Gucci Mane might just be the good citizen we always thought him to be--he was released from Fulton County jail three months early for good behavior and is making good on his two-large child support payments. The Hotlanta rapper heads to Posh Nightclub on January 20. At the glorious intersection of stoner metal, psychedelic and shoegaze, we find Austin's Bloody Knives. Speedy, industrial and headlining with a confederacy of cranks; Bug Chaser, Tone Rodent and Trauma Harness at ye olde El Lenador on February 10.
2720 Cherokee 12th Planet, February 18 MartyParty, February 25
560 Music Center The Romero Family, February 18 Soweto Gospel Choir, March 23
Edison Theatre Dala, February 18
Eliot Unitarian Chapel Vance Gilbert, January 13
El Lenador Bloody Knives, February 10
The Firebird Canasta, Janaury 8 Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, February 14 Parachute, January 20
Fubar Fit For a King, February 1 The Ghost Inside, January 28 Onslaught, March 29 Page 9, January 29
The Gramophone Daniel Ellsworth and The Great Lakes, January 22 Kill the Noise, January 13
Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Learner Dancer, March 22
Off Broadway Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, February 15
Old Rock House Ruthie Foster and Paul Thorn, March 29 Shawn Mullins, February 22 Tyrone Wells, May 16
The Pageant Diggy Simmons, January 29
Pop's Nightclub Jamie's Elsewhere, January 23 Me Talk Pretty, February 6
Posh Nightclub Gucci Mane, January 20
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