Music: Legendary Pink Dots 

Sat., Nov. 1

For nearly three decades, the Netherlands-based LEGENDARY PINK DOTS have thrived in the weird and wonderful outer reaches of psychedelic rock, weaving a dense and often esoteric catalog of ethereal and experimental musings. The band, under the direction of enigmatic frontman Edward Ka-Spel, has cranked out scores of albums that wander through formless, textured atmospheres, psychedelic folk, and industrial-leaning pop songs that sway from sinister to serene. The performance at the Earl Sat., NOV. 1, will span the group's dark, rich legacy leading up to its latest CD, Plutonium Blonde (ROIR). $15. 9:30 p.m. 488 Flat Shoals Road. 404-522-3950.



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