ATL Soul Weekly (March 30-April 8): Nate Smith x Van Hunt, Anthony David + more

Nate Smith x Van Hunt (Photo by Laura Hanifin)

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

EVENTS:

March 30 — Kameron Corvet at The James Room: For folks who’re ready to see some live music in person (not just online), consider checking out Grammy-winning songwriter/singer Kameron Corvet at The James Room, right off the Beltline. (But, yo, please bring a mask, OK?) Free. Doors open at 5 p.m.; show starts at 7:30 p.m. The James Room. More info: thejamesroom.com.

April 2 — High Frequency Friday: Sound Table Pop Up: Join DJs Bobi Stevkovski and Stefan Ringer for another night of music, curated by the Sound Table’s Karl Injex, and art at the High Museum. Free-$20. 6 p.m.-9 p.m. High Museum of Art. More info: high.org/event/april-high-frequency-friday-2/

April 3 — Anthony David at the Coca-Cola Roxy: More in-the-flesh concert happenings for you, this time in the form of ATL’s famed soul crooner/musician Anthony David, who is taking the Roxy stage this weekend. (But, yo, don’t forget the mask, OK??) $25-$49. 8 p.m. Coca-Cola Roxy. More info: www.anthonydavidsound.com/shows.

April 3 — Bruk Up Zoom Party: Daz-I-Kue and a heavy-hitting lineup of even more DJs lead what organizers are calling “Birmingham U.K.’s premier broken beat party … bringing the dance floor to your front room. Get ready for big riddems from classics to exclusives.” Donations accepted (Cash App: £1edubz, PayPal: paypal.me/edoubled). 8 p.m. More info over on Facebook.

April 8-10 — BRIC Jazz Fest, featuring Nate Smith x Van Hunt and more: Now, if you’re still digging the pandemic-era online concert experience, be sure to log on to the BRIC Jazz Fest. A ton of dope folks are slated to perform, including Roy Ayers, Meshell Ndegeocello, Phony Ppl — plus Atlanta soul alumni Van Hunt, joined by musical partner-in-crime drummer Nate Smith (among many others). $20-$150. Various times. More info: www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/bric-jazzfest-0.

SIGHTS + SOUNDS:

Jaye Newton featuring Nai Br.XX — “Hit My Line”: We’ve been waiting for rising Atlanta-based songstress Nai Br.XX to return to the scene with some new material, and return she has, as a featured performer on singer/rapper Jaye Newton’s catchy new tune “Hit My Line.”

Carmen Rodgers — “No Good”: ATL soul expat Carmen Rodgers recently dropped a new visual for her newest single, “No Good.” Give it a look, and you’ll see Rodgers hamming it up — stalker-style — in the clip, which is taken from her latest EP, “Hello Human, Vol. 1.

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