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Weekend roundup for March 22-24

Sash the Bash, Atlanta Fermentation Fest, Breathers, and more weekend happenings

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I DON'T LIKE YOU: Sash the Bash plays the Earl.

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Welcome to Creative Loafing’s weekend roundup podcast for March 22-24. Music Editor Chad Radford joins Will Cardwell and Jacob Chisenhall to shout out their top picks for weekend events. Turn on, tune in, go out!

Friday, March 22
The Woggles, Bad Spell, Rodeo Twister
Three class acts playing a night of dirty, red-blooded American garage rock. $10. 9 p.m. Star Bar.

Sash the Bash,MammaBear, Alchemy
The first show Sash the Bash is playing in a good long while. MammaBear album release show. $10. 8 p.m. the Earl.

Mountain Man, Jake Xerxes Fussell
A Vermont-based indie folk trio featuring three ladies with lovely voices singing bucolic, mostly a cappella versions of songs that draw heavily from Appalachian folk music. Back in 2018, they released Magic Ship via Nonesuch.$23-$29. 8 p.m. Terminal West.

Breathers, Shinji, BRNDA, True Blossom
$7 9 p.m. the Bakery.

Atlanta Science Festival
The final weekend of the Atlanta Science Festival Includes a chemistry carnival, live physics demonstrations, a hackathon workshop, intro to curling, and a march for science to end the festival proper. Donations. All over the city. Find a full schedule of events and times here.

Saturday, March 16
Spiritualized
Spiritualized is playing Terminal West, supporting their latest album And Nothing Hurt (Fat Possum Records). $42.50-$46 (Sold Out). 9 p.m. Terminal West.

Delta Moon
$15. 9:30 p.m. Blind Willie’s.

Sunday March 17
Sick of it All , Iron Reagan, DDC
Sick of it All is a classic New York City hardcore outfit who’s on the road playing songs from their latest album, Wake the Sleeping Dragon! So you’ll hear new stuff, but their back catalog is deep, going all the way back to 1989’s Blood, Sweat and No Tears — short, like one-minute, maybe a minute-and-a-half songs. There’s a song called “Clobberin' Time/Pay the Price” that was a classic for a young me. There was another one called “Rat Pack.” Part of a generation of CBGB bands that are just as important as Television, Blondie, the Ramones, et al. $18. 8 p.m. Masquerade (Hell).

Atlanta Fermentation Fest
Attendees of the third annual Atlanta Fermentation Festival can sample, purchase, and barter fermented products from dozens of local and regional artisans, while learning about the process and benefits of fermentation through live demonstrations and educational talks. Free-$15. 11 a.m. Cultured South Fermentation Co. —Alex Patton

Slaydies Night: A Dungeons and Dragons Event
The start of an entire week of Slaydies Night’s all over the city honoring female and femme-identifying Dungeons & Dragons players. Free-$10. 12:30 p.m. Diesel Filling Station.



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