Wanee Festival was full of love and remembrance after the passing of Butch Trucks earlier this year.
Learn about the upcoming Moogfest 2017 goals from Co-Creative Director, Emmy Parker (also the Brand Director for Moog Music) and discover new details about the protest stage.
The Maine played a high-energy show to a sold out Heaven at Masquerade. Before the show, singer John O'Callaghan and drummer Pat Kirch sat down to talk with us for a few minutes
With Slam Dunk 2017 quickly approaching, we take a closer look at the line-up and highlight our choice picks from an already stacked selection.
Big Wild played to a sold out Terminal West, but never ignited the crowd.
Kung Fu pleases the crowd at Smith's Olde Bar with stunning display of lethal funk technique!
Helpful hints for rockers attending this year's Carolina Rebellion in Charlotte.
Spafford is giving jam music a new name and on the rise in the scene. We got to see them play in Brooklyn earlier this month!
Bullet Music's staff reflects on artists we lost before we had the chance to catch them live. Check out our list of fourteen incredible talents from jazz, to country, rock, and reggae.
Southampton's The Talking Heads is treated to a night of spirited, gritty punk-rock by Philadelphia stalwarts The Menzingers on the opening night of the band's short European tour.
On their third LP, British bruisers Martyr Defiled offer up twelve tracks of crushing heaviness. We endured the assault and were more than impressed.
Kyle Hollingsworth Band and The Nth Power provide a late-night party 420 Fest party. A great time was had as people drank themselves down from a long day in the sun.
Steel Panther and their raunchy sex-crazed Girls In A Row tour grace Nashville with a night of hilarity, sex, and glam metal.
Cut Chemist shuts down Terminal West with an incredible DJ performance. Ployd goes late at Edgewood Speakeasy.
Happy Earth Day! These artists know being a musician is more than playing a song. It's about their communities and giving back.
In this episode of BulletCast, Franck Roger, a lover of old school Deep House, shares with us teenage experiences in the club scene in Paris and the visions for his label, Home Invasion.
Record Store Day is getting set to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Here's how you can participate.
Atlas Genius opens up for Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness on his Zombies in America Tour with a phenomenal performance.
Foxygen rocks Terminal West with their confident blend of '70s rock and Broadway show tunes.
Odesza could be releasing new music after a three-year drought. Maybe. Cryptic clues hint at new music, but some are still afraid to get their hopes up.
Riot Fest in Chicago debuts their 2017 lineup, and it's a wonderous sight to behold.
The Dancing Flames are a sub-group of The Atlanta Rock n' Roll All-stars. They offer us insight into the history of music in Georgia as well as some local show suggestions.
We created a Spotify playlist of 20 songs for you to get your smoke on and celebrate 4/20.
The bad news is the end might very well be near. The good news is that at least we can assure that you don’t go out listening to Adam Levine.
DJ Cassidy, alongside Atlanta native Lil Yachty and Australian vocalist GRACE, drop a video for the single, "Honor."
Charlotte natives Sinners & Saints are the epitome of genuine and humble humans with abounding talent, second only to their magnetic presence and limitless happiness.
We talk to Frameworks about his latest album, Kings, as he prepares to open the room for Desert Dwellers at Terminal West on April 28.
We talk with D.M.V.U. about his recent surge of success and his musical influences. Support from Doyle and Ives at Aisle 5.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers give a technically impressive and surprisingly psychedelic performance.