May 9th, 2012 | by CASEY JARMAN Music | Posted In: News

The Best New Band Ballots, 2012

     
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Hi there. Every year, in an attempt at full transparency, we list the votes of everyone who was counted in WW's annual Best New Band poll. What follows is that list of voters names, titles and the bands or artists that they casted votes for. Occasionally one is listed as "anonymous"—we offer folks that option. 

As I say every year, this may be a little imperfect as a result of organizing and formatting 200 emails, and we occasionally have to make some judgement calls (this year we awarded MC Tope the votes from his group TxE, though Tope would have made the list either way), and there are a few notes here explaining some of those decisions. If you voted in the poll and don't see your name here, don't panic—but do contact me [cjarman /at/ wweek dot com] and let me know. Chances are I made a cut and paste error. Similarly, if anyone sees the same name twice, holla and I'll try to fix it up.

After the ballots and the full, official letter that we send out to voters, you'll find a list of names. It's every band that received a vote in this year's poll. I LOVE googling random names from that list. Give it a shot.

Thanks for your interest in the wonkiest part of this poll. It takes a lot of work to put it together, but I think that the attention it shines on the Portland music scene is well worth it. Hope you agree. [And if you believe you should be a voter in next year's poll, email me at the address above.]

THE BALLOTS!

Alex Lewis, BadlandsPDX

1. The Woolen Men
2. Like A Villain 
3. Log Across the Washer
4. Youth
5. U Sco


Robert Ham
Freelance writer for Willamette Week, The Oregonian, Portland Monthly, Alternative Press, and self-titled.

Wizard Rifle
Stay Calm
Eight Bells
Natasha Kmeto
Tunnels


SP Clarke

1. The Glue Horses
2. Radiation City
3. Wilkinson Blades
4. Sam Cauthorne


Vice Device, Swahili, Litanic Mask, Toning, $KULL$

Manny Reyes, member of Brain Crush, Boyfriends & Atole; curator of SuperFest! & SuperFresh!- Portland's All-Ages & all-local electronic music fests.


Hovercraft Records
Tim & Mark Janchar

1. The Memories
2. Guantanamo Baywatch
3. Youth Bitch


Daniel Eichler, Mississippi Pizza

These are ranked in order.

Thanks for including me!

1. Jobo Shakins http://www.joboshakins.com/?page_id=55
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmgusrkdwaI&feature=relmfu

2. Laura Ivancie: http://www.reverbnation.com/lauraivancie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esbZA-KBvcI 

3. Brownish Black: http://brownishblack.bandcamp.com

4. Ruby Pines: http://www.reverbnation.com/therubypines 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuzTackVsYw, 

5. Christopher Worth: http://worth-music.com/fr_news.cfm
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzJH3mnCW2o&feature=related


Terry Currier, Music Millennium

1) Wild Flag
2) Beyond Veronica
3) Alialujah Choir
4) Angry Orts
5) Emily Wells.


1.  EMA
2.  Unknown Mortal Orchestra
3.  Blouse
4.  Grandparents
5.  1939 Ensemble

Honorable mention:  Animal Eyes, Radiation City, Hausu, Fanno Creek
Matt King - Talent Buyer 


Anonymous

like a villain
lilacs and champagne
grapefruit
hookers
golden retriever


John Isaacson, Feedback Zine

Too late?  Whoops!
Top Five NEW bands PDX 2012

Atrocity Exhibition
Trauma
Night Nurse
Heavy Voodoo
Terokal


Casey Jarman, Music Ed., WW

Radiation City
Mean Jeans
TxE
Onuinu
Your Rival


Nicholas Johnson
PDX Pop Now! 2012, Artistic Director

In no particular order:
Onuinu
Mean Jeans
Guantanomo Baywatch
Pyschic Feline
Litanic Mask

Thanks!
Nick


1. Tope
2. Drew Grow and the Pastors Wives
- Kelli Schaefer, Portland musician


Evan Neuhausen, Music in the Schools President

Your Rival
Sloths
Radiation City
Profcal


Here are the choices from Banana Stand Media for WWeek's Best New Band 2012:

1. The No Tomorrow Boys
2. Sons of Huns
3. Youth 
4. The We Shared Milk
5. Grandparents


Anonymous

1. Onuinu
2. Grandparents
3. Pure Bathing Culture
4. Radiation City
5. Suicide Notes


Kyle Terminill Steckley
Producer/Engineer at Flatline Studios

Shadows on Stars
Cassow
Serge Severe
Quiz Zilla
Jon Belz


Benna Gottfried, PDX Pop Now!
1. Onuinu
2. Mean Jeans
3. Radiation City
4. Dusu Mali Band
5. Brooke Parrott


Ben Hubbird
Digital Promotions at CD Baby

1) Port St. Willow
2) Girlfriends
3) Lost Lander
4) The World Radiant
5) Meyercord


december carson, siren music company

1. The What Hearts
2. Sara Jackson-Holman
3. Calico Rose
4. Megan Spear
5. Reeb Willms


to Best 
Eric Jensen - local musician - Pellet Gun, SANS, Tractor Operator

I vote for Old Kingdom. They're a great band.


