebellum are unintentionally providing a teachable moment . . .
The Georgia Flood were a blues-rock band that played around . . .
Alone Again, or…? For Gilbert O’Sullivan, It’s All About the . . .
There’s a long history of important songs being tucked away . . .
Not a Kid Anymore: A Girl Called Eddy is a . . .
Tommy Roe: The Original Cabbagetown Kid Throughout the ‘50s and . . .
Atlanta’s Quiet Hounds have earned a reputation in recent years . . .
For a long time, many fans had resigned themselves to . . .
With the release of his fifth album 1999 in October . . .
I preface this review by saying I’m not a huge . . .
Consummate musician Yonrico Scott, a multifaceted talent whose remarkable percussion . . .
Even when his music strays from country or Southern rock, . . .
It’s acceptable to like Fleetwood Mac and Journey now, but . . .
Girl’s Got Talent: Basking in the Foreverglow with Lindsey Stirling . . .
You don’t usually make a big public deal about it, . . .
Atlanta-based electro-pop trio Reptile Room’s debut album, Jade, arrives Aug. . . .
Shakespears Sister is a name that hasn’t occupied our headspace . . .
Glen Campbell’s 2003 box set The Legacy: 1961-2002 no longer tells a . . .
Starbenders seem more like a modeling agency than a band, . . .
Mattiel has graduated from Burger Records to Dave Matthews’ ATO . . .
We’ve known Ruby Velle as the vivacious vocalist for Atlanta . . .
It’s been about 18 years since anyone could claim to . . .