SEE & DO: Moving Units play the music of Joy Division

'Transmission,' 'Ice Age,' 'Disorder' and more are in store when the L.A. post-punk trio comes to town

Photo credit:

Though Joy Division fans will never have a chance to see the late Ian Curtis and his cohorts live in concert, they can still enjoy the legendary post-punk band’s songs when Moving Units comes to town. The Los Angeles-based group is coming through Atlanta on a national tour behind its new cover album, Collision with Joy Division. Rehearsal videos from Moving Unit’s Facebook page tease a setlist including “Transmission,” “Ice Age,” “Disorder,” and more. It’s probably a safe bet that the obligatory “Love Will Tear Us Apart” will be somewhere in there, too. Arrive early to see opening acts Viktor Fiction and Soviet.

$12. 7 p.m. Mon., Feb. 27. The Masquerade, 75 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. S.W. www.masq.com.

More By This Writer


Wednesday March 1, 2017 04:00 pm EST
Sophomore album from singer-songwriter Sean Bryant sticks to a theme | more...


Friday February 3, 2017 06:46 pm EST
Young punk trio riles up listeners and late-night audiences | more...


Friday January 27, 2017 09:25 pm EST
Plus, the band talks more about the power of mystery and honing a 'desperate and arrogant' sound | more...


Monday September 19, 2016 09:00 pm EDT
Artists like Karen Miranda Rivadeneira and Esteban Patiño will have works on display | more...


Friday September 9, 2016 01:12 pm EDT
Plus, details on a new movie studio coming to Atlanta and remembrances of Savannah icon Lady Chablis | more...
Search for more by Meagan Mastriani

[Admin link: SEE & DO: Moving Units play the music of Joy Division]

Spider for SEE & DO: Moving Units play the music of Joy Division