Deer Bear Wolf Weekly

Monday, January 19


Drunk Critique No. 8 // YOU TELL ME & Sweaty Palms Artist Talk @ Low Museum

A full lineup of artists ready to show you what they've been up to. As always BYOB, but something tasty shall be for sale by donation.

Greg Nahabedian ++ Suffer Dragon ++ Dendera Bloodbath ++ Dux @ Eyedrum

Greg Nahabedian is a gender neutral, New England based musician, teacher, and writer whose often Situationist inspired work as a solo artist, composer, and with the art-punk band Dérive explores religion, progressive social ideals and politics, and art as a form of spiritual liberation.

Kayo Dot with Zruda ++ Hello Cobra ++ The Universe Divide @ 529

Brooklyn progressive experimental doom band Kayo Dot! They are joined on this occasion by a trio of locals - Zrůda, Hello Cobra, & The Universe Divide.


Tuesday, January 20


Zinester Writers' Group: Girl/Grrrl Zines @ Charis Books

In celebration of the 2015 AZF theme (Girls in DIY), the next Zinester Writers' Group meeting is on girl/grrrl zines. Judith Jones will co-facilitate. Judith Jones is a writer, zinester, blogger and angry intersectional feminist from the South. She curates and compiles a riot grrl inspired feminist zine called Tom Girl and several others.

Twin Studies ++ Wild Honey ++ Expert Alterations ++ Yokozuna @ WonderRoot


Wednesday, January 21


Rituals/Victuals: Valentina Tapia ++ Bois ++ Fit of Body ++ Suno Deko @ Yolkspace


Thursday, January 22


TRANSGRESSION: An Unorthodox Reading Series | CLUE @ The Big House on Ponce

Birthed from the womb of Deer Bear Wolf, Transgression is a reading series that seeks to bring the novelty back to the novel crowd – taking its audiences off the beaten path; straying from traditional platforms; and showcasing Atlanta’s most talented writers whilst challenging the perception of the written word.

Book Club Record Release Party with Cicada Rhythm @ Eddie's Attic

Book Club is celebrating the release of our new record "One-Way Moon" available on hand-numbered, gold-foiled, limited edition colored vinyl, and cassette, cd, and digitally.

2015 Stories on the Edge of Night @ Manuel's Tavern

The dark night of the soul. The bleak mid-winter. A new year. The time for spiritual journeys to begin and haunting forces to let loose. Join us on this night of tales that will astound, provoke, enliven, and endear you. Nine raconteurs who represent some of the finest in Atlanta's reality storytelling scene will bring an evening of entertainment not to be missed.

Graphic Scores Concert 1 @ Eyedrum

A roughly quarterly concert entirely featuring graphic scores, each performed by two different ensembles. This Installment's Pieces by Majid Ariam, Viola Vip, and Lowell Fuchs.


Friday, January 23


Dip ++ Salsa Chest ++ Jack Topht ++ Suffer Dragon @ Mammal Gallery

An Imperceivable Lapse Into Repose @ Mammal Gallery

This is an 8 hour live music concert event designed for you to fall asleep to. There will be mattresses//pillows//blankets//sleeping pads//comforters//quilts provided, but we encourage you to bring your own sleeping implements. (sleeping bags//extra pillows//blankees//stuffed animals//pajamas//slippers) You can store them upstairs when you come in for the show downstairs!

Spirits & The Melchizedek Children ++ Dead Register ++ Dirty Magazines @ The Basement

Fe<Male Fou ++ A4 ++ Stephen Fenton ++ Michael Payne ++ Ex Black Natural @ Eyedrum

Liverhears ++ Motherfucker ++ Vincas ++ Swots @ The EARL


Saturday, January 24


Drekka: Duet for Theremin & Lap Steel ++ Noon @ Eyedrum

DREKKA performs heavily experimental, cinematic soundtracks to films unmade where the accompanying images are unique to each listener; stylistically and empathetically similar to the soundtracks of Tarkovsky's later films or the more abstract works of Coil and Cindytalk.


Sunday, January 25


Soul Food Cypher @ WonderRoot

Got rhymes? WonderRood is hosting an open mic night on the 4th Sunday of the month.