Bullet Music spoke to Atomyard at the 2017 III Points Festival and got the scoop on new music, his 2018 plans, and a potential skydive party.
Stephanie Luke of Atlanta punk band The Coathangers talks with Bullet about the band's latest EP Parasite and top Atlanta talent.
III Points 2017 had word of mouth hype surrounding exclusive performances from the likes of Gorillaz and The XX and, for the first time ever, had a sold-out year. We spent a weekend at the fest and found 2017 to be their year.
After treating the crowd to moody, drone-heavy jam session, psychedelic three-piece A Drug Called Tradition spoke to us about their debut full-length album, Medicine Music, as well as their future plans.
Since Leaving Atlanta, Gentlemen Jesse has been somewhat dormant of late. Life obligations catch up to us all. Luckily for us, we managed to catch up with Jesse Smith during Project Pabst 2017.
The Tabernacle hosts an unprecedentedly cohesive crowd as Thievery Corporation curates a culturally diverse set.
Conor Oberst plays his guitar for music lovers in Nashville at Marathon Music Works.
In This Moment puts on a spooky show during the Half Devil Half God tour in Atlanta on Friday the 13th.
Have Mercy gives fans a wicked time at The Masquerade in Atlanta.
Boston Manor rockin' hard with fans at The Masquerade in Atlanta.
Before the start of their third UK tour, we hung out with Diet Cig to talk Europe, Harvard, and the importance of scene diversity.
We talked to Atlanta's favorite punk-playing sea birds, Seagulls, about Jabroni Fest and future plans.
Goldrush Music Festival announces themed stages as it prepares for the inaugural event in November.
Step into the wild side of classical musi with Okorie Johnson, Atlanta's finest cellist.
Photo gallery of Julien Baker performing at The Masquerade in Atlanta.
Kid Rock brought Gretchen Wilson along for the 3rd annual Fish Fry at The Woods at Fontanel. It was a night of beer, boobs, and America.
A3C Festival drew crowds to their 2017 event, delivering a conference of talks and panels followed by a music event of epic proportions.
The locals shined, the stars played, and the PBR kept a-flowing. Oh yeah, and Iggy Pop was there.
The debate as to whether song lyrics can be counted as poetry & literature has long since raged. We weigh in with some thoughts.
Alvvays delivers another outstanding show to Terminal West in Atlanta.
Songhoy Blues getting groovy with fans at The Basement East in Nashville.
Dive into our 23rd episode of BulletCast with Puma & Harry's "Rising Waters" mix. Listen along as we discuss their upcoming gig at III Points and weekly radio show on klangbox.fm.
We had a candid conversation with Com Truise (Seth) about his personal life and music.
RAC visited Atlanta and put on the ideal indie rock show for their fans at Terminal West.
We sat down with Will of Dälek to discuss music, politics, and culture. We talked about hip-hop history and where he draws inspiration for Dälek's unique sound.
The Tabernacle in Atlanta was filled with great performances last weekend, and none were greater than Manchester Orchestra.
Fans boogied along to Sunsquabi's feel-good music in Athens at the 40 Watt Club.
Nashville bumps along to YelaWolf's performance at Marathon Music Works.
Things get moody at U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC with Cigarettes After Sex.
PVRIS gives fans a rockin' time at the Marathon Music Works in Nashville.