1 -- Lost Lander
2 -- Radiation City
3 -- Yours
4 -- YACHT (How are they not on the list?!)
5 -- Blouse

And another bonus "how are they not on the list?" if you'll give it to me: Portland Cello Project

Chris Young | Managing Editor | oregonmusicnews.com


Anthony McNamer

1. Priory
2. Sara Jackson Holman
3. Tope
4. Radiation City
5. Chicharones


1. DJ Nathan Detroit
2. Erotic City
3. Dangerous Boys Club
4. Vice Device
5. Leroy Jerome

Coco Madrid - CEO/VIP of SNAP! 90s Dance party and Booty Bassment


jennifer daunt 

Dadz


Matt Brown, Bladen County Records/Bunk Bar
1       Onuinu
2       Pwrhaus
3       Nucular Aminals
4       Archers
5       Woolen Men



CHRIS STAMM, WW FREELANCER
Arctic Flowers
Atriarch
Batmen
Company
GrandFather


matthew Slessler, Pabst 
  1 band and 1 band only, blew my mind enough this year to where I cannot stop playing the 7 inch, I think they are tight as shit live, and I also think it will be only a matter of time. 
  all of my points to...
 
DIVERS!


corrina repp, tu fawning
1. Pure Bathing Culture
2. Litanic Mask
3. Radiation City
xo


Klyph Stanford aka "DJ Klyph"
Host of "Welcome to the Neighborhood" on 107.1FM Portland KZME

Best "New" Artist

Chill Crew
Roane Numah
Theory Hazit
Serge Severe
DaiN

Blessings!


Sunfoot
The Woolen Men
Toning
Youth
Diamond Catalog

-Adam Zeek


BRAINSTORM's picks for Best New Band:

1. Hausu
2. Sun Angle
3. Archers
4. Houndstooth
5. Onuinu


Doug, Slabtown 

Number 1: Steelhymen
Number 2: Needful Longings
Number 3: Bloodtypes
Number 4: The Cry!
Number 5: Flight 19


Matthew McLean, Doug Fir

In no particular order

Radiation City
Lost Lander
Pure Bathing Culture
Onuinu
Alialujah Choir

Thanks!
matthew


curator of Oregon Rocks exhibit at OHS
co-producer of Let It Rain tribute cd with PDX POP NOW!


1. Muscle Beach
2. Ancient Heat


Haytham Abdulhadi, Roseland Theater
Larry and hid flask all the way. Thanks


Leigh Feldman

to Best 
love loungers, jujuba, doc adam, philly's phunkestra, commotion - spread evenly


Kenny Fresh

1. TxE
2. devonwho
3. Doc Adam
4. Onuinu
5. Youth


Nathan Walker
Publicist at Riot Act Media

1. Raymond Byron & the White Freighter
2. Pure Bathing Culture
3. Grandparents
4. Duover
5. What Hearts
NATHAN WALKER
RIOT ACT MEDIA


1. Tango Alpha Tango
2. The Lovesores
3. White Orange
4. Ninja
5. The Reservations

Love, 

Peter Vaughan Shaver, Esq.
 
SOUND ADVICE, LLC - Arts, Entertainment and Creative Business Law


Michael Gram Mannheimer
Former WW Assistant Music Editor/That Guy That Moved to Brooklyn Like Everyone Else

IN NO ORDER:

Neal Morgan — In the Yard is one of my favorite albums of the year from ANY CITY. One of the friendliest dudes is finally getting the attention he deserves and, in my dreams, appears on the cover of WW buried in a sea of drums. 

Mean Jeans — Not "new," but who gives a fuck? Most fun band in Portland for, shit, the last four years? New album makes me pogo all over NYC. 

ARCHERS — Should have made the list last year. The best marriage of dirty garage fury and experimental rock in town. 

Illmaculate — He still hasn't made the list? Is this a joke? Again this should have happened years ago but this rules are easy to bend and "Under Their Radar, Over Their Heads" is the best PDX hip-hop single I've heard in eons. 

Litanic Mask — Nick got me into this band and it's a nice PDX version of Zola Jesus/Purity Ring experimental goth vibe. Haven't seen a show, but I hear good things. 


Randy Bemrose- Greenhouse owner, member of Radiation City, Queen Bitch.

1- The Tomorrow People :from soul ballad to Sabbath banger, a power trio with eclectic taste and chops for days
2- Pure Bathing Culture :subtle, stylized, SINGERS
3- Death Songs :the return of Nick Dellfs
4- Sun Angle :best stage banter in the biz
5- Youth :the Valentines Day cover set was awesome enough to make the list, fortunately they write good original songs too.


honorable mention: Deer or the Doe, Adventures With Might!, Onuinu, Lost Lander, Blouse, Pegasus Dream, WIZARD


Couldn't decide on 5, or just 1...so I went with equal points for 3 kick ass new bands:

Pure Bathing Culture
Divers 
Radiation City

Annalise Jensen
Director of Underground Ops

Doug Fir Lounge


Pure Bathing Culture
Support Force
Death Songs
Onuinu
Pegasus Dream

Cameron Spies - Co-founder of Apes Tapes


Plan B Show Booking 

to Best 
Bison Bison
Sons of Huns
Druden
Lord Dying
Ephemeros



1. TxE
2. devonwho
3. Doc Adam
4. Onuinu
5. Youth

KNNY FRSH - Founder, FRESHselects.net



Ryan Feigh - Freelance Writer

1) Luck-One
2) Tope
3) Serge Severe
4) Cassow
5) Jon Belz


1.Drew Grow & The Pasters' Wives
2.Reva Devito
3.Natasha Kmeto
4.Blouse
5.Radiation City

Anthony Anderson/TOPE


No. 1 = Tope
No. 2 = 1939 Ensemble
No. 3 = Art of Ballistics
No. 4 = Lost Lander
No. 5 = Cat Nap

Jeremiah Hayden
Owner at Amigo Amiga Recordings
Drummer at Drew Grow & the Pastors' Wives
Drummer at Kelli Schaefer
Idiot at Life

(Full disclosure: First, I put Tope's record out this year on my label. Secondly, I put Tope's record out this year on my label because I am a fan of the music he made throughout the last year)


Thanks for including yours truly again here.  Below are my votes.  Always against the grain me thinks, but I wouldn't have it any other way...

