HAPPY HALLOWEEN! This is going to be a crazy weekend and we know you are way too focused on which wig you’re going to wear and how to apply fake blood to focus on what you’re doing for the rest of the weekend. Let us do it for you! Check out what’s happening this weekend!
Friday, November 1 – Cults @ The Loft
Cults has always been a band to look to both past and present. When the young duo arrived on the New York scene in 2010 with the perfectly formed debut single “Go Outside,” it was described as Phil Spector with hip-hop sensibilities, glee soaked in reverb. Static is a breakup album. Just not in the way we think of a breakup album. That cold knot in your stomach when you lose someone? That is not longing for a person. That is dread, uncertainty of what comes next.
Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $15 in advance and $17 the day of show.
Friday, November 1 – Jon McLaughlin @ Eddie’s Attic
Jon McLaughlin has sold more than 170k albums and more than 1 million digital tracks. McLaughlin released his 2007 debut album Indiana, followed by OK Now in 2008. The albums yielded placements on the TV Series “Scrubs” and movies including “Georgia Rule” and “Bridge to Terabithia.” Following this, McLaughlin’s song “So Close” was featured in Disney’s “Enchanted” starring Patrick Dempsey and Amy Adams and McLaughlin was later asked to perform “So Close” at the 2008 Academy Awards. McLaughlin’s fourth album Promising Promises was released last year and included the single “Summer Is Over” featuring Sara Bareilles. McLaughlin’s newest album Holding My Breath was released in September.
Show starts at 10:30pm. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Online and phone sales close at 5pm day of show.
Friday, November 1 – Roshambeaux with Kick the Robot and The Woodgrains @ Vinyl
Roshambeaux is a duo that sounds like a full rock band. Audiences are shocked to find only two people on stage. Sound techs marvel at the complexity of the technology the duo possesses and the sheer wall of sonic sound they achieve. It’s ambitious, big, rowdy rock music- part rap, part rave, with nods to Soul Brothers Six & Muse- but with an identity wholly its own. The band believes audience interaction is essential to an unforgettable live show and make it their mission to engage and entertain on an elevated level.
Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 on the day of show.
Friday, November 1 – All The Locals with The Awesome Johnnys and Nobody’s Darlings @ Smith’s Olde Bar
Check out an interview we did with All The Locals here!
Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 day of show. Online and phone sales end at 2pm day of show.
Friday, November 1 – Death on Two Wheels with StoneRider @ The Earl
Death On Two Wheels makes rock ’n’ roll dangerous again, with slurry-blurry lyrics, half-cocked dreamspeak of portents and regret, and a formidable guitar attack that recalls the nasty duels Allen Collins waged with Gary Rossington before Skynyrd’s final plane ride. Following the same bumpy trail as Kings of Leon, this Atlanta foursome seems to be in pursuit of darker mysteries on the band’s self-released debut. And unlike the Kings, they have more range and a greater reverence for ’70s classic rock, not to mention the eccentric bite of vocalist Trae Vedder.- Jaan Uhelszki, Paste Magazine
Doors open at 8:30pm. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 the day of show. Online and phone sales end at 6pm the day of show.
Friday, November 1 – PLS PLS (Album Release) with Jungol @ 529
Atlanta native Dan Dixon has been a fixture in the independent music scene for years now, whether he was behind the board at his recording studio or on stage fronting the devilishly brilliant indie rock band PLS PLS. After disbanding his well loved band Dropsonic, Dixon continued to feed his need to create. With a new band in tow, PLS PLS’ debut album spans musical styles from the ’60s Wall of Sound to ’70s rock to ’80s dance to future pop.
Doors open at 9pm. Tickets are $7. Online and phone sales end at 6pm day of show.
Friday, November 1 – Peter Bradley Adams with Molly Parden @ Eddie’s Attic
Peter Bradley Adams was formerly one half of the duo, Eastmountainsouth, signed by Robbie Robertson (of The Band) to DreamWorks Records in 2002. Since then, Peter has released four solo records as well as an EP with his side project, “Down Like Silver”. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. “Adams is fast developing as a songwriter who both inspires and questions,” said Nic Harcourt of the Los Angeles Times Magazine. He is one of the “21st-century writers whose songs are worth exploring,” according to the Wall Street Journal.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets are $14 in advance and $18 at the door. Online and phone sales end at 5pm on the day of the show.
