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Weekend roundup for April 12-14

Amplify Decatur, Atlanta Film Fest, Trap Karaoke, and more weekend fun that’s not to be missed

Mavis Staples Press Photo Credit Mike Downs
Photo credit: Mike Downs
WE GET BY: Mavis Staples plays Amplify Decatur on Sat., April 13.
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Fri., April 12
— Blis., Mighty, Tenth Row, and Pike Co. at the Masquerade (Purgatory).
Few groups creating indie rock in the post-emo context tap into the raw passion and earnest sentiments that Blis. evokes. Each lyrical bar drips with tangible melancholy, And the instrumentation, which lies at an unexpected intersection of grunge and polished, modern rock production, accentuates the vocals while each song stands its ground. The group’s latest release, No One Loves You (Sargent House), showcases the group’s broad range of emotions and musical style. $10 (adv). 7 p.m. — Will Cardwell

— Joan Osborne plays the songs of Bob Dylan at City Winery.
Singer/songwriter Osborne tours supporting her nearly two-year-old Songs of Bob Dylan release. But those tunes never get stale, and in this politically fiery climate, Dylan’s words are as pertinent today as when he wrote them for a different time and administration. Osborne wraps her smooth, soulful voice around radically different arrangements of this material, altering and often enhancing it. She infuses her style into Dylan material that spans over five decades, digging deep into his catalog and interpreting hidden gems like “Dark Eyes” and “High Water (for Charlie Patton),” among others. $38-$50. 6 p.m. — Hal Horowitz

Joan Baez at the Atlanta Symphony Hall.
Environmental advocate, anti-war activist, and folk singer of the highest order, Joan Baez has worn many hats throughout her storied career. The legendary folk singer returns to Atlanta for a Friday night performance playing songs from her latest album, Whistling In the Wind and more. This show is also a stop on what's being called her "Farewell Tour," so catch her while you can! $79-$131. p.m.

DMX at the Tabernacle.
At the start of 2019, DMX was serving time for tax evasion. Now, months after his release, the iconic rapper is touring one of hip-hop’s landmark albums: It’s Dark and Hell is Hot. DMX is hitting 34 cities to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut album, which spawned classic records such as “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “How’s It Goin’ Down.” When the tour hits the city, hip-hop veterans and young enthusiasts alike will share an experience equivalent to opening a time capsule. With plenty of growling and Ruff Ryders vests galore, it should feel like 1998 again. $58-$254. 7 p.m. (doors). — Joshua Robinson

The Pinx, HeY!ALLigator, Gnomonaut, Chrome Castle at 529.
The Pinx celebrate the release party for the group’s latest album, Sisters & Brothers. Read Chad Radford’s review of the album in this month’s CL.
$12. 9 p.m. 529.

Sat., April 13
— Record Store Day.
The annual music shopping feeding frenzy, Record Store Day, returns this Saturday, April 13. Check CL’s field guide to RSD 2019!

Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival 2019 Atlantic Station.
Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day by attending the Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival. Enjoy a mouthwatering assortment of grilled cheese, and variations on the dish, whipped up by some of Atlanta’s tastiest food vendors. Restaurants from all over the city will be in attendance, grilling up all sorts of deliciously cheesy dishes to the delight of cheese enthusiasts everywhere. The festival will feature free grilled cheese samples, live music, an “adult zone,” and a Bloody Mary Garden (21+). $28-$42.

Intro to Ableton Class at the Bakery.
Join Atlanta Synthesizer Club member Aaron Artrip on a crash-course introduction of Ableton’s music production software. Aaron will show you the basic of how to set up an audio interface and MIDI devices, and most importantly, how to use this software to make bopping electronic music! $5 donation suggested. 2-6 p.m.

Amplify Decatur Festival Downtown Decatur Square.
The Amplify Decatur Music Festival returns to the Decatur Square Saturday, April 13, with performances by Mavis Staples, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, Julien Baker, Kevn Kinny, and the Bitterroots. $45 (General Admission), $149.50 (V.I.P.), $249.50 (Premium V.I.P.).

Trap Karaoke at the Masquerade (Heaven).
The name says it all! Test your knowledge of rap lyrics, celebrate hip-hop culture, and have a blast.
$42. 8 p.m. Masquerade.

Sun., April 14
— Atlanta Film Festival.
The encore of the Atlanta Film Festival will be jam-packed with screenings, social hours, and late-night parties all weekend long. Films playing across the weekend include International Falls, The Cotton Wool Wars, Pageant Material, and much, much more! PLUS! Be sure to stick around Sunday night for a special early presentation of season 8 premiere of Game of Thrones!

Have a great weekend!



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Fri., April 19 
— Sweetwater 420 Fest. at Centennial Olympic Park.
In 2019, the SweetWater 420 Fest celebrates a 15-year legacy as one of Atlanta's most eclectic Earth Day celebrations. The festival brings thousands of boozy merry-goers to Downtown’s Centennial Olympic Park April 19-21, for three days of live music, jam bands of the highest order, earth-friendly activities, stand-up comedy, food trucks, SweetWater brews, an artist market, and more. This year’s lineup features performances by Widespread Panic, the Avett Brothers, the Claypool Lennon Delirium, John Medeski’s Mad Skillett, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Ployd, and dozens more musical acts and comedians spread across five stages throughout the weekend. Click here to check out the full lineup. For more information regarding, time, price, and locations, look online at www.sweetwater420fest.com. $85-$440. Centennial Olympic Park.

— WRASfest 2019 at the Bakery.
Support Georgia State University’s student-run radio station WRAS while rocking out to a stacked bill reflective of their artfully curated programing. Album 88 has been a longstanding fixture of Georgia State, many viewing the station and DJs as arbiters of taste. This year’s lineup consists of Yukons, Twins, Grip, BKGD, Pinkest, Jamee Cornelia, and Flwr Chyld. $7-$10. 7:30 p.m.

— Heart Hunters, The Moonshine, The Ain't Sisters at Kavarna.
The Fairburn, Georgia-based folk duo Heart Hunters, featuring husband and wife songwriting team Drew de Man and Brianna Blackbird, are set to release their debut album, American Eclipse. $10. 8:30 p.m.

—  The Pleasure Point, Fit of Body, Warm Red, Long Stay Ultra.
$8. 10 p.m.

Sat., April 20 
— Dungeon Family reunion tour feat. Big Boi, Goodie Mob at the Fox Theatre.
Few Atlanta collectives have permeated pop culture and change soundscapes like the city's legendary Dungeon Family. Spawning acts such as Outkast, Goodie Mob, Future, and Janelle Monae, Dungeon Family has influenced and developed artists over multiple generations. Now, nearly two decades after the group's fame plateaued, members Big Boi, Goodie Mob, Organized Noize, and KP the Great rally together for the Dungeon Family Reunion Tour. While Outkast is not reuniting for the tour, Dungeon Family's reach in Atlanta hip-hop and beyond is monumental; hopefully high-profile guest performances will make for an unforgettable celebration of one of Atlanta's defining collectives. $35-$125. 8 p.m. (doors).

— Collin Gorman Weiland DKA record release show w/ Celines, Twins, Anticipation, and Myn.

Collin Gorman Weiland makes his way from Minneappolis, Minn. to celebrate the release of a brand new DKA 12-inch EP, titled In My Shattered Vase.
$5. 10 p.m.