Michael Fitzgerald's list... inspired by and brought to you by colors and animals.


1) Bison Bison
2) Black Prairie
3) Black Pussy
4) Hawkeye
5) White Orange


The Draped
Mars Water
We Buy Diomond$

There you go dudes. Make sure one of them wins.

Cory Burnsed
Boymeetsmusic.com


Thanks for asking us! This is too hard though. Between the two of us, we couldn't get it to less than 8 bands.

Name: Garth Klippert, Charlie Hester
Title: Old Light

In no order:
 
Houndstooth, Pure Bathing Culture,1939 Ensemble, Matter, Avians Alight [The following three didn’t count. -Ed.] Aerial Ruin, Free Weed, What Hearts


Jimmy Armstrong-Bassist in 48 Thrills/Booking at Katie O'Briens

No. 1-Nasalrod
No. 2-Suicide Notes
No. 3-Bonneville Power
No. 4-Avi Dei
No. 5-Pageripper


Thanks for hitting me up!

1. Natasha Kmeto
2. Ryan Organ
3. Danny Corn
4. BoneS
5. Citymouth

Aaron Meola
Dropping Gems label manager / promoter


Matthew Thomas Ross
Filmmaker / Music Video Director

1. Sons of Huns
2. Youth
3. A Volcano
4. My Body
5. Radiation City

Matthew Thomas Ross
Neighborhoodfilms.net


My top 5 Portland bands of the year (in no particular order).

Shadows on Stars
The Shook Twins
Tango Alpha Tango
Brownish Black
Parson Red Heads

Thanks for including me!
Alex Wideman
McMenamins Corporate Music Booker
Booker for the White Eagle,  Al's Den, Boon's Treasury, Wilsonville Pub, Spar Cafe


Keri McNicholas
Blake Mackey
The Ocean Floor
Like a Villain
On The Stairs

Jeremy Lee Faulkner
Final Dorm / Ah Holly Fam'ly


Rob Jones, jealousbutcher.com 

Stay Calm
Alialujah Choir
Golden Bears
1939 Ensemble
Rebecca Gates & The Consortium


Brianne Mees
Tender Loving Empire, co-founder [NOTE: I accidentally invited to many TLE-ers to vote, so I cut Andrew and Brianne’s vote totals in half. My bad. -Ed.]

1. Radiation City
2. Adventures With Might
3. Onuinu
4. Death Songs
5. Adventure Galley



Jared Mees, Jared Mees and the Grown Children
I wish I had 10 votes

1. Radiation City
2. Onuinu
3. Youth
4. Adventures with Might
5. Lost Lander


Curtis Knapp, Marriage Records

1. Unkle Funkle
2.  The Memories


to Best 
Andrew Sloan, Minister of Creative Content - Tender Loving Empire [NOTE: I accidentally assigned too many votes to TLE-ers, so I cut Andrew and Brianne’s vote totals in half. My bad. -Ed.]

1. Radiation City (duh)
2. Onuinu
3. Jeffrey Jerusalem
4. Pegasus Dream
5. Adventures! with Might


Ryan Dobrowski, Blind Pilot

1. Lost Lander
2. John Heart Jackie
3. What Hearts
4.  Aliallujah Choir
5. Brothers Young

Thanks


HI THERE: Here's my entry!

1. Pure Bathing Culture
2.  DJ Mattressland (Ashod Simonian)

THANK YOU!

JOAN HILLER
OWNER, PUBLICIST
RIOT ACT MEDIA

-

Jesse Studenberg, PDX Pop Comp Coordinator

1) Radiation City
2) Hollywood Tans
3) Sun Angle
4) Archers
5) Lynnae Gryffin


Al James, Dolorean

1. Pure Bathing Culture
2. The Parson Red Heads
3. Blouse 
4. Denver
5. Quiet Life


John Vecchiarelli 

St. Even
Barry Brouseau
Huck Notari


Aaron Beam 

Hello! My votes for Best New Band are as follows. I would have gotten this in by April 4, but I have been on tour in Europe, and was not around WiFi for awhile. anyway, hopefully they can still be considered.
thanks,
aaron

1 - Hungry Ghost
2 - Lord Dying
3 - Sons of Huns
4 - Corin Tucker Band


Jason Simms 

You know, I decided I want to rank these. So here you go:

1. Radiation City
2. Youth
3. Eight Bells
4. Spellcaster
5. The Vandies


Chris Bigalke, Showdeer Presents

Radiation City
Still Caves
Youth
Log Across The Washer
SurfsDrugs


Sallie Ford & the sound outside votes, in no particular order (equal points)

Sons of huns
The boo jays
Guantanamo baywatch
Pure bathing culture
Pancake breakfast

Thanks!

Sincerely Sallie B. Ford


Hi Casey!  Hope you're well!  Good luck with all the math.

Laura Gibson - Music-Maker/Song-Singer

Radiation City
Goodnight Billygoat
Denver
Quiet Life
Lost Lander



From Gus Elg, mastering engineer @ Sky Onion, in no particular order:

Ioa
Hip Hatchet
Ninja Turtle Ninja Tiger
Pigeons
Animal Eyes


justin stimson

Looking forward to this year's issue. So here are my picks for this year in no particular order:

Muscle Beach
The Hand that Bleeds
Wolf in the Dreamcatcher
Flesh Lawn
T.O.A.S.T.

Thanks for including me once again in this survey!



mark stock, WW

1. Lost Lander
2. Ben Darwish
3. Dana Buoy
4. Radiation City
5. The Memories


1. Radiation City
2. Youthbitch
3. Onuinu
4. Blouse  
5. Unkle Funkle


Cool! Thanks for including me, Casey. That was tough, but fun! 

