If you like loud rock music with a psychedelic southern feel to it then you need to get your ass to 529 in the East Atlanta Village this Wednesday night. Nashville’s Danny Pujol will be rolling into town with his band Pujol (pronounced Pooh-jole) and the place will be slammed with some damn fine tunes.
Pujol is out on tour supporting their debut LP United States Of Being, a high octane exhibition of how to make good music. Danny Pujol’s lyrics have a poetic quality that finds its way through the grungy guitars, violent rhythms and guttural vocals. As loud and rowdy as their recorded music is, the live shows are even more so. Tunes like “Black Rabbit” and “Mission From God” are larger than life as they reach out from the speakers and assault the crowd’s ear drums. Beneath all the loudness are smooth melodies and upbeat harmonies, it is this pop presence that keeps the music from falling into utter chaos.
Wednesday nights are for celebrating the beginning of the end of the week, and what better way to do that than with a few beverages and some ear blistering tunes. The intimate room at the 529 should be packed with folks who are ready to jam to some killer tunes. Joining Pujol on stage are Turf War, Colossal Heads, and Shark? so be sure and get there early to experience the entire night of music. Be sure to pack your ear plugs because you will need them.
WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 3rd, 9:00 p.m.