— Goat Fest at the Bakery.
The Bakery Atlanta celebrates Earth Day on April 20 with Goat Fest. Live goats, courtesy of Get Your Goat Rentals, will be on the premises and partying. The Goat Fest itinerary includes Goat Yoga with Zach Farr, a curated sustainability speaker series, an afternoon dance party with DJ’s Rogue Jury and Bradley Cooper, a live theatre performance of Peter Flamming and Tanya Povolny’s Goht, and a TBA film screening. Safari Williams, The BIG HEED, and Mani will also be performing. $5 (suggested donations). 1-11 p.m.

— The Scientists play the Earl.
Australian post-punk phenomenon the Scientists have been hailed as an influence by everyone from Sonic Youth to Nirvana, yet the group, which formed in Perth around 1981, remains an obscurity to most. After several years of inactivity, the group returned in 2018 to release the singles, “Mini Mini Mini” and “Braindead,” followed by this year’s EP, titled 9H20.SiO2 via In The Red Records. Now, the group's circa 1986 line-up featuring Kim Salmon, Tony Thewlis, Boris Sujdovic, and Leanne Cowie is together again, making their way across North America on their first proper U.S. tour.

In honor of the Earl's 20th anniversary, the group plays two shows in East Atlanta, April 21-22. Vincas and GG King open the Saturday night show. Gentleman Jesse and the Subsonics open Sunday night.

$25. 8:30 p.m. Sat., April 20. With Vincas and GG King.$25. 7:30 p.m. Sun., April 21. With Gentleman Jesse and Subsonics.

— Lil Baby, Blueface, City Girls at Coca-Cola Roxy.
Quality Control signees Lil Baby and City Girls are bringing the New Generation Tour to a close at the Coca-Cola Roxy. Bubbling West Coast sensation Blueface is also on the bill. A solid blend of glitchy Bay Area bounce, unapologetic Miami ratchetness, and Atlanta street talk, the three acts are key players in the new wave of hip-hop artists. Also a homecoming show for Lil Baby, surprise guests are sure to pop up. A hyped ending to a pivotal tour, resale prices may be worth the trouble as this could be one of the last opportunities to see these rising stars at such a low price point. SOLD OUT. 7 p.m. (doors).

Have a great weekend!"
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__===Fri., April 19 ===__
— [https://www.sweetwater420fest.com/|__Sweetwater 420 Fest. at Centennial Olympic Park__.]
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— __[https://thebakeryatlanta.com/community-calendar-full/2019/4/19/wrasfest-2019|WRASfest 2019 at the Bakery.]__
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— __[https://www.facebook.com/events/2069577033132157/|Heart Hunters, The Moonshine, The Ain't Sisters at Kavarna].__
The Fairburn, Georgia-based folk duo Heart Hunters, featuring husband and wife songwriting team Drew de Man and Brianna Blackbird, are set to release their debut album, American Eclipse. ''$10. 8:30 p.m.''

— __ [http://529atlanta.com/calendar/7360/|The Pleasure Point, Fit of Body, Warm Red, Long Stay Ultra].__
''$8. 10 p.m.''

__===Sat., April 20 ===__
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— __[http://529atlanta.com/calendar/7384/|Collin Gorman Weiland DKA record release show w/ Celines, Twins, Anticipation, and Myn].__
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''$5. 10 p.m.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-424161-Goat-Fest!|Goat Fest at the Bakery].__
The Bakery Atlanta celebrates Earth Day on April 20 with [https://thebakeryatlanta.com/community-calendar-full/2019/4/20/goat-fest|Goat Fest]. Live goats, courtesy of Get Your Goat Rentals, will be on the premises and partying. The Goat Fest itinerary includes Goat Yoga with Zach Farr, a curated sustainability speaker series, an afternoon dance party with DJ’s Rogue Jury and Bradley Cooper, a live theatre performance of Peter Flamming and Tanya Povolny’s Goht, and a TBA film screening. Safari Williams, The BIG HEED, and Mani will also be performing. ''$5 (suggested donations). 1-11 p.m.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/content-425704-The-Scientists-make-a-two-night-stand-at-the-Earl-2|The Scientists play the Earl]__.
Australian post-punk phenomenon the Scientists have been hailed as an influence by everyone from Sonic Youth to Nirvana, yet the group, which formed in Perth around 1981, remains an obscurity to most. After several years of inactivity, the group returned in 2018 to release the singles, “Mini Mini Mini” and “Braindead,” followed by this year’s EP, titled ''9H20.SiO2'' via In The Red Records. Now, the group's circa 1986 line-up featuring Kim Salmon, Tony Thewlis, Boris Sujdovic, and Leanne Cowie is together again, making their way across North America on their first proper U.S. tour.

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Fri., April 19 
— Sweetwater 420 Fest. at Centennial Olympic Park.
In 2019, the SweetWater 420 Fest celebrates a 15-year legacy as one of Atlanta's most eclectic Earth Day celebrations. The festival brings thousands of boozy merry-goers to Downtown’s Centennial Olympic Park April 19-21, for three days of live music, jam bands of the highest order, earth-friendly activities, stand-up comedy, food trucks, SweetWater brews, an artist market, and more. This year’s lineup features performances by Widespread Panic, the Avett Brothers, the Claypool Lennon Delirium, John Medeski’s Mad Skillett, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Ployd, and dozens more musical acts and comedians spread across five stages throughout the weekend. Click here to check out the full lineup. For more information regarding, time, price, and locations, look online at www.sweetwater420fest.com. $85-$440. Centennial Olympic Park.

— WRASfest 2019 at the Bakery.
Support Georgia State University’s student-run radio station WRAS while rocking out to a stacked bill reflective of their artfully curated programing. Album 88 has been a longstanding fixture of Georgia State, many viewing the station and DJs as arbiters of taste. This year’s lineup consists of Yukons, Twins, Grip, BKGD, Pinkest, Jamee Cornelia, and Flwr Chyld. $7-$10. 7:30 p.m.

— Heart Hunters, The Moonshine, The Ain't Sisters at Kavarna.
The Fairburn, Georgia-based folk duo Heart Hunters, featuring husband and wife songwriting team Drew de Man and Brianna Blackbird, are set to release their debut album, American Eclipse. $10. 8:30 p.m.

—  The Pleasure Point, Fit of Body, Warm Red, Long Stay Ultra.
$8. 10 p.m.

Sat., April 20 
— Dungeon Family reunion tour feat. Big Boi, Goodie Mob at the Fox Theatre.
Few Atlanta collectives have permeated pop culture and change soundscapes like the city's legendary Dungeon Family. Spawning acts such as Outkast, Goodie Mob, Future, and Janelle Monae, Dungeon Family has influenced and developed artists over multiple generations. Now, nearly two decades after the group's fame plateaued, members Big Boi, Goodie Mob, Organized Noize, and KP the Great rally together for the Dungeon Family Reunion Tour. While Outkast is not reuniting for the tour, Dungeon Family's reach in Atlanta hip-hop and beyond is monumental; hopefully high-profile guest performances will make for an unforgettable celebration of one of Atlanta's defining collectives. $35-$125. 8 p.m. (doors).

— Collin Gorman Weiland DKA record release show w/ Celines, Twins, Anticipation, and Myn.

Collin Gorman Weiland makes his way from Minneappolis, Minn. to celebrate the release of a brand new DKA 12-inch EP, titled In My Shattered Vase.
$5. 10 p.m.

— Goat Fest at the Bakery.
The Bakery Atlanta celebrates Earth Day on April 20 with Goat Fest. Live goats, courtesy of Get Your Goat Rentals, will be on the premises and partying. The Goat Fest itinerary includes Goat Yoga with Zach Farr, a curated sustainability speaker series, an afternoon dance party with DJ’s Rogue Jury and Bradley Cooper, a live theatre performance of Peter Flamming and Tanya Povolny’s Goht, and a TBA film screening. Safari Williams, The BIG HEED, and Mani will also be performing. $5 (suggested donations). 1-11 p.m.

