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Joining a STACKED lineup that already included Pearl Jam, Jack White, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Massive Attack, and Tame Impala, among others.
Atlanta festival also promises Tenacious D, Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, The Distillers, Julian Casablancas’ The Voidz, Franz Ferdinand, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
“It’s too long, it’s a stupid, long name,” Sebastien Grainger explains in an interview.
Bliss out to these names to keep celebrating the Scene That Celebrates Itself.
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DFA 1979 forced to cancel summer tour after “Sail” rockers opt for gig opening for Prophets of Rage.
A “fuck you anthem” from the duo’s Nick Zinner-produced sophomore album.
“100% Certified Organic Rock and Roll. Don’t be scared, come live your lives with us.”
Atlanta punk trio’s Nosebleed Weekend arrives in just a few days.
Atlanta trio continues to preview forthcoming album Nosebleed Weekend.