George Lewis Jr., the creative mind behind indie pop act Twin Shadow, performed his new album Eclipse this past Friday, Mar. 27, at Terminal West. In the first few moments of the night, Lewis embraced […]
This past Tuesday, Feb. 11, at Terminal West, the up-and-coming band Phox charmed a friendly audience with their alternative folk/indie pop melodies. Hailing from Baraboo, Wisconsin, the seven-member group includes instrumentalists ranging from piano, guitar, […]
Computer-generated matchmaking has been around since the 1960s. Students at Harvard created one of the first programs called “Operation Match” that helped other students find dates. In 1965, an accountant and programmer in New York […]
Self-help writer Thomas Moore said, “We need people in our lives with whom we can be as open as possible. To have real conversations with people may seem like such a simple, obvious suggestion, but […]
Ice: 1. Water in its solid state. 2. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement 3: Part of O’Shea Jackson and Tracy Lauren Marrow’s stage names. Ice is refreshing on a sticky summer day in Atlanta, life […]
Last Friday, March 29, at the Hinman Research Building, the “Archies” took a night off of studio for the biennial Beaux Arts Ball. The costume ball originated in 19th century Paris with ornately designed floats […]
At The Drunken Unicorn this past Thursday, the band Champagne Room harmoniously hypnotized Atlanta locals with their genuine lyrics and foot tapping swing tunes. With matching sports coats and a lead saxophone player, Champagne Room […]
Tuesday, October 9th marked the anniversary of music legend John Lennon’s birthday, and the performance that night at the Tabernacle did this pioneer proud. Headlining the show was the alternative rock band Silversun Pickups with openers Atlas Genius and Cloud Nothings.