Atlanta Music Guide Weekend Preview 02/21/2019 – 02/24/2019

Here’s a quick look at the best upcoming events in Atlanta this weekend Thursday, February 21st through Sunday, 24th!

 

All The Saints w/ Solar Flower & Hospice at The EARL

Thursday, February 21st at 9:00pm

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Atlanta-based trio All the Saints derive their sound from blues-rock, psychedelia, and early heavy metal. Titus, Matt, and Jim, who prefer to go by first names only, met in Alabama but later relocated to Atlanta. After several months of jam sessions, All the Saints hit upon a sound they described as “’70s psychedelia and classic dark riffs.” Intense live shows led to a passionate regional fan base and critical acclaim.

 

The End of the World Tour, with Gungor, The Brilliance, and Propaganda at The Loft

Friday, February 22nd at 7:00pm

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GUNGOR:
Michael and Lisa Gungor are curators of the Grammy-nominated musical collective simply known as Gungor. The duo uses their skills as accomplished song writers and multi-instrumentalists to tell honest and forthright stories – some personal and some allegorical. Together they’ve tapped their considerable musical reserves to blur genres and break expectations creating a unique magnetic expression.

THE BRILLIANCE:
The Brilliance creates art that inspires empathy. Their acoustic-electronic, symphonic-pop songs invite you to step outside yourself; to see the world through the eyes of the other, the stranger, those you may consider your enemy. From EDM anthems to classical piano solos injected with jazz harmony, their sound spans too many genres to count – but it all works together to create an environment for self-reflection and hope for peace.

 

Saeed Younan Presents: Join The Tribe

Friday, February 22nd at 10:00pm

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Featuring
SAEED YOUNAN
With support from
DJ Ramsey K
Johnny K

On The Patio
OLAH
S.A.N.T.Y
DIDACTIC

Co-presented by OSCAR & THEA Present
*Amazing music
*Contest prizes and giveaways
*photo-op wall entrance.
*Glow in the dark face paint & tribal themed parties.
All body paint artwork provided by Roberto’s Artwork

Deep in the heart of the digital rainforest, the Younan Music Tribe lives in perfect percussive harmony, working together to deliver new music and artists to the world of Underground House Music. Now we welcome the next evolution of our collective: JOIN THE TRIBE – is a series of events celebrating the union of music and movement, sight and sounds, but most importantly the energy and camaraderie of those who’ve joined us – a feeling we like to call… Vibe With The Tribe! – Join The Tribe // Younan Music

 

Steamhouse Lounge Oysterfest ft. Drivin N Cryin, Blair Crimmins and The Hookers and more!

February 23rd-24th 2019

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LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE
Saturday, Feb 23 – Gates open at 11am
11:30am: Francisco Vidal Band
12:50pm: Hoodoo Moon
2:15pm: Spencer Daniel & the Rogue Tones
3:45pm: Moontower
5:30pm: Blair Crimmins and The Hookers

SUNDAY, FEB 24 – Gates open at 11am
12:00pm: Francisco Vidal Band
1:30pm: Mudcat
3:00pm: Truett
4:30pm: Drivin N Cryin

We are serious about Seafood! Oysterfest food options include ROASTED OYSTER BUCKETS…and we mean heaping BUCKETS of delicious, fresh roasted oysters!
CHARGRILLED OYSTERS WITH GARLIC & PARMESAN
Steamhouse Lounge’s legendary LOBSTER BISQUE
SHRIMP & OYSTER PO’BOYS…and more from our partner chefs from Fontaine’s Oyster House, Highland Tap & Vickerys.

 

Challenger Deep Album Release House Party w/ Sex Farm, Cascadent and Sarah & The Safe Word

Saturday, February 23rd at 7:00pm

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Indoor Kid Productions and Challenger Deep present a good ol’ fashion album release house party! Except this won’t be any ol’ party. We’re partying in the DEEP! Expect plenty of themed decorations including pool noodles, balloons, a kiddie pool full of adult beverages, snacks, fog machines, lighting and more!

Performances by:
Challenger Deep
Sarah and the Safe Word
Cascadent
SEX FARM

$5 Donations are highly encouraged and any contributions are appreciated!

 

Red Sea (Album Release Show) w/ Locate S,1 & Paradise Montage at 529

Saturday, February 23rd at 9:00pm

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Minimal R&B has found a rightful revival in contemporary compositions, perhaps of subconscious interest in the indie persuasion thanks to a renewed cultural interest in vulnerability. Though Red Sea has been emotive since their early guitar-driven advent almost a decade ago, “I’m You” is a surest saturation of the hyper-saccharine we’ve seen from this ATL-based group yet, an endearing ballad, reminiscent of glossy 90’s gold. As musical shapeshifters, from eager indie rock, fresh-faced in the fledgling of youth, to math-stained art-punk, Red Sea has had a distinctive style of their own regardless of genre flirtations. With prog undertones no stranger to any era, whether in past post-punk or current electro-pop focus, the quartet always conjures thoughtful (and sometimes cryptic) output, their most recent work exploring more delicate energies. – Wussy Mag

 

The-Dream at Center Stage

Saturday, February 23rd at 8:00pm

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THIS SOLD-OUT SHOW HAS BEEN MOVED TO CENTER STAGE. LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE!

Beside frequent songwriting and production partners Christopher “Tricky” Stewart and Carlos “Los Da Mystro” McKinneyTerius “The-Dream” Nash advanced electronic pop-R&B during the 2000s and 2010s, continuing a path cut by the likes of Leon Sylvers IIIKashifPrinceJimmy Jam and Terry LewisTeddy RileyTimbaland and Missy Elliott, and the Neptunes. After a series of modest strides, Nash became a true force with Rihanna‘s “Umbrella” (2007) and proved that it wasn’t a fluke by topping the chart the following year with Mariah Carey‘s “Touch My Body” and Beyoncé‘s Grammy-winning “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” Nash simultaneously began a run with Def Jam as a recording artist, sculpting the melodically rich and impeccably layered Top Five R&B/hip-hop albums Love/Hate (2007), Love vs. Money (2009), and Love King (2010). Nash also became a go-to collaborator for rap artists, exemplified by Grammy-winning material with Kanye West and Jay-Z (“All of the Lights,” “No Church in the Wild”).

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