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February 28, 2019 | doors at 8:30pm
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Triple Ds presents:
ANNA KRAMER & THE LOST CAUSE
BAD SPELL
Black Cat Rising
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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.
Bad Spell
Bad Spell is a three-piece garage rock & roll combo hailing from Atlanta, GA.
Members Bryan G. Malone (The Forty-Fives), Shane Pringle (Tiger! Tiger!, Go-Devils) and Pietro Digenarro (The Booze, Midnight Larks) produce an electric and driving rock & roll sound that draws from such influences as early Stones, Sonics, Remains, Roky Erickson, MC5, Dead Moon, Moving Sidewalks, Scientists, Howlin' Wolf & Chuck Berry to name a few.

Forming in 2016, the band began to play locally but soon found themselves being asked to perform in venues all over the Southeast with acts such as Guitar Wolf, NoBunny, Subsonics and many others.
The approach was simple: A fuzzy guitar, a booming baritone and a madman on drums playing catchy songs with a more than a hint of hell-bound attitude and plenty of reckless abandon. Their psyched-out over the top live show has endeared them to the Atlanta music scene and beyond.

Bad Spell's first recording effort "Don't Go Out Tonight" was recorded in 2018 at Atlanta's Living Room Studios (Black Lips, Curtis Harding, Jacuzzi Boys etc) and is a rollicking 35 minutes of fuzzed-out, psyched-up southern garage rock & roll.

Coming this Spring on Midnight Cruiser Records!!



"The ass-kicking three-man uprising known as Bad Spell is the best fucking band in Atlanta right now! A three ring circus of clashing intensity."
Jeff Clark - Stomp & Stammer

"This is Dirty Ass Rock & Roll!"
Bullet Music

"Bad Spell’s most recent track titled “Don’t Go Out Tonight,” offers a healthy dose of fuzzed up, grimy psychedelia. Throughout the song, which was produced by Bad Spell and Ed Rawls of Living Room Studios, singer Bryan Malone’s scratchy vocals deal with topics of paranoia and loneliness.
The song is both gloomy and grinding, maintaining momentum via drum crashes with organ pads courtesy of guest musician Spencer Garn, and a trippy and scuffed up guitar solo that rips all the way to the end of the song."
Creative Loafing
Black Cat Rising
Named best new band of the year by Stomp and Stammer magazine, Black Cat Rising has come out of their corner of the ring swinging. Formed by Atlanta based frontman Cullen Curtis (Think Never), this four piece consists of Albert Omsted on second guitar (from Augusta's Eat Lightning), Lilly Huey on bass (formerly of Baltimore's Heavenly Blues), and finally Bruce Keller (from The Thin White Dukes). Being only one year old S&S also goes on to say..."Tracks like high octane garage stomper "Space Jams" and the serene "The Ties that Bind" are among the best to come out of Atlanta the past half-year or so."

The group having press and momentum on their side channels the likes of Sonic Youth, Drive Like Jehu, and The Pixies. However, Cullen Curtis' guitar work also conjures up elements of Hendricks and Peter Green on guitar.
It should also be noted that Albert brings a My Bloody Valentine wall of sound and the lovely Lilly a dark Joy Division whisper. Holding all of these elements together are the ferocious post punk drums of Bruce Keller. These Cat's will not disappoint with a sonic fire that burns deep.
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