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DARK STAR ORCHESTRA While most "tribute bands" travel from town to town and churn out the same show with all the hits every night, the DSO adds a unique twist to the genre by performing different Grateful Dead live shows in their entirety. Since the Dead played about a million different gigs, the source material is pretty wide. It's a Deadhead thing, I guess. $20. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — James Kelly

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DEF LEPPARD, JOURNEY "Photograph." "Pour Some Sugar on Me." "Animal." "Foolin'." "Rocket." "Rock of Ages." "Armageddon It." "Don't Stop Believin'." "Faithfully." "Any Way You Want It." "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)." "Open Arms." "Lights." Bet you can hum at least five of the forenamed. Now list more than one true jam by your favorite crap emo-punk band. That's right, they will never have a greatest hits. Even with that guy who isn't Steve Perry fronting Journey, this show makes all those asexual diary "rockers" with more hair gel than sense look like ass-clowns. I mean, there's a good chance your parents made you to one of these bands. Oh, wait, that's creepy. Rewind. $78.50. 7 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-249-6400. www.livenation.com. — Tony Ware

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HIPP-E Back in the late '90s, Hipp-E and Halo were one of the biggest DJ teams on the California rave scene, rocking audiences with a maelstrom of airy trance and deep house. Now a solo artist, Hipp-E still kicks out the dancefloor jams for Tango Recordings, where he's an A&R rep, and Atlanta imprint SOCO Audio. The latter is bringing him here for a special edition of the weekly Lush party; Ian James warms up the decks. $5-$10. 10 p.m. Lava Lounge. 404-873-6189. www.cosmolava.com. — Mosi Reeves

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LOVEKILL, THE LETTERS ORGANIZE, THE FELIX CULPA Geez, I just love mathy post-punk rock, and just can't get enough. If you like that stuff, too, you'll dig Lovekill, a Cleveland quartet touring in support of its new album, These Moments Are Momentum. Also on the bill are the Letters Organize, who are giving locals plenty of chances to see them for cheap before their new album comes out and they start playing $15 gigs at the Masquerade. Finally, you've got the Felix Culpa, a melodic hardcore band out of Rockford, Ill. 10 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. www.thedrunkenunicorn.net. — MR

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MOSE DAVIS QUARTET Davis and Co. help kick off the National Black Arts Festival's Jazz Around Town Concert Series. The classically trained pianist, one of the hardest-working musicians in Atlanta, has performed with a number of big-name acts (Isley Brothers, David Ruffin) as well as with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Free. 7 p.m. Abernathy Arts Center. 404-733-5000. www.nbaf.org. — David Lee Simmons

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NATIONAL GRAIN, THE EVERYBODYFIELDS, BLAKE RAINEY & HIS DEMONS Atlanta quintet National Grain plays a fast-paced, high and lonesome country sound that barrels down the highways of heartbreak, with a bright and shining twang to light the way. Johnson City, Tenn., duo, the Everybodyfields craft a sound deeply rooted in the traditions of Americana, bluegrass, and classic country. Blake Rainey & His Demons also perform. $5. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — Chad Radford

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FRI/14

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Jere Flint leads the ASO in a free outdoor "parks" concert of light and popular classics, from Copland's "Hoedown" and Shostakovich's "Festive Overture" to Leroy Anderson's "Bugler's Holiday." Free. 7:30 p.m. Wolf Creek Park. 404-733-5000. www.atlantasymphony.org. — Mark Gresham

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GOAPELE The exotic Goapele Mohlabane hails from the Bay Area, Calif., a place with as rich a soul scene as Atlanta's. She issued her debut album, Closer, independently in 2001, then watched it build so much momentum that Columbia Records rereleased it three years later. Her proper major-label debut, Change It All, dropped last December. It seems destined to the same fate as the first while listeners slowly discover her haunting, ethereal voice. $14-$16. 9 p.m. The Loft. 404-885-1365. www.theloftatl.com. — MR

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HANNIBAL LOKUMBE Commissioned by the National Black Arts Festival, the blues, jazz and gospel-rooted "A Great and Shining Light," composed by Lokumbe, is a musical tribute and commentary on the life of former Atlanta Mayor and U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young. This premiere performance features a 150-voice choir, vocalist Bernadine Mitchell, dancer/choreographer Millicent Johnnie, and a jazz ensemble including Lokumbe on trumpet, drummer Terreon Gully, and percussionist Uganda Roberts. $25-$100. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall, Woodruff Arts Center. 404-733-5000. www.nbaf.org. — MG

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RANDALL BRAMLETT Whether working as a sideman for some of the most famous acts in the world or cranking out his own unique brand of Southern blue-eyed soul, Bramlett consistently delivers the goods. His words may be mature and thoughtful, but I dare you to stand still and listen. This is a CD release party for his great new Rich Someday collection. $12. 8 p.m. Smith's Olde Bar. 404-875-1522. www.smithsoldebar.com. — JK

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THE ROCHES, DORIA ROBERTS The three Roche sisters have been working together for a long time, and their almost psychic interaction on stage is spooky at times. They cover the gamut of musical styles, all done with grace and competence. Eddie's Attic veteran Roberts opens. $22.50. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — JK

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TENTONIC Asobi Seksu canceled its appearance, but Tentonic now takes the headline slot. Its anthemic melodies and Brit-rock stylings conjure comparisons that touch on everyone from U2 to Radiohead. Kill Gordon and Pasadena support. $7. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — CR

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SAT/15

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Laura Jackson conducts the ASO in its second summer concert of "Great Film Music," this time from the "golden era" of film music, including music from Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, North by Northwest, and Doctor Zhivago. $27. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall. 404-733-5000. www.atlantasymphony.org. — MG

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BT Electronic producer Brian Transeau appears in Atlanta to perform a "laptop symphony." Now, I don't know what a "laptop symphony" is, but I can tell you what I dream it is. There's this Norwegian trio, Hurra Torpedo, that performs eclectic material such as Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart," but performed while mashing kitchen appliances (please search for it on YouTube.com). So I imagine a "laptop symphony" to involve rhythmically and violently slamming used PowerBooks while swinging new MacBook Pros like lightsabers. But "laptop symphony" is probably just a retarded way to say "epic progressive house" or "breakbeat trance." In Cabana: J-Luv, Kevin O and Prince Presto lay down some funk arias. $15. 10 p.m. Eleven50. 404-874-0428. www.eleven50.com. — TW

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KATHLEEN BERTRAND Bertrand is not only blessed with three-octave range, but she also mixes in her own originals with honoring the standards of others. Here she performs her annual show for the National Black Arts Festival as part of the Jazz Around Town Concert Series, just in time to promote her latest release, New Standards. She will be backed by Kenny Banks on piano, Darrell Freeman on bass, Jeremy Haynes on drums, and Darian Emory on alto sax. Free. 7 p.m. Ebenezer Baptist Church. 404-733-5000. www.nbaf.org. — DLS

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LARVAE, SHADOWHUNTAZ Atlanta's resident electronic-sound sculptors, Larvae, celebrates the release of its second full-length, Dead Weight (Ad Noiseam). The album features collaborations with Hope For Agoldensummer, Jessica Bailiff and others, eschewing Larvae's stylistically dark drum and bass bend for a more personal take on Southern experimental sounds. Transcontinental electro hip-hop heads Shadowhuntaz are also on the bill, marking the group's first live appearance in the Southern U.S. $3. 9 p.m. 11:11 Teahouse. 404-521-1911. www.1111teahouse.com. — CR

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LOS AMIGOS INVISIBLES, LA RUA How can you describe a band that veers effortlessly from rock en Español and crunchy jam-funk sounds to straight up disco-house and trance — and looks good while doing it? Los Amigos Invisibles are touring in advance of their anticipated Superpop Venezuela (which is produced by Dimitri From Paris) album, and it's highly suggested that you attend, and then buy the CD when it reaches stores. Charlotte rock band La Rua opens. $15-$17.50. 9 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — MR