— The Scientists play the Earl.
Australian post-punk phenomenon the Scientists have been hailed as an influence by everyone from Sonic Youth to Nirvana, yet the group, which formed in Perth around 1981, remains an obscurity to most. After several years of inactivity, the group returned in 2018 to release the singles, “Mini Mini Mini” and “Braindead,” followed by this year’s EP, titled 9H20.SiO2 via In The Red Records. Now, the group's circa 1986 line-up featuring Kim Salmon, Tony Thewlis, Boris Sujdovic, and Leanne Cowie is together again, making their way across North America on their first proper U.S. tour.

In honor of the Earl's 20th anniversary, the group plays two shows in East Atlanta, April 21-22. Vincas and GG King open the Saturday night show. Gentleman Jesse and the Subsonics open Sunday night.

$25. 8:30 p.m. Sat., April 20. With Vincas and GG King.$25. 7:30 p.m. Sun., April 21. With Gentleman Jesse and Subsonics.

— Lil Baby, Blueface, City Girls at Coca-Cola Roxy.
Quality Control signees Lil Baby and City Girls are bringing the New Generation Tour to a close at the Coca-Cola Roxy. Bubbling West Coast sensation Blueface is also on the bill. A solid blend of glitchy Bay Area bounce, unapologetic Miami ratchetness, and Atlanta street talk, the three acts are key players in the new wave of hip-hop artists. Also a homecoming show for Lil Baby, surprise guests are sure to pop up. A hyped ending to a pivotal tour, resale prices may be worth the trouble as this could be one of the last opportunities to see these rising stars at such a low price point. SOLD OUT. 7 p.m. (doors).

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— Chuck D hosts DJ Lord’s Pisces Power Session Birthday Blow Out.
DJ Lord celebrates one more trip around the sun with the return of the annual Pisces Power Session birthday blow out. For this installment of MJQ's Fantastic Fridays, Lord is joined on the turntables by DJs Fudge, Majestik, Hollywood Kid, and more. The evening's regular host and "event insurance provider" Dres tha BEATnik will be on hand to keep the energy moving, with a special guest appearance from the rhyme animal Mr. Chuck D of Public Enemy and Prophets of Rage. $10. 11 p.m. MJQ Concourse.

— Lightning Orchestra, Greenscreen, Konda, Safari Williams.
Lightning Orchestra is the Travis Murphy-led Fela Kuti-style afrobeat ensemble. This show also marks the debut of Greenscreen, a new band featuring Chris Yonker and Christian Ballew of Hello Ocho, Dan Bailey, Dallas Dawson, and Quinn Mason. Safari Williams also performs. $8-$10. 9 p.m. 529. 

— Benny the Butcher at The Drunken Unicorn.
$20-$25. 9 p.m. Drunken Unicorn.

— K.W.E.E.N. Women’s Showcase at North Center.
A perfect close to Women’s History Month, this Friday’s showcase celebrates Atlanta female creatives and business women, featuring vendors, DJs, poets, artists, and musicians. Live performances include East Atlanta R&B and hip-hop duo the Queendom, performance poet Muva the Creator, and more. $7-$10. 7 p.m. North Center.

Sat., Mar. 30
— Live Static Zine Release Party.
A celebration for the release of the first issue of STATIC, a new local poetry zine. The event features live readings by contributors, and empanadas by Papi & Bachi. $5. 7 p.m. 529.

— Michael Myerz Packard Bell 96 release party feat. Delorean Gray, Shouldies, and the Wreck Shit Club.
Read Chad Radford’s feature story, “Michael Myerz returns: With 23 albums under his belt, the Atlanta rapper looks beyond nerdcore.” $8. 9 p.m. 529.

— The Temptations and the Four Tops.
Throwbacks don’t have to be restricted to Thursdays. This weekend, the Temptations and the Four Tops hit Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre for a night of Motown classics. Together, the acts have yielded timeless cuts such as “Just My Imagination” and “Ain’t No Woman Like the One I’ve Got” among many more. Both legends individually, seeing them together should be a treat. $45-$85. 8 p.m. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.

— Toast & Jam: 2 Year Anniversary Show w/ Stay Here, Antarcticats, Challenger Deep, King of Summer, and Fox Wound.
Toast & Jam Studios is a Buford, GA-based independent studio that offers live recordings. Toast & Jam are true supporters of the Atlanta music scene, offering an affordable recording option to many local acts. Tragically, an electrical fire caused thousands of dollars of damage, even destroying several irreplaceable vintage instruments. In the wake of the devastating fire, this stacked bill of local favorites are joining forces to raise funds for Toast & Jam’s rebuild, as well as celebrate the studio’s two-year anniversary. The bands’ portion of the profit’s are going directly to Toast & Jam, so show out and show your support.Click here to donate directly to the studio’s GoFundMe campaign. $10. 6 p.m. Masquerade (Purgatory)

— 2019 Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Fest.
This storied festival features performances by the Wallflowers, Smash Mouth, the Romantics, and more. There will also be local food vendors, a car show, and an artists market. No cover. 10 a.m. Blackburn Park

Sun., Mar. 31
— K Camp, Derez DeShon, Sonny Digital, True Story Gee.
While fans debate whether Soulja Boy or Tyga had the biggest comeback of 2018, K Camp bypasses the social media hype, working quietly to cement an explosive return of his own in 2019. The northside artist has been building momentum off November’s RARE Sound with a slew of promising releases such as “Calling My Spirits Freestyle,” “Switch,” and “Writing On The Wall.” Add a personal invitation to Dreamville’s Revenge of The Dreamers III recording sessions and a teased Quavo collaboration, and K Camp has an interesting year ahead of him. Catch him when his Switch Tour hits the city. $18. 7 p.m. Masquerade (Heaven)"
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''$20-$25. 9 p.m. Drunken Unicorn.''

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A perfect close to Women’s History Month, this Friday’s showcase celebrates Atlanta female creatives and business women, featuring vendors, DJs, poets, artists, and musicians. Live performances include East Atlanta R&B and hip-hop duo the Queendom, performance poet Muva the Creator, and more. ''$7-$10. 7 p.m. North Center.''

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— __[http://529atlanta.com/calendar/7327/|Live Static Zine Release Party].__
A celebration for the release of the first issue of ''STATIC'', a new local poetry zine. The event features live readings by contributors, and empanadas by Papi & Bachi. ''$5. 7 p.m. 529.''

— __[http://529atlanta.com/calendar/7214/|Michael Myerz Packard Bell 96 release party feat. Delorean Gray, Shouldies, and the Wreck Shit Club.]__
Read Chad Radford’s feature story, [https://creativeloafing.com/content-422398-Michael-Myerz-returns|“Michael Myerz returns: With 23 albums under his belt, the Atlanta rapper looks beyond nerdcore.”] ''$8. 9 p.m. 529.''

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Throwbacks don’t have to be restricted to Thursdays. This weekend, the Temptations and the Four Tops hit Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre for a night of Motown classics. Together, the acts have yielded timeless cuts such as “Just My Imagination” and “Ain’t No Woman Like the One I’ve Got” among many more. Both legends individually, seeing them together should be a treat. ''$45-$85. 8 p.m. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.''

