This weekend, A’Rippin Productions celebrates their 3rd-year anniversary with a 2-day concert (August 18-19), at Star Bar in Little 5 Points, appropriately named, Deaf From Above. If that name didn't give it away, here's your last fair warning: The bands listed are prone to getting loud.
We had a great time interviewing Pigeons Playing Ping Pong at The Peach Festival. They had a very busy weekend playing Peach and two shows out in Colorado. We can't wait for their Halloween Bash at Terminal West in Atlanta this fall.
Evolfo will be headling ToeJam 421 Festival this weekend in Milton, NY. The profit will go towards a scholarship for a student to pursue a future in music and arts.
Papadosio is as authentic as they come. Sit in on our interview with the band as we get to know them a little better.
The Peach Fest delivers a groovy and emotional weekend of jam bands, collaborations, and tributes to the late Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks.
808 Fest curates talent to show Atlanta's diversity in music, venues, and audiences; blazing a path across the clubs of Atlanta with a massive lineup of bass music in all the best styles.
Check out these great shots of Waxahatchee at Terminal West in Atlanta.
A grassroots country music festival in Houston returns for its second year.
Michael Franti and Spearhead share their stage with fans at Variety Playhouse
Houston pop band, Polaroid Summer, sits down at Beyond the Pines Fest to discuss new music and the evolution of their sound.
When it comes to music, we don't like to cut corners. The modern age of digital music streaming has brought us so much more variety, but there is still value in holding a personal collection of audio files.
John Mayer's recent stop in Atlanta was a sell out jamfest, but what five things did it tell us about his tour as a whole?
Jon Stickley Trio discusses the art of music fusion, their love for festivals, and the future of music collaborations and potential new genres.
WarLok and St. Larok join forces to produce "The Passion," the first single off of WarLok's upcoming 1997 EP.
Active on the music scene since 2011, the eccentric Atlanta rapper invited us into his home/cathedral of 90's pop culture to chat about his experiences in the Atlanta music scene and why the future is VHS.
Image from Michale Myerz music video "Dust Cop" directed by Trent Tomlinson
Escaper, a Brooklyn-based post-rock/space-funk-fusion quintet talks to Bullet about improvisation, live shows, and the evolution of their music.
Dead 27s are a rock-n-roll band infused with a classic soul sound who are full of energy and consistently delivering a fun filled set. We chatted about Charleston's music scene and taking advantage of opportunities.
Wyclef Jean visits Bullet Music in Atlanta before his show at Terminal West to discuss racial profiling, gentrification, immigration issues, and his upcoming album Carnival III out on Sept. 15. Film by Vince Gulino.
Relive the magic of the 90s with Blondie's performance at Chastain Amphitheatre Park in Atlanta.
Flashback to a fantastic show with SWMRS and All Time Low at The Tabernacle. Photos by Elyssa Velez for Bullet Music.
um.. are back with a deeper take on bass with their new collaborative EP made with yunis, Sumthin Sumthin, Great Dane, and Yheti.
TroyBoi's latest single is energetic and bouncy. We hope this is a sign of more to come from him soon.
Motivated by the death of Chester Bennington, bands are getting together to put on a mental health benefit on August 11. All proceeds will go to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.
Nickelback sings to a diverse crowd of different shades of sunburned white as far as the eye could see...
The Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA promises a special tribute to the Allman Bros during this year's festivities.
From Kraftwerk and New Order to Grimes and CHVRCHES, join us as we go through some of the many key players and events that shaped the genre of synthpop.
Michelle Branch brings back memories at Lincoln Theater in Raleigh, NC.
A music filled weekend on the mountain featuring St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Thievery Corporation, Leftover Salmon, and Keller Williams outshined the rainiest of days.
We caught up with Judah & The Lion during Sloss Music & Arts Festival to chat about their appearance in Rolling Stone, Nashville's music scene, and Peyton Manning.
DJ Shadow plays classic hip hop in Atlanta on his tour supporting his latest album, The Mountain Will Fall. Tour support provided by Teeko, who impressed the Center Stage audience.