Wooden Indian Burial Ground, And And And, Grandparents, Summer Cannibals
13 NW 6th Ave.
[NEW ROCK] At this point, if you care at all about Portland music, then you probably already know about psychedelic garage ghouls Wooden Indian Burial Ground and trippy pop ensemble Grandparents, two bands that've made names for themselves by gigging constantly over the past year. And you certainly know And And And, who've practically become mascots for the city's rock scene. The odd group out on this loaded local bill is Summer Cannibals, though that won't be for long: The foursome's got a debut album, No Makeup, dropping in August, and the songs circulating from it thus far show a quartet—three girls, one dude—adept at chunky, ’90s-gazing riffage and swinging, snarling hooks. Methinks you'll be hearing—and reading—a lot more about them in the next year, so get acquainted now.
Where: Star Theater
Address: 13 NW 6th Ave.