ATL Soul Weekly (April 14-24): Water Seed, #AtTheCribFest, Rich Medina + more

Water Seed (Photo courtesy of the band)

Presenting ATL Soul Weekly, Slo*Mo’s curated look at some of the week’s most notable sights, sounds and events.


Water Seed — “Sweaty Boy”: The Atlanta expat band known as Water Seed recently dropped the video for its newest single “Sweaty Boy.” The funked-up tune and visual is dripping with the high energy and tongue-in-cheek vibes the (now-New Orleans-based) group has built a rep creating. Take a look, and listen for yourself below. More info:


April 14 — Music & Power, featuring Ron Trent with special guest Rich Medina: Last week, we recommended attending the new listening series Music & Power, helmed by DJ/producer Ron Trent, but we’re re-recommending it this week — and that’s because internationally lauded DJ Rich Medina will be joining as a special guest selector. Grab your mask, and bring your ass. Entry only with RSVP and confirmation. 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Rock Steady. More info:

April 17 — #AtTheCribFest: Brought to you once again by the homie Jay Carter and the crew behind ONE Musicfest, #AtTheCribFest returns for the first edition of a 3-part digital concert series. This go ‘round, the event will feature performances by artists like Lucky Daye, Xavier Omär, VanJess, and Atlanta’s own Baby Rose (check out her first NPR Tiny Desk concert below), among many others. Free with RSVP. 3 p.m. More info:

April 18 — Kameron Corvet: Catch singer/songwriter/musician Kameron Corvet performing some of his Grammy-winning tunes (and probably a bunch of other dope cuts) over brunch this Sunday at The Beverly. Free admission. 1 p.m.-4 p.m. The Beverly. More info:


April 22 — Feels: R&B Concert & Art Experience: We’re thinking the name of this event probably says it all — live performances, live art, along with bites, cocktails, vendors and more. DJ sounds by the legendary Sean Faylon. $20. 9 p.m.-1 a.m. The Sanctuary. More info:

April 24 — Spring Soul Outdoor Music Festival: With the Spring Soul Outdoor Music Festival, the Hot Ice Live event promotion team is offering fans starving for live music a chance to get their groove on in a safe environment. Hosted by Phillipia, the event features performances by heavy-hitting vocalists like Algebra, Tasha LaRae and more to be announced soon. Plus: grilled food, drinks, vendors and much more. $25-$300. 6 p.m.-10 p.m. 595 North Event Center. More info: