What began as a two-day event selling out at 9,000 attendees ten years ago has grown into a large three-day festival drawing international talent and 40,000 attendees all housed in Atlanta’s Central Park.
Festival season sweeps new music into the spotlight each year, and this summer is no exception. Shaky Knees represents a haven for the funky, out-of-the-box or just plain punk sounds radiating from stage to stage, and luckily, you don’t have to stick with one vibe. These up-and-coming bands delivered new sensations with each song, complete with smooth transitions.
Few musicians have graced me with a performance as exciting as Masego’s April 12 visit to the Tabernacle. The musician’s “You Never Visit Me” tour offered a variety of experiences for the audience that surpassed music alone.
Columbian-American singer Kali Uchis released her third studio album, “Red Moon In Venus,” on March 3. The artist generated much buzz for her junior project with a national tour and several festival performances scheduled for the spring and summer of this year.
For some students, off-campus apartments may seem like a great alternative to university dorms. However, one student’s experience might encourage some to fully investigate their prospective housing before signing a lease.