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The Masquerade Presents

Stokeswood's End of the World Party!


Machines Are People Too | The Electric Sons


8:00 PM | $10.00 ADV | All Ages



The five members of Stokeswood woke up one day in a black van with a trailer full of equipment and not one one of them knew how they got there. Atlanta-based, Low-Endie Rock band, Stokeswood, was formed by lead vocalist Adam Patterson and electric guitarist, Mark Godwin. The five-piece also comprises drummer Jon Joiner, keyboardist Michael Roman and bass player/producer Justin Mullinix. Stokeswood’s independently released debut album, “Carassia” (2009), is like a sonic excursion between the lines of a poet’s story-telling prowess. Stokeswood’s sophomore album, “In the Field of the Vibrations” (2011), showcases a vocal-centric aesthetic and an array of…

Machines Are People Too

Machines Are People Too began as a two piece pop project between friends, JJ Clark(Production) and Brian Sylvester(Vocals) in 2010. Shortly after, with the addition of Cain Lassiter(Keys), and Ivan Garcia(Drums), the band began touring regularly across the nation, playing alongside such acts as Miami Horror, Ghostland Observatory, and Two Fresh. Word of their unique synth-pop sound is spreading fast, and the group expects big things from 2012; with numerous festival appearances including Bonnaroo and Nocturnal Wonderland, a fall tour planned, and an EP release from noted Producer/Synth Player Lars Stalfors(The Mars Volta, Matt & Kim, Funeral Party.) Be sure to snag your free download…

The Electric Sons

The Electric Sons are an Atlanta indie/electronic band founded by, vocalist/guitarist, Andrew Miller and, keyboardist/vocalist, Ben Richards.

The band formed in 2011 when Miller left his job as an illustrator for the FX Network series, “Archer,” to team up with Richards, an advertising graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design. Miller and Richards quickly gained a following of local fans after releasing a home-recorded EP under the name “AM83”. Energized by the grass roots success of the EP, the duo set their sights on releasing a follow-up EP. It was during those writing sessions that Miller and Richard’s shared love for electronic music began to influence their writing.…

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