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Monday, December 3, 2012

Spoiled Milk gives indie hip-hop fans curatorial power over concert's lineup

  • Ari Wood
  • Two9
Atlanta's indie hip-hop scene is going through some changes. A wave of young artists with a new sound and style have hit the streets with Internet releases of singles and mixtapes - a movement dubbed "New Atlanta," and the goal is to garner as much exposure as possible, which means performing to seemingly no end.

The Spoiled Milk concert series provides the opportunity for Atlanta's indie artists to get their names out to the public, and to display their talents by taking the concert experience in a different direction, allowing fans to participate in curating the event by voting for the artist they want to see perform.

The lineup already looks promising with performances by Young Scooter, CyHi Da Prince, Trouble, Miloh Smith, Trans Lee, Two9, and more. Head over to ATL Junkie to vote.

Spoiled Milk is going down December 18 at Center Stage. $25. 9 p.m.

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