If you see none of these groups this week, I hope you at least head out Tuesday and vote in our mid term elections. At a time when our voices need to be heard as loud as our favorite vocalist, we need to keep our rights protected. After you vote, go reward yourself with some good vibes!
Monday: Larkin Poe
Antone’s | $18 | 18 and Over | Doors: 7:00 PM | Tickets
Larken Poe is an Atlanta, GA based rock group led by sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell. Their music is a mix of dark, southern vocal harmonies with a dash of heavy guitar riffs and psych overtones. They are celebrating their 4th studio album, Venom & Faith, which comes out on November 9th.
Pairs well with: War Paint, Muddy Magnolias, Little Hurricane
Wednesday: The Rad Trads
The Mohawk | $10 | All Ages | Doors: 8:00 PM | Tickets
Described as “Wilco at the Circus,” the Rad Trads blend every rock genre imaginable. The Rad Trads bring down the walls of any party they grace with their presence.
Pairs well with: St Paul and the Broken Bones, Wilco, Rainbow Kitten Surprise
Thursday: Tech N9ne /w Dizzy Wright & Futuristic
Emo’s East | $ 26 | All Ages | Doors: 7:00 PM | Tickets
Tech N9ne is an Indie/underground hip hop legend known for his rapid fire delivery.
Pairs well with: Busta Rhymes, Hopsin, Twista
Friday: Phosphorescent /w Liz Cooper & the Stampede
Emo’s East | $24 | All Ages | Doors: 8:00 PM | Tickets
Indie, folk singer-songwriter stalwart out of Athens, Georgia. He is beloved for his brilliant lyrics, impeccable stage presence and connection with his audience. “C’est La Vie” is his 7th studio album and first in five years.
Pairs well with: Bon Iver, Deer Tick, Father John Misty
Saturday: Wye Oak
Parish | $20 | All Ages | Doors: 8:00 PM | Tickets
Trippy, dream pop and psych encircle the indie rock duo from Baltimore, MD. Sonically, the band balances transient synth territories, steady shredding guitar riffs and powerful vocals from Jenn Wasner and beats from Andy Stack.
Pairs well with: Phantogram, Lower Dens, Still Corners
Sunday: Brother Ali
Parish | $16 | All Ages | Doors: 7:00 PM | Tickets
Apart of the Rhymesayers massive hip hop collective, Brother Ali lives and breathes his music through a multitude of studio albums, mix-tapes, artwork and community service and organization centered around his mid-west origins. With a tongue that’s unmistakably bold and stout, his career in the indie hip hop scene deserves the utmost respect and attention.
Pairs well with: Atmosphere Prof, Sweatshop Union