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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

indieATL turns 5

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On April 24, 2007, indieATL set up and shot performances by two bands, both of which, at the time, were Atlanta indie fixtures on the upswing, the Liverhearts and Celephais, playing in Georgia State University's Digital Arts & Entertainment Lab (DAEL). It was an outsourced gig of sorts; a live performance that would later be aired on GA State's 88.5/FM WRAS.

Since then the show's producer Matt Rowles has gone on to film more than 80 local and nationally touring acts, including Robyn Hitchcock and the Venus 3, Bower Birds, Busdriver, Fiery Furnaces, Adron, Sleepy Sun, Sealions, Black Lips, War on Drugs, and a whole lot more, many of which can bee seen on YouTube. To celebrate this legacy of documenting music in Atlanta, Rowles and coordinating producer Kristy Breneman are throwing a five-year anniversary party at the Star Bar on Saturday, May 5 - Cinco de Mayo. Cousin Dan, Clan Destined, From Exile, A. Grimes, and the Great American Breakdown are all scheduled to perform, and yes it will all be caught on film.

Stay tuned, more indieATL videos are coming soon.

$5. 9 p.m. Star Bar, 437 Moreland Ave. 404-681-9018.

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