Monday, June 10, 2013

Wooden Indian Burial Ground w/Reid Magette and Study Hall Tonight at The Stone Fox

Posted By on Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 10:32 AM

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So what's up? Not in the mood for the grindcore/punk stylings of something called Magrudergrind at The End? Don't feel like helping Turbo Fruits and Todd Snider film a music video with free beer? You've got another option. Wooden Indian Burial Ground will play The Stone Fox with Study Hall and Cream fave Reid Magette tonight. Stephen "Goose" Trageser did the pick thing. Have a look:

Psychedelic garage rock is by no means scarce in today’s soundscape, but one band stands out from the pack — Portland, Ore.’s Wooden Indian Burial Ground, who’s in the middle of a national tour behind their eponymous debut LP. Their proficiency approaches that of Black Angels, but they share more in common with vintage 13th Floor Elevators and Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd’s floral-tinged dark matter than their heavier, more riff-oriented cousins. Not unlike local rock philosopher Daniel Pujol, gravel-throated troubadour Reid Magette specializes in tunes that are simultaneously meditative and anthemic; his songs are perfectly enjoyable played alone on an acoustic guitar, though they adapt in awesome fashion to a solid band. Study Hall, relative newcomers from the East Side, will be on hand to open the show. —STEPHEN TRAGESER

Starts at 9 p.m., and $10 will get you in. Hear some WIBG tunes below.

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