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Monday August 21 2017
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
The Tet Holiday
 pop punk rock & roll
The Head
 Rock and roll
The Radio Fliers
 rock & roll

The Tet Holiday
Brandon Farmer
Austin Gibbons
Andrew Ledford
-from Oakland, CA

-The Tet Holiday is the musical brainchild of singer/songwriter Andrew Ledford, accompanied by Austin Gibbons (bass) and Brandon Farmer (drums). Combining the pop instincts of The Jesus and Mary Chain with the passion and energy of Japandroids and The Replacements, The Tet Holiday brings naked emotion to their pop-punk rock anthems.

The Tet Holiday’s first three EPs provided the sonic foundation for the band’s debut album, Statues, released in February 2016. Conceived in the aftermath of a breakup, Statues evolved into a deeper body of work focused on transformation and rebirth. Finding inspiration in artists from R.E.M. to New Order to My Bloody Valentine, Statues balances bittersweet introspection with melodic, anthemic, crushing rock ‘n roll.

The Head
Jacob Morrell: Guitars
Jack Shaw: Drums
Mike Shaw: Bass, Vocals
-from Atlanta, GA

-"Every artist faces a Road to Damascus moment in their career, a time when they have to answer the question: “Who am I? Why am I here?”

Brothers Mike Shaw (bass, vocals) and Jack Shaw (drums) and Jacob Morrell (guitars) definitively answer that question with their forthcoming record, Space, a 13-song collection that defines their sound and defies lo-fi conventions.

The Head had their moment of decision in their hometown a couple of years back. Landing a clutch spot opening for Primal Scream at Atlanta’s Terminal West, the band faced a packed house full of the kind of folks who just might dig their sound. They delivered a desultory, listless set that impressed no one, least of all themselves.

Mike and Jack had been jamming with Jacob since high school, recording and playing shows on school breaks. After what everyone agreed was a disaster show, they asked themselves, “How serious are we?”

Faced with a scene that championed washed out bedroom recordings designed to be enjoyed alongside a cup of cold brew or craft beer, the band decided to figure out how to make music that felt honest to them. They talked about bands they love: trippy Brits like Stone Roses, Spiritualized, Ride, The Verve and Echo & the Bunnymen and moody Americans like The National, Scott Walker and early R.E.M. Then came months in the rehearsal studio working out just how to capture the way their records made them feel.

Like all great combos, they finally found the answer on the road. Inspired by the bands they played with and the audiences they met at house shows and DIY spaces all over America, The Head began to hammer out the songs that make up Space.

Along the way, they discovered scenes in towns like Murray, KY and Beaumont, TX, places where kids came out to get lost in the music instead of hoping to being seen.

The Head returned home to ATL to record with producers Tanner Hendon & Wyatt Oates at Madison Studios in a room anchored by an SSL board that previously recorded albums by Matthew Sweet, Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam when it lived at the old Southern Tracks studio. “We wanted young and hungry producers who aligned with our vision, guys we could gel with on a personal level. We found that in Tanner and Wyatt,” Jack says.

The band collaborated with Office of Brothers to create visual images that captured the vibe created by the new songs. The award-winning Atlanta design firm is known for its restaurant graphic design and the distinctive cans for Wild Heaven Brewery’s Emergency Drinking Beer."

The Radio Fliers
Jesse Summers, Miles Hagin Owen Barrett, Owen Summers
-from El Cerrito, CA

--The Radio Fliers are a four-piece rock & roll outfit from El Cerrito, California. Their music has been described by Rolling Stone Magazine’s David Fricke as “groovy and sexually awakening.” -