Mato Nanji of Indigenous - press photoBluesy, roots-rockers Indigenous featuring guitar sensation Mato Nanji is out on tour cranking it up with their latest electric release titled Vanishing Americans. This spirited band from South Dakota’s Nakota Nation is known for their exciting performances filled with soaring guitar fireworks that mixes the sounds of blues, soul, R&B and even a bit of country, showcasing their deep influences. Mato Nanji’s guitar playing has been compared with greats such as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Carlos Santana and Jimi Hendrix with good reason as he draws inspiration from each. Guitar.com praises Indigenous and Mato Nanji: “The band serves up an extra hefty buffet of fiery hard-rocking blues, and when Mato Nanji cuts loose, you’ll be wondering why all the mainstream guitar magazines have not yet caught on to tout this outstanding player and award him the praise he truly deserves.”

Indigenous will be returning to Portland on Wednesday, June 12th for an 8:00 pm show at Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi Ave. This is a 21 & over only show with mostly standing room and a seated balcony. Tickets are $12.00 advance and $15.00 day of show and can be purchased through www.ticketbiscuit.com.