Saturday, April 30 – Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun
Although this Atlanta fuzz-rock four-piece is still in the building stages of what promises to be a successful run at indie stardom, TTMTTS’ energetic live show and two interesting EPs have already set them up nicely as the next Ting Tings. Fronted by two ladies, Today the Moon balance foreboding sexiness with a head-nodding punk bent that’s as irresistibly danceable as it is thrashing and why-not sloppy. Their first full-length album, Wildfire, will be released in May and should bring them plenty more attention. –Justin Strout (with the Equines; 9 p.m. at Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $5; 407-898-5070; willspub.org)
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