Tuesday, October 25, 2005

More Shows than Cher's Farewell Tour

Next week will be hectic if you are a lover of live music like myself. Thankfully, the paycheck is coming just in time for this schedule:

  • October 28th: Death From Above 1979 is doing an instore DJ set at Criminal Records (466 Moreland Ave. next to Junkman's Daughter) after a night of playing Philips with Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age. Just for Atlanta. Should be awesome, and it's free!
  • October 29th: VHS or Beta will be at Vinyl 1374 W. Peachtree) for the 3rd annual Halloween party/show thing with Venice is Sinking. $12.00
  • November 1st: The Clientele will be at the EARL (488 Flat Shoals) with Annie Hayden. The new CD, Strange Geometry, is one of my favorites, so this is one I will not be missing. $10.00
  • November 3rd: Kill Gordon is scheduled to do an acoustic set at the Cosmopolitan Lounge (45 Thirteenth Street). I have a feeling that Kyle will rock more than that crowd's faces. $5.00
  • November 4th: The Academy Is... at the Tabernacle (152 Luckie Street) with All-American Rejects. Don't know if I'll be making this one, but if you've never seen William Beckett on stage, then you haven't witnessed the birth of a true rockstar. $20.00
  • November 5th: Depeche Mode at the Gwinnett Arena (OTP, it doesn't need an address). No explanantion needed.
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