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Rare Monk

MITCH LILLIE
8:30 pm., Monday January 07 | Free.
White Eagle Saloon
836 N Russell St.
 
[POST-INDIE ROCK] Few bands of this century have managed to incorporate a violin and a vocoder into serious rock music, but Rare Monk does just that. Placing punchy, active rhythms against bleeding guitar tones, this Monk is pretty rare indeed, at least when it comes to influences. There’s some early 2000s indie rock here, with all the post-rock trappings that includes, but also touches of hardcore and jazz. 2012 was a big year for the band, performing at SXSW in the summer and completing the Death by Proxy EP in October. After its full-length, titled Sleep/Attack, drops in February, the band might just have gone on to heaven—or, at least, on to a venue that’s not free.  



Where: White Eagle Saloon
Phone: 282-6810
Address: 836 N Russell St.
Website: http://www.mcmenamins.com/index.php?loc=55

 
 

White Eagle Saloon

836 N Russell St.
Portland, OR
 
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