With summer nearing its end, it’s important to reflect on everything it has brought us as we prepare for fall — especially the music. Out of the countless new releases from music’s newcomers and veterans alike, audiences plugged their headphones into great tunes this season. Here are the reigning champions of summer music.
This weekend, The Atlantic Nightspot, located at 15 N. Main St., will host The Top and The Atlantic Anniversary Blowout to celebrate their 17th and 13th anniversaries, respectively.
Even though summer is soon coming to an end, there’s still so much to do. Whether you are trying to check off items from a bucket list or just want to make a few more memories, we’ve got you covered. Here are some events throughout the rest of July (and beginning of August) to help you make the most of it.
In my last music review, I listed several great options for anyone’s summer playlist — from DJ Khaled to Calvin Harris to LANY. However, I left out a key part of what’s currently dominating the charts — female talent. So, in this follow up, here are some female artists releasing amazing music for your soundtrack.
June has been another month of epic releases from all across the music scene, giving every type of listener a new track to jam along to. Whether you’ve been listening to SZA’s “The Weekend” or St. Vincent’s “New York,” new music has been very easy to find this month. Here are some noteworthy albums that have been released in June that you should add to your playlist.
Spend your Thursday evening drinking beer, listening to music and eating pizza in support of art.
With almost 100 million Twitter followers and millions of records sold, Katy Perry’s new album “Witness” was definitely shaping up to be a hit. Her single, “Chained to the Rhythm,” was being blasted on radio stations throughout the country as an anthem for individuality and independence.
Whether you are waiting to catch a flight, sitting by the pool or waiting for a Gainesville thunderstorm to pass, reading a book is a great way to pass the time. Here are a few books you should pick up the next time you find yourself aimlessly scrolling through Amazon (or, hopefully, at an actual bookstore).
Heartwood Soundstage, Gainesville’s newest music venue located at 619 S. Main St., is hosting its first live poetry event Wednesday.