Coastal Rock Productions is presenting a four-band, all-ages rock extravaganza on Jan. 20 at The Guild Hall, 615 Montgomery St. Featured bands include: The IndependentsFormerly managed and produced by the late, great Joey Ramone, The Independents have performed almost non-stop, touring with bands such as The Ramones, Misfits, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Cheap Trick and The Queers, just to name a few. The recipe includes one part Ramones, one part punk, one part ska and a whole lot of Elvis. This is one band that has captured the horror-punk sound so completely, not only have they instilled that style into their music, but have changed it around and given it a fresh sound by mixing in ska beats and Ramones-ish pop to it. Black Cat AttackMarrying dark lyrical themes and the soft melodic vocals typically associated with horror-punk acts with a rhythm section based on the hard, fast and driving bass and drums of the hardcore movement has helped BCA carve out a place in Southern Ontario's music scene that is truly their own. Jeff Two Names & The Born AgainsJeff Two Names & The Born Agains are a four-piece band from Savannah. The sound is best described as straightforward punk. Jeff Two Names, "The bass player," Chef Gabe and Rev. Kev bring the noise. For fans of The Ramones, The Queers and The Bouncing Souls. The Anxiety JunkiesThe Anxiety Junkies is comprised of members Alex Greenberg, Van Tyler Mills, Dalton Benkert and Charlie Dirkx. Medicate your anxiety with some local punk rock and songs about self-sabotage and social paranoia. Influenced by Minor Threat, The Misfits, Black Flag and Bad Brains. Tickets are $10 at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m. More information can be found at www.coastalrocksavannah.com.