Sunday, September 23, 2007


The Sassypants Show Agenda for September 24 - 30
Picking out the best so you don't have to for the first week EVER!
A relatively slow week, but just wait for October to roll around...

Where We'll Be:
  • Atmosphere, Luckyiam, Mac Lethal, Greyskul (Mon. 9/24 @ 40 Watt, $10)
  • OK Computer 10th Anniversary (Mon. 9/24 @ Georgia Theatre, $5)
  • Apples in Stereo, VHS or Beta, Aqueduct, Walter Meego (Tues. 9/25 @ 40 Watt, $10)
  • The Alternate Routes (Tues. 9/25 @ Tasty World)
Where You Should Go, Too!
  • Allie & The Bandits, Little Francis (Weds. 9/26 @ Caledonia)
  • Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Sweet Dog Experience, Sleepy Horses (Thurs. 9/27 @ 40 Watt, $10)
  • Pigpen Studios Party (Fri. 9/28 @ 40 Watt, $5/$7 under 21)
  • We Vs. The Shark, Coulier, Adam Newman & Heather Fink (Sat. 9/29 @ 40 Watt, $5/$7 under 21)

And if anyone happens to hit up the Ying Yang Twins on Friday night at the Theatre, please leave a full report on it's ridiculousness.
The Team

Today my heart swings.

Interpol = the shiz. Aside from arriving in record time, Friday night at the Tabernacle wasn't as epic as expected, but certainly satisfying. It was incredible to see a more seasoned (and often overhyped) band that was confident enough in themselves to avoid slutting out songs from their new album. Even Wilco has been beyond Sky Blue Sky-happy on their latest tour. Interpol played the best of it ("Rest My Chemistry," "Heinrich Maneuver," "No I In Threesome"), popular classics ("Evil," "Slow Hands," "Take You On A Cruise"), my personal favorite ("C'mere") and closed the show with "PDA." Can't ask for better.

But then it did. Atlanta is fantastic when you land in the right place. Little 5 Points, Decatur Social Club late night, strolling around Euclid and Moreland, sunset in Piedmont Park... too good. We have some serious tricks up our sleeve after this weekend and that's all that can be said for now...