ATL Soul Weekly (June 9-15): Eric Roberson, Record Store Day at Moods Music + more
Presenting ATL Soul Weekly, Slo*Mo’s curated look at some of the week’s most notable sights, sounds and events.
SIGHTS + SOUNDS:
Eric Roberson — “Lessons”: Famed indie soul vocalist Eric Roberson is not based in Atlanta, but the dude is beloved by the city so much, he might as well be an honorary citizen. And all his fans will be happy to know that he’s got some new music out on the street. Check out his latest below, and keep your eyes peeled for info about his next visit to town.
Maleke O’Ney + DJ Applejac — “No, I Didn’t (So Delicious, Pt. 2)”: Download exclusively at Bandcamp: https://malekeoney.bandcamp.com/track/no-i-didnt-so-delicious-pt-2.
June 12 — Record Store Day at Moods Music: Atlanta’s HQ for soul music — the iconic record store known as Moods Music — is celebrating Record Store Day with a marathon of performances from some of the city’s top DJs: folks like Dave Soul, Ramon Rawsoul, DJ Applejac, DJ Jamad and Slo*Mo’s own DJ Larmarrous, among many others. There’ll also be a ton of exclusive vinyl releases, food trucks, vendors and more good stuff. Free admission. Noon-close. Moods Music. More info: www.facebook.com/MoodsMusic.
June 9 — Stan Zeff + Princess La Tremenda. Free admission. 8 p.m-2 a.m. Rock Steady. www.rocksteadyatl.com.
June 11 — Thank God It’s Vinyl: Record pop-up shop by JB’s Lounge, and DJ sets by DJ Grandman, DJ Bentley and (again!) DJ Larmarrous. 7:30 p.m.-11 p.m. Best End Brewing. More info: www.bestendbrewing.com.