Gig Guide

May 16, 2014 

Friday, May 16

Skymatic and Andy Bruh at Roasted Cafe and Lounge

When you think of electronic music, you don’t usually think of a violin being played live, but that’s exactly what makes Skymatic stand out from other electro bands. A live violin, guitar and keyboard help form the basis of a very unique group. They will be joined by Athens based DJ/producer Andy Bruh to help round out a night of dub beats. 18 and up. 9 p.m. Free.

The Regulars at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Need some funk in your life? Well then, you should probably check out the Regulars at the Hummingbird. This Atlanta-based band, led by a brother and sister team, has been traveling the nation with their soulful sounds. They have even opened for Morris Day and the Time. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

The Helen Highwater String Band at the Juliette Opry in Juliette

The Helen Highwater String Band has got to be the best band name I’ve heard in at least five years. This band always looks like they are having a good time -- because they are! These four friends started playing together just for the fun of it and then they realized they were pretty good. Their combination of guitar, bass, fiddle and mandolin creates a whimsical goodness that could only come from a string band. All ages. 7:30 p.m. $22.

Saturday, May 17

Honey Cut at Roco’s in Bonaire

Since Roco’s opened, they have been making an effort to book live music. They bring back Honey Cut, a Middle Georgia band led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Brandon Hunnicutt. This night is sure to be full of great original tunes as well as not too often heard favorites. 21 and up. 9 p.m. $5.

DJs Nuk, Structure and Rhett Squirrelly at Roasted Cafe and Lounge

When it comes to electronic DJs in Macon, Structure and Rhett Squirrelly are very familiar names. Structure has been carrying the flag of electronic music since the ’90s. Rhett Squirrelly has been making a name for himself here in Macon as well as in Atlanta. This time, they will be joined by Atlanta’s DJ Nuk. This is sure to be a great night of bass heavy DJing. 18 and up. 9 p.m. Free.

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