We learned more about the challenges of running a major EDM festival and get ready for 2017 with Imagine Music Festival organizers Glenn and Madeleine Goodhand.
Founder and owner of Moonshine Music and Arts Festival, Bryan French, shares with us how he got started and what to expect from this years big event.
Take a look at some of the artists we're most excited to see at the upcoming 2000trees festival in Gloucestershire, UK.
Lake Street Dive gets classy and sassy at Haw River Ballroom. Photos by Ashley Acker for Bullet Music.
Adron croons her way through an evening at Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA. Photos by Stephanie Heath for Bullet Music.
Revived after a successful GoFundMe campaign, Ohio band McCafferty deliver an EP of two halves - both of them good.
Mike Posner plays an emotional secret show at Nashville's Luxurious L27 Rooftop Bar sponsored by i106.7 FM.
A native Atlantan shares her perception of the Texas music scene after a recent move halfway across the country.
We chatted with Reuben Bidez before his stellar performance on Who Stage at Bonnaroo. He talks about the differences in the Atlanta and Nashville music scenes and his new song "Too Many Alarms."
T.I., the "King" of trap music hosts his Grand Hustle Gang at Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre.
Sweet Tea Trio is a true southern bunch. Read about their late night antics at Waffle House and playing on the CMA stage for the first time.
Americana Music Award winning rock/folk artist James McMurtry talks his latest tour, songwriting, and gives us insight on what it takes to survive and thrive 30 years in the business.
We talk with Arkells at Bunbury about their latest music, why they play at festivals, and decompressing after a long stretch on the road.
We chatted with The Front Bottoms and talked about their couch man and their first ever Bonnaroo performance.
We sat down with all four members of the dreamy-alt indie group Klangstof after their Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival performance.
We talked to Shlump about the bass scene for lables and artists, and about his plans for the future.
We caught up with Tsimba at his recent show at Aisle 5 to discuss his collaborations with Deez and his plans for the rest of 2017.
Girlpool provides a minimal and passionate set of rock tunes at The Masquerade.
The latest iteration of the Grateful Dead, Dead and Company, headed by Bob Weir and John Mayer, rolls into Lakewood Amphitheatre to prove that the Dead ain't dead yet.
It was a night of broken strings and high-quality emo at Southampton's The Joiners, as Above The Waters Promotions delivered a stacked line-up.
Bay-area music veterans, Rays, take over 529 in East Atlanta. Photos by Sarah Htun for Bullet Music.
Across two days spent on the Isle Of Wight, we witness fun for all ages while receiving a much-needed reminder as to music's place in our day-to-day lives on the mainland.
Read about our journey to Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival where headliners like U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Weeknd drew us in for a weekend of love, dust, and music.
Iron Maiden and the Book of Souls tour take over Bridgestone Arena in Nashville with a memorable Mayan stage theme.
Smallpools have released their first new music since 2015 in the form of an addicting new single, "Million Bucks."
Erick Morillo and Tocayo play at Gold Room in Atlanta. The article details nightlife, the crowd, and venue experience for the performance. Music is the answer!
Paul Levine uses what he's learned throughout the years to produce some the country's best music events at Spirit of Suwannee Music Park, including the upcoming Clusterpluck!
Blossoms and opener Wilderado play heartfelt sets, and Blossoms talks to us about everything from Stockport to synths.
Chance The Rapper gives Atlanta an uplifting and engaging performance, never losing sight of his faith in the process.
The Dirty Heads perform a sold-out show while still managing to illuminate the St. Augustine Amphitheatre along with Anastasia Island.