Walter Salas-Humara/IE

May 31
8 p.m.
Alt-Country, Americana, Electro Pop, Experimental, Singer-Songwriter

The son of Cuban exiles, Walter Salas-Humara founded the rootsy Silos in the 1980s, anticipating alt-country with doses of pop, punk, and avant-garde. His new solo album, Walterio, includes musings about family and existential escape as well as comic takes on love and band life. For this special tour-concluding performance, Salas-Humara, keyboardist Jonathan Rundman, and guitarist Eric Kassel will collaborate with Minneapolis collective IE, which focuses on ambient, minimalism, and drone, conjured by keyboards, guitars, and voices, influenced by the likes of Terry Riley. IE will also open.