Valentine’s day brought a little surprise for all of Savannah with the debut of one of the newest bands in town, COEDS. Comprised of members from well known local bands like Whaleboat, Sins of Godless Men, General Oglethorpe and the Panhandlers, and The Hypnotics, one would be hard-pressed to say that they haven’t seen at least one member of COEDS on a stage somewhere around Savannah.
Complimenting COEDS B-52s-esque rock/power-pop were Rubrics and Southern Femisphere from Greenville and Charleston respectively. Rubrics amped up the show with a bit of anarcho-hardcore punk that was as heavy and hard hitting as it was steeped in classic punk DIY ethics. Rounding out the night, Southern Femisphere delivered some awesome garage/post-punk that drew heavily from acts like Mika Miko, Fire Party and Bratmobile. Here are just a few shots with the whole set after the jump. Also, Graveface deserves a huge shout out not only for hosting a ton of great shows, but also for being one of the only all ages venues in the city. Here’s hoping they can keep up the awesome work!