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1374 W. Peachtree St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Pianist Ben Thornewill, guitarist Tommy Siegel, and drummer Jesse Kristin first came together in 2003 as undergraduate students at George Washington University. Sporting a quirky, brainy pop sound that took its cues from the likes of Ben Folds and They Might Be Giants, the three logged several years together under a different name, the Sunday Mail, before rebranding themselves Jukebox the Ghost in 2005....
The Melvins were the first post-punk band to revel in the slow, sludgy sounds of Black Sabbath. Their music is oppressively slow and heavy, only without any of the silly mystical lyrics or the indulgent guitar solos; it's just one massive, oozing pile of dark slime....
Voted "Best New Artist" and "Best Punk Record" at the 2009 Indie-O Awards, Le Butcherettes were invited by The Dead Weather and the Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs as support for their 2010 Mexican tours. This year, Le Butcherettes will be on tour to promote their first LP “Sin, Sin, Sin” produced by Omar Rodríguez-López creator of The Mars Volta....
Since 2007 French electro-popper Yelle has risen to be a leading lady in the world of European pop music. With a keen interest in fashion and feel for popular culture, she's been able to take her quirky sound from her French roots to the world at large, playing some of the biggest festivals and farthest flung cities....
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|11/01||8:00 pm||Mansions On the Moon|
|11/04||8:00 pm||Jamestown Revival|
|11/07||7:00 pm||Jukebox the Ghost|
|11/08||9:00 pm||The Melvins|
|11/22||11:00 pm||Meeting of The Minds: NetParty for Young Professionals|
|11/29||8:30 pm||PJ Morton|