__— [http://www.masqueradeatlanta.com/events/toast-jam-2-year-anniversary-show/|Toast & Jam: 2 Year Anniversary Show w/ Stay Here, Antarcticats, Challenger Deep, King of Summer, and Fox Wound.]__
Toast & Jam Studios is a Buford, GA-based independent studio that offers live recordings. Toast & Jam are true supporters of the Atlanta music scene, offering an affordable recording option to many local acts. Tragically, an electrical fire caused thousands of dollars of damage, even destroying several irreplaceable vintage instruments. In the wake of the devastating fire, this stacked bill of local favorites are joining forces to raise funds for Toast & Jam’s rebuild, as well as celebrate the studio’s two-year anniversary. The bands’ portion of the profit’s are going directly to Toast & Jam, so show out and show your support.[https://www.gofundme.com/toast-and-jam-studio-fire-recovery|Click here to donate directly to the studio’s GoFundMe campaign. $10. 6 p.m. Masquerade (Purgatory)]

__— __[https://www.brookhavenga.gov/festival|__2019 Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Fest__]__.__
This storied festival features performances by the Wallflowers, Smash Mouth, the Romantics, and more. There will also be local food vendors, a car show, and an artists market. ''No cover. 10 a.m. Blackburn Park''

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While fans debate whether Soulja Boy or Tyga had the biggest comeback of 2018, K Camp bypasses the social media hype, working quietly to cement an explosive return of his own in 2019. The northside artist has been building momentum off November’s ''RARE Sound'' with a slew of promising releases such as “Calling My Spirits Freestyle,” “Switch,” and “Writing On The Wall.” Add a personal invitation to Dreamville’s ''Revenge of The Dreamers III'' recording sessions and a teased Quavo collaboration, and K Camp has an interesting year ahead of him. Catch him when his Switch Tour hits the city. ''$18. 7 p.m. Masquerade (Heaven)''"
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— Chuck D hosts DJ Lord’s Pisces Power Session Birthday Blow Out.
DJ Lord celebrates one more trip around the sun with the return of the annual Pisces Power Session birthday blow out. For this installment of MJQ's Fantastic Fridays, Lord is joined on the turntables by DJs Fudge, Majestik, Hollywood Kid, and more. The evening's regular host and "event insurance provider" Dres tha BEATnik will be on hand to keep the energy moving, with a special guest appearance from the rhyme animal Mr. Chuck D of Public Enemy and Prophets of Rage. $10. 11 p.m. MJQ Concourse.

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Lightning Orchestra is the Travis Murphy-led Fela Kuti-style afrobeat ensemble. This show also marks the debut of Greenscreen, a new band featuring Chris Yonker and Christian Ballew of Hello Ocho, Dan Bailey, Dallas Dawson, and Quinn Mason. Safari Williams also performs. $8-$10. 9 p.m. 529. 

— Benny the Butcher at The Drunken Unicorn.
$20-$25. 9 p.m. Drunken Unicorn.

— K.W.E.E.N. Women’s Showcase at North Center.
A perfect close to Women’s History Month, this Friday’s showcase celebrates Atlanta female creatives and business women, featuring vendors, DJs, poets, artists, and musicians. Live performances include East Atlanta R&B and hip-hop duo the Queendom, performance poet Muva the Creator, and more. $7-$10. 7 p.m. North Center.

Sat., Mar. 30
— Live Static Zine Release Party.
A celebration for the release of the first issue of STATIC, a new local poetry zine. The event features live readings by contributors, and empanadas by Papi & Bachi. $5. 7 p.m. 529.

— Michael Myerz Packard Bell 96 release party feat. Delorean Gray, Shouldies, and the Wreck Shit Club.
Read Chad Radford’s feature story, “Michael Myerz returns: With 23 albums under his belt, the Atlanta rapper looks beyond nerdcore.” $8. 9 p.m. 529.

— The Temptations and the Four Tops.
Throwbacks don’t have to be restricted to Thursdays. This weekend, the Temptations and the Four Tops hit Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre for a night of Motown classics. Together, the acts have yielded timeless cuts such as “Just My Imagination” and “Ain’t No Woman Like the One I’ve Got” among many more. Both legends individually, seeing them together should be a treat. $45-$85. 8 p.m. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.

— Toast & Jam: 2 Year Anniversary Show w/ Stay Here, Antarcticats, Challenger Deep, King of Summer, and Fox Wound.
Toast & Jam Studios is a Buford, GA-based independent studio that offers live recordings. Toast & Jam are true supporters of the Atlanta music scene, offering an affordable recording option to many local acts. Tragically, an electrical fire caused thousands of dollars of damage, even destroying several irreplaceable vintage instruments. In the wake of the devastating fire, this stacked bill of local favorites are joining forces to raise funds for Toast & Jam’s rebuild, as well as celebrate the studio’s two-year anniversary. The bands’ portion of the profit’s are going directly to Toast & Jam, so show out and show your support.Click here to donate directly to the studio’s GoFundMe campaign. $10. 6 p.m. Masquerade (Purgatory)

— 2019 Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Fest.
This storied festival features performances by the Wallflowers, Smash Mouth, the Romantics, and more. There will also be local food vendors, a car show, and an artists market. No cover. 10 a.m. Blackburn Park

Sun., Mar. 31
— K Camp, Derez DeShon, Sonny Digital, True Story Gee.
While fans debate whether Soulja Boy or Tyga had the biggest comeback of 2018, K Camp bypasses the social media hype, working quietly to cement an explosive return of his own in 2019. The northside artist has been building momentum off November’s RARE Sound with a slew of promising releases such as “Calling My Spirits Freestyle,” “Switch,” and “Writing On The Wall.” Add a personal invitation to Dreamville’s Revenge of The Dreamers III recording sessions and a teased Quavo collaboration, and K Camp has an interesting year ahead of him. Catch him when his Switch Tour hits the city. $18. 7 p.m. Masquerade (Heaven)    Ashton Williams ONLY WAY IS UP: K Camp plays Heaven at the Masquerade on Sun., March 31.                                   Podcast: Weekend roundup for March 29-31 "
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Welcome to Creative Loafing’s weekend roundup podcast for March 8-10. Music Editor Chad Radford joins Will Cardwell, Jacob Chisenhall, and Josh Robinson to shout out their top picks for weekend events. Turn on, tune in, go out!

Friday, March 8
— All Star Legends of Hip Hop
All Star Legends of Hip-Hop boasts a lineup that many festivals would envy, featuring the rap heavyweights behind the ’90s and aughts hits “Back That Azz Up,” “Blow the Whistle,” “Nann Nigga,” and “I Seen A Man Die.” Apart from Too $hort, who hails from Los Angeles, the night belongs to the South, with veteran acts from New Orleans, Miami, Memphis, and Houston. Hip-hop heads are sure to appreciate this tasteful curation of ratchet rap and Southern lyricism while reliving the glory days of Cash Money, Slip-n-Slide, and Rap-a-Lot Records. $50-$90. 7 p.m. Fox Theatre.

— The Beths, Bad Bad Hats
Auckland, New Zealand-based indie pop youngsters the Beths have had a busy year. The international tour for their debut full-length, Future Me Hates Me, and their easily digestible harmonic soft rock have scored gigs and support all over the world. The band’s signature style of fusing layered harmonies with infectious melodies results in catchy earworms with widespread appeal. Though the Beths are currently supporting established acts Death Cab for Cutie and Australian punk outfit the Smith Street Band, the group still finds time to swing by smaller clubs to serenade its growing number of fans. SOLD OUT. 8 p.m. The Earl

— TEEN, Wild Moccasins, Jaguar Purrs
Wild Moccasins is an indie pop-band based out of Austin, Texas, anchored by the musical and personal relationship of Zahira Gutierrez and Cody Swan. The group’s recent releases, Look Together, explores Gutierrez and Swan’s attempt to redefine both their musical and romantic relationship following a break-up. Wild Moccasins is joined by dance-pop group TEEN and “jaguar pop” artist Jaguar Purrs. $10-$12. 9 p.m. 529.