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MON/17

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ELVIS COSTELLO, ALLEN TOUSSAINT The prolific and oft-touring Costello (he was just in town a mere two months ago) is obviously no stranger to Atlanta. Thankfully, the clever chameleon always has a new trick. Last time he was doin' his symphonic thing, but this time the busy dad-to-be is in a funkier mode. Along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Toussaint, an equally prolific singer/songwriter, producer and soulful shape-shifter, the two will celebrate and mourn New Orleans with selections from The River in Reverse, their engaging ode to the perseverance of the Crescent City spirit. $33-$53. 7:30 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.ticketmaster.com. — Lee Valentine Smith

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TUES/18

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HOTEL LIGHTS, JENNIFER O'CONNOR Chapel Hill, N.C.'s Hotel Lights play wispy little numbers in support of their self-titled debut. Brooklyn's O'Connor strums out depressive, bluesy ballads as she waits for her new album, Over the Mountain, to be released on Matador. Oh, lonely indie-rock balladeers, what would you do without your audience? Athens singer Liz Durrett helps count the tears. $7. 9 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — MR

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WED/19

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PAUL SIMON Unlike many of his peers, legendary singer/songwriter Simon continues to age gracefully as he walks his creative journey. His recent album Surprise finds him collaborating with "sonic landscaper" Brian Eno for a collection of tunes that veer from the standard structure and into moody and sensitive ruminations of life and the spirit. After a nod to his present material, of course he'll revisit some of his enduring collection of '60s, '70s and '80s hits, including "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "Mother and Child Reunion," "Graceland," and maybe even "Kodachrome." $38.18-$98.58. 7:30 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.classicchastain.com. — LVS

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· Check out our website at atlanta.creativeloafing.com. Click the "Music" category for a full selection of Soundboard events. CL online provides the address, a map and directions from your location.

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· Bands/performers/venues wishing to be included in Sound Menu's noted-acts boxes may send recordings, press material and schedules two weeks in advance to Creative Loafing c/o Heather Kuldell, 384 Northyards Blvd., Suite 600, Atlanta, GA 30313, or e-mail information to: heather.kuldell@creativeloafing.com. To be included in the listings only, e-mail venue and band schedules by Friday at noon (for the issue that comes out the following Thursday) to soundboard@creativeloafing.com."
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DARK STAR ORCHESTRA While most "tribute bands" travel from town to town and churn out the same show with all the hits every night, the DSO adds a unique twist to the genre by performing different Grateful Dead live shows in their entirety. Since the Dead played about a million different gigs, the source material is pretty wide. It's a Deadhead thing, I guess. $20. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. [http://www.variety-playhouse.com/|www.variety-playhouse.com]. -- James Kelly

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DEF LEPPARD, JOURNEY "Photograph." "Pour Some Sugar on Me." "Animal." "Foolin'." "Rocket." "Rock of Ages." "Armageddon It." "Don't Stop Believin'." "Faithfully." "Any Way You Want It." "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)." "Open Arms." "Lights." Bet you can hum at least five of the forenamed. Now list more than one true jam by your favorite crap emo-punk band. That's right, they will never have a greatest hits. Even with that guy who isn't Steve Perry fronting Journey, this show makes all those asexual diary "rockers" with more hair gel than sense look like ass-clowns. I mean, there's a good chance your parents made you to one of these bands. Oh, wait, that's creepy. Rewind. $78.50. 7 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-249-6400. [http://www.livenation.com/|www.livenation.com]. -- Tony Ware

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HIPP-E Back in the late '90s, Hipp-E and Halo were one of the biggest DJ teams on the California rave scene, rocking audiences with a maelstrom of airy trance and deep house. Now a solo artist, Hipp-E still kicks out the dancefloor jams for Tango Recordings, where he's an A&R rep, and Atlanta imprint SOCO Audio. The latter is bringing him here for a special edition of the weekly Lush party; Ian James warms up the decks. $5-$10. 10 p.m. Lava Lounge. 404-873-6189. [http://www.cosmolava.com/|www.cosmolava.com]. -- Mosi Reeves

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LOVEKILL, THE LETTERS ORGANIZE, THE FELIX CULPA Geez, I just love mathy post-punk rock, and just can't get enough. If you like that stuff, too, you'll dig Lovekill, a Cleveland quartet touring in support of its new album, These Moments Are Momentum. Also on the bill are the Letters Organize, who are giving locals plenty of chances to see them for cheap before their new album comes out and they start playing $15 gigs at the Masquerade. Finally, you've got the Felix Culpa, a melodic hardcore band out of Rockford, Ill. 10 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. [http://www.thedrunkenunicorn.net/|www.thedrunkenunicorn.net]. -- MR

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MOSE DAVIS QUARTET Davis and Co. help kick off the National Black Arts Festival's Jazz Around Town Concert Series. The classically trained pianist, one of the hardest-working musicians in Atlanta, has performed with a number of big-name acts (Isley Brothers, David Ruffin) as well as with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Free. 7 p.m. Abernathy Arts Center. 404-733-5000. [http://www.nbaf.org/|www.nbaf.org]. -- David Lee Simmons

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NATIONAL GRAIN, THE EVERYBODYFIELDS, BLAKE RAINEY & HIS DEMONS Atlanta quintet National Grain plays a fast-paced, high and lonesome country sound that barrels down the highways of heartbreak, with a bright and shining twang to light the way. Johnson City, Tenn., duo, the Everybodyfields craft a sound deeply rooted in the traditions of Americana, bluegrass, and classic country. Blake Rainey & His Demons also perform. $5. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. [http://www.badearl.com/|www.badearl.com]. -- Chad Radford

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Jere Flint leads the ASO in a free outdoor "parks" concert of light and popular classics, from Copland's "Hoedown" and Shostakovich's "Festive Overture" to Leroy Anderson's "Bugler's Holiday." Free. 7:30 p.m. Wolf Creek Park. 404-733-5000. [http://www.atlantasymphony.org/|www.atlantasymphony.org]. -- Mark Gresham

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GOAPELE The exotic Goapele Mohlabane hails from the Bay Area, Calif., a place with as rich a soul scene as Atlanta's. She issued her debut album, Closer, independently in 2001, then watched it build so much momentum that Columbia Records rereleased it three years later. Her proper major-label debut, Change It All, dropped last December. It seems destined to the same fate as the first while listeners slowly discover her haunting, ethereal voice. $14-$16. 9 p.m. The Loft. 404-885-1365. [http://www.theloftatl.com/|www.theloftatl.com]. -- MR

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HANNIBAL LOKUMBE Commissioned by the National Black Arts Festival, the blues, jazz and gospel-rooted "A Great and Shining Light," composed by Lokumbe, is a musical tribute and commentary on the life of former Atlanta Mayor and U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young. This premiere performance features a 150-voice choir, vocalist Bernadine Mitchell, dancer/choreographer Millicent Johnnie, and a jazz ensemble including Lokumbe on trumpet, drummer Terreon Gully, and percussionist Uganda Roberts. $25-$100. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall, Woodruff Arts Center. 404-733-5000. [http://www.nbaf.org/|www.nbaf.org]. -- MG

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RANDALL BRAMLETT Whether working as a sideman for some of the most famous acts in the world or cranking out his own unique brand of Southern blue-eyed soul, Bramlett consistently delivers the goods. His words may be mature and thoughtful, but I dare you to stand still and listen. This is a CD release party for his great new Rich Someday collection. $12. 8 p.m. Smith's Olde Bar. 404-875-1522. [http://www.smithsoldebar.com/|www.smithsoldebar.com]. -- JK

