Circa Survive.. Live!

When we pulled up to the venue in Atlanta, Terminal West, I was instantly impressed by both the size, cleanliness, and home-like atmosphere the venue emoted. I knew instantly this show would be an intimate show. I went in with zero expectations, having never seen Circa Survive before this point. I instantly headed over to the merchandise area (which was actually appeared to be a lighted cafe during the daytime). I purchased a tank top with some On Letting Go art on it. I then headed back to the standing area to see Ume.

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Bassnectar - Noise vs Beauty OUT NOW

Brand new Bassnectar Album Noise vs. Beauty finally hits the scene...

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The Front Bottoms and Say Anything at Masquerade ATL

The So So Glos, You Blew it!  The Front Bottoms, and Say Anything are four bands who are entirely different from one another that they seem to complete each other. The explosive energy the four of them were able to create at The Masquerade in Atlanta was incredible.

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What Would You Do to Defend a Homeless Person??

So we here at Network Frequency love music! (if you couldn't already tell) But, we also love people. We have a heart and general concern for others around us less fortunate than us. Our Writer @RussMCoker was inspired by a recent YouTube video, so he shared it with the whole team. We all shed a tear, and I decided it was more than appropriate to share with you all how we feel about the issues. The REAL issues of poverty and homelessness and how people treat others less fortunate. More importantly, I think this video really shows what the structure of society and an economic system can do to people's ego's. 

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A-Bomb - "Fast Money" Video

Atlanta’s home team favorite A-Bomb is more than just a rapper, he's a true image of rap life and anyone who knows him loves it. As the southern influence in hip hop trio Mighty High Coup, Bomb brings to the table a slower and more conversational drawl that makes it sound like storytelling as opposed to simply spitting rhymes. Bomb’s verses frequently incorporate his favorite activities (‘weed, women, money booze/booze, women, money, weed’), and that honest representation of his life is presumably what keeps his fan base growing. 

Soundcloud:

https://soundcloud.com/iknowabomb/a-bomb-fast-money-prod-by-wes-green

Facebook/Twitter/Soundcloud/Instagram:

@iknowabomb

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