Saturday, March 9
— Experience Hendrix
This year’s model of the popular all Hendrix-all the time tribute features guitar gunslingers Joe Satriani, Jonny Lang, Dave Mustaine, Dweezil Zappa, Eric Johnson, and more covering Jimi’s songs in their own styles. Bassist Billy Cox, the only participant who actually played with Hendrix, brings authenticity and historical perspective. Look for veteran bluesman Taj Mahal to dig deeper into the guitarist’s blues catalog, and expect onstage collaborations that always result in some dynamic, one-off pairings that alone are worth the price of admission. $47.25-$77.25. 8 p.m. The Fox Theatre.

— MINT 2019 Annual Fundraiser
EngageMINT is MINT's annual fundraiser. This year the gallery host the event at the Hathaway Gallery space at 887 Howell Mill Road NW Suite 200. The evening’s activities include an art auction, and a sneak peek at the gallery’s 2019 Leap Year artists' work. The auction features over 100 works by local and national artists with prices starting at $50, and all proceeds supporting MINT. Check out CL podcast with MINT’s Executive Director Cory Klose.

— Sequoyah Murray, Big Ded, Blessingxx, TWINS / That Which Is Not Said (DJ set). Sneaks has canceled, but the rest of the lineup for Saturday night’s show remains the same. $8-$10. 9 p.m. 529.

— Atlanta United Block Party
To psych up fans for the first Atlanta United home game of the season, the team is taking over Edgewood Avenue for the second annual Atlanta United Block Party. Edgewood will be closed off and swarmed by United supporters, who will have access to drink specials, giveaways, and raffles, all as a show of support for their love of the rowdy and proud. 21+. $20. 12 p.m. Edgewood Avenue.

— STRFKR, Shy Boys
STRFKR, pronounced Starfucker, is an indie pop rock trio hailing from Portland. The group has been praised for their compelling hooks, refined song structures and crisp production. STRFKR is joined by Kansas City indie-pop outfit Shy Boys. Sold Out. 7 p.m. Variety Playhouse.

Sunday March 10
— Will Hill
Will Hill is a soulful local rapper gearing up for the release of Illusion EP, his first project in 3 years. Ahead of its release, he visited the Wish Gallery for a stripped acoustic performance of “Focus,” the intro to his upcoming EP. Hill’s live performance showcases the lyrical and inspirational nature of his music and serves as a great introduction for anyone interested in going to the EP release show this weekend. $5-$10. 8 p.m. Aisle 5.

— Metal Battle U.S.A. w/ Misanthropic Aggression, Thrӧtpunch, Soultrap, more
Wacken Open Air's Metal Battle U.S.A. lineup features performances by Misanthropic Aggression, Thrötpunch, Soultrap, Faith In Ruin, Tombstone, Hellbent, Shryne, Deceiving Eve, Sadistic Visions, Don’t Shoot the Messenger, and Violence System. One winner will be flown to Germany (all expenses paid) to play the world's largest metal festival, the Wacken Open Air Festival 2019 (August 1-3). $10. 5 p.m. Masquerade (Hell)."
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Welcome to ''Creative Loafing''’s weekend roundup podcast for __March 8-10__. Music Editor Chad Radford joins Will Cardwell, Jacob Chisenhall, and Josh Robinson to shout out their top picks for weekend events. Turn on, tune in, go out!

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— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-422179-AllStar-Legends-of-Hip-Hop-w/Juvenile,-Too-Short,-Scarface,-Trina,-8-Ball-&-MJG,-Trick-Daddy|All Star Legends of Hip Hop]__
All Star Legends of Hip-Hop boasts a lineup that many festivals would envy, featuring the rap heavyweights behind the ’90s and aughts hits “Back That Azz Up,” “Blow the Whistle,” “Nann Nigga,” and “I Seen A Man Die.” Apart from Too $hort, who hails from Los Angeles, the night belongs to the South, with veteran acts from New Orleans, Miami, Memphis, and Houston. Hip-hop heads are sure to appreciate this tasteful curation of ratchet rap and Southern lyricism while reliving the glory days of Cash Money, Slip-n-Slide, and Rap-a-Lot Records. ''$50-$90. 7 p.m. Fox Theatre.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-421898-The-Beths,-Bad-Bad-Hats|The Beths, Bad Bad Hats]__
Auckland, New Zealand-based indie pop youngsters the Beths have had a busy year. The international tour for their debut full-length, ''Future Me Hates Me'', and their easily digestible harmonic soft rock have scored gigs and support all over the world. The band’s signature style of fusing layered harmonies with infectious melodies results in catchy earworms with widespread appeal. Though the Beths are currently supporting established acts Death Cab for Cutie and Australian punk outfit the Smith Street Band, the group still finds time to swing by smaller clubs to serenade its growing number of fans. ''__SOLD OUT__. 8 p.m. The Earl''

— __[http://529atlanta.com/calendar/6992/|TEEN, Wild Moccasins, Jaguar Purrs]__
Wild Moccasins is an indie pop-band based out of Austin, Texas, anchored by the musical and personal relationship of Zahira Gutierrez and Cody Swan. The group’s recent releases, ''Look Together'', explores Gutierrez and Swan’s attempt to redefine both their musical and romantic relationship following a break-up. Wild Moccasins is joined by dance-pop group TEEN and “jaguar pop” artist Jaguar Purrs. ''$10-$12. 9 p.m. 529''.

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— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-422041-Experience-Hendrix—Engage|Experience Hendrix]__
This year’s model of the popular all Hendrix-all the time tribute features guitar gunslingers Joe Satriani, Jonny Lang, Dave Mustaine, Dweezil Zappa, Eric Johnson, and more covering Jimi’s songs in their own styles. Bassist Billy Cox, the only participant who actually played with Hendrix, brings authenticity and historical perspective. Look for veteran bluesman Taj Mahal to dig deeper into the guitarist’s blues catalog, and expect onstage collaborations that always result in some dynamic, one-off pairings that alone are worth the price of admission. ''$47.25-$77.25. 8 p.m. The Fox Theatre.''

__— [https://www.facebook.com/events/757188747983884/|MINT 2019 Annual Fundraiser]__
EngageMINT is MINT's annual fundraiser. This year the gallery host the event at the Hathaway Gallery space at 887 Howell Mill Road NW Suite 200. The evening’s activities include an art auction, and a sneak peek at the gallery’s 2019 Leap Year artists' work. The auction features over 100 works by local and national artists with prices starting at $50, and all proceeds supporting MINT. Check out ''CL'' podcast with MINT’s Executive Director Cory Klose.

__— [http://529atlanta.com/calendar/6920/|Sequoyah Murray, Big Ded, Blessingxx, TWINS / That Which Is Not Said (DJ set)].__ __Sneaks has canceled, but the rest of the lineup for Saturday night’s show remains the same.__ ''$8-$10. 9 p.m. 529.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-422466-Atlanta-United-Block-Party-|Atlanta United Block Party]__
To psych up fans for the first Atlanta United home game of the season, the team is taking over Edgewood Avenue for the second annual Atlanta United Block Party. Edgewood will be closed off and swarmed by United supporters, who will have access to drink specials, giveaways, and raffles, all as a show of support for their love of the rowdy and proud. 21+. ''$20. 12 p.m. Edgewood Avenue.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-421782-STRFKR,-Shy-Boys|STRFKR, Shy Boys]__
STRFKR, pronounced Starfucker, is an indie pop rock trio hailing from Portland. The group has been praised for their compelling hooks, refined song structures and crisp production. STRFKR is joined by Kansas City indie-pop outfit Shy Boys. ''Sold Out. 7 p.m. Variety Playhouse.''

