Futurebirds, Diarrhea Planet

Baba Yaga, the second full-length album by Athens, GA's Futurebirds, marks a milestone in the continuous evolution of the eclectic ensemble. The 13-song album finds Futurebirds - Thomas Johnson, Carter King, Dennis Love, Brannen Miles, Daniel Womack, and Payton Bradford (who has since left the lineup to pursue a non-musical career path) - delivering an expansive yet intimate set that takes the band's trademark mix of earthily accessible songcraft and free-spirited experimentation into inspired new territory.

Like the band that made it, Baba Yaga defies easy categorization, boasting a beguiling blend of warmly catchy tunes, stirringly evocative lyrics, distinctive sonic textures and unexpected melodic twists. The music is both intense and uplifting, capturing a good deal of the soaring, primal, sweat-soaked spirit of Futurebirds' live shows, which have already won the group a rabidly devoted fan base and a reputation as a singularly inspired, bravely unpredictable performing unit.

Evan P. Donohue and Hodan Dickie originally started Diarrhea Planet as a noise project. The next year, they invited Casey to play drums with them playing guitars and no bass. Diarrhea Planet was born. Eventually, they all wanted more guitars, so a few lineup changes and a year down the road and here we are ...with 4 screaming guitars, one jungle-stompin bass, one power rock drumset, and 6 best friends doing what they love as loud as they possibly can.

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Futurebirds, Diarrhea Planet with The Birds of Night

Wednesday, July 31 · 7:30 PM at Club Dada