Bands scheduled to perform tonight include the Wild, Abby GoGo, Deleted Scenes, Tres Bien, Book of Colors and DJ C_Lark.
Music will start around 9:30 p.m.
The Star Bar is located at 437 Moreland Ave. 404-681-9018.
To read Pine Magazine's brief run down of all the acts who will be playing click below.
According to Pine:
Somber and soaring, the D.C./Brooklyn-based Deleted Scenes' sound is musically intricate, with spooky songwriting. The band recently received Pitchfork's seal of approval, and is currently on what appears to be a never-ending tour. The band continues to grow in popularity and after a strong showing at SXSW, we are excited to see them back in Atlanta. Read Pine's review of their recent album, Birdseed Shirt.
The celebratory storytelling and punk-folksy delivery of this three-piece makes you wonder how such clean guitars could get your body shaking so hard. The Wild are a lot of fun, and their approach, defiant in a Bob Dylan sort of way, should give kids everywhere the feeling that they can make a difference in the world, no matter how bad things get in the interim. Read more about the Wild's frontman Witt Wisebram's thoughts on the artist and the new presidental administration.
Tres Bien hits hard with their catchy psychedelic rock an soul. It's the 60's again, and garage rock is full swing, complete with organs and twangy tremolo guitar from this spunky four-piece. Tres Bien has amassed a solid Atlanta fan base, renowned for their high energy live shows, and smooth harmonies juxtaposed with lead singer Mikey Bostinto's screachin' howl.
Abby GoGo plays spaced out, guitar-driven rock with incoherent vocals rising out of what appears to be a drug-induced haze of cacophonous sound. The group of modsters is quickly becoming one of Atlanta's primary underground bands, hitting the the east coast in June with The N.E.C.
Book of Colors
Book of Colors is a new Atlanta act led by Brazilian Andre Paraguassu, who plays melodic music with a crooning swagger, a smile and a wink. The lead vocals sounds a bit like Sendre Lerche with a backup band that livens things up with a bohemian singalong style. These guys are a lot of fun!
Clarck Scott, AKA DJ C_Lark, has cemented his status as one of Atlanta's favorite underground spinners, becoming a regular at the popular shows at Star Bar. With a set often leaning towards 60's garage and psychedelia, if DJ C_Lark is Djing, you know it's going to be happening.
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