Novacane, Dream Wulf, Spiller, Modern Sons

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Thursday, October 3, 2019 - 8:00pm
Event Time: 
$8 Advance; $8 at the Door

On Thursday, October 3, the Community Center for the Performing Arts hosts a Northwest Showcase at the WOW Hall featuring Novacane, Dream Wulf, Spiller and Modern Sons.

Based out of Portland, Dream Wulf is a blend of alternative, stoner, dream and bloom gloom rock and roll music. The band finished recording and is on the verge of releasing a double EP release.  The record will contain remixed and re-mastered classics from their demo release in 2017 and four new songs. They are also writing a concept album, there is no release date currently set.

Dream Wulf is unsigned, as the founding members and visionaries -- John Villadelgado and Jessica Bahl -- enjoy pursuing their dream in their own way.  They are joined by Glenn Walters on drums and Killa on bass.

Dream Wulf’s sound is fiercely psychedelic. Powerful female vocals, melting guitar riffs, intricate time signatures and captivating dark undertones leave you guessing in wonder.  They create a riff- that flirts between the push and pull of light and dark energy, creating the constant synergy of a positive message with a dark delivery. Magnetically charged, their live performances are captivating and dreamy, radiating a unified intensity that lives up to their pack name.

A finalist from the WOW Hall’s Eugene LIVE! series, headliner Novacane consists of guitarist/vocalist Dylan Latimer, bassist Oliver Lester and drummer Zachary Clifton.  Beginning their musical endeavors at the socially awkward age of 15, Novacane has spent the better half of the last decade meticulously crafting their own brand of self-titled "Psych Pop".  Combining a sonic array of psychedelic soundscapes and kinetic live performances, Novacane has found themselves at the peak of a blossoming young music scene.

Novacane celebrated the release of their second EP, Comfort Food, in August.

Eugene’s own Spiller is celebrating the release of a new EP, Plant House.  It’s out now and is available on all music sites.

From Bozeman, Montana, Modern Sons is rooted in garage rock – but their music is not based in a particular style, but in the expression of experience and the song itself.  The Modern Sons effectively use textural changes of dynamics to step into another sub genre of rock they coined “Psychedelic Post-Punk”.

Tickets are just $8 in advance or $8 at the door.  Doors open at 8:00 pm and showtime is 8:30.