Bathhouse Janitors Filming “Pink and Blue” Video on 5/16


Calling all you freaks and weirdos — Tooth Monster Records wants to make you a star!

Bathhouse Janitors will be shooting a brand new music video for their upcoming single, “Pink and Blue.”  The song takes a swing at gender stereotypes and the pressure to conform to society’s expectations.  The Janitors are looking for “freaks of all stripes” to come on down and be a part of the fun.

Filming will take place on the patio of the Little Vinyl Lounge, located below Star Bar in the heart of Little Five Points. It’s going to be a party expressly for the oddballs out there, so if you feel like an oddball, come hang out and let your colors fly! And if you don’t, then come on down and prepare to get weird! The theme is “Topsy-Turvy, Gender Roles” so however society wants to label you, dress like the exact opposite. Most importantly, come on down to have fun.

For more information, visit the event page here.

Spore Lord to Play HEARING AID! Benefit Show 5/9


A band for whom 11 is too quiet, it is only fitting that Spore Lord is playing the HEARING AID! benefit show alongside fellow heavy hitters The Six Shot Revival, The Dirty Magazines, and The Voltage Cult. The show will be held on May 9th at Star Bar in the heart of L5P. Doors open at 9PM.

Proceeds support We’re Hear for You, a non-profit foundation that works to increase awareness of noise-induced hearing loss and distributes free earplugs at shows in Atlanta, Athens, and Nashville.

For more information, visit A. Rippin Production.


wWAYLOn Featured on The Random Radio Podcast Show

wWAYLOn‘s song “I Forget” was featured on a recent episode of The Random Radio Podcast. It is available to stream via YouTube:

You can skip ahead to wWAYLOn at 45:02, or listen all the way through for an well-curated, eclectic mix of indie artists.


[UPDATED] Buzzards Soar to Victory, Will Play Sweetwater 420 Fest Sat. 4/18


Thanks to an overwhelming outpour of support, Uncle Van & the Buzzards of Fuzz will be playing the Sweetwater 420 Fest at Centennial Olympic Park! The band was selected as one of three winners of Radio 105.7/Creative Loafing‘s Talent Tap contest and will open the Planet 420 stage on Saturday, April 18th at 1PM EST.

Sweetwater 420 Fest is an annual three-day music festival held in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Other events include improv comedy, beer tastings, and a 5K race. Tickets are still available and ready to purchase here.

We’ll also be updating the Tooth Monster calendar this week with lots of new shows. Lots of opportunities to get out there and hear some great music!

Uncle Van & the Buzzards of Fuzz Chosen as Radio 105.7’s Talent Tap Finalists

Tooth Monster may be moving to the big stage! Uncle Van & the Buzzards of Fuzz have been chosen as one of six finalists for Radio 105.7 & Creative Loafing’s Talent Tap contest.

Three bands will be selected to play at this year’s Sweetwater 420 Fest, a three-day musical extravaganza to be held downtown at Centennial Olympic Park. Artists scheduled to perform this year include Snoop Dogg, Primus, The Wailers, and Cage the Elephant.

Winners will be announced on Radio 105.7’s Locals Only show, airing this Sunday at 8PM on 105.7FM.


wWAYLON Debuts New Video “What Kind of Boy”

The new video for wWAYLON‘s infectious ode to the dysfunctional relationship captures the same wit and high energy of the original song and stars wWAYLON, Anthony Carter, and cameos by Mekenzie Jackson and Will Dollinger.

“What Kind of Boy” was written and directed by Brent Lambert-Zaffino. Just watch it, and if the song doesn’t get stuck in your head, well then, watch it again.

Want more wWAYLON? Check him out at The Masquerade on April 2nd, along with BITERS and The Ataris.

Fundraiser at Star Bar to Benefit Hruska, Kelsey Families


A silent auction will be held at Little Vinyl Lounge on Saturday, March 21 at 8PM in memory of Joseph Hruska and Chay Kelsey. Joseph and Chay were the victims of a double-shooting behind The Vortex early last Saturday.

If you can’t make it to LVL and still want to give, you can donate via GoFundMe. All proceeds will benefit the Hruska and Kelsey families.

Dig deep, monsters! It’s for a very worthy cause.