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Thumbnail for - TBA 2011: Rachid Ouramdane
Jul 24, 2012
review
“The experience of the piece is not coming only from the stage. It needs the participation of the audience. The contract of the piece is based on the capacity I will have the day of the...
Thumbnail for - Dance Discussion: In Site Part I
Jul 24, 2012
dance
Photos provided by Breck Warren. Click for slideshow. For the month of March, Disjecta Gallery (8371 N Interstate) hosts In-Site, an installation by Karl Burkheimer combined...
Thumbnail for - Chuck Palahniuk Remixes His Monsters
Jun 19, 2012
revisiting monstrous beauties
To celebrate the twisted re-release of Invisible Monsters, Palahniuk will read at the Bing Lounge on June 21 (with vodka!)
Thumbnail for - Dandy Warhols: Review & Slide Show
Jun 18, 2012
hot diggity dog
The Home Crowd After blazing a five-week tour trail across the US, Portland’s Dandy Warhols arrived home in top form Saturday to play a high-energy sold-out show at the Doug Fir....
Thumbnail for - Review: Robin Jackson’s Solo Debut ‘Dust Diaries’
Jun 6, 2012
gather your darlings
Record release concert this Friday, June 8 at Secret Society Ballroom with members of the Portland Cello Project, MarchFourth Marching Band, and Vagabond Opera. Y La Bamba frontlady Luz Elena...
Thumbnail for - Review: ‘It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues’
May 29, 2012
far reach of the blues
Portlanders like to pride ourselves on our depression. It really gets us sometime in late January, when it’s been raining for three months straight, we’ve run out of Downton Abbey and Game of...
Thumbnail for - Review: Gossip’s "A Joyful Noise"
May 22, 2012
Dancing Queen
Today, Portland band Gossip (formerly “The” Gossip) releases its fifth studio album, A Joyful Noise, on Columbia Records. To celebrate, the band is streaming their record release concert tonight...
Thumbnail for - Review: Portland Center Stage’s Anna Karenina
Apr 19, 2012
aristocratic woman on the verge
Just as every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way, to quote the opening sentence of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, every theatrical adaptation is unhappy in its own way, too. Not to say that...
Thumbnail for - Portland Cello Project: Two-Night Album Release at Doug Fir
Apr 14, 2012
concert review
Last night was the first in a two-night album release blowout by Portland’s prodigious, genre-defying string ensemble, Portland Cello Project. In fitting with the group’s history of cello-ifying...
Thumbnail for - Radiation City’s Cool Nightmare
Apr 13, 2012
album review
Radiation City excels at elegant dialogues between genres, effortlessly weaving Roland 808 cowbells under classic Latin rhythms, layering shoe-gaze coos over spring-reverbed jangle
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