Indie Rock

Hit School

The new self-titled tape from Hit School is being released tomorrow via Already Dead Tapes. The noise rock trio, of Ben Fairbank, Ban Bruttig, and Adam Caldwell, formed in early 2015.



ChooChoo, a five-piece fuzz-pop band, has released a new single called "More Matcha Haterade?". This is a follow-up to their 2016 ep, Over Winter.


New Track: "Be Good" - Young Pilgrims

"This song took a lot to happen; I hope you get something out of it." Young Pilgrims lay it all on the line in their latest single, "Be Good". Lost love combined with longing and regret is a theme old as time yet the universal feelings shared continue to inspire. Share it with someone you love(d).


Beat the Heat with a Little Bit of Intimacy

We're not talking about sexual intimacy here, though by all means get freaky. But tonight, a nice relaxing night will hit Bunk Bar with acoustic force. 

Nick Delffs translated his mammoth aptitude for guitar playing and songwriting from his established Shakey Hands project to his work with Tiburones, but more relevantly, in his solo effort Death Songs. His rich vocal quality adds dimension to his production, and also helps keep his "one man on stage" live performances intriguing. Expect this performance to include a mixture of not yet released material as well as favorites from his vast discography.

Leaving his usual post as the frontman of the more heavier rock band And And And, Nathan Baumgartner will be sharing some of the band's past, present and future songs in their original form, as they all begin acoustically during the writing process. Baumgartner's knack for creating songs of emotional turmoil will only be showcased more when backed by the personal playing of them on an acoustic guitar.

Joining Delffs and Baumgartner will be Christopher Francis and his soul-infused folk, swaddled by his crooning, husky voice. You might recognize him from playing with the Portland Cello Project, but you'll definitely remember him for his solo efforts.

Tickets to tonight's show are only $5, with music starting at 9 pm.  


Fences drop new EP Sept 9 + land Rockwood Hall Residency in October

Fences, aka Brooklyn based (via Seattle) songwriter Chris Mansfield, paints lush musical dreamscapes that still seem to be earnest and intimate in feel. In their latest single, "Pale Paper", Fences weave layered, upbeat instrumentals against Mansfield's melodic vocals and poignant lyricism. The result is an emotional and uplifting pop song that exudes honesty. Fences will be releasing their new 6 track EP To the Tall Trembling Trees on Sept 9th, check out preview single Pale Paper below. You'll be able to catch them live at Rockwood Music Hall during their October residency on the 3rd, 10th and 20th. - Olivia Sisinni