Brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall comprise Nashville garage-rock duo JEFF the Brotherhood, a group that rose to prominence in the late aughts thanks to a steady tour schedule and the release of the catchy, scummy Heavy Days LP, a promising record full of psych-metal riffage and power-pop melody. That led to a deal with Warner Bros. and the 2012 release of the Dan Auerbach-produced Hypnotic Nights. After being dropped by the label earlier this year, JTB released Wasted on the Dream via indie Infinity Cat. The record reveals the Orrall brothers’ cleaner, poppier side, more late-era Weezer than early Sabbath, and less interesting all around. Let’s hope they dust off the oldies for Tuesday’s GATH gig.
8 p.m. $12. georgiatheatre.com