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About Luci Turner

Luci Turner is a full-time musician, freelance writer, and lifestyle blogger, born on the Okefenokee Swamp and and raised on rock ‘n roll. Her passion for music led her to Atlanta, where she’s most often found packing a suitcase, digging through a pile of records, looking for a time machine to the '70s, or reviewing bands and looking for new music. Learn more at https://luciturner.com/.

PLAYING ATLANTA: Pariah Recorders Launches with a Bang

So far, Audiofemme has had the chance to connect with some incredible Atlanta bands through Playing Atlanta. This week, we're taking it a step further into the music scene to chat with Nick Magliochetti, the owner of Pariah Recorders, a brand new studio opening its doors to the Atlanta scene. AF: You’ve just opened a studio with [...]

By |2019-01-23T16:55:26-04:00January 23rd, 2019|COLUMNS, Playing Atlanta|

PLAYING ATLANTA: MammaBear Speaks Volumes With Latest LP SAY

It's easy to describe Atlanta psych-rock group MammaBear with one word: wild. The brainchild of band leader Kyle Gordon, a MammaBear show is an intense ride from start to finish, unlike anything most millennial music fans have ever experienced. As the band prepares to release their upcoming record, SAY, in March, Gordon took a few minutes to [...]

By |2019-01-16T18:37:53-04:00January 16th, 2019|COLUMNS, Playing Atlanta|

PLAYING ATLANTA: The Pussywillows Are Atlanta’s Hardest Rocking (and Hardest Working) Indie Rock Duo

Photo Credit: Kara Hammond When watching Hannah Zale and Carly Gibson, the dynamic duo at the front of Atlanta indie rock outfit The Pussywillows, perform on stage, it’s easy to get lost in the effortless synchronicity presented. They are perfect complements to one another, standing toe to toe and side by side, pushing [...]

By |2019-01-09T18:45:27-04:00January 9th, 2019|COLUMNS, Playing Atlanta|

PLAYING ATLANTA: Catching Up with Atlanta’s Favorite Girl-Boss, Sydney Eloise

all photos by Maggie Salesman With a rapidly growing music school and a successful music career of her own, calling Sydney Eloise busy would be an understatement. Many Atlanta residents know her as the frontwoman of '60s-infused indie pop group Sydney Eloise & The Palms, but she's also founder at Little Treblemakers, Atlanta’s [...]

By |2019-01-07T18:01:20-04:00January 2nd, 2019|COLUMNS, Playing Atlanta|

PLAYING ATLANTA: The Howling Tongues Premiere New Single “Daily Dose”

When The Howling Tongues hit you, you know it. Atlanta’s brazen sons of rock ’n roll — Davey Rockett, Nick Magliochetti, Brandon Witcher, Thomas Wainright, and Tylor James — are best known for their signature garage rock-inspired records and over-the-top, bombastic performances, and made their name in the darkest, grimiest rock clubs around the country [...]

By |2018-12-20T21:20:32-04:00December 19th, 2018|COLUMNS, Playing Atlanta|

PLAYING ATLANTA: Starbenders Keep Rock Alive (And Weird) With Their Biggest Year Yet

photo by Vegas Giovanni When considering the Atlanta music scene, few bands encapsulate the weird, ecstatic, constantly-changing energy as well as Starbenders. The halfway home for misunderstood misfits, fringers, and glam punks, Starbenders — made up of Emily Moon on the drums, bassist Aaron Lecesne, guitarist and vocalist Kriss Tokaji, and the fierce [...]

By |2018-11-29T01:36:20-04:00December 5th, 2018|COLUMNS, Playing Atlanta|

PREMIERE: Doe Paoro Releases Intimate New Video for “Walk Through The Fire”

LA-by-way-of Syracuse’s dreamy siren, Doe Paoro, and her new album, Soft Power, are the kind of dynamic sonic duo rarely found in the music industry today. Passionate and empowered, Soft Power combines the alluring mystique of The Shirelles, The Ronnettes, and other original girl groups of the '60s, with the kind of blazing soul found [...]

By |2018-11-29T00:55:19-04:00November 28th, 2018|FEATURES, Premieres|

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