Amanda Clem
YU Contemporary, Communications/ Local Music FAN


Tom D'Antoni 

The Oracular Concern
Commotion
Rachael Rice
Tom D'Antoni | Editor In-Chief | oregonmusicnews.com
Listen to my KMHD radio show Wednesdays 1-4pmPT 89.1 fm and streaming at www.kmhd.org.


Cubby Berk, Lovers

Timmy Straw
La Pump
Wild Flag
Lavender Mirror
STLS


Nilina Mason-Campbell, Freelance writer/photographer (Willamette Week, Pitchfork, Gawker, etc.)

1. Swahili
2. Animal Eyes
3. My Body
4. Pure Bathing Culture
5. Lost Lander


PJ Portlock 
Apr 10

to bestnewband 
1) Natasha Kmeto
2) graintable
3) Johnny Bueno
4) Stewart Villain
5) Trox Diesel



Art Santana, Ground Kontrol

1. Mean Jeans
2. Corin Tucker Band
3. Welsh Bowmen


Here's my five:

Water tower (formerly water tower bucket boys)
The Upsidedown
Quick & Easy Boys
Radiation City
Boy Eats Drum Machine

Thanks!
full name: Rachelle Schmid
music community role: DJ Rachelle at KPSU Portland, host of That Live Show and Anti-Apathy featuring local Portland bands every Monday night.
  

Stuart Wainstock:
Animal Eyes
The We Shared Milk
Charts
Fanno Creek
Tope

Barry Wainstock:
Charts
Animal Eyes
The We Shared Milk
Grandparents
Radiation City

Thanks for including us in the process!  Looking forward to the announcement.  

Cheers-

Stuart Wainstock
Photographer/Writer
http://www.rosecitylive.com


MATTHEW SINGER, Willamette Week freelancer

(No order)

Blouse
The We Shared Milk
Suicide Notes
Dusu Mali
Stay Calm


1. Battleme
2. Mimicking Birds
3. Tope

Matt Manza, MFNW


Hey guys, sorry for the late response. I originally did not see a date in there and didn't realize there was an additional message below it! If its not too late, here are the votes from Nurses, all with equal weight:

A) Onuinu
B) Houndstooth
C) Pure Bathing Culture
D) Jeffrey Jerusalem
E) Breakfast Mountain


Stephanie Ryan, Miss Studios Publicity, Etc.

1. Pure Bathing Culture
2. 1939 Ensemble (pretty sure I voted for them last year, but vote
again for them I will)
3. PWR HAUS
4. Houndstooth


> My name: Brooklyn Baggett
> My role in the music community: Owner of Octopus Entertainment; booking
> agent, band manager, event production, and show promoter.
>
> My top 5:
> 1) Rags & Ribbons
> 2) Tango Alpha Tango
> 3) Ramona Falls
> 4) No Kind of Rider
> 5) Violet Isle


Cary Watts
Local manager, photographer and organizer.

Operation Mission
The We Shared Milk
Sons of Huns
Fanno Creek
Grandparents


Shawn Glassford, Starfucker

1. Unknown Mortal Orchestra
2.  Radiation City
3. The Crow


From Elliot and Nicholas, Soul’d Out Fest

1) Reva Devito 
2) Soulmates
3) Manimal House 


Shelley Bowers, booker of Valentines.

1. Pure Bathing Culture
2. Lost Lander
3. Yours
4. Ezza Rose
5. Ryan Francesconi


Transient
Norska
Gaythiest
Usnea
Nasalrod


TITLE: Label Relations etc.; CD Baby

Thanks!

- Lindsey Collins


Skyler Norwood, Producer

Thanks for the shout out! Here are my votes!

Lost Lander
What Hearts
Deer Or the Doe
Cloudy October
Alameda


Name: Eric Mast
Audio Dregs Recordings label owner

Litanic Mask
Vice Device
Unkle Funkle
Dangerous Boys Club
The Memories


Saffron Peters

Yacht
Psychic Feline
Glitter Express
Elitist


Jonathan Frochtzwajg, WW Contributor // Music Calendar Editor

In no order:

Yours
Old Wars 
Blouse
Log Across the Washer
Sun Angle

Jeff Schmitt

1. Lost Lander
2. Radiation City
3. Support Force
4. Youth
5. Hausu


1. Priory
2. Oh Darling
3. Takohachi Taiko
4. March 4th Marching Band
5. Soft Tags

Simon Tam,
Last Stop Booking Agency (Owner)
The Slants (Manager)


Matthew Casebeer

Animal Eyes
Charts
Paper Brain
Radiation City
Youth


Danny Seim, Menomena

Casey I'm such a lameass that I only saw one new band in Portland this year. well two, actually. wait, three! but I'd vote for them five times apiece, if I could!

1. GALLONS
2. SUN ANGLE
3. 1939 ENSEMBLE


Tom Filepp / Circle Into Square

Doubleplusgood
Big Pauper
Pegasus Dream
Sapient
Grey Anne


Jordan Kinley, Into the Woods

support force


Erik Carlson, Sohitek Records

to Best 
Hey Casey
Here's Mine

Pegasus Dream 5
Pocket Knife 4 
Adventures With Might 3
Animal Eyes 2
Charts 1


Theo Craig, Agent at Smoke Signals, Talent Buyer at Rontoms
Youth
Béisbol
Pure Bathing Culture
Adventure Galley
Radiation City


Tyler Ferrin, Boy Gorilla Records/Typhoon

In no particular order,

Onuinu
Yours
Radiation city
Ramona falls
Youth


George Bud Wilson, Aan

Hi WW!
 These are in no order:

1- centers
2- like a villain
3- houndstooth
4-


Mayhaw Hoons, ex-Shaky Hands

Your Rival
The Woolen Men
Paper Brain


Anne Adams, musician

Hmmm...

