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Source Suggests 7/29-8/5

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Tony Smiley, Keez

Bend favorite Tony Smiley brings his one man band to the Volcanic Theatre Pub for an evening of electric melodies. As a multi-talented one-man band, Smiley has earned the distinction of a loop ninja, putting other one-man bands to shame, and earning him a cult-like following. Smiley blends rock, hip-hop, tribal fusion, Mongolian throat singing, and beatboxing to create a sound all his own. Prepare for a dance party that's worth more than the price of admission. 9 pm. Friday, July 31. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $5/adv, $7/door.

Tony Furtado, Stephanie Schneiderman

Portland-based singer-songwriters Tony Furtado and Stephanie Schneiderman bring their individual musical talents to Bend. Schneiderman opens the evening with her beautiful vocals, which contribute to the electronic pop with folk roots in an amazing way. Furtado headlines with his refined Americana sound. Furtado is known for being engaging onstage and off, as well as one hell of a banjo and slide guitar player. With the occasional cut of indie rock infused with his rootsy Americana sound, Furtado has a universal appeal. 9 pm. Saturday, Aug 1. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $12/adv, $15/door.

Haunted Summer, Foxtails Brigade, Isles

The sultry electronic textures blended with the dreamy, mesmerizing vocals create an enchanting sound that begs to be swayed to. Sometimes haunting, but always smooth, Haunted Summer's brand of experimental dream pop makes you feel feelings in a beautiful way. Joined by San Francisco-based band Foxtails Brigade and Bend's very own Isles make this show a great bet for Sunday night entertainment. Foxtail Brigade's orchestral sound has drawn comparisons to St. Vincent and The Smiths. 8 pm. Sunday, Aug 2. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $7/adv, $10/door.

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