1. Ty Segall w/ Audacity
Where: East End
How Much: $11 (21+)
When: Thursday, July 28th – 9pm
Why: There must be something in the Bay area’s water, and at this rate there won’t be any left if we keep seeing this kind of talent emerging. This man is a music-making machine! On the heels of his fourth album, Goodbye Bread, there’s only one thing he does more than record—tour. Make sure to grab your ticket right-this-minute because this show will sell out!
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Cults rolled through Portland on Saturday night to play for a packed house at Mississippi Studios. The indie-pop sensation has enjoyed exponential growth of their fan base. Two months ago, they played for thirty people at the same venue. Although they were…
1. PDX Pop Now!
Where: Refuge PDX (116 SE Yamhill St)
How Much: FREE!
When: Friday, July 22nd – Sunday, July 24th
Why: Free! All ages! Delicious foodcarts: Koi Fusion, Violetta, The Dog House, Townshend Tea, Fifty Licks Ice Cream, and Sizzle Pie. Oh yeah, and I guess a few bands are playing? One hell of a line-up featuring: And And And, Archers, Blood Beach, Blouse, Guidance Counselor, Karen, Purple & Green, Radiation City, The Reservations, Weinland, the Woolen Men, and more! Kicking off at 6pm on Friday, grab some friends and get your butts there!
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1. Into The Woods Quarterly
How Much: $5
When: Thursday, July 14th – 8:30pm
Why: Portland’s favorite music media documentary crew brings us The Quarterly featuring Feelings (formerly Guidance Counselor), The Reservations, Pigeons, Radiation City, and new videos by Comedy is OK. It’s a sneak peak at what’s been buzzing in our ears and what’s to come. Don’t miss out!
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1. Soft Tags CD Release w/ Massive Moth & The Reservations
Where: Doug Fir
How Much: $8 (+21)
When: Wednesday, July 6th – 9pm
Why: This is the release show for the highly anticipated third full-length record, Suit of Lights. The lo-fi folk/psych group is truly a DIY collective–recording, mixing, and manufacturing their own work using mostly analog gear. Their recent EP, Seafoam Green, ran them a whopping $1.72. Get there early to catch friends Massive Moth and The Reservations!
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Issue 1.2 hits the streets today. July’s ‘hood of the month is Mississippi. Be sure to grab a copy at a participating location near you!