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— __[https://www.aisle5atl.com/event/1833945-will-hill-atlanta/|Will Hill]__
Will Hill is a soulful local rapper gearing up for the release of Illusion EP, his first project in 3 years. Ahead of its release, he visited the Wish Gallery for a stripped acoustic performance of “Focus,” the intro to his upcoming EP. Hill’s live performance showcases the lyrical and inspirational nature of his music and serves as a great introduction for anyone interested in going to the EP release show this weekend. ''$5-$10. 8 p.m. Aisle 5.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-421054-Metal-Battle-U.S.A.-w/-Misanthropic-Aggression,-Thrӧtpunch,-Soultrap,-more|Metal Battle U.S.A. w/ Misanthropic Aggression, Thrӧtpunch, Soultrap, more]__
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Welcome to Creative Loafing’s weekend roundup podcast for March 8-10. Music Editor Chad Radford joins Will Cardwell, Jacob Chisenhall, and Josh Robinson to shout out their top picks for weekend events. Turn on, tune in, go out!

Friday, March 8
— All Star Legends of Hip Hop
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— TEEN, Wild Moccasins, Jaguar Purrs
Wild Moccasins is an indie pop-band based out of Austin, Texas, anchored by the musical and personal relationship of Zahira Gutierrez and Cody Swan. The group’s recent releases, Look Together, explores Gutierrez and Swan’s attempt to redefine both their musical and romantic relationship following a break-up. Wild Moccasins is joined by dance-pop group TEEN and “jaguar pop” artist Jaguar Purrs. $10-$12. 9 p.m. 529.

Saturday, March 9
— Experience Hendrix
This year’s model of the popular all Hendrix-all the time tribute features guitar gunslingers Joe Satriani, Jonny Lang, Dave Mustaine, Dweezil Zappa, Eric Johnson, and more covering Jimi’s songs in their own styles. Bassist Billy Cox, the only participant who actually played with Hendrix, brings authenticity and historical perspective. Look for veteran bluesman Taj Mahal to dig deeper into the guitarist’s blues catalog, and expect onstage collaborations that always result in some dynamic, one-off pairings that alone are worth the price of admission. $47.25-$77.25. 8 p.m. The Fox Theatre.

— MINT 2019 Annual Fundraiser
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— Sequoyah Murray, Big Ded, Blessingxx, TWINS / That Which Is Not Said (DJ set). Sneaks has canceled, but the rest of the lineup for Saturday night’s show remains the same. $8-$10. 9 p.m. 529.

— Atlanta United Block Party
To psych up fans for the first Atlanta United home game of the season, the team is taking over Edgewood Avenue for the second annual Atlanta United Block Party. Edgewood will be closed off and swarmed by United supporters, who will have access to drink specials, giveaways, and raffles, all as a show of support for their love of the rowdy and proud. 21+. $20. 12 p.m. Edgewood Avenue.

— STRFKR, Shy Boys
STRFKR, pronounced Starfucker, is an indie pop rock trio hailing from Portland. The group has been praised for their compelling hooks, refined song structures and crisp production. STRFKR is joined by Kansas City indie-pop outfit Shy Boys. Sold Out. 7 p.m. Variety Playhouse.

Sunday March 10
— Will Hill
Will Hill is a soulful local rapper gearing up for the release of Illusion EP, his first project in 3 years. Ahead of its release, he visited the Wish Gallery for a stripped acoustic performance of “Focus,” the intro to his upcoming EP. Hill’s live performance showcases the lyrical and inspirational nature of his music and serves as a great introduction for anyone interested in going to the EP release show this weekend. $5-$10. 8 p.m. Aisle 5.

— Metal Battle U.S.A. w/ Misanthropic Aggression, Thrӧtpunch, Soultrap, more
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Welcome to Creative Loafing’s weekend roundup podcast for Feb. 15-17 — the post-Valentine’s Day edition. Music Editor Chad Radford joins Will Cardwell, Jacob Chisenhall, and Joshua Robinson to talk about their top picks for weekend events. Turn on, tune in, go out!

Friday, February 15
— Crazy Doberman, Dubb Normal, Gulp.
Brass player Drew Davis and reeds man Tim Gick lead Crazy Doberman’s psychedelic, industrial-grade ambiance that builds upon the billowing noise of horns, steel chains, maybe a cement mixer, feedback, and electronics melding into an ebb and flow of dronescapes both massive and subtle. The group features John Olson, aka Inzane_Johnny of Wolf Eyes and Instagram fame. Gulp (feat Rin Smith of Rin Larping) and Dubb Normal also perform. $5. 8 p.m. Mother Kitchen + Bar.
Listen to a podcast with Mother Bar + Kitcen's new promoter, Amanda Mills.

— Lobsters of Rock (the B-52’s cover band) with Free Hat.
Listen to a podcast interview with the Lobsters of Rock singer and percussionist Chad Paetznick. $10-$15. 7 p.m. (early show). Smith’s Olde Bar.

— Jacquees.
Rodriquez Broadnax, better known as Jacquees, plays a sold-out homecoming show at the Tabernacle this Friday. Known for his single “B.E.D.” and his infamous Quemixes, the self-proclaimed King of R&B’s Tabernacle show is the latest stop on his 4275 Tour. SOLD OUT. 7 p.m. (doors). The Tabernacle.

— Yukons, Fran, Kibi James, Pinkest.
A night of frenzied and raucous garage sounds featuring four high-energy acts, anchored by Latinx punk trio Yukons. The headliners are flanked by weepy indie-folk artist Fran, and newcomers Kibi James, and frenzied garage rockers Pinkest. $12. 9 p.m. 529.

— Here Come the Mummies with Misnomer.
Known for their bombastic festival performances since the early aughts, Here Come the Mummies are a mysterious eight-piece funk act that’s a real blast from the past. Masked in traditional Egyptian burial garb, HCTM performs novelty songs with sexually-infused lyrics that pair nicely with their funky musical roots — but don’t worry, they always keep things under wraps.  $26-28. 9 p.m. Terminal West.

Saturday, February 16
— Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt 80.
Fela Kuti is the stuff of music legend. The Nigerian-born Afrobeat pioneer reached mythical status with daringly political music that led to his constant harassment from the Nigerian military. Though Kuti has since passed, his musical legacy lives on through two of his sons, Femi and Seun Kuti. As a teenager, Seun became the lead vocalist for his father’s band, Egypt 80, and continues to tour with many of the same musicians who played alongside Fela. Though he works to spread Fela’s tradition of rhythm and revolution, Seun has established his own career with an impressive discography. His most recent LP, 2018’s Black Times, distills Afrobeat into its most potent essence of cathartic horn wails, intricate percussion, and a revolutionary fervor that continues to captivate new audiences of Kuti disciples. — Paul DeMerritt $35. 9 p.m. The Masquerade (Heaven).


— Timmy James & the Blue Flames, The Pinx, Jonny D.
What’s most noteworthy about this meat and potatoes rock show is the Pinx are unveiling their new lineup. Singer guitarist Adam McIntyre, and guitarist Chance McColl bring drummer Cayce Buttrey (formerly of Lord High Admirals) and bass player Chuck Wiles (Buzzards of Fuzz) into the fold. They’re tearing into some numbers from the new self-released Pinx album, titled Sisters and Brothers, due out April 12. $8. 9 p.m. Star Bar.