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THE ROCHES, DORIA ROBERTS The three Roche sisters have been working together for a long time, and their almost psychic interaction on stage is spooky at times. They cover the gamut of musical styles, all done with grace and competence. Eddie's Attic veteran Roberts opens. $22.50. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. [http://www.variety-playhouse.com/|www.variety-playhouse.com]. -- JK

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TENTONIC Asobi Seksu canceled its appearance, but Tentonic now takes the headline slot. Its anthemic melodies and Brit-rock stylings conjure comparisons that touch on everyone from U2 to Radiohead. Kill Gordon and Pasadena support. $7. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. [http://www.badearl.com/|www.badearl.com]. -- CR

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Laura Jackson conducts the ASO in its second summer concert of "Great Film Music," this time from the "golden era" of film music, including music from Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, North by Northwest, and Doctor Zhivago. $27. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall. 404-733-5000. [http://www.atlantasymphony.org/|www.atlantasymphony.org]. -- MG

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BT Electronic producer Brian Transeau appears in Atlanta to perform a "laptop symphony." Now, I don't know what a "laptop symphony" is, but I can tell you what I dream it is. There's this Norwegian trio, Hurra Torpedo, that performs eclectic material such as Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart," but performed while mashing kitchen appliances (please search for it on [http://youtube.com/|YouTube.com]). So I imagine a "laptop symphony" to involve rhythmically and violently slamming used PowerBooks while swinging new MacBook Pros like lightsabers. But "laptop symphony" is probably just a retarded way to say "epic progressive house" or "breakbeat trance." In Cabana: J-Luv, Kevin O and Prince Presto lay down some funk arias. $15. 10 p.m. Eleven50. 404-874-0428. [http://www.eleven50.com/|www.eleven50.com]. -- TW

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LARVAE, SHADOWHUNTAZ Atlanta's resident electronic-sound sculptors, Larvae, celebrates the release of its second full-length, Dead Weight (Ad Noiseam). The album features collaborations with Hope For Agoldensummer, Jessica Bailiff and others, eschewing Larvae's stylistically dark drum and bass bend for a more personal take on Southern experimental sounds. Transcontinental electro hip-hop heads Shadowhuntaz are also on the bill, marking the group's first live appearance in the Southern U.S. $3. 9 p.m. 11:11 Teahouse. 404-521-1911. [http://www.1111teahouse.com/|www.1111teahouse.com]. -- CR

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LOS AMIGOS INVISIBLES, LA RUA How can you describe a band that veers effortlessly from rock en Español and crunchy jam-funk sounds to straight up disco-house and trance -- and looks good while doing it? Los Amigos Invisibles are touring in advance of their anticipated Superpop Venezuela (which is produced by Dimitri From Paris) album, and it's highly suggested that you attend, and then buy the CD when it reaches stores. Charlotte rock band La Rua opens. $15-$17.50. 9 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. [http://www.variety-playhouse.com/|www.variety-playhouse.com]. -- MR

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ELVIS COSTELLO, ALLEN TOUSSAINT The prolific and oft-touring Costello (he was just in town a mere two months ago) is obviously no stranger to Atlanta. Thankfully, the clever chameleon always has a new trick. Last time he was doin' his symphonic thing, but this time the busy dad-to-be is in a funkier mode. Along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Toussaint, an equally prolific singer/songwriter, producer and soulful shape-shifter, the two will celebrate and mourn New Orleans with selections from The River in Reverse, their engaging ode to the perseverance of the Crescent City spirit. $33-$53. 7:30 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. [http://www.ticketmaster.com/|www.ticketmaster.com]. -- Lee Valentine Smith

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HOTEL LIGHTS, JENNIFER O'CONNOR Chapel Hill, N.C.'s Hotel Lights play wispy little numbers in support of their self-titled debut. Brooklyn's O'Connor strums out depressive, bluesy ballads as she waits for her new album, Over the Mountain, to be released on Matador. Oh, lonely indie-rock balladeers, what would you do without your audience? Athens singer Liz Durrett helps count the tears. $7. 9 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. [http://www.badearl.com/|www.badearl.com]. -- MR

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__WED/19__

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PAUL SIMON Unlike many of his peers, legendary singer/songwriter Simon continues to age gracefully as he walks his creative journey. His recent album Surprise finds him collaborating with "sonic landscaper" Brian Eno for a collection of tunes that veer from the standard structure and into moody and sensitive ruminations of life and the spirit. After a nod to his present material, of course he'll revisit some of his enduring collection of '60s, '70s and '80s hits, including "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "Mother and Child Reunion," "Graceland," and maybe even "Kodachrome." $38.18-$98.58. 7:30 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. [http://www.classicchastain.com/|www.classicchastain.com]. -- LVS

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DARK STAR ORCHESTRA While most "tribute bands" travel from town to town and churn out the same show with all the hits every night, the DSO adds a unique twist to the genre by performing different Grateful Dead live shows in their entirety. Since the Dead played about a million different gigs, the source material is pretty wide. It's a Deadhead thing, I guess. $20. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — James Kelly

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DEF LEPPARD, JOURNEY "Photograph." "Pour Some Sugar on Me." "Animal." "Foolin'." "Rocket." "Rock of Ages." "Armageddon It." "Don't Stop Believin'." "Faithfully." "Any Way You Want It." "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)." "Open Arms." "Lights." Bet you can hum at least five of the forenamed. Now list more than one true jam by your favorite crap emo-punk band. That's right, they will never have a greatest hits. Even with that guy who isn't Steve Perry fronting Journey, this show makes all those asexual diary "rockers" with more hair gel than sense look like ass-clowns. I mean, there's a good chance your parents made you to one of these bands. Oh, wait, that's creepy. Rewind. $78.50. 7 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-249-6400. www.livenation.com. — Tony Ware

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HIPP-E Back in the late '90s, Hipp-E and Halo were one of the biggest DJ teams on the California rave scene, rocking audiences with a maelstrom of airy trance and deep house. Now a solo artist, Hipp-E still kicks out the dancefloor jams for Tango Recordings, where he's an A&R rep, and Atlanta imprint SOCO Audio. The latter is bringing him here for a special edition of the weekly Lush party; Ian James warms up the decks. $5-$10. 10 p.m. Lava Lounge. 404-873-6189. www.cosmolava.com. — Mosi Reeves

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LOVEKILL, THE LETTERS ORGANIZE, THE FELIX CULPA Geez, I just love mathy post-punk rock, and just can't get enough. If you like that stuff, too, you'll dig Lovekill, a Cleveland quartet touring in support of its new album, These Moments Are Momentum. Also on the bill are the Letters Organize, who are giving locals plenty of chances to see them for cheap before their new album comes out and they start playing $15 gigs at the Masquerade. Finally, you've got the Felix Culpa, a melodic hardcore band out of Rockford, Ill. 10 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. www.thedrunkenunicorn.net. — MR

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MOSE DAVIS QUARTET Davis and Co. help kick off the National Black Arts Festival's Jazz Around Town Concert Series. The classically trained pianist, one of the hardest-working musicians in Atlanta, has performed with a number of big-name acts (Isley Brothers, David Ruffin) as well as with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Free. 7 p.m. Abernathy Arts Center. 404-733-5000. www.nbaf.org. — David Lee Simmons

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NATIONAL GRAIN, THE EVERYBODYFIELDS, BLAKE RAINEY & HIS DEMONS Atlanta quintet National Grain plays a fast-paced, high and lonesome country sound that barrels down the highways of heartbreak, with a bright and shining twang to light the way. Johnson City, Tenn., duo, the Everybodyfields craft a sound deeply rooted in the traditions of Americana, bluegrass, and classic country. Blake Rainey & His Demons also perform. $5. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — Chad Radford