I'm going to say:
Like a Villain
Padraic Finbar Haggerty-Hammond
Sarcastic Dharma Society
Fever
Ashia Grzesik


Luke Wyland, AU

1. Like A Villian
2. Why I Must Be Careful
3. Golden Retriever


Chris Funk, Mayor of Music

Michael Hurley
Lewi Longmeyer
Freak Mountain Ramblers
Holy Modal Rounders
Bingo
Jim Boyer


Adam Forkner 

BEST NEW BAND 2012:

1 UNKLE FUNKLE
2 INNER TUBE (Mark McGuire & Charles Berlitz)
3 Skinny Jesus
4 Jeff Witscher and the Pool Sharks
5 Kaleb Canales


Cool Nutz
Artist/Esteemed Music Industry Insider/Ambassador of all Things Dope/Host & Programmer of Wild 107.5's NW Breakout Show

Luck One
Tope of Living Proof
Sapient
Tony Ozier and The Doo Doo Funk
Serge Severe


1. Drats!!!
2. Nasal rod
3. Danava
4. Hollywood tans
5. Lord master

Hank Failing

Old Town Music
Toyboat toyboat toyboat
Failing Records

-

Ian Anderson, musician

1. Adrian Orange
2. Male Perspective
3. Tunnels
4. Modest Mouse
5. The Planet The


Ryan Barber, sound dude/producer/musician

Grandparents
Fanno Creek
Youth
My Autumns Done Come
Father Figure

Last year I had a hard time thinking of 5, this year I could easily think of 5 more, but these are all bands that in my opinion kill it LIVE, which is rare these days.


Nalin Silva, Kelly’s Olympian

Equal for points all these acts:

Ancient Heat
The Shivas
Charts
The We Shared Milk
Buzzyshyface



Anonymous

Don't
The Lower 48
Ezza Rose
Voodoun Moi (Eugene)
Emily Wells


North Pole Records
Thanks for the offer. Greetings from germany where miss massive snowflake is tearing up Europe for 5 weeks. We play a return show at Kenton club on may 11 with dramady. It'd be greAt if you could do a feature on my awesome band. Check out the tour diary from our drummer at mmstour2012.blogspot.com.  As far as best new bands. I'll go with

1. D.S.R.
2. Rainstick Cowbell
3. Coronation
4. Communist Firedrill
5. Dramady


Jake Espinoza
Editor-in-Chief for WeOutHere.net

1. Shadows on Stars
2. Reva Devito
3. TxE
4. Luck One
5. Load B

All five have amazing live shows. Narrowing the list down to five was much harder than I thought it would be....

Thanks for including us Casey.


1. Half Way There
2. Pure Bathing Culture
3. Queued Up
4. Bear & Moose
5. The Doubleclicks

thanks!

Karen Page
Someday Main Stage Booking
& Backspace all ages Booking

Lydia Mazer, pdxpopnow.com

1. Radiation City
2. Blouse
3. Wild Flag
4. Onuinu
5. Boyscout Discovery


Adventures! With Might, Radiation City, Onuinu

Mike Harper
Photographer - openmikeharper.com
Editor, Words Cut Open
Writer, BBQCHICKENROBOT


Monarques

1.Radiation City
2 Modern Lives
3 Houndstooth
4 Beisbol
5 Artifice


Here's Operative's list:

1. Golden Retriever
2. Litanic Mask
3. Pure Bathing Culture
4. Onuinu
5. Pulse Emitter

May you guys have no hanging chads!


Nikki Volpicelli, WW
I say: 

1 Pure Bathing Culture
2 Support Force
3 Yours
4 Father Figure
5 Onuinu


Lisa Lepine ProMotion Queen
Music Industry Consultant & Good Witch
 
1. Brownish Black – Think: Detroit Dap King  meets Portland Soul Sister– with an itchy new sound they call “garage soul .” This 5-9 member ensemble is capturing Portland’s neo soul flag and are a buzz band among those in the know.
 
2. Chervona – I cast my vote AGAIN for this revolutionary "Post Punk Peasant Party Troupe!” These ultimate party starters number fans like GoGo Bordello, Manu Chao and sweaty hordes of ecstatic Portland dancers. I call them "The rock stars of the new Peasant Generation!"
 
3. Fast Rattler
The son of the late folk legend Utah Phillips started this project as a tribute band and it quickly morphed into a powerful folk-rock ensemble based on Brendan’s own songwriting prowess, complemented by sideman of unusual talent.
 
4. Naomi Hooley
This Alaskan transplant has a voice as big as her heart. Recalling classic piano troubadours like Laura Nyro and Carole King, her “coming out” show at the Aladdin is still being buzzed about.
 
5. Holcombe Waller – Supernaturally gifted in voice, vision and versatility, Waller is Portland’s official Power Spirit Guide. And now possibly the world's.
 

Raf Spielman
Eggy Records

1 Psychic Feline
2 Matt Carlson
3 Spookies
4 Hooded Hags
5 Sun Foot


Ryan Dornfeld
CEO/Editor-in-Chief - ELEVEN Magazine PDX
1. Tiger House
2. Animal Eyes
3. The Horde & The Harem
4. Hollywood Tans
5. No Kind of Rider

honorable mention: Radiation City, Pegasus Dream, The We Shared Milk


Alley Hector, qpdx.com via wweek.com 

Thanks for including me this year. I look forward to seeing the results. Here's my list. If you have any questions just let me know.

