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The Growlers, the Night Beats, Guantanamo Baywatch

MARK STOCK
9 pm., Friday February 15 | $5-$13.
Star Theater
13 NW 6th Ave.
 

[BEACH GOTH] Legend has it, Black Keys frontman and producer Dan Auerbach had a stint working with the Growlers. He probably scratched his head over what to do with the Southern California group’s surfy, tripped-out, ’60s-adoring ways. Bits of the Doors exist within the Growlers’ ghostly brand of beach rock. Newest release Hung at Heart solidifies a sound that initially seemed like a drug-induced one-off, but has since grown into something nuanced and nostalgic. Fellow psych-rockers the Night Beats share the bill. 



Where: Star Theater
Address: 13 NW 6th Ave.

 
 

Star Theater

13 NW 6th Ave.
Portland, OR
97208
 
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