I first heard of Team Dresch seven years ago through a friend's recommendation. Now, you have Wikipedia and MySpace pages and it seems like it's so much easier to find out about bands like yours. How has this accessibility affected you?
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Who were your role models when you started playing music?
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crushing
Bleyle:
You've referred to your music as social work. Why use music to reach a female or queer audience? Why not become a social worker or get involved in a more traditional way?
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When was last time you remember feeling uncomfortable being queer in Portland?
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The band has experience line-up changes over the years, from rotating drummers to members leaving the band altogether. How do feel it's affected your performance?
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Your MySpace page says you're working on a new album. Is that true?
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Are you going self-release this album, like you did Personal Best and Captain, My Captain?
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Team Dresch plays the Siren Nation Festival Friday, Nov. 2, at the Wonder Ballroom. 11:45 pm. $25. All ages. Visit sirennation.org for a full schedule of events.
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