Weekend Picks: Baths, Decatur Beach Party, Twin Shadow & More

892768_10151312922980780_2046594500_oIs the work week getting to you? Don’t worry, the weekend’s almost here! We’ve got plenty of shows where you can unwind, and even enjoy some of the June weather! Baths is hitting Black Cat on Friday, touring in support of his bleak new album, Obsidian! If you’re looking for something more relaxing, Decatur Beach Party is going down, featuring Jimmy Buffet tribute band, A1A. If you’d rather dance the night away to 80’s throwback songs though, Twin Shadow’s got you covered at Black Cat! No matter how you want your weekend to sound, we’ve got a pick for you!
 
Friday, June 14th – Baths at Black Cat
 
Will Wiesenfeld named his Baths project after his days as a kid, ruminating over his art in the bathtub. Don’t expect his new album to be as cuddly as his name though, it’s a dark affair which will surely translate into an interesting live show!
 
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Friday, June 14th – Decatur Beach Party
 
Kick back and relax in Atlanta on “Ponce De Leon Beach” this weekend! The Decatur Beach Party features 60 tons of sand, a kids boardwalk, dancing, live music and refreshments. This year Jimmy Buffet tribute band A1A performs, as well as the kid-friendly Douglas Brake and the Sizzle, Hiss, Pop Band.
 
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Friday, June 14th – Marijuana Deathsquads at The Drunken Unicorn
 
You won’t easily forget a Marijuana Deathsquads show. If you’re hoping to see some experimental improvisation this weekend, they’ve got the show for you!
 
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Friday, June 14th – Mac McAnally at The State Theatre
 
Do you like Jimmy Buffet? Check out his guitarist’s solo work! Parrotheads love it and he’ll be mixing in some songs he wrote for/with Buffet as well.
 
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Friday, June 14th/Saturday, June 15th – Midsummer Music Fest
 
This weekend, book it to Candler Park for live music, art, ice-cold beverages and food trucks! The Midsummer Music & Food Festival is back and boasts a music lineup featuring Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Soul Rebels and more. Admission is free so you have no excuse to stay home!
 
 
 
Saturday, June 15th – Freedy Johnston at Smiths Olde Bar
 
It’s been over 20 years since the release of Freedy Johnston’s debut album, The Trouble Tree and Johnston’s still going strong. Come see for yourself why he’s been described as a “songwriter’s songwriter” when he hits Smiths this Saturday!
 
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Saturday, June 15th – Old School Saturday (OSS) at Hyatt Regency Atlanta
 
Come relive the glory days with a night of exclusively “old-school” music. Dance and mingle to a selection of ’80s and ’90s hip-hop, R&B, house and reggae!
 
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Saturday, June 15th – Twin Shadow at Black Cat
 
Do you wish you could travel back in time and jam out to some classic ’80s synth pop? Well, Twin Shadow is the next best thing. His original music will get you dancing and there’s no time travel required!
 
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Saturday, June 15th – SOS Band w/ Con Funk Shun and Christopher Williams at the Riverdale Amphitheater
 
Get up and groove to some old-school funk and R&B this weekend when three classic artists hit the Riverdale Amphitheater at once!
 
And before you head out, read our interview with Christopher Williams here!
 
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Sunday, June 16th – Free Time at The EARL
 
Free Time hits The Earl this Sunday! The brainchild of Melbourne’s Dion Nania, Free Time specializes in songs that “veer between sweet sadness and wild exuberance.” Get your tickets below!
 
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Sunday, June 16th – Shelter from the Storm: A Bob Dylan Celebration at Eddie’s Attic
 
Singer-songwriters will pay tribute to Bob Dylan this Sunday, playing mini-sets of Dylan’s greatest songs. Come out and hear reinterpretations of your favorite songs!
 
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