Dex Romweber Returns to Town, And Far more Audio Information and Gossip

Further, DEXTRA, Go through ALL ABOUT IT: The mighty garage and rockabilly figurehead Dex Romweber (Flat Duo Jets) will return to the Flicker Theatre & Bar this Thursday, Sept. 1 and Friday, Sept. 2. Tickets from his previously scheduled present final September will be honored. So, kudos to all who managed to hold up with those. To grab advance tickets, head to and look for for “Dexter Romweber.” In advance, these shows will run you $12 each individual evening or $20 for both equally. No clue what this will cost at the doorway, but I can notify you that if you’ve never viewed Dex accomplish, then you’re in for a actual deal with. All those who know know what I’m conversing about. For an exceedingly little peek into the man’s new music, make sure you see Opening each individual night is the new-to-city duo Immediate Smile whom I’d stimulate you to understand much more about around at

ACQUAINTANCES AND Friends: There’s a new album out that forges together the abilities of prolific experimental composer Killick Hinds and jazz and prog guitarist John Miley (Breathlanes, Cosmic Charlie). This collaborative release, credited to each, is titled By Dint of Intonation. A single issue I’ve often respected and admired about Killick is his skill to function quite quickly and keep supreme aim on the process at hand. To this end, anything here was executed in the order presented, with no overdubs or enhancing, and the pair completed the record in two several hours. The result is a wonderful, unselfconscious and unpretentious grouping of tunes that don’t just perform off each individual other, but with just about every other. It’s tempting to explain this as freeform, because some sorts are observably existing, but nothing below is beholden to any tradition or design. Most attractive below are possibly the back-to-again tracks “Scrapey” and the cleverly titled “Scratches of Spain.” Discover this at

Communicate UP: Did y’all know that Athens band Whisper Kiss has been around creating tunes for 14 yrs? Neither did I, but that is what they informed me when asserting the brand-new comprehensive-length Lengthy is The Trip. So, pay superior attention, I guess? Composed of decades-extensive Athens musician Michael Wegner (Abbey Street Stay, Cosmic Charlie), Shelley Lotus (vocals) and Karen Bergmann (cello), the team now has four albums underneath its belt in the earlier decade. The full album’s vibe is a slightly melancholy affair, mainly owing to the persistent emotional weight of the cello, shored up and carried by enjoyable melodies and strong vocal performances. Whisper Kiss will rejoice the album’s release at Buvez on Saturday, Sept. 10. Uncover the group’s music on Spotify and other big streaming providers. 

SING OUT!: The Meridian Women’s Chorus went on a two-calendar year hiatus, but lately introduced it is back. The choral group is open up to all gals who would like to participate and has no auditions. Rehearsals are on Thursdays from 12:30–1:45 p.m. at Holy Cross Lutheran Church (800 West Lake Dr.) beginning Thursday, Sept. 8. The group’s upcoming live performance is Dec. 8. To get involved, or get far more details, be sure to get hold of director Stacie Courtroom at stacie.court@gmail com or 706-424-9516. To discover out far more without the need of getting to basically chat to any individual very first, you should see 

NONE Extra BLACK: Pursuing up last year’s EP The Horror I, goth deathrockers Entertainment now carry you The Horror II. The 3-song launch arrives courtesy of Atlanta’s Stickfigure Documents. The notes for the EP point out that these tracks ended up largely published in isolation with really little input from even dwell-demonstrate-participating in members of the band. And, to be sincere, they sound particularly like that. Thing is, although, that The Horror I was published the very same way. Whilst that document is a lushly executed EP, The Horror II dumps the listener into a dim pit of doom with a discernibly plodding construction and sub-mid-tempo actively playing. That’s no insult, both. In some cases that’s just the way we like it. Dig this in its entirety at 

THIS Won’t Consider Long: Now, from the “totally pointless but nonetheless type of fun” group, comes Screwy Chopper Vol. 4 from Killa Cabbi. As you can gather, this is the fourth mixtape the DJ has designed in this type, which is the traditional output technique of chopping and screwing (i.e. slicing up and slowing down) different pop tracks. Showcased artists incorporate Lizzo, Bruno Mars, Doja Cat, Dua Lipa and Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Billie Eilish and more. Probabilities are quite very good I’ll never ever pay attention to this again—and even far better, I’ll have neglected it totally by the time you read through this—but it was not a terrible way to expend 50 percent an hour or so when I spun it. Obtain this and other releases above at