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Jere Flint leads the ASO in a free outdoor "parks" concert of light and popular classics, from Copland's "Hoedown" and Shostakovich's "Festive Overture" to Leroy Anderson's "Bugler's Holiday." Free. 7:30 p.m. Wolf Creek Park. 404-733-5000. www.atlantasymphony.org. — Mark Gresham

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GOAPELE The exotic Goapele Mohlabane hails from the Bay Area, Calif., a place with as rich a soul scene as Atlanta's. She issued her debut album, Closer, independently in 2001, then watched it build so much momentum that Columbia Records rereleased it three years later. Her proper major-label debut, Change It All, dropped last December. It seems destined to the same fate as the first while listeners slowly discover her haunting, ethereal voice. $14-$16. 9 p.m. The Loft. 404-885-1365. www.theloftatl.com. — MR

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HANNIBAL LOKUMBE Commissioned by the National Black Arts Festival, the blues, jazz and gospel-rooted "A Great and Shining Light," composed by Lokumbe, is a musical tribute and commentary on the life of former Atlanta Mayor and U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young. This premiere performance features a 150-voice choir, vocalist Bernadine Mitchell, dancer/choreographer Millicent Johnnie, and a jazz ensemble including Lokumbe on trumpet, drummer Terreon Gully, and percussionist Uganda Roberts. $25-$100. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall, Woodruff Arts Center. 404-733-5000. www.nbaf.org. — MG

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RANDALL BRAMLETT Whether working as a sideman for some of the most famous acts in the world or cranking out his own unique brand of Southern blue-eyed soul, Bramlett consistently delivers the goods. His words may be mature and thoughtful, but I dare you to stand still and listen. This is a CD release party for his great new Rich Someday collection. $12. 8 p.m. Smith's Olde Bar. 404-875-1522. www.smithsoldebar.com. — JK

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THE ROCHES, DORIA ROBERTS The three Roche sisters have been working together for a long time, and their almost psychic interaction on stage is spooky at times. They cover the gamut of musical styles, all done with grace and competence. Eddie's Attic veteran Roberts opens. $22.50. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — JK

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TENTONIC Asobi Seksu canceled its appearance, but Tentonic now takes the headline slot. Its anthemic melodies and Brit-rock stylings conjure comparisons that touch on everyone from U2 to Radiohead. Kill Gordon and Pasadena support. $7. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — CR

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Laura Jackson conducts the ASO in its second summer concert of "Great Film Music," this time from the "golden era" of film music, including music from Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, North by Northwest, and Doctor Zhivago. $27. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall. 404-733-5000. www.atlantasymphony.org. — MG

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BT Electronic producer Brian Transeau appears in Atlanta to perform a "laptop symphony." Now, I don't know what a "laptop symphony" is, but I can tell you what I dream it is. There's this Norwegian trio, Hurra Torpedo, that performs eclectic material such as Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart," but performed while mashing kitchen appliances (please search for it on YouTube.com). So I imagine a "laptop symphony" to involve rhythmically and violently slamming used PowerBooks while swinging new MacBook Pros like lightsabers. But "laptop symphony" is probably just a retarded way to say "epic progressive house" or "breakbeat trance." In Cabana: J-Luv, Kevin O and Prince Presto lay down some funk arias. $15. 10 p.m. Eleven50. 404-874-0428. www.eleven50.com. — TW

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KATHLEEN BERTRAND Bertrand is not only blessed with three-octave range, but she also mixes in her own originals with honoring the standards of others. Here she performs her annual show for the National Black Arts Festival as part of the Jazz Around Town Concert Series, just in time to promote her latest release, New Standards. She will be backed by Kenny Banks on piano, Darrell Freeman on bass, Jeremy Haynes on drums, and Darian Emory on alto sax. Free. 7 p.m. Ebenezer Baptist Church. 404-733-5000. www.nbaf.org. — DLS

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LARVAE, SHADOWHUNTAZ Atlanta's resident electronic-sound sculptors, Larvae, celebrates the release of its second full-length, Dead Weight (Ad Noiseam). The album features collaborations with Hope For Agoldensummer, Jessica Bailiff and others, eschewing Larvae's stylistically dark drum and bass bend for a more personal take on Southern experimental sounds. Transcontinental electro hip-hop heads Shadowhuntaz are also on the bill, marking the group's first live appearance in the Southern U.S. $3. 9 p.m. 11:11 Teahouse. 404-521-1911. www.1111teahouse.com. — CR

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LOS AMIGOS INVISIBLES, LA RUA How can you describe a band that veers effortlessly from rock en Español and crunchy jam-funk sounds to straight up disco-house and trance — and looks good while doing it? Los Amigos Invisibles are touring in advance of their anticipated Superpop Venezuela (which is produced by Dimitri From Paris) album, and it's highly suggested that you attend, and then buy the CD when it reaches stores. Charlotte rock band La Rua opens. $15-$17.50. 9 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — MR

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ELVIS COSTELLO, ALLEN TOUSSAINT The prolific and oft-touring Costello (he was just in town a mere two months ago) is obviously no stranger to Atlanta. Thankfully, the clever chameleon always has a new trick. Last time he was doin' his symphonic thing, but this time the busy dad-to-be is in a funkier mode. Along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Toussaint, an equally prolific singer/songwriter, producer and soulful shape-shifter, the two will celebrate and mourn New Orleans with selections from The River in Reverse, their engaging ode to the perseverance of the Crescent City spirit. $33-$53. 7:30 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.ticketmaster.com. — Lee Valentine Smith

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HOTEL LIGHTS, JENNIFER O'CONNOR Chapel Hill, N.C.'s Hotel Lights play wispy little numbers in support of their self-titled debut. Brooklyn's O'Connor strums out depressive, bluesy ballads as she waits for her new album, Over the Mountain, to be released on Matador. Oh, lonely indie-rock balladeers, what would you do without your audience? Athens singer Liz Durrett helps count the tears. $7. 9 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — MR

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PAUL SIMON Unlike many of his peers, legendary singer/songwriter Simon continues to age gracefully as he walks his creative journey. His recent album Surprise finds him collaborating with "sonic landscaper" Brian Eno for a collection of tunes that veer from the standard structure and into moody and sensitive ruminations of life and the spirit. After a nod to his present material, of course he'll revisit some of his enduring collection of '60s, '70s and '80s hits, including "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "Mother and Child Reunion," "Graceland," and maybe even "Kodachrome." $38.18-$98.58. 7:30 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.classicchastain.com. — LVS

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BLACK CROWES, ROBERT RANDOLPH & THE FAMILY BAND, DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS If you're a popular band like the Black Crowes that tours constantly and wants to bring out fans for the next go-round, what do you do? Hire a pair of sterling opening acts. As a result, Georgia's favorite rock band, the Drive-By Truckers, and sacred steel dynamo Robert Randolph and his Family Band are supporting the long-running Crowes, and they're worth the price of admission alone. $24.50-$49.50. 6:30 p.m. HiFi Buys Amphitheatre. 404-443-5090. www.hob.com. — Mosi Reeves

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TRANSIT TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY Over the past two years, the Transit biweekly has really drummed up a fan base. But that's not why they call it drum 'n' bass. No, they call it drum 'n' bass because of an ancient tradition passed down from the Druids through the Winstons Bros. to Meat Beat Manifesto and finally to breakbeat 'ardkore producers in early '90s inner-city London. The newly darkcore dancehall soundsystem underwent deeply phantasmagorical changes under the auspices of producer/DJs including Transit headliners Optical. Joining the techstep troops are the Upbeats, MC Armanni, Evol Intent vs. Mayhem, Deco vs. Sorted and MC Race One. The only thing missing from this night is a miniature replica of Stonehenge. Guys, $15; ladies, free. 10 p.m. The Mark. 678-904-0050. www.themarkatlanta.com. — Tony Ware

