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Shaky Harlots, Shadowgraphs, Forty Feet Tall, Gentle Being and Common Koi

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Sunday, October 2, 2022 - 6:00pm
Event Time: 
October 2, 2022 - 7:00pm
Cost: 
$12 Advance, $12 Day of Show

On Sunday, October 2, Shaky Harlots, Shadowgraphs, Forty Feet Tall, Gentle Being and Common Koi are coming to the WOW Hall.

Shaky Harlots

Coming from Ashland, Oregon, The Shaky Harlots have been refining their garage rock sound since August of 2017. With Laramie Ryan Crow and Casey Julian Minnick on guitar, Kaity Arango on bass, Andrew Peel on drums, and Brynna Dean singing lead vocals, this garage rock group has an unmistakable sound that offers diversity to the scene. 

 

Shadowgraphs

Shadowgraphs is a neo-psychedelic band from Portland, OR. Equally inspired by classic psychedelic pop and modern indie rock, the new album finds the band branching out and incorporating shoegaze, post-punk, and dream pop influences into their sound. The resulting album calls to mind the effervescent melodies of labelmates Sugar Candy Mountain, the ghostly atmosphere of Papercuts, and the twisted pop sensibilities of Chris Cohen.The songwriting duo of Bryan Olson and Wils Glade released their critically acclaimed debut LP Venomous Blossoms in 2017. New Commute calls their latest single Sun Is Rising "an extension of the paisley psych pop of 2017's Venomous Blossoms with late-60s pastiche..."

 

Forty Feet Tall

lForty Feet Tall is a Post Punk/alt rock band from Portland, OR. Diving head first into a new fast paced raw music bent with splashes of punk and psychedelic rock, they consistently leave it all out on stage. Originally from LA, the band is composed of Cole Gann on guitar and vocals, Brett Marquette on bass, Jack Sehres on guitar and Ian Kelley on drums. 

 

Gentle Being

"Gentle Being is a combination of a lot of different things that seem like they might not go together, but somehow do: a lead singer who sounds like Joni Mitchell, two guitars, loud fast drums and a definite flavor of jazz as the cherry on top of the hard rock cake.

Vocalist Emma Nagel lead guitarist Bodhi Lennox, rhythm guitarist Alex Goodwin, bassist Owen Burgi and drummer Isaac Luger, make up Gentle Being, a new college-age band taking over the Eugene music scene.

Though both guitarists are familiar faces in the scene, Gentle Being is an entity all its own. With plans to record and release music this year along with a Valentine's Day show at the Big Blue House, these Gentle Beings are rapidly climbing to prominence within the local music scene." - The Register Guard

Common Koi

 Bringing all the energy of the ocean, Eugene dance-rock band Common Koi is always ready to party, their debut record “Pond” was recently released on May 27th.

 


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