— SweetWater Brewing Company 22nd Anniversary Throwdown.
After 22 years in business, SweetWater Brewing Company is a titan of Georgia craft brewing. The 420 Extra Pale Ale is a reliable draft or six-pack selection almost anywhere in the state and beyond, and likely many locals’ first exposure to craft beer. Though its “Don’t Float the Mainstream” tagline may be slightly ironic at this point, SweetWater’s consistent quality and availability made it a household name worthy of respect. This Saturday, Feb. 16, the brewery is throwing a huge birthday bash at its newly-renovated taproom to give fans a taste of what’s to come. — Alex Patton $34-$74. 2 p.m. SweetWater Brewing Company.

— Madeintyo, Thutmose, 12 honcho, TheFamilyOrchestra.
“Uber Everywhere” and “Skateboard P” rapper Madeintyo hits Terminal West supporting his debut album Sincerely, Tokyo alongside openers Thutmose, 12 honcho, and TheFamilyOrchestra. The 2017 XXL Freshman is one of mumble rap’s finest, with a bouncy and energetic delivery that makes for an animated live performance. $23-$61. 8 p.m. Terminal West.

— Trevor Noah.
Trevor Noah brings the Loud and Clear Tour for a two-night stand (Feb. 15-16) at the Fox Theatre. The South African comedian is famous for his role as host of The Daily Show and stand up specials such as “African American” and “Afraid of the Dark.” $35-125. 7:30 p.m. Fox Theatre.

Sunday, February 17
— Ofir Klemperer and Atlanta Improvisers Orchestra.
Following their success scoring the second season of the Adult Swim’ Tender Touches, this afternoon show marks Ofir Klemperer and Atlanta Improvisers Orchestra’s debut performance. Lead by Klemperer, the Orchestra features 12 of Atlanta’s wildest experimental musicians, spontaneously inventing, developing, and interweaving themes and motifs together in exciting, yet unconventional ways. Kicking off the performance, Ofir will lead a brief workshop to teach the audience a series of hands signals utilized by jazz conductor Butch Morris, allowing the audience and performers to work together on an improvised musical journey.  $5. 3-6 p.m. The Bakery.

Have a great weekend!"
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Welcome to ''Creative Loafing''’s weekend roundup podcast for Feb. 15-17 — the post-Valentine’s Day edition. Music Editor Chad Radford joins Will Cardwell, Jacob Chisenhall, and Joshua Robinson to talk about their top picks for weekend events. Turn on, tune in, go out!

__===Friday, February 15===__
— __[https://www.facebook.com/events/473987526526063/|Crazy Doberman, Dubb Normal, Gulp].__
Brass player Drew Davis and reeds man Tim Gick lead Crazy Doberman’s psychedelic, industrial-grade ambiance that builds upon the billowing noise of horns, steel chains, maybe a cement mixer, feedback, and electronics melding into an ebb and flow of dronescapes both massive and subtle. The group features John Olson, aka Inzane_Johnny of Wolf Eyes and Instagram fame. Gulp (feat Rin Smith of Rin Larping) and Dubb Normal also perform. ''$5. 8 p.m. Mother Kitchen + Bar.''
[https://creativeloafing.com/content-421327-Music-and-art-come-full-circle-at-Mother-2|Listen to a podcast with Mother Bar + Kitcen's new promoter, Amanda Mills.]

— __[https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-lobsters-of-rock-tickets-54299873383|Lobsters of Rock (the B-52’s cover band) with Free Hat].__
Listen to a [https://creativeloafing.com/event-420620-The-Lobsters-of-Rock,-Free-Hat|podcast interview with the Lobsters of Rock singer and percussionist Chad Paetznick]. ''$10-$15. 7 p.m. (early show). Smith’s Olde Bar.''

— __[http://www.tabernacleatl.com/EventDetail?tmeventid=0E005574F1EF402E&offerid=93908|Jacquees].__
Rodriquez Broadnax, better known as Jacquees, plays a sold-out homecoming show at the Tabernacle this Friday. Known for his single “B.E.D.” and his infamous Quemixes, the self-proclaimed King of R&B’s Tabernacle show is the latest stop on his 4275 Tour. ''SOLD OUT. 7 p.m. (doors). The Tabernacle.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-420712-Yukons,-Fran,-Kibi-James,-Pinkest|Yukons, Fran, Kibi James, Pinkest].__
A night of frenzied and raucous garage sounds featuring four high-energy acts, anchored by Latinx punk trio Yukons. The headliners are flanked by weepy indie-folk artist Fran, and newcomers Kibi James, and frenzied garage rockers Pinkest. ''$12. 9 p.m. 529.''

— __[https://terminalwestatl.com/event/here-come-the-mummies/|Here Come the Mummies with Misnomer].__
Known for their bombastic festival performances since the early aughts, Here Come the Mummies are a mysterious eight-piece funk act that’s a real blast from the past. Masked in traditional Egyptian burial garb, HCTM performs novelty songs with sexually-infused lyrics that pair nicely with their funky musical roots — but don’t worry, they always keep things under wraps. '' $26-28. 9 p.m. Terminal West.''

__===Saturday, February 16===__
— [http://www.masqueradeatlanta.com/events/seun-kuti-felas-egypt-80/|Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt 80].
Fela Kuti is the stuff of music legend. The Nigerian-born Afrobeat pioneer reached mythical status with daringly political music that led to his constant harassment from the Nigerian military. Though Kuti has since passed, his musical legacy lives on through two of his sons, Femi and Seun Kuti. As a teenager, Seun became the lead vocalist for his father’s band, Egypt 80, and continues to tour with many of the same musicians who played alongside Fela. Though he works to spread Fela’s tradition of rhythm and revolution, Seun has established his own career with an impressive discography. His most recent LP, 2018’s Black Times, distills Afrobeat into its most potent essence of cathartic horn wails, intricate percussion, and a revolutionary fervor that continues to captivate new audiences of Kuti disciples. — Paul DeMerritt $35. 9 p.m. The Masquerade (Heaven).


— __[http://www.starbaratlanta.com/events/timmy-james-amp-the-blue-flames-the-pinx-jonny-d|Timmy James & the Blue Flames, The Pinx, Jonny D].__
What’s most noteworthy about this meat and potatoes rock show is the Pinx are unveiling their new lineup. Singer guitarist Adam McIntyre, and guitarist Chance McColl bring drummer Cayce Buttrey (formerly of Lord High Admirals) and bass player Chuck Wiles (Buzzards of Fuzz) into the fold. They’re tearing into some numbers from the new self-released Pinx album, titled ''Sisters and Brothers'', due out April 12. ''$8. 9 p.m. Star Bar.''

— __[https://creativeloafing.com/event-419539-SweetWater-Brewing-Company-22nd-Anniversary-Throwdown|SweetWater Brewing Company 22nd Anniversary Throwdown].__
After 22 years in business, SweetWater Brewing Company is a titan of Georgia craft brewing. The 420 Extra Pale Ale is a reliable draft or six-pack selection almost anywhere in the state and beyond, and likely many locals’ first exposure to craft beer. Though its “Don’t Float the Mainstream” tagline may be slightly ironic at this point, SweetWater’s consistent quality and availability made it a household name worthy of respect. This Saturday, Feb. 16, the brewery is throwing a huge birthday bash at its newly-renovated taproom to give fans a taste of what’s to come. — Alex Patton ''$34-$74. 2 p.m. SweetWater Brewing Company.''

