The solo project of Portland’s Honey Owens — who plays with bands including Jackie O Motherfucker and Nudge — Valet targets droning soundscapes dominated by Owens’ vocals and guitars. She documented the tunes that define Valet’s debut recording, Blood Is usually Clean, from January to May of 2006. Explaining her strategy as “channeling noises from an unfamiliar place,” a lot of the tunes were recorded in a single take, augmented with a few extra songs. Blood Is usually Clean was originally released by Yarnlazer, a CD-R label work by Owens and White colored Rainbow’s Adam Forkner (with whom Owens information with as Globe). Kranky reissued the record in springtime 2007. The aptly called Naked Acid came the following season. After 2009’s False Encounter Culture EP, Owens got a rest from Valet to spotlight Miracles Membership, the psychedelic dance task she founded with Rafael Fauria. She and Fauria also began a family group, and it wasn’t until 2014 that she started recording Valet tracks with Fauria and multi-instrumentalist Tag Burden. The outcomes were 2015’s Character, which discovered Owens reflecting for the adjustments in her lifestyle with a couple of psychedelic folk-pop tracks.