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Concert review: Indie pop nirvana with the Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Craft Spells at Off Broadway, Friday, August 5
It was an ebullient evening of music -- the kind everyone has already fallen in love with -- as the Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Craft Spells gathered worshipers of pop to Off Broadway.
Concert review: The Black Lips (with Flaming Death Trap and Night Beats) give the Firebird an indie rock workout, Thursday, August 4
"I'm not going for a run," I told myself after I got home from work. "I'm going to see the Black Lips tonight." As a seasoned Black Lips show attendee, I knew how off the wall the Atlanta foursome's concerts…
Concert review: Cults (with Writer and Guards) come into their own, and then some, at the Firebird, Wednesday, August 3
Retro indie-pop band Cults has come a long way since its sparsely attended performance at the Luminary a year ago.
Concert review: Hanging out in the Apop basement with the Coathangers, Wednesday, August 3
Last night the Coathangers battled through screeching mikes and a late start to fill the basement of Apop Records with their special brand of dance party punk.
Concert review: Eric Johnson, a genuine guitar hero, at the Old Rock House, Tuesday, August 2
Last night, Eric Johnson proved the rock-guitar solo is not dead. It's just been underground, lurking in the hearts of guitar players who frequent music stores.
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