1 Magic Mouth
2 La Pump
3 Glitterfruit
4 SistaFist
5 CJ and the Dolls


1. Blouse

2. Lost Lander

3. Orca Team

4. Dirty Mittens

5. Anya Marina

Jason Felton   
Designer  |  Web Developer  |  Librarian  |  Blogger


scott mclean - holocene 

i'm not going to order:

Stay Calm
Swahili
Denver
Sex Life
PWRHAUS

 
1)Ninja Turtle Ninja Tiger
2)James London
3)Porches
4)Hello the House
5)Symmetry/Symmetry
 
Cheers,
Jake


Hoyt Emerson, blogger

Pure Bathing Culture is pretty
Radiation City is legit
Jeffrey Jerusalem is pro
Sean Flinn & The Royal We needs their props


Dylan Magierek, Badman Recording Co./Type Foundry/Aina Haina (band)

1. Lost Lander
2. Alialujah Choir
3. Fake Drugs
4. Pictorials
5. Blouse

Alohas.


Chris Hnat, Publicist @ 230 Publicity

Lost Lander
Wizard Rifle
Guantanamo Baywatch
Radiation City
The Suicide Notes

Thanks for thinking of me on this one!


Megan Welling "From The Well"
Booking Manager for: 
Buffalo Gap Saloon 
Rock Bottom Brewery 
Mac! Mac & Cheesery

Favorite New Bands:
#1 Fav Redwood Son
#2 The Druthers
#3 Guy Dilly and the Twin Powers
#4 Jackalope Saints
#5 Kory Quinn and the Comrades


Anonymous

1.Death Songs
2.Radiation City
3.Denver
4.Charts
5.The We Shared Milk


Anonymous

My Body
Pure Bathing Culture
Radiation City
Mirrorring
Golden Retriever


Conrad Loebl, former PDX booker

1. DBC (Dangerous Boys Club)
2. Vice Device
3. TxE
4. Doc Adam 
5. Onuinu


Janice Haedinger, McMenamins

I have been booking more Touring bands this last year.
So from Portland I need to say the Shook Twins.
I start them on a NW music Tour through McMenamins tomorrow.
Also Water Tower is another favorite this year.
Take Care
Jan


Theodora Karatzas - Dead Oceans/Jagjaguwar/Secretly Canadian, former booker at Bunk Bar

1. Blouse
2. Radiation City
3. Pure Bathing Culture
4. Guantanamo Baywatch
5. Support Force


DEELAY CEELAY - CHRIS LAEL LARSON 

1. petoskey
2. blue cranes
3. gulls
4. e*rock
5. jeffrey jerusalem


TALKDEMONIC 
My vote.....only two.... :)

1. Yeah Great Fine
2. Radiation City




 

ryan sollee, buildersbutchers
Apr 10

to Best 
1) Pancake Breakfast
2)We Shared Milk
3) Run On Sentence
4) Lord Dying
5) Ezza Rose


Dave Depper
Fruit Bats/Loch Lomond/The Ram Project/Etc.

1. Pure Bathing Culture
2. Lost Lander
3. Quiet Life
4. YOURS
5. Houndstooth


Todd Berry, Greyday

to Best 
Hey Casey!  This isn't really mine, this is our whole office's list.  Hope you're doing well!

-t

Water & Bodies
Onuinu
Paper/Upper/Cuts
Lone Madrone
O Bruxo



HEY LOVER

Hey Hey! This is Terah Beth, from Hey Lover (drummer).

1.) The Happening 
2.) BOOM!
3.) Dad & Dad

(I really need to get out more)

Thanks!


DJ Wicked 

In no particular order...

Serge Severe
MyG
Theory Hazit
AL One
J-Ritz


Ryan Matthew Wines // Marmoset Music // Portland, Oregon, USA 

Here's my votes: 

1. The Parson Red Heads
2. Purse Candy
3. Lost Lander
4. Drew Grow and The Pastor's Wives
5. Sapient

Keep up the good work y'all! 




Bim Ditson [local music obsessive/filmmaker/and and and member. -Ed.]

Grandparents, Sun Angle, The We Shared Milk, TxE, The Bi-Marks 

All equal.


ADAM SHEARER, Weinland

In No Order 5 of many Portland bands that deserve love:

Lost Lander
Quiet Life
Black Prairie
Mbilly
Musee Mechanique



Gina Altamura - Talent Buyer - HOLOCENE

1 - Swahili
2 - Sex Life
3 - Pure Bathing Culture
4 - Houndstooth
5 - Stay Calm


Ben Kubany, pdxpopnow.com 

1. Onuinu
2. Radiation City
3.  Lost Lander
4.  Duo Denim
5.  Pancake Breakfast


Wild Ones 

1.Radiation City
2.Youth
3.Forest Park
4.MY BODY
 
Best,
Danielle Sullivan / Wild Ones


Emilee Booher, WW freelancer

1. Radiation City
2. Neal Morgan
3. Pure Bathing Culture
4. The Lower 48
5. Alina Hardin


I know I'm late, can I use "I'm travelling" as an excuse?

1. Death Songs
2. Michael The Blind
3. Great Wilderness
4. Ezza Rose
5. Greylag

Thanks very much!

John B. Jones, Community radio DJ (KZME, KBOO)


Jeff Hylton Simmons

ok since the deadline was extended i had a few more minutes to think on it

1His name Shall Breathe
2Duover
3Archers
4Radiation City
5Siren and the Sea


Jay Horton, WW Freelancer

Dinner For Wolves
Di Di Mau
Sexy Water Spiders
Free Weed
The Buckles


Pieter Hilton, Typhoon

No order

youth
unkle funkle
forest park
ocean floor 
Sons of Hons


NAME: Dave Sam Adams Mosier, TITLE: Morale
Coach& Annual 420 Party Coordinator (I'm serious.)

