On March 24, two very different Atlanta bands celebrated their record releases at Criminal Records with in-store performances just hours apart. Grammy Award-winning folk duo the Indigo Girls celebrated the release of their new record Poseidon and the Bitter Bug playing a six-song set at 4:30 p.m. followed by a 40-minute 8:30 p.m. set by Grammy-nominated metal band Mastodon. The latter was celebrating the release of its record Crack the Skye. The appearance of the two bands was Criminals second busiest day in its 18 years in Little 5 Points (the first was last year's Record Store Day). This kind of pairing is extraordinarily out of the ordinary, but at Criminal it made perfect sense, said Criminal Records owner Eric Levine.
See more photos of the Indigo Girls and Mastodon at Criminal here.
(Mastodon photo by Perry Julien)
(Indigo Girls photo by Joeff Davis)
great band good style LOUD.!
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