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Fucked Up, Doomsquad July 2, 2015
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $15

Tight Bros presents
9pm | $15 | All Ages

Tickets on sale this Friday, April 24 at all Ticket Alternative outlets and at http://www.ticketalternative.com/Events/31146.aspx.

June 15 2015 marks the release of "Year of the Hare" on Deathwish Records, the seventh 12" single in Fucked Up's "Zodiac" series, a collection of records that finds the band pushing the boundaries of their already ambitious sound. To mark the occasion, Fucked Up will expand their live lineup to 9 members by including friends Doomsquad to embark on a series of exclusive ZODIAC shows. Fucked up will perform a different set of Zodiac songs each night--many of these songs have never been played live before, and this tour will allow the band to flex a more improvisational and experimental muscle, while retaining all of the power and frenzy of a Fucked Up show.

Sissy Spacek July 10, 2015
11:00PM - - -

Invent Room Pop 51 July 17, 2015
10:10PM - - -

This is the 51st installment of Invent Room Pop. Six musicians are invited to play in duos and trios determined at random, with names drawn out of a hat. Inspect the archives at inventroompop.bandcamp.com.

with Ars Phoenix

Amy O'Dell - keyboards
Colin Mulligan - electronics
Zack Hollenbeck - electronics
Casey B - electronics
Catherine Rush - hums & drums
Max Rams - keyboards

Chain & the Gang, Flandrew Fleisenberg, Shephards July 21, 2015
9:00PM - - -

Chain & the Gang


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Chain & the Gang is led by Ian Svenonius, the prime mover behind the bands Nation of Ulysses and The Make-Up, and author of two books, Psychic Soviet and Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock 'n' Roll Group, not to mention online talk show host and auteur filmmaker. The band deals in a new genre called CRIME ROCK that updates rock 'n' roll, blues, and gospel music or vocal quartets from the late 50s /early 60s for the discerning few.

As Ian himself puts it: "If asked about it by a prospective fan, I would say 'Watch out; it might hurt your feelings.' Or 'Be careful...there's no telling what might happen if you put it in your ear.'" Why? Because Chain & The Gang isn't for everyone. It's not designed for the victims of Ikea who rely on robots to choose their background muzak, but it can also prove to be addictive and has some disturbing side effects.

Flandrew Fleisenberg

Fleisenberg is a player of objects. Drums only fall peripherally into his spectrum, while he is mostly fascinated in coaxing out the inherent material characters of "mundane things". These wide manipulations of external implements draw an aural architecture within the performance space as the embodied performer moves within it. Fleisenberg's movement actions in combination with his material conjuring, creates a discourse inside of a constantly breathing tactile space.

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Sudor, GG King July 24, 2015
9:00PM - - -

Breakdancing Ronald Reagan, Aunt'sAnalog,Coyote,SF July 29, 2015
9:00PM - - -
Price:  7
Breakdancing Ronald Reagan (Austin, TX)
High quality, dynamic and diverse harsh noise amongst other things. BRR is currently residing Austin, TX and has been active with this project since 2003, give or take. BRR shows and releases often feature foul humor, obnoxious stage antics, ridiculous samples and overwhelming volumes. He runs the label #420holocaust and the highly-acclaimed annual Sux By Suxwest noise fest in Austin.

Aunt's Analog (Austin, TX)
Texas' king of pedal smashing Japanoise worship. Often flips tables and freaks out, but still has a psychedelic edge and doesn't rely on macho brutality to get his point across; just real human instability. Instincto Records label owner.

COYOTE is an autobiographical performance art project, examining the intersection of violence and intimacy. Employs imagery of kink and soft femininity, elements of both complete silence and harsh noise, to approach difficult subjects such as abortion, rape, and sexism, with an attitude of sex and body positivity, and subtle humor.

Scraped Face

Scraped Face
Solo output from Curtis Stephens of Atlanta's finest noise quartet, Suffer Bomb Damage.

Aaron Michael Butler, Kivie Cahn-Lipman July 30, 2015
8:00PM - - -
Price:  10
Aaron Michael Butler

Kivie Cahn-Lipman (solo cello)

Kivie Cahn-Lipman holds degrees from Oberlin and Juilliard and is a DMA candidate at CCM. He is the founding cellist of the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) with which he performs regularly to international critical acclaim, as well as gambist, lironist, and director of ACRONYM, a new period-instrument ensemble. An avid performer of contemporary music, Kivie has played more than 500 solo and small ensemble world premieres. He has recorded for the Naxos, New Focus, Bridge, New Amsterdam, Tzadik, ECM, Kairos, Mode, Tundra, Starkland, Olde Focus, and Nonesuch labels. As a chamber musician, Kivie has performed frequently in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and other major venues on three continents, as well as live on WNYC 93.9 in New York and WFMT 98.7 in Chicago. His 2014 recording of the complete Cello Suites of J.S. Bach was praised for its "eloquent performances," "fresh thinking," and "energy and zeal" (The Strad). Kivie taught cello in a full-time position shared between Smith College and Mount Holyoke College from 2005-2012 and has been a faculty member at the Cortona Sessions for New Music since 2012.

Find Your Inner Child: A Toy Piano Recital July 31, 2015
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $10 suggested donation

From experimental chamber rock to the avant-garde, Amy O’Dell thunder punches the Atlanta music scene. She connects these worlds with a passionate and focused energy that permeates her performances. Amy is known as the quirky, energetic keytarist/keyboardist in the Clibber Jones Ensemble appearing in venues all over Atlanta. Since 2012 she has been the adventurous, imaginative pianist of Chamber Cartel. Amy's involvement in these groups has led her to collaborate and commission numerous works from composers in the US and Europe. She can be heard on albums by the Clibber Jones Ensemble and Chamber Cartel. Amy’s latest project will be a concert of toy piano music July 31st at Eyedrum in Atlanta!

Olivia Kieffer – Nobility of Homophones
Adam Scott Neal – Hammers
Aaron Jay Myers – The Butterfly Dream
Carolyn Chen – Glass Umbrella
Aaron Michael Butler – Things I Cannot Say
Caleb Herron – Play
Fabian Svensson – Toy Toccata
John Cage – Suite for Toy Piano

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