November 15, 2015 | doors at 7:00pm
Sharing is Caring
Triple Ds presents:
Stokeswood | Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun | The Locksmyth | The Boy Jones
As some of you may know our dear friend Josh has been battling a cancerous brain tumor. In June of 2015, Josh’s busy life was interrupted by a seizure which led to the diagnosis. On July 27th, he had about 70% of the egg-sized tumor removed. Josh is now going through radiation treatment. When that is complete, he will begin chemotherapy. Our hope is that this aggressive treatment plan eradicates the tumor and the cancer cells that are infiltrating the brain tissue. Josh has moved home with his family and is completely focused on getting through the treatments and getting well! If you know Josh, you know what a productive guy he is and that he will not allow this disease to stop his flow. Times are tough but he's kicking it's ass.

Josh has been an integral part of the music and arts scene in Atlanta, and we want to show him our love during a one night benefit concert in his honor. Proceeds from the show will go to helping Josh with high medical bills that are incurred in the treatment process. Providing support are our friends Stokeswood, The Boy Jones, Today the Moon Tomorrow the Sun, and The Locksmyth have all agreed to contribute to the evening at our favorite place to play, The Earl. There will be lots of fun surprises and guests. This is sure to be an amazingly great event and we are already excited about it!

Nov. 15th 2015

Bands playing that night:

The Boy Jones
The Locksmyth
Today The Moon Tomorrow The Sun
Members of Jungol with special guests
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Jungol is the musical vehicle of brothers Josh and Graham Yoder, child hood friend Andres Miller and Mark Garretson. The music they create hangs in the territory of electronic experimental rock, being sometimes moody and ethereal and sometimes loud and complex.

“Much of the respect for Jungol by the Atlanta music community comes from the sheer originality of their songwriting, as well as their impressive technically skilled experimental style.” Performer Magazine

Twin brothers, and founding members Josh and Graham have inhabited Atlanta’s music scene with various ensembles since 2000, independently releasing 2 full-length albums and 2 EP’s. These releases along with their live show have gained the group positive critical attention as well as a loyal fanbase which has led to consistently sold-out concerts in their hometown of Atlanta. The live show is energetic and danceable, full of synths, live looping, and powerful vocal melodies, all on a path of restless rhythmical changes.

Jungol has opened for some acclaimed acts such as Echo and the Bunnymen, Killer Mike, Gogol Bordello and Free Moral Agents. They have also opened for Polica, Baths, The Deer Tracks, Hundred Waters, Braids, Astronautalis and Shlomo under Graham’s solo moniker Dark Room.

After touring relentlessly for years Jungol took a break to focus their efforts on a film project called GO SOFTLY and a brand new repertoire of material. The film was casually released as many vignettes throughout most of 2013. Go Softly was an official selection of the Atlanta Film Festival 2014. The full 30 minute film is available to view in its’ entirety on and has won the guys Best Experimental Band of 2013 for Creative Loafing’s Best of Awards.

Jungol’s forthcoming album, Ghost Knocks, is set to be released on June 21st with a show at the Earl in Atlanta.
The five members of Stokeswood woke up one day in a black van with a trailer full of equipment and not one one of them knew how they got there.

Atlanta-based, Low-Endie Rock band, Stokeswood, was formed by lead vocalist Adam Patterson and electric guitarist, Mark Godwin. The five-piece also comprises drummer Jon Joiner, keyboardist Michael Roman and bass player/producer Justin Mullinix. Stokeswood's independently released debut album, "Carassia" (2009), is like a sonic excursion between the lines of a poet's story-telling prowess. Stokeswood's sophomore album, "In the Field of the Vibrations" (2011), showcases a vocal-centric aesthetic and an array of synthesizers and guitars that are illuminated by infectious dance beats. The evolution from acoustic to electronic was a natural progression during the recording process. Stokeswood is currently and constantly touring the East Coast.
Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun
Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun is all about the collaborative. It’s about the connections between sound and people, it’s about the heart and the head. It’s for mistakes and triumphs, and against arrogance and underconfidence. A band of four: two girls, two boys. Noisy, dancy, loud, sincere, sweaty, loveable, hardworking.

TTM,TTS wants to move you, figuratively and literally. They make music that starts your brain and your body. It's gritty synth-pop complete with hooks that are worth repeating. It's a 2014 take on new-wave. The music is big, bright, and bold, and something all their own. Their music has been described as "dark wave", "dreamy disco-pop", "electro-fuzz-rock", "guitar fueled dance-pop", "pop music as art at its very finest".

In August of 2009, Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun left their full-time careers to book, tour, record, and get in front of as many people as possible. Since then, they toured 15-20 dates each month, growing loyal fan bases who continue to spread the word about Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun like wildfire. Though their dwellings are in Atlanta, GA, they called their 1992 Dodge conversion van home until it departed to tour heaven in 2013. In 2012 they had successful runs at SXSW and CMJ. And another great run at SXSW in 2014 to preview their brand new EP, QUADS, sharing stages with the likes of Royal Teeth, Amy Ray of The Indigo Girls, and more. Other notable artists they've played with include: The Walkmen, Tokyo Police Club, Kishi Bashi, Tapes N Tapes, IAMX, Fiction Plane, An Horse, Telekinesis, Here We Go Magic, Constellations, French Kicks, Hank & Cupcakes, Star Death & White Dwarfs, All Get Out, Die! Die! Die!, Dead Confederate, The Comas....!

For Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun, 2014 brings a new movement of music, visuals, and expression. With the release of their new EP, QUADS, in April 2014 (in stores in June), accompanied by videos for each song, the band continues their anthem-- They're about changing the things you wanna change and doing the things you wanna do. It's about refusing to settle and working hard for what you want. It's about really seeing your past, present, and future.
The Locksmyth
The Locksmyth's live band and members/contributors has grown to include many Atlanta music veterans.
The current lineup is:
Ethan Gabriel Jack
Sam Harrison (formerly of Gun Party)
Jeremy Dollar (formerly of A:The Color)
Andres Miller, Josh Yoder, & Graham Yoder (of Jungol) "