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FRI/7

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CASEY DRIESSEN, RISSI PALMER It's five-act Friday again, but only two spots were filled at press time. Fiddle virtuoso Driessen, who has performed with Steve Earle, Tim O'Brien, and Bela Fleck, makes his solo Atlanta debut tonight, featuring songs from his excellent Sugar Hill CD 3D. Palmer is a mainstream country vocalist with a gorgeous voice. Consider the other three acts a grab bag. $10. 7 p.m. Eddie's Attic. 404-377-4976. www.eddiesattic.com. — James Kelly

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DROPSONIC, TRAINDODGE Tonight, Atlanta's Dropsonic celebrates the release of Xerxes, its unique new split EP with fellow rockers Traindodge, pals from Oklahoma City. But what's so different about this split EP? It includes two songs where the bands split, swapping rhythm sections to totally meld their sounds. Sounds interesting. Go see the great exchange in person. 9 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. 404-870-0575. www.thedrunkenunicorn.net. — Lee Valentine Smith

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HOT TUNA (ELECTRIC) Jorma and Jack have often been pegged as remnants of the original Jefferson Airplane, but their history as a duet goes all the way back to the '50s. Even approaching the unheard of 50-year mark in their collaboration, the duo shows no signs of aging, as its classic blues-rock sound is as fresh and compelling as it was in the old days. $20. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — JK

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MINISTRY, REVOLTING COCKS After descending into an inconsistent haze for most of the '90s, Ministry mainstay Al Jourgensen returned in 2003 with Animositisomina, and has since been putting out Psalm 70, Psalm 71, etc., in reference to albums similar in constitution to Ministry's 1992 breakthrough Psalm 69. These albums — including the latest, Rio Grande Blood — heap a barrage of Bush bashing atop bile-eroded industrial thrash. Additionally, Jourgensen wins an award for music's most unrelenting album title puns (Houses of the Molé, Greatest Fits, Dark Side of the Spoon, Side Trax B-sides collection, the Sphinctour live album). Porno pun-heavy Revolting Cocks, meanwhile, are like Ministry giving the donkey punch to My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult — all sleazy sneer over steely grind. Animal Filter and Pitbull Daycare also appear. 7 p.m. $25. Masquerade. 404-577-8178. www.masq.com. — TW

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TAMMY ALLEN AND THE COLORS OF JAZZ A vocalist who blends smooth jazz, R&B and Latin influences, Allen left the grind of L.A. and Vegas clubs behind her to make the Atlanta area her musical home. The outdoor concert on the Callanwolde lawns, blanket and picnic basket style, will move to the indoor courtyard if it rains. $15. 7:30 p.m. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. 404-872-5338. www.callanwolde.org. — Mark Gresham

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TENEMENT HALLS, GENTLEMAN JESSE & HIS MEN Celebrating another year of indie-rock excellence, the Earl hosts its seven-year anniversary party, headlined by Atlanta's indie-rock heirloom, Tenement Halls. Fronted by former Rock*A*Teens singer/guitarist Chris Lopez, Tenement Halls craft noisy and melancholy pop driven by a songwriter whose words are as spectral and Southern as William Faulkner or Erskine Caldwell. Gentleman Jesse & His Men open. Free. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — Chad Radford

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Laura Jackson conducts the ASO in the first of two concerts of "Great Film Music," both music written for films (Raiders of the Lost Ark, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and Mission Impossible) and concert classics used in film that help make the blockbusters leap off the screen and into your face. $27. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall. 404-733-5000. www.atlantasymphony.org. — MG

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KRS-ONE They say there are four pillars of hip-hop. I'm still waiting for someone to tell me if they are Ionic, Doric or Corinthian. Until then, I'll just assume they mean MCing, DJing, breakdancing and graffiti. That's certainly what is meant at Dropbombz.com's "This Is Hip-Hop," an event headlined by "The Teacher" KRS-One, straight outta tha Bronx. Joining in the boogie down boom-bap are Mars Ill, Intellekt and Dirty Digits and Dres tha Beatnik. Will there be B-Boys and B-Girls? You betcha! A Needle to the Record DJ Battle? Check! A drum 'n' bass room featuring Evol Intent, Corrupt Souls, Mayhem and 180 Degrees? They invented wearing that pastel camo shit! I just wish someone would be there dropping mad science on the impact of Greek architecture, because then I could yell, "When I say frieze you say frieze one time, when I say frieze y'all stop on a dime!" $20-$25. 8 p.m. The Loft. 404-885-1365. www.theloftatl.com. — TW

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RANDY TRAVIS Travis was one of the prime movers of country's "New Traditionalist" movement in the mid '80s, and his emotional baritone sounds just as good today. The hits just keep coming. He has explored the gospel genre lately, but the stone-cold honky-tonk is his main entree. $22-$61. 8 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.classicchastain.org. — JK

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SAEED YOUNAN Having been to Washington, D.C., a handful of times I can tell you them streets is crazy, and I ain't even talking about the crime. Some possessed architects laid D.C. out in zany Freemason patterns where straight and diagonal streets intersect in a supposed effort to impede line of sight in the event of an invasion. I suspect intentions more mystical, like the Earth energy harnessed in the tarmac lattice seeps into the citizens including Star 69 DJ Younan, resulting in tribal thumping full of sultry squelches. House of Representatives, meet house music. Ya secret society gold ring-wearing bastiches. J-Luv, Kevin O and Prince Presto perform undulating rituals in Eden. 9 p.m. $15. Eleven50. 404-874-0428. www.eleven50.com. — TW

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SEELY, SHANNON MULVANEY ROAST/BENEFIT The local music community is rallying to raise money to help International Hits co-owner and all-around music fixture Mulvaney pay medical bills in the fight against cancer. If you've ever wanted to make fun of Mulvaney's sideburns, now's the chance. Performances by Anna Kramer, the Selmanaires, Johnny Knox, the Liverhearts and more are also on hand. Long-defunct Atlanta art-rockers Seely reconvene to close the show. $7. 7 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — CR

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URBAN LEGENDS, SUBURBAN HYMNS Clever Mark Thomas Kluepfel and his Action Action associates return to headline this long evening of danceable pop. Still touring to support their giddy An Army of Shapes Between Wars, the Action continues after energetic sets from the Matches, Portugal, the Man, the Classic Crime and Rediscover. $10. 7 p.m. The Masquerade. 404-577-8178. www.masq.com. — LVS

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CARLA BOZULICH, THE DEAD SCIENCE Based out of Los Angeles, Bozulich makes music that is atmospheric, strained and harsh. Her album Evangelista, recorded with the cream of Constellation Records' crop (think Godspeed You! Black Emperor and A Silver Mt. Zion), is a uniquely bittersweet pill. The instrumentation is jagged and industrial, and she manipulates her voice from a sad wail to a horrifying screech. In contrast, Seattle group the Dead Science is standard indie rock, albeit dramatically rendered. Local bands Ani Rossi and One Hand Loves the Other open. $5. 9 p.m. Lenny's. 404-577-7721. www.lennysbar.com. — MR

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ALAN MORRISON Atlanta native Morrison is one of today's most sought-after classical organists of his generation, and is currently head of the organ department at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. The program is part of Buckhead's annual Atlanta Summer Organ Festival. $10 (suggested donation). 7:30 p.m. Cathedral of St. Philip. 404-240-8212. www.stphilipscathedral.org. — MG

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CAMERA OBSCURA, GEORGIE JAMES The cheeky lassies of Glasgow, Scotland's Camera Obscura cross the pond to play a set of fey-pop tunes from the group's latest Merge Records offering, Let's Get Out of this Country. Former Q and Not U drummer John Davis and singer/songwriter Laura Burhenn convene as Georgie James, churning out strong melodies and '70s-style pop harmonies carved out by drums, guitars and a Fender Rhodes. $10. 7 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — CR

