Over the past two years, post-punk quintet Warehouse has risen to prominence in Atlanta’s thriving underground music scene. Tesseract, the band’s debut, released on Bayonet Records (founded by Beach Fossils’ Dustin Payseur and his wife, Katie Garcia), captured the attention of national audiences and press outlets with its busy dual guitar work and singer Elaine Edenfield’s guttural growls. Since then, the band has spent time in New York recording a follow-up album, and recent live shows have consisted almost entirely of this new material, showcasing a band with more pointed melodicism. Athens psych-rockers Hot Fudge and singer-songwriter Jianna Justice’s Penny Lame project open Saturday’s show.
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