Tonight in Athens: Tedo Stone, Gender Infinity

Over at Green Room tonight, Atlanta rocker Tedo Stone kicks off a weekly September residency. Stone’s well-worn Americana should appeal to fans of The District Attorneys and their This is American Music ilk.

If darkly catchy, reverb-soaked indie-pop is more your speed, Austin crew Gender Infinity (pictured above; think the Aislers Set, but less jaunty) performs at Go Bar tonight, sharing a bill with weirdo locals Salsa Chest, Ginko and Look. The latter, in case you were wondering, is a new Reptar side project.

For the complete listing of today’s events, see the Calendar.


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