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PETER FRAMPTON WITH THE ASO Best-known for his double-live album Frampton Comes Alive, the vintage singer/guitarist really does come alive on stage. His studio albums have never quite captured the excitement of that lengthy collection from 30 years ago, but Frampton — also co-founder of the legendary and oft-imitated Humble Pie — continues to revisit the '70s, much to the pleasure of his many fans. Tonight, the Atlanta Symphony adds some orchestral oomph to some of his classics. "Do You Feel Like We Do?" Sometimes, yeah. $27.84-$74.28. 8 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.classicchastain.com. — LVS

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LOVEKILL, THE LETTERS ORGANIZE, THE FELIX CULPA Geez, I just love mathy post-punk rock, and just can't get enough. If you like that stuff, too, you'll dig Lovekill, a Cleveland quartet touring in support of its new album, These Moments Are Momentum. Also on the bill are the Letters Organize, who are giving locals plenty of chances to see them for cheap before their new album comes out and they start playing $15 gigs at the Masquerade. Finally, you've got the Felix Culpa, a melodic hardcore band out of Rockford, Ill. 10 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. www.thedrunkenunicorn.net. — MR

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__BLACK CROWES, ROBERT RANDOLPH & THE FAMILY BAND, DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS__ If you're a popular band like the Black Crowes that tours constantly and wants to bring out fans for the next go-round, what do you do? Hire a pair of sterling opening acts. As a result, Georgia's favorite rock band, the Drive-By Truckers, and sacred steel dynamo Robert Randolph and his Family Band are supporting the long-running Crowes, and they're worth the price of admission alone. __$24.50-$49.50. 6:30 p.m. HiFi Buys Amphitheatre. 404-443-5090. [http://www.hob.com/|www.hob.com].__ -- Mosi Reeves

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__TRANSIT TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY__ Over the past two years, the Transit biweekly has really drummed up a fan base. But that's not why they call it drum 'n' bass. No, they call it drum 'n' bass because of an ancient tradition passed down from the Druids through the Winstons Bros. to Meat Beat Manifesto and finally to breakbeat 'ardkore producers in early '90s inner-city London. The newly darkcore dancehall soundsystem underwent deeply phantasmagorical changes under the auspices of producer/DJs including Transit headliners Optical. Joining the techstep troops are the Upbeats, MC Armanni, Evol Intent vs. Mayhem, Deco vs. Sorted and MC Race One. The only thing missing from this night is a miniature replica of Stonehenge. __Guys, $15; ladies, free. 10 p.m. The Mark. 678-904-0050. [http://www.themarkatlanta.com/|www.themarkatlanta.com]__. -- Tony Ware

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__CASEY DRIESSEN, RISSI PALMER__ It's five-act Friday again, but only two spots were filled at press time. Fiddle virtuoso Driessen, who has performed with Steve Earle, Tim O'Brien, and Bela Fleck, makes his solo Atlanta debut tonight, featuring songs from his excellent Sugar Hill CD ''3D''. Palmer is a mainstream country vocalist with a gorgeous voice. Consider the other three acts a grab bag. __$10. 7 p.m. Eddie's Attic. 404-377-4976. [http://www.eddiesattic.com/|www.eddiesattic.com].__ -- James Kelly

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__DROPSONIC, TRAINDODGE__ Tonight, Atlanta's Dropsonic celebrates the release of ''Xerxes'', its unique new split EP with fellow rockers Traindodge, pals from Oklahoma City. But what's so different about this split EP? It includes two songs where the bands split, swapping rhythm sections to totally meld their sounds. Sounds interesting. Go see the great exchange in person. __9 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. 404-870-0575. [http://www.thedrunkenunicorn.net/|www.thedrunkenunicorn.net].__ -- Lee Valentine Smith

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__HOT TUNA (ELECTRIC)__ Jorma and Jack have often been pegged as remnants of the original Jefferson Airplane, but their history as a duet goes all the way back to the '50s. Even approaching the unheard of 50-year mark in their collaboration, the duo shows no signs of aging, as its classic blues-rock sound is as fresh and compelling as it was in the old days. __$20. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. [http://www.variety-playhouse.com/|www.variety-playhouse.com].__ -- JK

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__MINISTRY, REVOLTING COCKS__ After descending into an inconsistent haze for most of the '90s, Ministry mainstay Al Jourgensen returned in 2003 with ''Animositisomina'', and has since been putting out ''Psalm 70'', ''Psalm 71'', etc., in reference to albums similar in constitution to Ministry's 1992 breakthrough ''Psalm 69''. These albums -- including the latest, ''Rio Grande Blood'' -- heap a barrage of Bush bashing atop bile-eroded industrial thrash. Additionally, Jourgensen wins an award for music's most unrelenting album title puns (''Houses of the Molé, Greatest Fits, Dark Side of the Spoon, Side Trax'' B-sides collection, the ''Sphinctour'' live album). Porno pun-heavy Revolting Cocks, meanwhile, are like Ministry giving the donkey punch to My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult -- all sleazy sneer over steely grind. Animal Filter and Pitbull Daycare also appear. __7 p.m. $25. Masquerade. 404-577-8178. [http://www.masq.com/|www.masq.com].__ -- TW

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__TAMMY ALLEN AND THE COLORS OF JAZZ__ A vocalist who blends smooth jazz, R&B and Latin influences, Allen left the grind of L.A. and Vegas clubs behind her to make the Atlanta area her musical home. The outdoor concert on the Callanwolde lawns, blanket and picnic basket style, will move to the indoor courtyard if it rains. __$15. 7:30 p.m. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. 404-872-5338. [http://www.callanwolde.org/|www.callanwolde.org].__ -- Mark Gresham

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__TENEMENT HALLS, GENTLEMAN JESSE & HIS MEN__ Celebrating another year of indie-rock excellence, the Earl hosts its seven-year anniversary party, headlined by Atlanta's indie-rock heirloom, Tenement Halls. Fronted by former Rock*A*Teens singer/guitarist Chris Lopez, Tenement Halls craft noisy and melancholy pop driven by a songwriter whose words are as spectral and Southern as William Faulkner or Erskine Caldwell. Gentleman Jesse & His Men open. __Free. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. [http://www.badearl.com/|www.badearl.com].__ -- Chad Radford

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__ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA__ Laura Jackson conducts the ASO in the first of two concerts of "Great Film Music," both music written for films (''Raiders of the Lost Ark, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean'' and ''Mission Impossible'') and concert classics used in film that help make the blockbusters leap off the screen and into your face. __$27. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall. 404-733-5000. [http://www.atlantasymphony.org/|www.atlantasymphony.org].__ -- MG

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__KRS-ONE__ They say there are four pillars of hip-hop. I'm still waiting for someone to tell me if they are Ionic, Doric or Corinthian. Until then, I'll just assume they mean MCing, DJing, breakdancing and graffiti. That's certainly what is meant at [http://dropbombz.com/|Dropbombz.com]'s "This Is Hip-Hop," an event headlined by "The Teacher" KRS-One, straight outta tha Bronx. Joining in the boogie down boom-bap are Mars Ill, Intellekt and Dirty Digits and Dres tha Beatnik. Will there be B-Boys and B-Girls? You betcha! A Needle to the Record DJ Battle? Check! A drum 'n' bass room featuring Evol Intent, Corrupt Souls, Mayhem and 180 Degrees? They invented wearing that pastel camo shit! I just wish someone would be there dropping mad science on the impact of Greek architecture, because then I could yell, "When I say frieze you say frieze one time, when I say frieze y'all stop on a dime!" __$20-$25. 8 p.m. The Loft. 404-885-1365. [http://www.theloftatl.com/|www.theloftatl.com].__ -- TW

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__RANDY TRAVIS__ Travis was one of the prime movers of country's "New Traditionalist" movement in the mid '80s, and his emotional baritone sounds just as good today. The hits just keep coming. He has explored the gospel genre lately, but the stone-cold honky-tonk is his main entree. __$22-$61. 8 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. [http://www.classicchastain.org/|www.classicchastain.org].__ -- JK

