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We the Wild, She Preaches Mayhem, The Globalist, Divides

KAITIE TODD
8 pm, Thursday September 04 | $7.
Slabtown
1033 NW 16th Ave.
 

[JUNK ROCK] Since its formation in 2011, We the Wild has been developing its own genre, a combination of jazz, punk and rock 'n' roll the band deems “junk rock.” Its latest EP, Of All Things, is a 20-minute expansion of this proposed sound that plays like a calamitous journey into dark and choppy waters, with songs undulating between rough crashes and raspy screams that smooth out just as quickly into clean and flowing guitar riffs. Throughout the album, the quartet sings about battlefields and wastelands, the songs teeming with imagery of destruction and heartbreak, only further supported by screaming gang vocals and a barrage of heavy drums. 



Where: Slabtown
Phone: 223-0099
Address: 1033 NW 16th Ave.
Website: myspace.com/slabtownbar

 
 

Slabtown

1033 NW 16th Ave.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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