The Katatonics, the triple surf guitar barrage of Atlanta's The Mystery Men?, and local noisy surf outfit Genki Genki Panic.
Here's the Facebook event page.
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Forbidden Waves are making their way back to Atlanta (by way of Athens, GA) with new album in tow! Joining them will be regulars Gemini 13 and newcomers The 19 Hands, with their brand of snotty garage-punk.
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
We're changing it up this go around with just one instro/surf group, The Fugitives (featuring Nicole of The Wave Slaves), and two surf-leaning turf groups. Liz Brasher is an artist which deserves your attention. Now normally singer-songwriter is a term that turns me right off but Liz is different, channeling 60's RnB fused with guitar awash in reverb and backed by a phenomenal combo. The Fugitives are back with guest drummer Nicole Edge of The Wave Slaves. The trio will be doing mostly standards in their aggressive style with David Northrip's sped-up-tape guitar playing. Rounding out the bill are surfy, garage punkers Rad-isaurus Rex who did a show for us at the Star Bar a while back and are just a ton of fun.
Facebook event page
Friday, December 16, 2016
The Buckrabbits are an instrumental surf punk trio heavily influenced by the likes of Link Wray and the Ramones. You may have caught them at the Clarkston Surf Fest almost ten years ago(!) in 2008. Making their debut, Racket Squad features members of The Surge! and I'm told will perform instrumentals which predate the surf genre, where tape delay was used in lieu of spring reverb as it had not yet been invented. Maestro Eddie Katcher takes the helm so in my eyes the group can do no wrong and we're sure to be treated to another master class. Two Sisters will provide the 'turf' portion of the evening with female fronted pop music in the vein of Neko Case and Camera Obscura.
Sunday, November 13, 2016
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, the Ramones, and so much more!
Friday, November 4, 2016
The Mystery Men?'s first Stomp in over 2 years! Joining them are Maryland's The Flying Faders, whose "No Sweat" LP is among our favorite instrumental/surf records of the past decade or so. Rising from the ashes of now defunct Bruce Joyner and Atomic Clock, Subatomics make their Southern Surf Stomp! debut.
Thursday, November 3, 2016
|The Wheel Knockers|
|Dan McNeill (aka Jet Powers)|
|Zarinah & the Zaratans|
|Genki Genki Panic|
|The Bionic Vapor Boy|
|Jordan Herschaft, John Hilton, Ryan Holderfield (left to right)|