Empire Dine and Dance
575 Congress St.
April 12 at 9pm Doors, 9:30pm Show
Tickets are on sale now and are available online at www.portlandempire.com and at Bull Moose Music Locations
$5 advance / $8 day of show / General Admission, 21+.
One of the year’s quirkiest and most charming debut albums in… Fantasy Memorial…, a garage-sale jumble of styles anchored by sinisterly effective pop melodies. – The New York Times
(Dinosaur Feathers) use their voices like instruments, stacking and weaving them into a textured sonic tapestry that drips with 60s nostalgia. – PASTE
Captures the incredibly catchy world sound of Vampire Weekend with the tropical warmth of the Beach Boys. -MAGNET
Dinosaur Feathers delivers skewed yet joyous avant-pop that nods to Animal Collective and Dirty Projectors. – TimeOut NY
Grandchildren’s debut album, Everlasting, feels like a culmination of all that restlessness. A sonic collage of the sentimental and the confrontational- the album is a safe haven for multiple realities- fusing tribal beats, frayed electronics, fireside folk melodies, richly-woven orchestral-pop flourishes and even field recordings from Martray’s journeys across Central America, the Caribbean and Africa.
“We want people to feel the music first, and ask questions later.”
-Frontman Aleks Martray