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Fat White Family – Champagne Holocaust Album Review & Artistic Philosophy Q&A

Fat White Family Champagne Holocaust Trashmouth Records My first listen of Fat White Family’s debut, Champagne Holocaust, left me thinking of notorious criminal Charles Manson. No sense emerged from this until my thoughts turned to the stark contrast, chasm even, between the monstrousness of Manson and the majesty of his music: deranged yet lucid, at...Read...
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Whim: Ducktails & Levek Bring The Indie Rock Relaxation

Whim is a collection of media focused on rock/pop/garage and everything surrounding it. Mellowing things out with recent Domino signee Ducktails and the unpredictably satisfying Levek. SEE: FULL POST + ALL WHIM POSTS + ALL MUSIC COLUMNS   Ducktails It’s still early, but you can now hear a teaser track from Ducktails’ The Flower Lane,...Read...
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Top Pops! Taken By Trees – Other Worlds, Southern Shores – New World Explore Tropical Pop

“Pop music shouldn’t always get a bad rap,” says Top Pops!, a recurring selection of pop music highlights across a selection of styles. Two female-fronted records from Taken By Trees and Southern Shores offer their unique spins on tropical-influenced experimental pop and release their records on the same day (October 2) via Secretly Canadian and...Read...
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Dent May, The Babies Live Show Review

As the unfavorable clouds finally passed over Portland to introduce the splendid few weeks of summer we’re afforded each year, outdoor happenings of every sort become a commodity Portlanders are all too eager to take advantage of. Trips to the river, frisbee sessions at the park, and of course, outdoor music. And there’s no better...Read...
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How To Dress Well Live Show Review

“He’s like an ambient R. Kelly,” describes one girl to her friend. Both are waiting outside of Portland’s Holocene for How To Dress Well, the project of solo musician Tom Krell, to take the stage. As simultaneously flattering and unflattering any comparisons to R. Kelly might be, they are, in this case, not entirely appropriate...Read...
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