English singer, songwriter and musician Declan McKenna broke into the music scene at Glastonbury Festival's 2015 Emerging Talent Competition after winning the title with his song "Brazil".
From Glastonbury to Cat’s Cradle, he’s only getting better. I wouldn’t lie about how I feel — check out McKenna and his neo-psychdelic rock track "Brazil" here.
Feb. 10, Doors: 7:30 p.m.
$16.00 advance, $18.00 day of
Why would you not want to go to this concert? American indie-pop band WHY? makes you question and appreciate the logistics of several life events such as (but not limited to) — "Good Friday," eating "Strawberries" and "The Vowels Pt. 2."
Grab a ticket and remember to ask yourself why, or alternatively, why not? Why so many why puns you ask? Well, why not?
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Brothers Adam, Jack and Ryan Met are bringing indie pop straight to a theater near you with synthesizers, ukuleles, drums, guitars, trumpets and more.
If you enjoy brotherly magic as well as clever usage of trumpets, this trio is for you. Submerge yourself in what AJR has to offer. "I’m Ready," are you?
Feb. 11, Doors: 7 p.m.
Feeding Fingers was formed in 2006 as a post-punk trio but has evolved into an international music project, with intermittent members and contributors from Germany, Austria, Italy, Serbia, Japan, China and elsewhere. Feeding Fingers will make you TAP your fingers to their smooth sounds and chill vibes.
The Pour House Music Hall
Feb. 23, Doors 8 p.m.
$8.00 advance, $10.00 day of
Are you busy "Waiting on the Sunrise"? Do you often "Look into the Stars"? TreeHouse! is for you.
Their motto is, "Love. Peace. Gratitude. Compassion. Positivity. Awareness. Empowerment. Awakening. Enlightenment. Our endeavor is whatever we can do to realize and actualize these concepts within this world." Step into a world of reggae rock with this band.
The Black Lillies
Feb. 17, Doors 7:30 p.m.
15.00 advance, $17.00 day of
From Knoxville, Tenn. — The Black Lilies folk sound will transport you to a world of easy listening and invigorated spirits.
Combining all the best of folk, blues, rock, soul and more, The Black Lillies will make sure you’re "Peach Pickin'" in no time. I’m not "Hard to Please" but this band really makes me feel like I need to be "Dancin’" before I "Fade."
Feb. 21, Doors 8 p.m.
Finding their beginnings in hood river, oregon, flor artfully brings indie rock and synth pop together to form a beautiful music baby to bless your ears. their entire premise is based on lowercase letters – probably to signify how chill they are. do you have warm blood, a restless soul or do you really just need to hold on?
check out flor — but remember to specify they’re a band or else you’ll be redirected to a carpentry website.