Sidney is lead photographer for Bullet. She is majoring in Photography at Georgia State. Sidney likes to tweet a lot, mostly about dogs, football and music. Her favorite past times are snapchatting her dogs and being dramatic. Also, Moe's is better than Chipotle. Don't @ her.
Chicago natives Company of Thieves are less of a band and more of an attitude about life and music. In the words of frontwoman Genevieve Schatz, “Thieves give you a feelin’,” and after a three-year hiatus, the feeling is back.
The best of the best photos from the Bullet Music photographers throughout 2017.
Portugal. The Man plays a moody set at Radio 105.7's Holiday Spectacular at Coca Cola Roxy.
The Maine brought Modern Nostalgia and a positive atmosphere to the Masquerade and talked to us about songwriting, cruise ships and the end of Warped Tour.
Fall Out Boy brought back teenage memories for a less than packed out Philips Arena.
Jack Johnson returns to Atlanta for the first time in three years.
We don't know how to "Float On" without Modest Mouse at Coca Cola Roxy in Atlanta.
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.
Mike Floss is a 25-year-old hip-hop artist from Nashville, TN. who performed on Day 1 at Sloss Music & Arts Festival. We had the chance to speak with the independent artist who is releasing his album this fall.
The Black Lips put on a memorable rock show at Variety Playhouse.
I the Victor helps us "Stay Posi" with an energetic show at Masquerade that marks the release of her new EP, Jackal. Photos by Sidney Spear for Bullet Music
T.I., the "King" of trap music hosts his Grand Hustle Gang at Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre.
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.
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.
The Orwells played a raucous show at Terminal West in Atlanta, but the set is only a small part of the story.
Photo gallery of Lil Wayne taking over the Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre in Atlanta.
Silversun Pickups, along with opening band Kiev, played an unforgettable show at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta.
After playing an amazing set at Masquerade, Beach Weather drummer, Austin Scates, gives us an impromptu interview in a stairwell.
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
The Red Hot Chili Peppers give a technically impressive and surprisingly psychedelic performance.
The Decemberists and their opener, Julien Baker, all put on an amazing display of musicianship at the Fox Theater in Atlanta.
The Unlikely Candidates share childhood stories, wedding advice, and their global video for "Ringer."
Hippo Campus' epic performance at The Masquerade made for a night worth remembering
Bad Suns set The Loft on fire with guests From Indian Lakes.
Young The Giant gives an unbelievable two-night performance at The Tabernacle.
The Head and The Heart impress a sold-out crowd at the Tabernacle with Americana-tinged grace and showmanship.
City and Colour performs a set in Atlanta and an astronaut robot danced with opening band, Greyhounds.
Lake Street Dive gave us an unforgettable show and an amazing interview, but their fans left a bad taste in our mouths.