Oh man I love parties that have me anticipating a sweaty dance party. This night is coming out of the basement and into Holocene: World’s Greatest Ghosts, Archers (one of my current faves), and Heartbreak Beat. Plus, your chance to hear Night Moves featuring Jake Morris of the Joggers, Dan Wilson of Scout Niblett/Sigmund Henry, Jay Winebrenner of 31 Knots, and Andy Parker formerly of Dirty Mittens/Guidance Counselor!
In conjunction with the IN(TER)DEPENDENCE exhibition, up now at Portland’s Settlement Galleries, &review is presenting performances by local artists Jeff Guay and Jesse Malmed. In addition to the performances, the galleries will be open with the present exhibition on view. Check it out! JEFF GUAY This Shit Was Over Before We Got Here is a [...]
Google Hot Pot concert #2 (still dont know how I feel about them – still love free shows): See Red Fang, and The Builders and The Butchers aboard the Portland Spirit. That’s right. You on a boat. Free music. RED FANG!
I just want you to read what was already written about this show. Then go:
“If the time you spend at your job compresses your soul to the size of an organic soy bean, your subway ride sucks out the last healthy particle out of your cerebral cortex, and you still think that everything will be alright once you reach that little private box of yours you call home, you’re terribly wrong. Something smells from between the walls.
You probably know Aaron Shepherd as the driving force behind The Artistery these days. Or maybe as a member of Metal, or as one of your favorite DJs Bill Portland? Maybe you’ve bought a record player from him up at Red Fox Vintage? Or been turned on to so much good music through The Biz? We’re flattered that he made us a mixtape and chatted with us a bit about music, The Artistery, and vegan cooking.