After dropping off the radar following 2014’s brilliant Genesis full-length, local psychedelic hip-hop producer murk daddy flex has returned with a triumphant new EP, which he will perform in its entirety Tuesday at the Athens Institute for Contemporary Art. The show, dubbed the “2017 Southeastern Curry Expo and Trade Show,” will also feature a set from Austin, TX noise-punk group Street Sects, led by former Athenian Leo Ashline, as well as Isaak Pancake, Small White Dog and others. A vegan potluck featuring “a five-gallon batch of special Thai curry” and assorted teas begins at 8 p.m., and the music starts at 9. Check out a Q&A with murk daddy flex on Homedrone.
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