Moods Music

Call: (404) 653-0724 or visit www.moodsmusic.net
This tiny CD shop stocks neo-soul, acid jazz, Afro-Cuban, house, and rare grooves.
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J.Nolan: 'Rise of ATLantis' Album Release

Thursday May 17, 2018 07:00 pm EDT
FRESH & LOCAL ATL PRESENTS: J.NOLAN - RISE OF ATLANTIS ALBUM RELEASE LIVE PERFORMANCES & LISTENING SESSION Join J.Nolan and the Fresh & Local family for the highly anticipated release of "Rise of ATLantis." This record has been over 2 years in the making and we're excited to finally unveil the final product for you all. So many have forgotten that the city of Atlanta became culturally relevant on the heels of artists like OutKast, Goodie Mob, Ludacris, and so many more - this album represents the struggle that southern artists faced in order to be taken seriously as lyricists and intellectuals. While paying tribute, the project is also an autobiographical tale about J.Nolan's upbringing since settling in this beautiful city at the age of 8. Bear witness to the dawn of a new era! SPECIAL GUEST PERFORMERS: KE TURNER & GREG LO MUSIC BY: DJ HURRIKANE
Cost: $5-$10

Ms. Melody Monroe - Motivation Album Release Party

Friday April 6, 2018 08:00 pm EDT
Enjoy live performances from Ms. Melody Monroe and some of Atlanta's best rising artists including JIV, Daywlk, and Rico Marcel. With a live interview sponsored by SHESLANTS and a dance party with DJ Baby Drea, this is a release party you do not want to miss. All are welcomed. Pay your own entry price. Donations accepted
Cost: Free

Dear Black People Stage Play

Saturday March 31, 2018 05:00 pm EDT
Dear Black People is a satire stage play that discusses black culture in America. It highlights stereotypes perpetuated by black people and explores how these things affects us overall. Topics covered: hip hop, self-esteem, reverse racism, the word N*gga, Liberation, unity, black love and more. Come laugh and learn. Bring the kids. We have a 5pm show and 8pm show.
Cost: $25

Dear Black People Stage Play

Saturday March 31, 2018 05:00 pm EDT
"Dear Black People" is a satire choreopoem play that discusses the stereotypes in black culture from the perspective of black people. It's funny. It's raw. It's entertaining. It's educational. It's a must see show. The play is meant to be a mirror to some and a cultural baptism to others. This performance piece has made audiences laugh and learn all at the same time. Happening March 31st. Two shows in one day; 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Doors will open 1 hour prior to start time. 
Cost: $25

L5P Wine Mixer

Sunday November 26, 2017 05:00 pm EST
Drink, discuss, dance and listen as Moods Music & Salah Anase present a new Sunday evening ritual for music lovers in Atlanta. This month will be joined by LA's Tailwind Turner, actor Dorian Missick, as he makes his ritual return to ATL. 
Cost: $5
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Atlanta, GA 30307
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