Megafauna – Tickets – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR – June 2nd, 2019


"Like St. Vincent for people who like the Melvins." —Consequence of Sound


Autonomics, Deathlist

Sun, June 2, 2019

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10 ADV / $12 DOS

This event is 21 and over

Mostly Standing / Limited Balcony Seating

Megafauna will melt your face and make you tear up inside and scream YES. There will be shredding.

​ Dani Neff - vocals and guitar
Zack Humphrey - drums
Will Krause- bass
Winston Barrett- guitar and keys

Where have all the riffs gone in indie rock? Why is everyone slathering twinkly synths on everything? Maybe it's because Austin's Megafauna have stolen all the gnarly riffs in the world and slammed them together with singer/guitarist Dani Neff's off-kilter vocals, delivered together with a raw punk energy to create 3 minutes of taut, muscular, yet zingly melodic rock.

Frontwoman Dani Neff’s guitar playing is both impressive
from a technical angle and conducive to getting the body
moving—the perfect mix of brainy and brawny.

Their latest single, “Time to Go”, blends arena-sized guitar
riffs and flourishing pop melodies. Neff indulges in shoegaze
fuzz, while bassist Greg Yancey and drummer Zack Humphrey
build a thudding, low-end groove ready to shatter your car windows.

Powerhouse. Shredder. Ax-grinding. Face-melting. Heaviosity.
The descriptive praise aimed at Megafauna guitarist Dani Neff
is piling up in both the Austin music scene and beyond.

Is Dani Neff the next Annie Clark? ... On the heels of 2012's Surreal Estate and last year's Maximalist, the new record builds on the band's balanced foundation: impressively complex yet melodically infectious.

Megafauna sounds like a prog band, though Neff's knack for finding pop hooks is golden.

In a town of guitar wizards, Dani Neff is the philosopher's stone.

Easily one of the best rock bands on the scene right now

Dani Neff and Megafauna fucking shred.

Best Austin Musicians, Electric Guitar: Dani Neff (Megafauna)
Portland, Oregon
"Deathlist is the solo recording project of Summer Cannibals bassist Jenny Logan. [Her] self-titled debut [is] six tracks of frenzied punk rock that riff wildly until they're caught in a buzzy entanglement of guitar-driven chaos. Standout track "Every Wish" plays like a slow-dance duet sung by these hyperactive electric guitar parts and Logan, who asks in a subdued tone, 'How do you know it ends tonight?'"
-Portland Mercury