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__SAEED YOUNAN__ Having been to Washington, D.C., a handful of times I can tell you them streets is crazy, and I ain't even talking about the crime. Some possessed architects laid D.C. out in zany Freemason patterns where straight and diagonal streets intersect in a supposed effort to impede line of sight in the event of an invasion. I suspect intentions more mystical, like the Earth energy harnessed in the tarmac lattice seeps into the citizens including Star 69 DJ Younan, resulting in tribal thumping full of sultry squelches. House of Representatives, meet house music. Ya secret society gold ring-wearing bastiches. J-Luv, Kevin O and Prince Presto perform undulating rituals in Eden. __9 p.m. $15. Eleven50. 404-874-0428. [http://www.eleven50.com/|www.eleven50.com].__ -- TW

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__SEELY, SHANNON MULVANEY ROAST/BENEFIT__ The local music community is rallying to raise money to help International Hits co-owner and all-around music fixture Mulvaney pay medical bills in the fight against cancer. If you've ever wanted to make fun of Mulvaney's sideburns, now's the chance. Performances by Anna Kramer, the Selmanaires, Johnny Knox, the Liverhearts and more are also on hand. Long-defunct Atlanta art-rockers Seely reconvene to close the show. __$7. 7 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. [http://www.badearl.com/|www.badearl.com].__ -- CR

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__URBAN LEGENDS, SUBURBAN HYMNS__ Clever Mark Thomas Kluepfel and his Action Action associates return to headline this long evening of danceable pop. Still touring to support their giddy ''An Army of Shapes Between Wars'', the Action continues after energetic sets from the Matches, Portugal, the Man, the Classic Crime and Rediscover. __$10. 7 p.m. The Masquerade. 404-577-8178. [http://www.masq.com/|www.masq.com].__ -- LVS

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__MON/10__

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__CARLA BOZULICH, THE DEAD SCIENCE__ Based out of Los Angeles, Bozulich makes music that is atmospheric, strained and harsh. Her album ''Evangelista'', recorded with the cream of Constellation Records' crop (think Godspeed You! Black Emperor and A Silver Mt. Zion), is a uniquely bittersweet pill. The instrumentation is jagged and industrial, and she manipulates her voice from a sad wail to a horrifying screech. In contrast, Seattle group the Dead Science is standard indie rock, albeit dramatically rendered. Local bands Ani Rossi and One Hand Loves the Other open. __$5. 9 p.m. Lenny's. 404-577-7721. [http://www.lennysbar.com/|www.lennysbar.com].__ -- MR

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__WED/12__

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__ALAN MORRISON__ Atlanta native Morrison is one of today's most sought-after classical organists of his generation, and is currently head of the organ department at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. The program is part of Buckhead's annual Atlanta Summer Organ Festival. __$10 (suggested donation). 7:30 p.m. Cathedral of St. Philip. 404-240-8212. [http://www.stphilipscathedral.org/|www.stphilipscathedral.org].__ -- MG

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__CAMERA OBSCURA, GEORGIE JAMES__ The cheeky lassies of Glasgow, Scotland's Camera Obscura cross the pond to play a set of fey-pop tunes from the group's latest Merge Records offering, ''Let's Get Out of this Country''. Former Q and Not U drummer John Davis and singer/songwriter Laura Burhenn convene as Georgie James, churning out strong melodies and '70s-style pop harmonies carved out by drums, guitars and a Fender Rhodes. __$10. 7 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. [http://www.badearl.com/|www.badearl.com].__ -- CR

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__PETER FRAMPTON WITH THE ASO__ Best-known for his double-live album ''Frampton Comes Alive'', the vintage singer/guitarist really does come alive on stage. His studio albums have never quite captured the excitement of that lengthy collection from 30 years ago, but Frampton -- also co-founder of the legendary and oft-imitated Humble Pie -- continues to revisit the '70s, much to the pleasure of his many fans. Tonight, the Atlanta Symphony adds some orchestral oomph to some of his classics. "Do You Feel Like We Do?" Sometimes, yeah. __$27.84-$74.28. 8 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. [http://www.classicchastain.com/|www.classicchastain.com].__ -- LVS

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__THURS/13__

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__LOVEKILL, THE LETTERS ORGANIZE, THE FELIX CULPA__ Geez, I just love mathy post-punk rock, and just can't get enough. If you like that stuff, too, you'll dig Lovekill, a Cleveland quartet touring in support of its new album, ''These Moments Are Momentum''. Also on the bill are the Letters Organize, who are giving locals plenty of chances to see them for cheap before their new album comes out and they start playing $15 gigs at the Masquerade. Finally, you've got the Felix Culpa, a melodic hardcore band out of Rockford, Ill. __10 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. [http://www.thedrunkenunicorn.net/|www.thedrunkenunicorn.net].__ -- MR

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BLACK CROWES, ROBERT RANDOLPH & THE FAMILY BAND, DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS If you're a popular band like the Black Crowes that tours constantly and wants to bring out fans for the next go-round, what do you do? Hire a pair of sterling opening acts. As a result, Georgia's favorite rock band, the Drive-By Truckers, and sacred steel dynamo Robert Randolph and his Family Band are supporting the long-running Crowes, and they're worth the price of admission alone. $24.50-$49.50. 6:30 p.m. HiFi Buys Amphitheatre. 404-443-5090. www.hob.com. — Mosi Reeves

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TRANSIT TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY Over the past two years, the Transit biweekly has really drummed up a fan base. But that's not why they call it drum 'n' bass. No, they call it drum 'n' bass because of an ancient tradition passed down from the Druids through the Winstons Bros. to Meat Beat Manifesto and finally to breakbeat 'ardkore producers in early '90s inner-city London. The newly darkcore dancehall soundsystem underwent deeply phantasmagorical changes under the auspices of producer/DJs including Transit headliners Optical. Joining the techstep troops are the Upbeats, MC Armanni, Evol Intent vs. Mayhem, Deco vs. Sorted and MC Race One. The only thing missing from this night is a miniature replica of Stonehenge. Guys, $15; ladies, free. 10 p.m. The Mark. 678-904-0050. www.themarkatlanta.com. — Tony Ware

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FRI/7

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CASEY DRIESSEN, RISSI PALMER It's five-act Friday again, but only two spots were filled at press time. Fiddle virtuoso Driessen, who has performed with Steve Earle, Tim O'Brien, and Bela Fleck, makes his solo Atlanta debut tonight, featuring songs from his excellent Sugar Hill CD 3D. Palmer is a mainstream country vocalist with a gorgeous voice. Consider the other three acts a grab bag. $10. 7 p.m. Eddie's Attic. 404-377-4976. www.eddiesattic.com. — James Kelly

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DROPSONIC, TRAINDODGE Tonight, Atlanta's Dropsonic celebrates the release of Xerxes, its unique new split EP with fellow rockers Traindodge, pals from Oklahoma City. But what's so different about this split EP? It includes two songs where the bands split, swapping rhythm sections to totally meld their sounds. Sounds interesting. Go see the great exchange in person. 9 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. 404-870-0575. www.thedrunkenunicorn.net. — Lee Valentine Smith

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HOT TUNA (ELECTRIC) Jorma and Jack have often been pegged as remnants of the original Jefferson Airplane, but their history as a duet goes all the way back to the '50s. Even approaching the unheard of 50-year mark in their collaboration, the duo shows no signs of aging, as its classic blues-rock sound is as fresh and compelling as it was in the old days. $20. 8:30 p.m. Variety Playhouse. 404-524-7354. www.variety-playhouse.com. — JK

