Before the Break

Well, thought I'd throw in another post before the Labor Day break. So here's some stuff that's going down really soon that I'll probably be chattering about.1)PYLON PYLON PYLON PYLONThe concert's on the 4th and I'm going full on Orange Cone action during my Sound of the City show on the 2nd. And, judging by … Continue reading Before the Break


Begin (at) The Begin(ning)

I was chatting with a friend of mine who just got accepted into UGA's Music Business program today when he mentioned that he's been a bit of a homebody and never really done much exploring around Athens. He was worried that the MBUS program would place him in an externship (which are required btw) in … Continue reading Begin (at) The Begin(ning)

A Thing.

I signed on today fully prepared to write a review of the Modern Skirts show at the 40 Watt last night. But I just remembered something that I think is a bit more important than spouting my opinions of the opening acts (The Empties rock!) and the sound quality (better in back).DANCINGYes, that socially awkward … Continue reading A Thing.


So, unfortunately, the webfeed last night wasn't working. I hate that but it happens sometimes. I don't believe you missed anything spectacular but here's the playlist (and explinations) from last night.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOUND OF THE CITY - August 20thPYLON - Feast on My HeartVic Chestnutt - Very Friendly LighthousesLove Tractor - The Sky at NightSo, I always … Continue reading RADIO SONG,,,

Athens in Perspective: Drive-By Truckers in Amsterdam

(This is the first of a series from guest writers from around the world talking about Athens bands and how they experience them)GUEST AUTHOR TOM LAMERSThe Drive-By Truckers, August 12th in Paradiso, Amsterdam, The NetherlandsIt’s always hard reviewing a band you know little about. I had never seen the Drive-By Truckers before and only knew … Continue reading Athens in Perspective: Drive-By Truckers in Amsterdam


PYLONPronunciation: \ˈpī-ˌlän, -lən\ Function: noun Etymology: Greek pylōn, from pylē gateDate: 18501 a: a post or tower marking a prescribed course of flight for an airplane b: traffic cone c: one of the flexible upright markers positioned on a football field at the corners of the end d: BAND FROM ATHENS, See also, AWESOMEYes, PYLON … Continue reading Cool.