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Jim Eno, drummer of Spoon and a music producer, is set to visit campus Tuesday.
Everyone use ad blocking software, but they shouldn't.
William Hoffman gives his top performances from the 2015 SXSW music festival and conference.
Run The Jewels performance at Cedar Street Courtyard at SXSW was William Hoffman’s favorite from the music conference and festival.
William Hoffman, Digital Content Manager at The Post and an aspiring music journalist, discusses his week at SXSW.
Kendrick Lamar’s new single is stirring up debate over its implications for race relations in the U.S.
Check out our list of favorite albums from 2014
The first round of artists have been announced for the Rise of the Phoenix concert.
Late Wednesday night a water pipe broke in Baker University Center garage spilling water from the ceiling.
After Sunday’s fire destroyed The Union Bar & Grill, performers reflect on the performance space.
Exploring the possible abandonment of net neutrality and the costs it could have for students and the Athens area
The 2014 Block Party music schedule was announced featuring many well known Athens bands.
William Hoffman reflects on the growth of Athens Sessions, given the success of a live recording of bands at Casa Nueva.
I’m a late bloomer to the magic that is The War On Drugs, but ever since I heard the group’s mesmerizing, free-form 2014 album Lost In The Dream, I’ve been hooked. It’s a mixture of old-school Bruce Springsteen-esque rock ballads — Adam Granduciel’s gruffy voice, his bashfully-exhilarating guitar solos and the way the whole album blends seamlessly together. It’s easily one of my favorite albums of 2014.
Up-and-coming bands to be featured at 'Post' launch party.
Nelsonville Music Festival has grown significantly over the past four years, gathering the talent of headliners such as The Flaming Lips, Andrew Bird and Wilco while never deviating from its roots as a gathering for those looking to hear new music.
The term and genre of “Indie Rock” has been bastardized by those who would describe it on a spectrum from My Chemical Romance to Fun., but if there is a band that optimizes the ideal of the genre it would be She Bears.
For many in Athens, The First Street Heat may have been their primary introduction into local music and the immense talent that’s present in Athens. Then, the group “broke up,” but more so, consolidated into a smaller, more contained group with a greater emphasis on rap with Emerson B spitting some often-improvised and yet substantive lyrics.
Post culture staffers William Hoffman and Dylan Sams are joined by Associate Editor Haylee Pearl to debate their favorite albums of the year thus far and discuss emerging trends in national music in the 15th installment of the biweekly "Post Rock" PostCast — the last of Spring Semester.