Cedar Teeth is a five-piece band hailing from the Cascade foothills of Colton, Oregon. For over five years, the fellas have been working together in a shed at the edge of an ancient forest, crafting a sound that blends rough and rusty rock’n’roll with lyrical American roots. In Fall 2013 the band went to work with world-renowned producer Billy Oskay at his Big Red Studio on their debut album, “Hoot”. The album’s ten original songs reflect the experiences and sentiments of living on the frontier dividing the wilderness and the city.
The Trees hail from Missoula, Montana, where the quartet met at the University of Montana. After two years of playing packed house shows, bike co-op fundraisers, band battles, and bar venues, they produced their first album, Heartsleeves at Voodoo Studios in Boulder, MT in May of 2013.
The Trees took a pause in action for nearly a year while the boys went their separate ways after college. After realizing the real world wasn’t nearly as much fun without playing rock shows, the band decided to move to Portland, OR together to pick up where they left off.
Currently, three out of the four share a house in SE Portland where they are working on their second album and annoy their neighbors by developing new music on a very regular basis.