Even though Alchemy is under new ownership, the cozy LoDa bar across the street from the Saenger Theatre still continues to provide live music for its regulars. This show will introduce two newcomers to the local scene and one touring band out of Brooklyn.

The Red Right Hands — a four-piece delivering a bottomed-out, fat rock sound — have spent the past few months spreading their sound around Mobile Bay. They fondly refer to their sound as “big ol’ climax rock.” Those in attendance can expect a rock ‘n’ roll hybrid of Black Sabbath and Kings of Leon.

The Hallers hail from the Eastern Shore. They are a five-piece honing in on an indie rock signature.

Brooklyn’s Sister Helen will introduce the crowd to their latest release, “The Jasmine EP.” The group delivers an extremely dramatic style of indie rock where raging riffs are mingled with eclectic guitar harmonics and a wave of striking vocals.

The Red Right Hands, The Hallers, Sister Helen
Date: Thursday, Jan. 22, 9 p.m.
Venue: Alchemy Tavern, 7 S. Joachim St., www.alchemytavernmobile.com
Tickets: $5 at the door