May 15, 2020 | doors at 9:00pm
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Triple Ds presents:
Rosser | Anna Kramer & the Lost Cause
  • $10
  • $12
Young Antiques
"Atlanta trio the Young Antiques play angry-young-man rock that draws from Hüsker Dü and the '80s Minneapolis hardcore scene as well as the Jam and Elvis Costello. With this unique, if a bit retro mix, the band creates buoyant and propulsive songs that shoot straight to the heart of what makes good old rock & roll great. With Blake Parris on bass, Blake Rainey on vocals and guitar and John Speaks on drums, The Young Antiques are back together after first unleashing their raw power pop and post-punk anthems in 2000 when the group self-released their debut, Wardrobe for a Jet Weekend. Their sophomore release, Clockworker, followed in 2003 on Two Sheds Music, meeting their goal of making a record that re-creates the atmosphere of late-'70s pop-punk. Since, the band has found their stride and a place alongside groups like the Natural History, the French Kicks and the Libertines."
Charles Spano, All Music Guide.
East Atlanta local club circuit survivors rekindle 80’s and 90’s sonic hook craft and smash it together with some authentic EATL alt rock stomp and stammer. These are five musicians that bring a blend of classic references and Sweeded styles of the new, and they offer up a slice of the often unnoticed and more often under-appreciated dirty south music scene. Rosser is ripe for the picking.
Anna Kramer & the Lost Cause
Voted Best Local Singer/Songwriter 2005/2006 (Creative Loafing Atlanta), her songs are "performed with her pure southern voice and crisp guitar, with the ambiance of vintage country-folk recordings". A fixture in the Atlanta community for over 15 years, Anna Kramer currently tours internationally as a solo artist, with her band, Anna Kramer and The Lost Cause, and as lead guitarist in Shantih Shantih ("A four woman sonic force in surf rock, bringing in reverb-washed guitar riffs to create a sweepingly hypnotic international sound..."). Her many noted performances include a recent duet with the band Weezer, as well as sharing the bill with a range of acts from icons, Ronnie Spector, Wanda Jackson and Country Legend Charlie Louvin, to Band of Horses, Fleet Foxes, Andrew Bird, Mudhoney and Tommy Ramone of The Ramones. As she showcases her diverse style around the world, she continues work on her third release.