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The Chosen Ones – November 24-28, 2010

Wednesday, November 24 – Pink Pompeii, La Chansons, Apollo Gold @ The Drunken Unicorn $5, 21+ 9pm

Pink Pompeii is a fun electronic dance/rock trio that bring beauty to the beats through lush female vocals and the frequent sounds of cello. Can’t think of a better way to spend Thanksgiving Eve! Joining them are the hubby/wife duo, La Chansons that bring on the synth-laden dance pop rock so that you can get your dance on!

Saturday, November 27 – Nerdkween CD Release w/ Parallel Poke and Richard Parsons @ The Highland Inn Ballroom $8, 21+ 9pm

The enigmatic and talented Nerdkween will be releasing her second album, Profitandloss, which features gorgeous vocals over ambient experimentation with electronics and instruments. Price of admission also gets you the brand, new, shiny album!

Richard Parsons will be opening up with his impressive, organically layered tunes that pack an emotional punch through solid, soulful songwriting.

Saturday, November 27 – Swine Song Presents: Wake of the Titan, The Humboldt Trio, The Common Axes @ The Drunken Unicorn $6, 21+ 9pm

Wake of the Titan is an incredibly impressive band. The trio is made up of trained musicians that live and breath through their instruments, even giving the illusion that body and instrument have become one on stage.

They sound a bit like Muse and a bit like Nine Inch Nails, but Wake of the Titan will wow you in their own way with their spacey rock and symbolic lyrical imagery. And don’t be shy about talking to them, they are some of the nicest guys on the planet.

Joining them are the spectacular instrumentalists, The Humboldt Trio and The Common Axes, that have dubbed their genre of music as “ghost rock.” I’m intrigued.

Honorable Mention:The Stuffing w/ Manchester Orchestra, Death on Two Wheels, O’Brother, Dead Confederate and more @ The Center Stage Complex

This show is sold out, but I guess you can see why. Put on by Atlanta label, Favorite Gentlemen, this showcase of rock will take place throughout the Center Stage Complex on Wednesday, November 24.


Wednesday, November 24 -

The Whynatte Two Year Anniversary Party w/ The Constellations and Vonnegutt @ Smiths Olde Bar

Hollow Stars, Lyonnais @ 529 $5

Faithless Town, Dirty Pollyanna, The Tips @ The Earl $7

Spindrift, Ocha La Rocha, Damon Moon & The Whispering Drifters @ The Star Bar

Thursday, November 25 TURKEY DAY -

Thanksgiving Death Disco @ 529 FREE, 21+, 9pm

The Gaye Blades, Predator, Barreracudas @ The Earl $7

Friday, November 25 -

Minus the Bear, Tristen @ The Masaqerade $20 Heaven 8pm

Laserbeam Kitty w/ The Falcon Lords, Cousin Dan, DJ Keith Evans @ The Highland Inn Ballroom $5 21+

FREE ACID: The Ruination, Dr.Conspiracy and Drumz of Def, DT, A.Grimes, DJs @ 529

Black Friday w/ TayO, R_Garcia, Reklein, Social Espionage @ Mint Gallery 9pm

ATL Dubsteb presents: Borgore w/ Judi Chicago, Ployd, Shortstack @ King Plow Arts Center 18+

Saturday, November 27 -

Vegan Coke, Qurious, Free Ticket, The Deem Team @ Java Lords FREE

Night Driving in Small Towns, What Happened to Your Fire Tiger, Mice in Cars, Starfighter @ 529 9pm, $5, 21+

The Booze, The Biters, Non Believers, Customers @ The Star Bar $5, 21+

Benefit for Billy Fields w/ The El Caminos, Tiger! Tiger!, AM Gold, The Seventh Ring of Saturn, Pink Pompeii, The Fingers @ The Earl $10

Live Review: The Killer and The Martyr, Wake of the Titan, Lions and Scissors

[slideshow]Never have I been to a local show, in Atlanta or any other city I’ve inhabited, that allowed me to see three bands of this caliber all in one night for a mere $5. To be fair, I would have paid $30 to see these guys and still would have felt that I got a deal!

The Killer and the Martyr

The Killer and The Martyr started the show, illuminated in the yellows and violets of the stage lights above. As the music commenced, I sensed that this show would not disappoint. By the third song, I was convinced that the bands’ appeal to me was delivered through the ethereal vocal reverb of singer, Christian Haberkern, and distinct accompaniment of keyboardist, Sam Epstein, reminiscent of The Doors at their finest. In fact, Continue reading “Live Review: The Killer and The Martyr, Wake of the Titan, Lions and Scissors” »