   RANKINGS: 1) Natasha Kmeto, 2) Oregon Painting Society, 3) Vice
Device, 4) Tope, 5) Spellcaster! THANK YOU!!!


Stephen Marc Beaudoin

My votes for 2012 WW Best New Band:

1. Portland Cello Project - endlessly inventive; radically creative; wildly underrated. Are they the newest band? No. Are they consistently one of the most interesting? Yes. I heart PCP.
2. Wild Flag - really, no Best New Band nod, yet? WTH. Carrie leads a deliciously rocking quartet of misfits. Good stuff.
3. The Julians - alt-classical girl group realness. Joni Mitchell to Bjork to the newest of new musics. 
4. Matthew Gailey band - chill jazz, good songwriting, fresh faces. Gailey lends a tremulous voices to a strong band of mostly newcomers Neil Mattson, Julio Appling and Riley Geare.
(no #5)


Anthony Sanchez, Runaway Productions

Tope!!
Big Bang
Eddie Valiant
Mighty Misc


LEWI LONGMIRE, musician, club booker

1.) Ezza Rose
2.) The Resolectrics
3.) Parson Red Heads
4.) Wax Fingers
5.) Michael Hurley & the Croakers (really! I never could have imagined him sounding so good with a backing band, I'd say this even were I not connected to the act.)


1. Swahili
2. Sex Life
3. Billions And Billions
4. Atriarch
5. Pigeons
 
Vivian Hua
Editor-in-Chief, Redefine Magazine


Gnar Tapes
1) Mean Jeans
2) BOOM!
3) Youthbitch
4) Unkle Funkle
5) Rob Walmart


Josh Martinez, Camobear Records

Hives Inquiry Squad


1. Water Tower
2. Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks
3. McDougall
4. Last Watch
5. Priory

Thanks.

Take care,

Alex Steininger
In Music We Trust


Name: Goldini Bagwell 

Title: Sandpeople Music Rep. / Angels Bathwater (Jameson) Enthusiast

1. Tony Ozier & the Doo Doo Funk All Stars
2. Natasha Kmeto
3. Reva Devito
4. T x E
5. Great Wilderness


In no particular order for points:

Radiation City
Support Force
Pure Bathing Culture
Lost Lander 
Onuinu

Thanks again and looking forward to the showcase,

Marisa Bravo
High Scores And Records

Alley Hector, Just Out

1 Magic Mouth
2 La Pump
3 Glitterfruit
4 SistaFist
5 Vice Device


1.  Throwback Suburbia
2.  The Cry
3.  The Ascetic Junkies
4.  Will West & The Friendly Strangers
5.  Glyptodon


Dennise M. Kowalczyk, KZME


Kyle Morton, Mississippi Studios/

1.  YOUTH
2.  SONS OF HUNS
3.  THE OCEAN FLOOR
4.  FOREST PARK
5.  MY BODY


John Chandler, Saga City Media

1. The Pynnacles
2. Satin Chaps
3. Paradise
4. Guantanamo Baywatch
5. Ugly Flowers


Thanks!


Bennett Yankey
Sound Engineer, Someday Lounge/Backspace
1. Dangerous Boys Club
2. Asss
3. Vice Device
4. Litanic Mask
5. Sistafist


Allison Carter, McMenamins

I always look forward to this issue of WW.  I'd like to offer equal points because it saves me over from over thinking things.

Wild Flag
No Kind of Rider
Onuino
Revo Divito
Sean Flynn and the Royal We


Travis Ritter, Freelance Writer

I'm sorta out of the look regarding the local PDX scene, but from what I've heard this year, these are a few that stand out.

The Memories (#1!) 
Bath Party
Radiation City
Plankton Wat


Truckstop Darlin'
P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S.
Di Di Mau
The Lovesores
Guantanamo Baywatch


Dante's
350 West Burnside


In alphabetical order:

Avi Dei
Eight Bells
Nether Regions
Spellcaster
Sons of Huns


AGES

sorry for the late response! Been holed up recordin' and whatnot. I would prefer that these choices be anonymous, thank you. Hope all is well with youuuuuuuu!!!!!

Sun Angle, 
1939 Ensemble
Karen (but I think they broke up)


1. Rev. Shines
2. Live & Direct
3. Black Prairie
4. Shook Twins
5. Afterlife Revival

Connie Wohn, First Lady of Hustle/Event Producer


Angelo De Ieso
I vote for the Contestants


Kenric Ashe, dBMonkey

1) NINJA

2) Hog Wild

3) Child Children

4) The Filthy Nightmares

5) Michael Hurley & The Croakers


Arlie Connor, booker
Best new bands of 2012 -

1. Bathtub Toasters (www.bathtubtoasters.com)
2. Djangophiles
3. Bigfoot Country
4. James Faretheewell and the Foolhardy


All my other favorites are bands that have been around too long (to be NEW)


Rocky Tinder, Wampire

Blouse
Onuinu
Rad city
Hausu
The memories

Equal points please

<3

Roggy


Ro Tam
Music Photographer


1. Pocket Knife
2. The Caps
3. Full Moon Radio
4. Reynosa
5. Spectral Tombs


wait - please change...change my # 4 sorry...if we are talking discoveries that is...

1- Lost Lander
2- Magic Mouth
3- Quiet Life
4- Pure Bathing Culture
5- Parenthetical Girlsl


Yes, late no matter what is my mantra.

