This month, we’re unleashing the Summer of Soul — our annual(ish) guide to all things soulful in Atlanta during these hot-ass months. Here’s the lineup for this year’s special edition:
Singer Rhonda Thomas takes the spotlight in this month’s issue of Slo*Mo Magazine, opening up about her new, 1980s-inspired album, “Vinyl Daze.” Go ahead — read the cover story for yourself homie.
Other goodies in this issue include:
The June 2014 issue of Slo*Mo Magazine is out NOW!
To snag the new edition — featuring famed drummer/bandleader Lil’ John Roberts talking about his new album, “The Heartbeat” — visit several Atlanta retail shops or download a digital version of the magazine right here: Slo*Mo Vol. 1, No. 8
By popular demand, we’ve finally decided to offer up a digital, downloadable version of Slo*Mo magazine!
Although, we here at Slo*Mo believe — because of its unique poster-style format — the mag is best enjoyed in print, we’ve been getting tons of requests. And, hell, we want everybody to get a look at what we’re doing.
Anyway, click on the following link, download and enjoy: SLOMO(Feb2014)online2
It’s cold in the A, but we’ve got a brand new issue of Slo*Mo hot off the presses to warm your asses up!
Coming your way March 2, the good homies at Slo*Mo are proud to unveil Music Snob — a brand-new nightlife event for folks with “discriminating tastes.”
Fueled by the sounds of soul — vintage cuts (like Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band, Stevie Wonder, etc.) and fresh new shit (Omar, The Internet and more) — Music Snob is Slo*Mo’s official monthly release party. Stop by for each edition to hear only the dopest tunes by Slo*Mo’s own DJ Larmarrous (along with a cast of guest DJs) — and to be one of the first in the city to get your hands on a hot-off-the-presses issue of Slo*Mo!
It all goes down Sunday, March 2 at the Sound Table (483 Edgewood Ave.). Admission is free and festivities run from 8 p.m.-12 a.m. Whatever you do, don’t miss this sure-to-be incredible debut!