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King Khan and the Shrines, Hell Shovel, the Satin Chaps

PETE COTTELL
9 pm., Monday October 14 | $13.
Dante's
350 W Burnside St.
 
[FLOWER-POWERED GARAGE FUNK] The Atlanta music scene presented in the 2009 doc We Fun is a lot like the city itself: sprawling, disjointed, but a damn good time if you know where to look. While Black Lips took center stage for the overdriven mash-up of ’60s garage pop—which the group dubbed “flower punk”—it was King Khan’s take on paisley-colored soul and funk that felt more like the future. Revved-up retro pop has gone bicoastal, but no one is harnessing the mojo of James Brown and Mick Jagger at their nastiest better than Khan and his rebirthed Shrines outfit. Speaking of outfits, prepare to get doused in sweat from Khan’s shirtless belly. 

Where: Dante's
Phone: 226-6630
Address: 350 W Burnside St.
Website: www.danteslive.com

 
 

Dante's

350 W Burnside St.
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