The Atlanta Film Festival's on-going week of activities takes over the Goat Farm tonight (Thurs., March 29) with performances by a handful of bands from throughout the Southeast, along with a showcase of music videos and experimental shorts films.
Dubbed "the ATLFF12 Music Experience," TJ Blake (of Lyonnais), Easter Island, the Heavy Florist, Sexual Side Effects, Sealions, Grand Prize Winners from Last Year, Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun, the Harvey Kartel, and Cousin Dan are all part of a ho-hum lineup (ho-hum with the exception of TJ Blake and Cousin Dan, of course), along with theatrical performances by the Collective Project, Inc., and Tesla Coil from the MASS Collective.
Music videos being screened include:
Lovett - "Ghost Of Old Highways"
Lovett - "The Fear"
Little Tybee - "Boxcar Fair"
Naira - "Fly Hustle Fresh Grind"
The Orkids - "What Is It With Me?"
The Booze - "Wild One"
Dormtainment - "Straight Out of Dunwoody"
Reptar - "Rainbounce"
Heavy Florist - "Jeff Smith"
Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun - "We Were Wild"
The Sexual Side Effects - "All She'll Ever Hurt"
Sealions - "Golden"
Grand Prize Winners From Last Year - "Electric Blue"
Easter Island - "Hash"
Mastodon - "Deathbound"
Rebecca Loebe - "Bees and Zombees"
The Amory - "Burn The City Down"
... And for the experimental film portion of the night, Director Ron Cramer's Sixty in 60, Stacey Steers' Night Hunter, and a film by Micah Stansell will be shown as well.
$10. 6 p.m. The Goat Farm. 1200 Foster St.
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