Antagonizers ATL ‘KINGS’ LP release weekend March 19-20

To celebrate the arrival of their first new album in over five years, Antagonizers ATL are hosting a weekend of soul, reggae, street punk, and oi rock ‘n’ roll sounds. The festivities kick off at the Star Bar on Friday, March 19. DJ Gonzo and The Low Life Sound System fly in from the West Coast to spin an evening of soul and reggae hits and deep cuts. It’s $10 to get in, and a limited number of tickers are available. Doors open at 9 p.m.

On Saturday, March 20, the party moves to Vision Studios in Chamblee where the Hanging Judge, StrikeFirst, and Antagonizers ATL, The Queers, and Patriot play the KINGS LP release party. The album is out now via Pirates Press. Doors open at 5 p.m. A limited number of Tickets are available, $20 in advance. Act fast.

Weekend passes are also available for $30. Head over to the Dirty South Booking website for more information including links to buy tickets.

Masks are required for entry to both events. Keep an eye on the Facebook event page for updates.

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The Queers ‘Save the World’ live stream Saturday, December 19

Ramped up pop punk provocateurs the Queers are back! “Fanculo A Tutti!”

On Saturday, December 19, the faint of heart will run for cover when singer, guitar player, and songwriter Joe King, AKA Joe Queer, bass player Chris “Cheeto” May, and drummer Alex “Hoglog Rehab” Martin perform their new album The Queers Save The World (All Star Records) at Vision Studios in Atlanta.

This is a live-streaming show. Tickets are $10, and there are a handful of T-shirt and virtual meet-n-greet bundles available. Music starts at 8 p.m. Eastern.

The Queers. Photo courtesy TuffGnarl.com

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