Mothers at Wild Wing Cafe was one of the must-see shows at this year’s Savannah Stopover Music Festival. Stopover’s parent company, MusicFile Productions, is bringing the group back for a second Savannah hit Nov. 12 at The Jinx.
Savannah native Clay Hodges mixes a batch of sweet and sour lyrics backed by a hip-hop/R&B twist, gathering inspiration from several sources to deliver a unique sound only his native city could properly influence.
Savannah’s garage-pop quartet COEDS holds a unique title in my memory. From what I can recall of this life, they are the only band I have witnessed evolve as a group from their first show to their first album.
For close to three years, COEDS have been digging out a solid lineup of garage rock tunes, playing relentlessly, tightening the group dynamic and honing in on a unique sound drawn from a plethora of influences.