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Egotones, Red Cloud, Mothra and re/Folium

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Saturday, February 18, 2023 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
February 18, 2023 - 8:00pm
$10 Advance, $15 Day of Show

On Saturday, February 18, The Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly welcomes Egotones, Red Cloud, Mothra and re/Folium to the WOW Hall.


Formed in 2008 by multi instrumentalists Austin Armijo and Christian Layton, EGOTONES has been exploring the sonic intersections of surf, spaghetti western, psychedelic rock and points heavier for over a decade. With the addition of drummer Jarryd Bishop and bassist Davis Koier (and without the constraints of a vocalist) the band is free to indulge a wide spectrum of creative ideas, drawing influence from artists from CAN to Ennio Morricone.

Their latest release, 2021's GEODESIC DOME, slithers and thunders through a dizzying cinematic landscape in its concise 35 minutes. Large portions of the album (all recording and mixing was done by the band) were tracked at The WOW Hall, taking full advantage of the hall's natural reverb provided by its historic rock maple floating dance floor.

EGOTONES vision is further realized by their video work. Long a mainstay of their live performances, the band used the lockdown to create corresponding videos to GEODESIC DOME's 9 tracks. These videos are assemblages of clips culled from dozens of films ranging from 70's Giallo and Russian Art House to Silent Films and VHS Trash, skewed and blended to keep up with their aural exploration. More information can be found at



Red Cloud started life in 2011, when frontman Aaron Williams performed a set of songs at the late & legendary Ash Street Saloon in Portland, Oregon.Eventually planting roots further south in Eugene, Red Cloud soon gained a reputation and enthusiastic following in the Pacific Northwest at large.Whether playing storied Oregon venues or taking to the road, Red Cloud shows are legendary for their incredibly good vibes. Casual listeners inevitably become believers for one simple reason: the music makes them feel so damned good.Opening for such luminaries of the scene as King Buzzo, Witch Mountain, Yob, Black Cobra, Jucifer, Hobosexual, Mos Generator, Ancient Warlocks, Tigers on Opium and Year of the Cobra, Red Cloud has completed five Northwest tours and played several festivals over the past handful of years.Their name an homage to the Lakota Chief Red Cloud, the band explores our relationship to nature, one another, and ourselves. With one eye on history and the other looking forward to the future, song lyrics delight in introspective travel, rally for freedom from personal enslavement, and take us on incredible Jules Verne-inspired journeys into the heart of the Earth.


Mothra came to be when two friends from Eugene, OR decided to form a rock band, and brought together members of their local community in the fall of 2021. The four members have now garnered a strong reputation in the local scene with energetic, head-banging songs blended with hypnotic melodies in epic rock performances. Now, Mothra strives to bring its alternative rock songs to a wider audience as it records its EP at Lane Community College. Mothra is currently based in Eugene, OR with all members attending local colleges.


A smattering of individuality, 5 multi-dimensional musicians have come together to form

something new. With the psychedelic vibes to take you on a trip, the rhymes and the

reasons to shake your hips, all boosted by a boisterous rock foundation is Oregon’s own

re/Folium. Check out their new double sided single everywhere music streams and on

Locals Live April 14th.

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