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.