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MINISTRY, REVOLTING COCKS After descending into an inconsistent haze for most of the '90s, Ministry mainstay Al Jourgensen returned in 2003 with Animositisomina, and has since been putting out Psalm 70, Psalm 71, etc., in reference to albums similar in constitution to Ministry's 1992 breakthrough Psalm 69. These albums — including the latest, Rio Grande Blood — heap a barrage of Bush bashing atop bile-eroded industrial thrash. Additionally, Jourgensen wins an award for music's most unrelenting album title puns (Houses of the Molé, Greatest Fits, Dark Side of the Spoon, Side Trax B-sides collection, the Sphinctour live album). Porno pun-heavy Revolting Cocks, meanwhile, are like Ministry giving the donkey punch to My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult — all sleazy sneer over steely grind. Animal Filter and Pitbull Daycare also appear. 7 p.m. $25. Masquerade. 404-577-8178. www.masq.com. — TW

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TAMMY ALLEN AND THE COLORS OF JAZZ A vocalist who blends smooth jazz, R&B and Latin influences, Allen left the grind of L.A. and Vegas clubs behind her to make the Atlanta area her musical home. The outdoor concert on the Callanwolde lawns, blanket and picnic basket style, will move to the indoor courtyard if it rains. $15. 7:30 p.m. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. 404-872-5338. www.callanwolde.org. — Mark Gresham

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TENEMENT HALLS, GENTLEMAN JESSE & HIS MEN Celebrating another year of indie-rock excellence, the Earl hosts its seven-year anniversary party, headlined by Atlanta's indie-rock heirloom, Tenement Halls. Fronted by former Rock*A*Teens singer/guitarist Chris Lopez, Tenement Halls craft noisy and melancholy pop driven by a songwriter whose words are as spectral and Southern as William Faulkner or Erskine Caldwell. Gentleman Jesse & His Men open. Free. 9:30 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — Chad Radford

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SAT/8

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Laura Jackson conducts the ASO in the first of two concerts of "Great Film Music," both music written for films (Raiders of the Lost Ark, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and Mission Impossible) and concert classics used in film that help make the blockbusters leap off the screen and into your face. $27. 8 p.m. Symphony Hall. 404-733-5000. www.atlantasymphony.org. — MG

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KRS-ONE They say there are four pillars of hip-hop. I'm still waiting for someone to tell me if they are Ionic, Doric or Corinthian. Until then, I'll just assume they mean MCing, DJing, breakdancing and graffiti. That's certainly what is meant at Dropbombz.com's "This Is Hip-Hop," an event headlined by "The Teacher" KRS-One, straight outta tha Bronx. Joining in the boogie down boom-bap are Mars Ill, Intellekt and Dirty Digits and Dres tha Beatnik. Will there be B-Boys and B-Girls? You betcha! A Needle to the Record DJ Battle? Check! A drum 'n' bass room featuring Evol Intent, Corrupt Souls, Mayhem and 180 Degrees? They invented wearing that pastel camo shit! I just wish someone would be there dropping mad science on the impact of Greek architecture, because then I could yell, "When I say frieze you say frieze one time, when I say frieze y'all stop on a dime!" $20-$25. 8 p.m. The Loft. 404-885-1365. www.theloftatl.com. — TW

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RANDY TRAVIS Travis was one of the prime movers of country's "New Traditionalist" movement in the mid '80s, and his emotional baritone sounds just as good today. The hits just keep coming. He has explored the gospel genre lately, but the stone-cold honky-tonk is his main entree. $22-$61. 8 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.classicchastain.org. — JK

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SAEED YOUNAN Having been to Washington, D.C., a handful of times I can tell you them streets is crazy, and I ain't even talking about the crime. Some possessed architects laid D.C. out in zany Freemason patterns where straight and diagonal streets intersect in a supposed effort to impede line of sight in the event of an invasion. I suspect intentions more mystical, like the Earth energy harnessed in the tarmac lattice seeps into the citizens including Star 69 DJ Younan, resulting in tribal thumping full of sultry squelches. House of Representatives, meet house music. Ya secret society gold ring-wearing bastiches. J-Luv, Kevin O and Prince Presto perform undulating rituals in Eden. 9 p.m. $15. Eleven50. 404-874-0428. www.eleven50.com. — TW

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SEELY, SHANNON MULVANEY ROAST/BENEFIT The local music community is rallying to raise money to help International Hits co-owner and all-around music fixture Mulvaney pay medical bills in the fight against cancer. If you've ever wanted to make fun of Mulvaney's sideburns, now's the chance. Performances by Anna Kramer, the Selmanaires, Johnny Knox, the Liverhearts and more are also on hand. Long-defunct Atlanta art-rockers Seely reconvene to close the show. $7. 7 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — CR

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URBAN LEGENDS, SUBURBAN HYMNS Clever Mark Thomas Kluepfel and his Action Action associates return to headline this long evening of danceable pop. Still touring to support their giddy An Army of Shapes Between Wars, the Action continues after energetic sets from the Matches, Portugal, the Man, the Classic Crime and Rediscover. $10. 7 p.m. The Masquerade. 404-577-8178. www.masq.com. — LVS

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MON/10

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CARLA BOZULICH, THE DEAD SCIENCE Based out of Los Angeles, Bozulich makes music that is atmospheric, strained and harsh. Her album Evangelista, recorded with the cream of Constellation Records' crop (think Godspeed You! Black Emperor and A Silver Mt. Zion), is a uniquely bittersweet pill. The instrumentation is jagged and industrial, and she manipulates her voice from a sad wail to a horrifying screech. In contrast, Seattle group the Dead Science is standard indie rock, albeit dramatically rendered. Local bands Ani Rossi and One Hand Loves the Other open. $5. 9 p.m. Lenny's. 404-577-7721. www.lennysbar.com. — MR

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WED/12

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ALAN MORRISON Atlanta native Morrison is one of today's most sought-after classical organists of his generation, and is currently head of the organ department at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. The program is part of Buckhead's annual Atlanta Summer Organ Festival. $10 (suggested donation). 7:30 p.m. Cathedral of St. Philip. 404-240-8212. www.stphilipscathedral.org. — MG

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CAMERA OBSCURA, GEORGIE JAMES The cheeky lassies of Glasgow, Scotland's Camera Obscura cross the pond to play a set of fey-pop tunes from the group's latest Merge Records offering, Let's Get Out of this Country. Former Q and Not U drummer John Davis and singer/songwriter Laura Burhenn convene as Georgie James, churning out strong melodies and '70s-style pop harmonies carved out by drums, guitars and a Fender Rhodes. $10. 7 p.m. The Earl. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. — CR

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PETER FRAMPTON WITH THE ASO Best-known for his double-live album Frampton Comes Alive, the vintage singer/guitarist really does come alive on stage. His studio albums have never quite captured the excitement of that lengthy collection from 30 years ago, but Frampton — also co-founder of the legendary and oft-imitated Humble Pie — continues to revisit the '70s, much to the pleasure of his many fans. Tonight, the Atlanta Symphony adds some orchestral oomph to some of his classics. "Do You Feel Like We Do?" Sometimes, yeah. $27.84-$74.28. 8 p.m. Chastain Park Amphitheatre. 404-733-5000. www.classicchastain.com. — LVS

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THURS/13

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LOVEKILL, THE LETTERS ORGANIZE, THE FELIX CULPA Geez, I just love mathy post-punk rock, and just can't get enough. If you like that stuff, too, you'll dig Lovekill, a Cleveland quartet touring in support of its new album, These Moments Are Momentum. Also on the bill are the Letters Organize, who are giving locals plenty of chances to see them for cheap before their new album comes out and they start playing $15 gigs at the Masquerade. Finally, you've got the Felix Culpa, a melodic hardcore band out of Rockford, Ill. 10 p.m. Drunken Unicorn. www.thedrunkenunicorn.net. — MR

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