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Howdy once again from the ATL! Since you last tuned in, a bridge on one of our busiest interstates caught fire and collapsed, congealing the already congested traffic near my neighborhood. Which, y'know, sucks. But, on the flip side, music is still great - turns out, I've gathered quite the haul of local talent over the last month, from the hypnotic techno of Fit of Body to the anarchic slop of The Callous Daoboys (best band name, right?) to the snotty punk of Death Stuffs. Not to mention, there's the song from Flower, which led ultimately to my 10-page feature with that band's once-conflicted front man, and which could be the most devastating interview I've ever had with any artist. I'll probably talk about that a lot.
In other corners of the world: there'll be both sides of an excellent split between Melbourne slayers No Sister and Bitumen; a lovely curio from side project Brooch; a triumphant return from post-punk recluse Long Hat Pins; raucous parties from the Hot 8 Brass Band and Fred Schneider and the Superions; impressionistic painting from Justin Walker and Bug vs. Earth (yeah, sounds like oil vs. water, but trust me - it's GREAT); and utter savage BEASTS from Pharmakon and Ewa Justka.
Plus, tons more that I'm surely forgetting - oh, and my hot take on Future Islands, which hopefully was not lost in the swarm of hot takes on the OTHER big release from that week...

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