— __[https://terminalwestatl.com/event/madeintyo-2/|Madeintyo, Thutmose, 12 honcho, TheFamilyOrchestra].__
“Uber Everywhere” and “Skateboard P” rapper Madeintyo hits Terminal West supporting his debut album ''Sincerely, Tokyo'' alongside openers Thutmose, 12 honcho, and TheFamilyOrchestra. The 2017 ''XXL'' Freshman is one of mumble rap’s finest, with a bouncy and energetic delivery that makes for an animated live performance. ''$23-$61. 8 p.m. Terminal West.''

— __[https://www.foxtheatre.org/events/detail/trevor-noah|Trevor Noah].__
Trevor Noah brings the Loud and Clear Tour for a two-night stand (Feb. 15-16) at the Fox Theatre. The South African comedian is famous for his role as host of ''The Daily Show'' and stand up specials such as “African American” and “Afraid of the Dark.” ''$35-125. 7:30 p.m. Fox Theatre.''

__===Sunday, February 17===__
— __[https://thebakeryatlanta.com/community-calendar-full/2019/2/17/ofir-klemperer-and-atlanta-improvisers-orchestra-at-the-bakery|Ofir Klemperer and Atlanta Improvisers Orchestra].__
Following their success scoring the second season of the Adult Swim’ ''Tender Touches'', this afternoon show marks Ofir Klemperer and Atlanta Improvisers Orchestra’s debut performance. Lead by Klemperer, the Orchestra features 12 of Atlanta’s wildest experimental musicians, spontaneously inventing, developing, and interweaving themes and motifs together in exciting, yet unconventional ways. Kicking off the performance, Ofir will lead a brief workshop to teach the audience a series of hands signals utilized by jazz conductor Butch Morris, allowing the audience and performers to work together on an improvised musical journey. '' $5. 3-6 p.m. The Bakery.''

Have a great weekend!"
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Welcome to Creative Loafing’s weekend roundup podcast for Feb. 15-17 — the post-Valentine’s Day edition. Music Editor Chad Radford joins Will Cardwell, Jacob Chisenhall, and Joshua Robinson to talk about their top picks for weekend events. Turn on, tune in, go out!

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— Crazy Doberman, Dubb Normal, Gulp.
Brass player Drew Davis and reeds man Tim Gick lead Crazy Doberman’s psychedelic, industrial-grade ambiance that builds upon the billowing noise of horns, steel chains, maybe a cement mixer, feedback, and electronics melding into an ebb and flow of dronescapes both massive and subtle. The group features John Olson, aka Inzane_Johnny of Wolf Eyes and Instagram fame. Gulp (feat Rin Smith of Rin Larping) and Dubb Normal also perform. $5. 8 p.m. Mother Kitchen + Bar.
Listen to a podcast with Mother Bar + Kitcen's new promoter, Amanda Mills.

— Lobsters of Rock (the B-52’s cover band) with Free Hat.
Listen to a podcast interview with the Lobsters of Rock singer and percussionist Chad Paetznick. $10-$15. 7 p.m. (early show). Smith’s Olde Bar.

— Jacquees.
Rodriquez Broadnax, better known as Jacquees, plays a sold-out homecoming show at the Tabernacle this Friday. Known for his single “B.E.D.” and his infamous Quemixes, the self-proclaimed King of R&B’s Tabernacle show is the latest stop on his 4275 Tour. SOLD OUT. 7 p.m. (doors). The Tabernacle.

— Yukons, Fran, Kibi James, Pinkest.
A night of frenzied and raucous garage sounds featuring four high-energy acts, anchored by Latinx punk trio Yukons. The headliners are flanked by weepy indie-folk artist Fran, and newcomers Kibi James, and frenzied garage rockers Pinkest. $12. 9 p.m. 529.

— Here Come the Mummies with Misnomer.
Known for their bombastic festival performances since the early aughts, Here Come the Mummies are a mysterious eight-piece funk act that’s a real blast from the past. Masked in traditional Egyptian burial garb, HCTM performs novelty songs with sexually-infused lyrics that pair nicely with their funky musical roots — but don’t worry, they always keep things under wraps.  $26-28. 9 p.m. Terminal West.

Saturday, February 16
— Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt 80.
Fela Kuti is the stuff of music legend. The Nigerian-born Afrobeat pioneer reached mythical status with daringly political music that led to his constant harassment from the Nigerian military. Though Kuti has since passed, his musical legacy lives on through two of his sons, Femi and Seun Kuti. As a teenager, Seun became the lead vocalist for his father’s band, Egypt 80, and continues to tour with many of the same musicians who played alongside Fela. Though he works to spread Fela’s tradition of rhythm and revolution, Seun has established his own career with an impressive discography. His most recent LP, 2018’s Black Times, distills Afrobeat into its most potent essence of cathartic horn wails, intricate percussion, and a revolutionary fervor that continues to captivate new audiences of Kuti disciples. — Paul DeMerritt $35. 9 p.m. The Masquerade (Heaven).


— Timmy James & the Blue Flames, The Pinx, Jonny D.
What’s most noteworthy about this meat and potatoes rock show is the Pinx are unveiling their new lineup. Singer guitarist Adam McIntyre, and guitarist Chance McColl bring drummer Cayce Buttrey (formerly of Lord High Admirals) and bass player Chuck Wiles (Buzzards of Fuzz) into the fold. They’re tearing into some numbers from the new self-released Pinx album, titled Sisters and Brothers, due out April 12. $8. 9 p.m. Star Bar.

— SweetWater Brewing Company 22nd Anniversary Throwdown.
After 22 years in business, SweetWater Brewing Company is a titan of Georgia craft brewing. The 420 Extra Pale Ale is a reliable draft or six-pack selection almost anywhere in the state and beyond, and likely many locals’ first exposure to craft beer. Though its “Don’t Float the Mainstream” tagline may be slightly ironic at this point, SweetWater’s consistent quality and availability made it a household name worthy of respect. This Saturday, Feb. 16, the brewery is throwing a huge birthday bash at its newly-renovated taproom to give fans a taste of what’s to come. — Alex Patton $34-$74. 2 p.m. SweetWater Brewing Company.

— Madeintyo, Thutmose, 12 honcho, TheFamilyOrchestra.
“Uber Everywhere” and “Skateboard P” rapper Madeintyo hits Terminal West supporting his debut album Sincerely, Tokyo alongside openers Thutmose, 12 honcho, and TheFamilyOrchestra. The 2017 XXL Freshman is one of mumble rap’s finest, with a bouncy and energetic delivery that makes for an animated live performance. $23-$61. 8 p.m. Terminal West.

— Trevor Noah.
Trevor Noah brings the Loud and Clear Tour for a two-night stand (Feb. 15-16) at the Fox Theatre. The South African comedian is famous for his role as host of The Daily Show and stand up specials such as “African American” and “Afraid of the Dark.” $35-125. 7:30 p.m. Fox Theatre.

Sunday, February 17
— Ofir Klemperer and Atlanta Improvisers Orchestra.
Following their success scoring the second season of the Adult Swim’ Tender Touches, this afternoon show marks Ofir Klemperer and Atlanta Improvisers Orchestra’s debut performance. Lead by Klemperer, the Orchestra features 12 of Atlanta’s wildest experimental musicians, spontaneously inventing, developing, and interweaving themes and motifs together in exciting, yet unconventional ways. Kicking off the performance, Ofir will lead a brief workshop to teach the audience a series of hands signals utilized by jazz conductor Butch Morris, allowing the audience and performers to work together on an improvised musical journey.  $5. 3-6 p.m. The Bakery.

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