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Photo of Glacier Veins by Andrew Le / Sick Snaps
The Analog hosted the homecoming show for dream-punk superstars Glacier Veins, who spent the better part of the month on tour, on March 30 in Portland. Joined by tour-mate Bogues, California natives Crooked Teeth, and local friends Dreadlight and Waterfronts, the evening was an exciting showcase of up-and-coming talent.
Washington has been breeding a lot of new noise in the last few years. With a heavily supportive DIY scene, many bands have been trekking on West Coast tours and bringing their particular flair for indie-rock to all willing to listen. One of the most exciting bands to appear from the newer breed of indie-tinged are Seattle, WA’s Newbrighton who came onto the scene with the release of their 2016 EP, Everything. All of It.
Super Whatevr in Portland by Harper King / Sick Snaps
Earlier this month, Super Whatevr wrapped up their first full US tour opening for Movements, Can’t Swim and Gleemer, and before the Portland date last month, I talked to vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Skyler McKee about the band and how much it has evolved in a short period of time.