LOCAL booking entity Coastal Rock Productions has been making excellent use of the City’s Black Box Theatre recently. Conveniently located right on the corner of Henry and Whitaker streets, the spacious Cultural Affairs venue transforms into an all-ages rock hall on Saturday night.
Headliner Attalus released their latest LP, Into the Sea, in 2015. With helter-skelter guitar leads, epic builds and dynamic musicianship, the nautical-themed 16-track album dwells on the Christian band’s faith in grace and the navigation of judgment and redemption. Fans of Brand New, Blindside, and early 2000s Christian rock will want to mark their calendars for this one.
Locals Between Symmetries continue to garner praise and fans for 2015’s Movetur; their big hooks and ‘90s-influenced tone will nicely complement Attalus.
It’s a return to Coastal Rock Productions for Augusta’s Lost Boy, an ambient emo band creating some uniquely interesting and cathartic cross-genre sounds.
Savannah alt/emo band Falling In round out the solid bill.
No time to grab dinner before the early show? No problem. Moe’s Southwest Grill will be slinging burritos and beverages, so bring some extra cash.
Saturday, March 5, 7 p.m., $7, all-ages
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