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Animal Collective’s Geologist Plays For Earth

Geologist (real name: Brian Weitz) from Animal Collective will perform an uncommon solo set in Chattanooga on April 21—just one of around 20 solo performances he’s ever done. Making his Chattanooga debut, his set will be a part of the two-day ...

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One of the more tiresome tropes of films and television sees the hapless protagonist trying to make an impression on another character by pretending to be something they aren’t. This fails catastrophically and then the best friend/guardian angel ... Read more


How does a lover of the arts explain their value to someone who is not? It requires something tangible, a cost-benefit analysis perhaps, and these things are not always readily available to the person who believes the value of arts education to ... Read more


It’s been a whirlwind month for the versatile and inventive composer and UTC professor Jonathan B. McNair, whose nuanced and reflective compositions have been performed recently across the nation. These include the solo piece “Circus of Dreams” ... Read more


I sat down to listen to the newest release from the Bohannons, titled Bloodroot, and waited for inspiration to strike. In truth, it gets harder to write about one of the area’s most solidly great bands. There’s only so many times you can say the ... Read more


The season is upon us. St. Patrick’s Day is this Sunday, March 17th and as the McManus brothers will tell you, everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Of course, some will argue that everyone is a bad caricature of Irish on St. Patrick’s Day and ... Read more


Man, oh man…it’s been four years since I first took a sonic trip through the mind of GA Brown, the man who broke Wahoo’s leg. I can’t exactly name the places he’s travelled in the interim, but judging by this latest release, he’s had a hell of a ... Read more


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