If you’re looking for an alternative holiday playlist from the typical Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston go-to’s, look no further. Here is a festive collection featuring your favorite indie/alt bands to rock your fuzzy slipper socks off.
End of the year lists are a time-honored tradition in music journalism, but these lists are for more than just telling you that your favorite bands suck -- they give you an opportunity to atone for your sins and find better music.
As 2018 wraps up for Bullet Music's photo team, we want to take a look back at a year full of hard work, great photos and tons of fun. Our photographers were able to shoot some of the biggest names in music, and now it’s time to celebrate them!
Amelia’s empowering presence is going to make her a force in the music world. From the fierce determination she has shown since she was a child, to her calm, understanding view of anxiety and the pressures of modern life, Amelia has the ability to make you feel simultaneously comfortable and restless.
R&B Forever was a unique and refreshing idea. Instead of just another traveling tour stop, it promised to be an event for the city’s R&B fans. Unfortunately, the concept didn’t translate to reality, and the execution was clumsy.
What’s more southern than a family tradition? Nothing. That’s what. And in keeping with tradition, Blackberry Smoke took over The Tabernacle on Black Friday for their annual Brothers and Sisters Holiday Homecoming.
Porno for Pyros have spoken about a reunion at some point. Since they managed to get themselves back together in 2009, albeit briefly, they is a huge chance they will hit the touring circuit over the coming years.
Afropunk makes its way back down to Atlanta for its third year October 13-14. The two-day festival will feature some of the cultures most eclectic and talented artists as well as through provoking activations and discussions.