Featuring a handful of players from such Brooklyn-based acts as Man Man, Matthew Dear, and Antibalas - all of whom started out improvising together years ago in cramped basement sessions - Father Figures is one of the year's quirkiest and most interesting bands to witness live. Keys, drums, upright bass, and sax intermingle to create a distinctly funky jazz and rock fusion. This Saturday marks the group's return to East Atlanta to play a show alongside locals the Electric Nature, Currency (a new band featuring members of Faun and a Pan Flute), and the Morkestra (providing a DJ set). The Ruination also perform, flooding the stage with percussion-heavy set, as the close out the bill with a late night show.
Father Figures, the Ruination, the Electric Nature, and Currency play 529 on Sat., August 17. $5-$7 9 p.m. 529 Flat Shoals Ave. 404-228-6769.
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That was January of 2007, and they are 21 now, so I'm guessing 14?
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