Sat 25 Aug

Hell at The Masquerade

Doors 6:00 pm / $10.00 ADV / All Ages

Sound Culture

Sound Culture was formed in January 2017 by a collective group of friends wishing to write/record original music. Reggae/rock

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Kaya's Embrace

This duo creates a funky sound with a mix of genres after becoming a band in 2014. Kaya’s Embrace is very much a jam band that aims to make a difference with their love for music. With the talents of AJG as the lead singer and Cody McNeil as lead guitarist of tKaya’s Embrace, the…

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Rhythm Earth

Rhythm Earth is a reggae rock duo out of Atlanta Georgia currently consisting of members Christian Castillo and Yakou Daniel N’guessan. They have shared the stage with; TLC, Jeezy, Tyrese, Gondwana, The Movemnet, Ballyhoo!, Tropidelic, The Holdup, Iya Terra, Roots Of A Rebellion, Sundried vibes, Treehouse, The Elevators, Yamadeo, AndLove, Crane and more. Formed in summer of…

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Hypothetical

Fresh out of the Philadelphia D.I.Y scene, Hypothetical blends alternative and indie-inspired sounds with reggae bass and hip-hop drums. Its’ members, Matt Feldman and Sean O’Neil, have been writing and producing together since the age of 15. They left the acoustic guitars and cracked version of Fruity Loops behind, proceeding to move in together in…

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The Instructors

The Instructors are a talented collective of Atlanta-based musicians who create a unique and eclectic blend of styles stemming from the sounds of reggae, funk, and jazz music. Bolstering a diverse array of influences, their catchy hooks and melodic guitar lines rest atop a tight-knit rhythm section that has been captivating audiences since 2012. Consummate…

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Blackberry Breeze

Blackberry Breeze formed in 2012 in a mechanic shop in Dadeville, AL(a small lake-town on Lake Martin between Alexander City and Auburn, AL). Blackberry Breeze still has two of their founding members active in the band, Trey Foshee and Paul Blankenship. Other members have gone on to become doctors, engineers, and rocket scientists. The pop reggae…

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