August 10, 2019 | doors at 8:00pm
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Triple Ds and The EARL present:
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All the Saints
Conceived in a rehearsal space in Southwest ATL and incubated in a basement on Moreland Ave, Atlantabama's All the Saints draw on everything from Loop to Sabbath to Gun Club to Live at Pompeii to In Utero. "We lived together in this house in East Atlanta and didn't really leave the basement except to sleep and work."

Occasionally having friends on stage for fun, Matt, Jim and Titus have held the Saints together since 2005. AtS cover a range of hazy intensity, hypnotic fuzz and golden melodies over shards of noise with an earned maturity. One song you're worshipping at Sleep's Holy Mountain and the next you're floating in a peaceful lake of the Plugz placidity. Most songs you're doing both. Halleluwah played by Kyuss. Youth of America if written by Stereolab. Helter Skelter performed by Dead Meadow. A primal groove train on fire. All the Saints.
The Rock*A*Teens
The Rock*A*Teens were nothing short of a force of nature. Roaring out of Cabbagetown, GA, they blended a unique mixture of dark, swampy rock influences into a thick primordial stew that defies categorization ... Pop? Blues? Jazz? Rockabilly? Garage? Theirs was music of passion and lust, love and heartbreak, hope and despair, triumph and failure, heat and humidity. Less -

Distortion pedals buzz with washes of reverb, organ whines and piano rolls, drums pound with tribal intensity, and the vocals wail and ache and rejoice, wrapping around themselves in a feverish embrace. A cool wash of emotion and grit. A cleansing of your tired and battered soul.

“In that they were ‘arguably’ the best American rock ’n roll band of the ’90s, it is safe to say that the Rock*A*Teens were also the most underrated American rock ’n roll band of the ’90s.” —Dan Bejar, Destroyer