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Sunday
15
APR

The Holy Knives, Attic Fowler, Choir of Babble

20:00
23:30
The Bakery Atlanta
Event organized by The Bakery Atlanta

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The Holy Knives is the sonic vision of brothers Kyle and Kody Valentine, a band that infuses the sultry sounds of rock & roll with a tinge of desert psychedelia. Their debut EP, Ritual Bloom, was recorded at Sonic Ranch with Latin grammy-nominated producer Manuel Calderon (The Chamanas, Nina Diaz).

Attic Fowler crafts a brand of deep-fried indie psych pop whose recipe features a crispy outer layer of intertwined guitars and driving percussion that encapsulate a creamy wandering bass line and reverberated vocal croon. Based in Atlanta, GA, members Chris Rutledge (guitar/vocals), Taylor Fairey (drums), Jake Welte (bass), and David Holtzer (guitar) draw influence from late 80s dream-pop, psych-tinged jangle, and southern folk-rock, a sound which can quickly transform from a punchy hook into an echoing sonic wave. Since the project began in 2011, Attic Fowler has setup camp in 5 U.S. states and put out 5 self-recorded releases which have seen praise from the likes of NME, Austin Town Hall, and Melted Magazine, with 2015’s “City Hall” (Fall Break Records) being featured in the Fan Spotlight section of Bandcamp. The band is now performing in the southeast and working on new music for a 2018 release.

CHOIR OF BABBLE, formed in the late winter of 2016, creates a unique sound that offers infectious and haunting melodies with honest lyrics. They deliver high energy live shows with dynamic intimacy that will leave you wanting more.