AMG Weekend Preview 11/28/2019 – 12/01/2019

Here’s a quick look at the best shows and events happening in Atlanta this weekend Thursday, November 28th through Sunday, December 1st!


Dot.s, The Mute Sphere, bandanna at The Earl

Friday, November 29th at 8:00pm

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Dot.s is an endeavor to take “dance music” far from where it comfortably rests in its current, popular state. We venture to challenge the status of an art form that began as something primal and turned into something calculated and boring and kinda depressing. Drums, bass, and synthesizers rest in the center of our five-piece arrangement, followed by whatever auxiliary instrumentation feels cozy on top of that. We hope to give you something that is as fun and refreshing as our collective ideology: that sounds can prove-ably change the way people act, and should, thus, be made with obsessive care.


Dayroom 25th Anniversary reunion shows at The Vista Room ATL

November 29th & November 30th at 8:30pm

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DAYROOM | Reuniting for Two Shows ONLY!

DAYROOM, the popular alt-rock band from Athens, GA is back for two nights only this November to rekindle your love of late nights, catchy lyrics, and addictive tunes. Best known for their raucous stage shows and willingness to experiment musically onstage, Dayroom captured the essence of college rock ‘n’ roll in the pre-Internet age. Formed in 1990, Dayroom quickly grew from a college side project formed by high school friends into a beloved staple of the Athens and Atlanta music scenes. The band made a name for itself by touring heavily, starting at its home base at University of Georgia and spreading throughout the South, eventually playing 250 days a year all over the United States and Europe and releasing three studio albums before amicably calling it a day in 2000.


The Number Twelve Looks Like You w/ Moon Tooth, Steaksauce Mustache, Actus Reus at The Masquerade

Saturday, November 30th at 7:00pm

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Over the years TNTLLY toured extensively, bringing their complex musicality to devoted fan base around the world. The band went through a handful of lineup changes and musical evolutions. Each subsequent project reflected their growth, An Inch of Gold for an Inch of Time EP (2006), Nuclear. Sad. Nuclear (2005), and Mongrel (2007). The band announced their indefinite hiatus just after the release of their 2009 full-length record, Worse Than Alone (2009). Since then the members have scattered and explored other projects and interests. They ended their hiatus in May of 2016 with a secret show in Kingston, NY, where “Nearly 200 folks packed the room for the show, which was announced only the day before, coming from as far away as Alabama and Detroit” (Metal Sucks). Today, The Number Twelve Looks Like You is back with Wild Gods, releasing September 20, 2019 and a Fall 2019 Tour.

EARL’s 20th w/ Oblivians & Quintron and Miss Pussycat!

Saturday, November 30th at 8:00pm

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Formed in Memphis in 1993, the Oblivians are Greg Oblivian (aka Greg Cartwright), Eric Oblivian (aka Eric Friedl) and Jack Oblivian (aka Jack Yarber). The trio released their debut LP Soul Food in 1995, followed by 1996’s Popular Favorites and 1997’s …Play 9 Songs with Mr. Quintron. In both their live shows and recordings, the three members alternate between instruments, each playing guitar, drums and singing lead vocals.


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