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Gallery: Vacation Manor and Night Traveler make their debut in Phoenix

Sometimes the best part of live music isn’t just seeing your favorite bands play but getting to talk to them, tell them about how you found their music, and share in the experience together. That was the draw for fans of Vacation Manor and Night Traveler, who showed up to Phoenix’s Rebel Lounge on a school […]

Year in Review: Atlas Artist Group’s top albums of 2018

As with every year, 2018 gave us a lot of music—more than there was enough time to listen to, it seemed. Between exploring the albums that were critically acclaimed and cheering on artists already near and dear to us, we were overloaded in the best way. Everyone on the Atlas team has a different list, […]

Kevin Lyman confirms Vans Warped Tour 2019 with five-day anniversary run

Summer’s most beloved travelling festival has been brought back to life with a limited run. After hearing Warped would be a thing of the past after 2018, it’s music to our ears hearing that it’s not over yet. Instead of a traditional eight-week tour covering a total of 43 cities, the 2019 Warped Tour will […]

Interview: Sure Sure are leaving the park to take their indie pop on the road

If Los Angeles indie-pop band Sure Sure isn’t on your radar already, they’re about to be. The quartet’s debut album, released earlier this year, has already been followed up with the band’s newest single. With no plans to slow down, Sure Sure is embarking on their first national tour this fall. Atlas chatted with the […]

Show Review: Weezer and Pixies close wild summer tour in Phoenix

Weezer rolled in with the monsoon to bless the rains down in Phoenix on Sunday. Joined by co-headliners Pixies, the band put on a show that was nothing short of the best-attended circus I’ve ever seen. Pixies took the stage to The Beatles’ “You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)” and had the massive […]

Show Review: Quiet Slang turns James Alex from punk rocker to crooner

“We thought we were gonna die young and we didn’t and then we thought punk rock and skateboarding was gonna save us and it fuckin’ did.”   If anything sums up a Beach Slang show, this line is it. Grizzled punk rocker James Alex is currently touring with Quiet Slang, the soft acoustic version of […]

Review: 5 Seconds of Summer’s Youngblood

I’m not convinced 5 Seconds of Summer is ever going to break the boy band stigma, but damn if they aren’t giving it the old college try. Youngblood, the band’s third studio album, was released on June 15 and shows us a band back from the dead and ready to change things up. This is a group […]