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Diesto, Ninth Moon Black, Antikythera, Humors

NATHAN CARSON
9 pm., Friday June 14 | Contact venue for ticket information.
Kenton Club
2025 N Kilpatrick St.
 
[WILLAMETAL] Local trio Antikythera—look up the meaning, it’s cool—kicks off its two-week tour tonight, which will send the group slingshotting around Austin, Texas, and back up the coast. According to Facebook, the band is planning to collect bottles and cans to pay rent after the journey is complete. So do the right thing: Support this show. It’s ridiculously cheap for such a heavy-hitting lineup of killer bands. Ninth Moon Black offers sterling post-metal from Eugene and Diesto tops the bill with its expansive desert rock. Humors alone is worth the price of admission, so don’t dally.

Where: Kenton Club
Phone: 285-3718
Address: 2025 N Kilpatrick St.
Website: kentonclub.com

 
 

Kenton Club

2025 N Kilpatrick St.
Portland , OR
97217
 
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