Saturday, November 2 – The Nelons and The Diplomats @ Mill Town Music Hall
With numerable awards and accolades including 3 Grammy nominations, 6 Gospel Music Association DOVE Awards and many songs that have soared to the top of national radio charts, The Nelons continue to produce innovative music that embraces their traditional roots, while simultaneously reaching beyond various musical boundaries with an emphasis on introducing songs for the church. All the while bridging the generational gap of music lovers with incomparable harmonies and great songs.
Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Online, phone, and outlet sales end at 4pm on the day of the show.
Saturday, November 2 – Tim Kasher (of Cursive) with Laura Stevenson @ The Earl
Tim Kasher, of Cursive and The Good Life, released his sophomore solo album Adult Film on October 8th, 2013 via Saddle Creek. Recorded in Chicago at Electrical Audio and Kasher’s home throughout this past spring, the album follows his debut solo LP The Game Of Monogamy (Saddle Creek, 2010), which earned praise from Alternative Press, The A.V. Club, Ghettoblaster, SPIN, and Under The Radar, among others. “Truly Freaking Out” is also available as a standalone single and all pre-order options can be found here: http://saddle-creek.com/store/artist/timkasher/.
Doors open at 9pm. Tickets are $10. Online and phone sales end at 6pm on the day of the show
Saturday, November 2 – Lindsay Rakers Album Release Show with Austin Green @ Eddie’s Attic
After a very successful Kickstarter campaign, Atlanta’s Lindsay Rakers was able to make her dream album a reality. Recorded with Grammy award-winning producer Scott Patton (music director & guitarist for Sugarland) and partner engineer Bruce Bennet, Two Ships is a departure from Rakers’ previous endeavors. The album uncovers the inner landscape of a singer songwriter who draws on influences like Brandi Carlile, Neko Case, and Jenny Lewis. It features, in addition to Patton, Travis McNabb (Sugarland), Tim Smith (Sheryl Crow, Noel Gallagher), and local greats Mark Evers (lead guitar), Jonny Daly (pedal steel) and Davin McCoy (backup vox).
Tickets are $10 in advance and $14 at the door. Online and phone sales end at 5pm on the day of the show.
Saturday, November 2 – Brett Young with Noah Needleman @ Eddie’s Attic
Check out an interview we did with Brett here!
Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Online and phone sales end at 5pm on the day of the show.
Sunday, November 3 – Marshall Ruffin @ Eddie’s Attic
After experiencing a Marshall Ruffin performance, one only expects his momentum to accelerate. Rich Man’s Dime, his freshman EP, was released in February ’08 and spent eight weeks on the roots/blues chart ending the year at no. 4 on Georgia Roots Radio. Morning Glory, his 2009 sophomore effort, hit the streets Sept. 15th and is nominated for the Independent Music Awards ‘Blues Album of the Year’. Marshall Ruffin will be playing solo and with his trio throughout east coast music venues in support of the new release.
The show starts at 8:30pm. General Admission tickets are $8 in advance and $12 at the door. Online and phone sales end at 5pm on the day of the show.
Sunday, November 3 – Weatherbox with Restorations @ The Earl
It would be reasonable if you thought Weatherbox imploded some time ago. After all, the San Diego band has cycled through more than a dozen members in its half-decade existence and has kept a relatively low profile since the release of their last LP, 2009’s The Cosmic Drama, and subsequent departure from Doghouse Records. Frontman Brian Warren has since scaled that mountain and regrouped with a supporting cast that includes longtime friends (including two vintage Weatherbox members) and a new label, Youth Conspiracy Records. Together they will release Follow The Rattle of the Afghan Guitar, a six-song EP that brings you to the entrance of a tunnel, hands you a few matches, and shoves you into the dark.
Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $8. Online and phone sales end at 6pm day of show.
Sunday, November 3 – Lindsey Hinkle with Erica Sunshine Lee @ Eddie’s Attic
Lindsey Hinkle is a self-taught musician armed with resonating lyrics that are filled with insight into the human condition, as well as haunting and penetrating vocals that seem to echo mercilessly inside your head. She has been writing and performing original material since age 13 and has opened for Shawn Mullins, Marc Broussard, Sugarland, Michelle Malone, Antigone Rising, and Sarah Bettens of K’s Choice among several others. In the summer of 2012 she opened for Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, and Thompson Square on the Charter Stage at Oak Mountain Amphitheater. Her lyrical ability is, undoubtedly, far beyond her years. This is repeatedly evident in songs such as “Whole,” where she candidly describes the agony of losing not only love, but the unexpected attachment to the two sons that came with it.
Doors open at 5pm. Tickets are $10 in advance and $14 at the door. Online and phone sales end at 5pm on the day of the show.