The Reader collects some of the best and brightest bits from the past week’s music writing.
The new FX dramedy explores the hip-hop scene in the titular city.
The Atlanta rapper plays Chicago tonight, and his recent single should be more than enough to encourage you to head to the Shrine for his set.
Raury speaks the language of hip-hop, though his music surpasses the genre’s confines.
The Atlanta MC with a green beard plays Thalia Hall one day after releasing a song featuring Drake’s newest signee ILoveMakonnen.
He his biggest hit as raunchy bluesman Georgia Tom Dorsey, but today he’s known as “the father of gospel music.”
Why did the DEA look the other way while two brothers imported as much as eight tons of cocaine into the city?
Where things stand with Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
The Wipers-esque Atlanta group hits Permanent and Township this Saturday.
“Creatures Flaming” from Atlanta pop-psych band the N.E.C.
Plus: A transformed Singer returns for a second album, and Parallax Sounds, a doc on Chicago architecture and music, needs your support