1. Buy advance tickets to our November 20th show at Mississippi Studios and The Banana Stand will give you a free CD copy of our live EP the night of the show!

    $10 adv
    http://bit.ly/MK112014

     


  2. Tickets are now available for our string of shows next month in Portland, Seattle, and Everett!

    Following a busy festival summer, and fresh off of a US tour this September and October, Modern Kin is closing out the year with a few headlining shows in the NW. This promises to be a special weekend of music - we hope you’ll join us as we stretch out a little and weave some new songs in between the album tracks you already know.

    Shows are best with friends…

    11/20: XRAY.fm Presents Modern Kin @ Mississippi Studios
    Doors @ 8pm | w/ The Ghost Ease & Kithkin
    Invite on Facebook

    11/21: KEXP Presents Modern Kin @ Columbia City Theater
    Doors @ 8pm | w/ Kithkin & Maiah Manser
    Invite on Facebook

    11/22: Everett Music Initiative Presents Modern Kin @ The Cannery
    Doors @ 8pm | w/ Gunpowder Stitches
    Invite on Facebook

     

  3. (photo credit: Tyler Kalberg)

    We are headed into the last leg of our tour this weekend after spending the last few weeks in the midwest playing shows, seeing sights, and meeting some new friends. We hope to see you this weekend Los Angeles, San Francisco, Redding and Eugene! (dates at http://modern-kin.com/live)

    In other news, we’re happy to announce that we will playing a few songs next Thursday (10/16) on Live Wire Radio. More info and tickets are available at livewireradio.org.

    Tickets are now available for our string of shows next month in Portland, Seattle, and Everett!

     

  4. "The Comfort Feel" Live From The Banana Stand

     
     

  5. Last week we unveiled a video for “Big Enough To Cook” from our upcoming release “Live From the Banana Stand” and today we are happy to bring you video #2, “Unannounced.”

    The full live album will release next Tuesday, September 16th, anywhere you buy music. Our tour east starts the 17th - check out the dates here!

     
     

  6. We are happy to release a video of the first track, “Big Enough To Cook” off of our live record titled Modern Kin: Live From the Banana Stand. The album will release September 16th - the day before we start our tour east!

    In April of this year, we recorded a show in the Portland basement studio with a handful of people in attendance.

    You can find more info on the record, download the track, watch the video, or buy a physical copy of the album here [via Banana Stand]

    We hope to see you on the road!

     
     


  7. We are excited to announce the first leg of our tour out east starting this September! More dates to be announced in the coming weeks. If you live in or around these cities, we hope to see you (and if you know anyone who might like MK let them know - it’s our first time out!) Here’s what’s next:

    August 30 : Bumbershoot Pavilion Stage
    Seattle, WA : 12:30pm : TICKETS

    September 5 : Mace Mead Works
    Dayton, WA : 8pm : TICKETS

    September 6 : Bartfest @ NYNE Bar
    Spokane, WA : 7:15pm : TICKETS

    September 17 : Flying M Coffee Garage
    Nampa, ID : 8pm

    September 18 : Crazy Horse
    Boise, ID : 8pm : TICKETS

    September 19 : Kilby Court
    Salt Lake City, UT : 7pm : TICKETS

    September 22 : Lost Lake Lounge
    Denver, CO : 9pm : : TICKETS

    September 23 : Vega
    Lincoln, NE : 9pm : TICKETS

    September 24 : Gabe’s
    Iowa City, IA : 9pm

    September 25 : Vaudeville Mews
    Des Moines, IA : 9pm

    September 27 : The Pygmalion Festival Highdive Stage
    Urbana-Champaign, IL : 2:45pm : TICKETS

     


  8. We are happy to announce that we will be playing The Pygmalion Festival in Urbana, IL this September 25-28!

    Click this rectangle for a link to tickets! We can’t wait to see you out east!

     

  9. "Portland trio Modern Kin is still a new band, playing their first shows barely a year ago, and landing a spot on Willamette Week‘s Best New Band poll last month. But the band’s members — guitarist and singer Drew Grow, bassist Kris Doty, and drummer Jeremiah Hayden — had played together since 2007 in Drew Grow & The Pastors Wives before deciding to start a new group with a new sound. In this new incarnation, Modern Kin plays with a primal rattle and shake that makes it hard to take your eyes off them. They headlined our Stagepass concert in May at Mississippi Studios." - OPB Music

     
     


  10. We’re happy to announce that we will be playing the first annual Bartfest in Spokane, WA September 6th w/ Bear in Heaven & Desert Noises! Tickets & details TBA