Here’s your TomorrowWorld Survival Guide


Here’s how to rock out and thrive at the region’s premiere EDM festival just outside the reach of civilization in the Chattahooche Hills. By DJ Marc J Cubs   Alright, so … a few months ago, your friends talked to you into going to this little event called TomorrowWorld. You have no idea what the event is besides being crazy ... Read More »

The good, the bad and the super gay at Music Midtown

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A chockfull lineup of amazing artists and a ton of LGBT family and friends make Music Midtown 2015 one for the ages.     By Marc J Cubs Rejoice – Music Midtown is finally here! Not that I’m looking forward to all the drunk shenanigans of college kids or the increasingly annoying crowds, but I’m totally stoked for this year’s ... Read More »

Fall divas: New music from Lana, Rihanna, Adele, Janet, more


By Elijah Sarkesian It’s the beginning of the craziest time of year, at least if you love movies, music, and/or television. This summer saw some massive totals at the box office, and Hollywood’s gearing up for both more large releases and indie projects vying for Oscar statues. With Grammy deadlines coming soon and Black Friday not far behind, the music ... Read More »

Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical Comes to Atlanta


By Dustin Shrader The critically acclaimed, “MIGHTY REAL: A FABULOUS SYLVESTER MUSICAL”, the hit musical that celebrates the life and music of the original 1970’s “QUEEN OF DISCO”, is coming to our very own Hotlanta for One Night Only. “’MIGHTY REAL’ tells the life story of Sylvester through HIS music HIS way. Beyond all the trials, tribulations, glitz and glamor ... Read More »

Dragon Con 2015! Unleash Your Geek!


By Jason Mietelski   With time off from work, you’re likely looking for ways to put some excitement into your Labor Day plans. There are a plethora of events happening in Atlanta this weekend, but nothing quite like Dragon Con 2015, the country’s largest and oldest gaming, comic and sci-fi convention. It’s all about the costumes, contests, parties, comradery, and ... Read More »

Giorgio Moroder: The Big Daddy of Dance


At 75, disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder reemerges to once again produce some of the biggest icons of our time. By Chris Azzopardi   It’s been 35 years since Giorgio Moroder and Cher hooked up for a late-night session to produce “Bad Love,” the diva’s disco rave-up from the soundtrack of the 1980 coming-of-age drama, Foxes. “We were supposed to start ... Read More »

Melissa Etheridge: This is M.E. in the Garden


By Dustin Shrader Melissa Etheridge is truly a treasured rock legend. With an unparalleled career spanning more than two decades, the “Come to My Window” singer is back with her diabolical, critically acclaimed 12th studio album titled, This is M.E. unlike anything Etheridge has gifted us with before. The new record encompasses an electrifying energy derived from commanding lyrics ... Read More »

Boy II Man


Boy George on finding his better self, Caitlyn Jenner and his massive hat collection By Chris Azzopardi   The falsetto is gone.   When Boy George sings now, a rich tone resounds. He refers to it as “the voice of experience.” The voice, once fluttery and high, can be traced back to the early ’80s by way of a long, ... Read More »

Album Review: MIKA’s No Place In Heaven


By DJ Marc J Cubs MIKA is back again with another round of whimsical, story telling in his latest album No Place In Heaven. The fourth studio album by the colorful Brit is probably his most open and revealing album to date. From the album’s opening track (and first single) “Last Party” to the album’s finale “Good Guys, Night Time ... Read More »

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