LOCAL label Furious Hooves is throwing a little shindig to welcome two stellar touring bands to Savannah.
Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, Cult Babies make a drowsy kind of fuzzy psych. The languid static of songs like “Garbage People” transforms into a Zombies-style anthem of love, harmonies and organ buzzing underneath huge, splashy drums.
Released just a few weeks ago, Off to See the Lizard is rollicking, good fun pairing slacker vocals with dreamy, trippy instrumentation.
Tampa, Florida’s Jordan Esker & the Hundred Percent brings a clearer tone to the bill with acoustic guitar, terse rhythms, and melodic influences. Best Supporting Actor was released in October 2014; Esker has a captivating voice, able to be tethered then released in falsettos and declarative wails.
Savannah’s Grimsel represent Bomb Shelter Records on the bill; their two-piece show is a gripping, mesmerizing thing that’s not to be missed.
Thursday, November 5, 9 p.m.