Posts tagged ‘Lost Lander’

September 10, 2012

The Best Seattle Concerts This Week [Sept. 10]

Another week, another opportunity to see some awesome bands. For those who are already booked most nights this week, rejoice! Because most of the action is later in the week and into the weekend.

9/14 (Friday) – Hot Chip @ The Paramount Theatre
English electronic pop tunes that will make you want to dance.

9/15 (Saturday) – The Head & The Heart @ The Paramount Theatre
Seattle’s beloved indie-pop quartet is back with their folksy, heartfelt songs.

9/15 (Saturday) – Angus Stone @ The Crocodile
One half of Angus & Julia Stone, branching out and exploring the solo world.

9/16 (Sunday) – Fresh & Onlys @ The Crocodile
Lo-fi indie pop and a brand new album to boot.

9/16 (Sunday) – Lost Lander @ Tractor Tavern
Folksy pop fronted by an honest-to-goodness woodsman.

June 29, 2012

End the Week the Right Way, With Lost Lander and Lemolo at Columbia City Theater

Along with Ships, our first recommendation this week week, Lost Lander is another more recent “discovery” for us. We’d missed the fact that the ocassionally still relevant granddaddy of music pubs Rolling Stone profiled the band for their excellent “Afraid of Summer” this past January.

The band plays an intricate variety of pop-infused rock that fans of acts like Ramona Falls and Menomena should find comfortingly familiar as Lost Lander’s debut sees Breff Knopf of Ramona Falls and Menomena fame in the producer’s chair. The band also features Matt Sheehey along with other musicians who rank up there as some of Portland’s finest.

If you like what you’ve heard so far, be sure to head down to Columbia City to take in the in-person experience for yourself. They are supporting Lemolo’s album release this evening.

6/29 Lemolo / Lost Lander / Kaylee Cole / Slow Skate @ Columbia City Theater :: 9:00 PM :: $10 advance :: 21+

June 25, 2012

The Absolute Best 3 Shows in Seattle This Week [June 25]

As you’ll notice, we kept it lean this week. That being said, every show here has a real chance of ranking up there as one of your favorites of the year! As always, jump over to our calendar for a longer look of recommendations that we update several times a week, sometimes several times a day. Keep your eyes on our homepage for day-of previews.

6/27 (Wednesday) – Ships @ Barboza

“Seattle’s most refined power-pop band”

6/29 (Friday) – Lost Lander @ Columbia City Theater

Intricate pop-infused rock from the guys beyond Menomena and Ramona Falls

6/30 (Saturday) – Tu Fawning @ Sunset Tavern

Our second PDX recommendation of the week brings beautiful, often ambient, occasionally dancey rock to Ballard

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