No, Portland, you aren’t too cool for the Beatles. Stop it.
American Wrestlers frontman Gary McClure continues his journey of self-discovery and lo-fi power with sophomore album “Goodbye Terrible Youth.” The band plays Jan. 25 at Bunk Bar.
Elements of traditional Indian music mix well with psychedelic rock, electronic dance and just a touch of “Madchester” swagger on Elephant Stone’s fourth album “Ship of Fools.” They play Portland’s Bunk Bar on Nov. 7.
The Michigan-based psychedelic outfit comes to Bunk Bar on Sept. 10.
Big Thief played Portland’s Bunk Bar last night, touring a debut album of modest, well-crafted songwriting and landing lightly on its feet.
This month’s Know Your Venue feature spotlights Bunk Bar. Read on to learn the history, food and music philosophies and namesake of the “Indie Rock Sandwich Shop.”
The depth, beauty and horror of the American South captured on Adia Victoria’s debut LP make it a mold-breaker. She comes to Bunk Bar on June 10.
The Southwestern style duo Escondido comes to Portland on April 5 at Bunk Bar. They were featured this month in our Aural Fix section.
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