Photo Credit: Anne Yarbrough
This Is the Life, the debut album by local psych-pop outfit Blue Blood, has been a long time in the making. After several delays, the record is finally set to hit stores tomorrow, Tuesday, Apr. 28 via Atlanta label This Is American Music.
For a taste of what to expect from This Is the Life, check out an exclusive stream of one of the album's standout tracks, the airy, anthemic "Money to Lose":
To say that Athens/South Carolina rapper Donny Knottsville (formerly of Classic City hip hop crews Deaf Judges and Mad Axes) is prolific is to understate his output over the past several months.
First, in October 2014, he hit us with Brainiac Frankenstein, a solid selection of DIY-backpacker jammers that featured Athens musicians like Sienna Chandler and Knottsville's former partner in crime Louie Larceny. In March, he dropped Red Dirt White Light, a sneering, low-end heavy follow-up.
Nearly lost in the shuffle was Hoof Beats, a February mixtape that featured Knottsville rapping over a backdrop consisting entirely of samples taken from the songs of the great Bay Area avant-rock group Deerhoof.
The band recently took to Twitter to congratulate Knottsville on a job well done:
Since the release of last year's Sunswimmer (Flagpole review), Athens rockers New Madrid have pounded the pavement with a seemingly nonstop slew of tour dates. Now, the group is offering up documentation of their time on the road in the form of a Record Store Day exclusive release.
HBO's noirish crime drama "True Detective" returns this June for a second season starring Vince Vaughn, Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch, and the Internet is very excited about it.
Photo Credit: Todd Roeth
To enter, tell us why you deserve to go for free in the comments below. We'll choose two winners Friday at 2:30 p.m.
Photo Credit: Jason Thrasher
Nuci's Space has begun construction on the St. Mary's steeple, a project Flagpole reported on last November, and which was partially funded via an IndieGoGo campaign. As you might expect, media attention has once again been focused on the structure, which famously marks the site of R.E.M.'s first-ever public performance in April 1980.
Photo Credit: Photo via Facebook
Page 1 of 129, showing 8 posts out of 1028 total, starting on # 1, ending on 8