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Caroline "Cubby" Berk of Portland’s all-girl electro-pop band, Lovers, brought emotional, synth-heavy jams to the indoor stage.

PDX Pop Minders
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Minders frontman Martyn Leaper demonstrated his vocal power pop prowess.

PDX POP Blouse
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The shimmering shoe-gaze inspired pop of BLOUSE constructs a soundtrack of sultry vocals and rippling textures that would be right at home with a vacant, emotionally devoid Bret Easton Ellis novel.

PDX POP Dusu Mali
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Native Malian Ibrahim Kelly, front man of the energetic genre-crossing band Dusu Mali, had the crowd writhing and dancing to the fusion of cross-cultural sounds.

Purple and Green
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Justin Leon Johnson, one half of Portland electro-dance duo Purple & Green, gave a relentlessly effervescent performance including eye catching dance moves and captivating beats.

pdx pop now
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Musee Mecaniques’ Sean Ogilvie douses the sea of wayfarers and tank tops with folk tunes at the sun drenched outdoor stage.
PDX pop now Schaefer
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Portland singer/songwriter Kelly Schaefer delivering emotion filled hollers . Her performance also featured the only shovel used as an instrument at PDX Pop Now.

PDX POP Now Guidance
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Ian Anderson during his last show as Guidance Counselor.

PDX POP Guidance
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Before moving to San Francisco to focus on his new project, Feelings, Ian Anderson gave a farewell performance as Guidance Counselor on Sunday night.

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