A uniquely haunting, psychedelic live record from new Boise friends.
The final live record from one of our favorite bands.
A brilliant live performance from a gifted folk duo.
Dreamy synth-pop from a cooler future.
One of Portland’s most distinctive bands delivers a captivating live performance.
Seattle’s Fox and The Law brings their brand of blistering guitar rock to Portland in this live album at the Banana Stand.
The Woolen Men return to the Banana Stand for a second live album, years after becoming one of our favorite bands.
Spookies are long-time buds with members in a variety of important Portland bands. Don’t miss this record.
Heavier and weirder than local Americana or folk, and with more folk and gospel influences than Portland’s indie-rock offerings, Modern Kin has a sound purely its own.
A modern alt. country record by a team of extremely talented musicians and fronted by Banana Stand’s master of sound, Chris Vita.
Some of the best young talents in Portland account for one of Banana Stand’s best releases.
Initially only available to audiences on Alameda’s European tour, the live record is now available world-wide!
We’re so fucking thrilled to released Gaytheist – Live from the Banana Stand!
A phenomenal live record from a band Willamette Week describes as “A glimpse into what would have happened if the mothership had crash-landed in Nigeria in 1977.”
Brownish Black is your new favorite soul band. But, don’t take our word for it, check out their live record.
An impressive performance from one of the most promising bands in Portland’s power-pop scene.