Best New Band 2012 Submission:

1. Radiation City
2. Lost Lander
3. Youth
4. Animal Eyes
5. Towering Trees

Jeremy Petersen - Host/Producer/Blogger - opbmusic


Youth
Neal Morgan
Lost Lander
Awkward Energy
Radiation City

Relentlessly,
Jackie Wesrfall


Vursatyl, Lifesavas

Sorry for the late entry... I don't know how his works but my vote based on recorded music I've heard...

1.Theory Hazit "Thr3e" [Counted as a vote for Theory Hazit. -Ed.]
2. Roane Namuh & Reva DeVito "Cloudshine" [Counted as a vote for Reva DeVito. -Ed.]
[As a late add, Vursatyl also voted for Hives Inquiry Squad]


The Shivas
Blood Beach
Psychic Feline
Sexy Water Spiders
Lunar Grave

Tony Prato
Booking Sundays at Tonic


Field Hymns Records

Grapefruit
The Reservations
Mike Coykendall & the Golden Shag
Old Light

shit i wish i could remember one more!

Deena B, KBOO

TXE
Cloudy October
TonyG
Stewert Villian
Calvin Valentine

[The following three weren’t counted. -Ed]
Sex Life
Di Di Mau
The Whole Dropping Gems Crew

Word. Guys. Word


THE LETTER!

Dear Esteemed Member of the Portland Music Community, 

Congratulations! You have been selected by our diligent team of local music scientists to take part in Willamette Week's Best New Band Poll 2012, where the Portland music community looks back over the last year and crowns one group, solo artist or DJ the greatest new talent in town. 

And And And topped last year's poll, followed by AgesandAges and Brainstorm. We had a rad, free show at Mississippi Studios and it was a good, sorta drunk evening. Sorry if I said dumb things on stage. 

So, here's what we need from you (please read all this crap carefully): 
Reply to this email (at _____) with a list of the top 5 Portland-based acts you've discovered this year. Again, you can vote for any music-making entity, be it a band, solo performer, DJ or an MC. You can rank them one through five, or give no rankings if you want to spread your points equally. If you can't think of five new acts that have made an impact on you in the last year, then just send us however many you like, whether it's four, three, two or just one. "New," obviously, is relative (just like "band" and even "best"). Don't stress out on the wording too much. BUT DO STRESS ON REPLYING BY THE DEADLINE, MONDAY, APRIL at 11:59 PM. 

When all the ballots have been collected, we will assign points for each band you voted for based on how you ranked them (No. 1 = 5 pts., No. 2 = 4 pts., No. 3 = 3 pts., etc.). If you don't rank your votes by numbering each band, the points will be divided and distributed equally among your selections. We will then add up the points from all the ballots and come up with a top 10, which will be published in an upcoming issue of Willamette Week along with profiles and photos and other such fanfare. The number one band will appear on the cover of the paper and, if available, will headline WW's Best New Band showcase. 

You can vote for any band you like, as long as it is not a band you play in (you can vote for bands you work with-as long as you're voting as a TRUE FAN and not just a profiteer). 

*Please email your top 5 list to ____ (or hit "reply" on this email!) by Monday, April 4, 2011. We also need your full name and your role in the music community. This is so important I'm going to use caps: IF YOU DO NOT INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND TITLE IN YOUR REPLY EMAIL, YOUR VOTES WILL NOT BE COUNTED. Your votes will be published online, but if you would like your votes to remain anonymous, we can do that. Just let us know in your email. 

DO NOT VOTE FOR THESE PAST WINNERS (as much as we like them all): 

Aan 
AgesAndAges 
Ah Holly Fam'ly 
Alan Singley and Pants Machine 
Alela Diane 
And And And 
Atole 
Au 
Blind Pilot 
Blitzen Trapper 
Brainstorm 
The Builders & The Butchers 
Climber 
Clorox Girls 
Copy 
Dat'r 
Deelay Ceelay 
Derby 
DJ Beyonda 
Dolorean 
Dragging An Ox Through Water 
Explode Into Colors 
Fist Fite 
Grouper 
Guidance Counselor 
Hey Lover 
Horse Feathers 
Hosannas 
Jared Mees 
The Kingdom 
Laura Gibson 
Lifesavas 
Lion Fever 
LKN 
Loch Lomond 
Lovers 
Menomena 
The Minds 
Miracles Club 
Monarques 
New Blood 
The Nice Boys 
Nick Jaina 
Norfolk & Western 
Nurses 
Old Believers 
Old Light 
Operative 
Paint By Numbers 
Please Step Out of the Vehicle 
Point Juncture, WA 
Pure Country Gold 
Purple and Green 
The Ready 
Red Fang 
Sallie Ford & the Sound Outside 
Kelli Schaefer 
Siren’s Echo 
The Shaky Hands 
The Snuggle Ups 
Starfucker 
Swan Island 
Talkdemonic 
The Thermals 
Tractor Operator 
Tu Fawning 
Typhoon 
Unknown Mortal Orchestra 
Valet 
Viva Voce 
Wampire 
Weinland 
Wet Confetti 
White Fang 
White Rainbow 
Wild Ones 
World's Greatest Ghosts 
Y La Bamba 

Ok, you have your instructions! Let's introduce this city to a bunch of new music! 

(Fine print: If you received this email at more than one email address, please only respond once, with one set of votes; If this ballot arrived at a general email address for a record store, recording studio, bar, etc., please do not respond with more than two ballots from two separate employees who identify themselves as such; artists that have placed in the BNB Poll in the past get one vote per band--in the event that more than one ballot is returned from an artist/group or more than two from an invited organization, we will count the earliest ballot(s) to arrive in our inbox and disqualify subsequent ballots from said group/organization (this is meant to avoid ballot-stuffing). If you have questions about this, you can email Casey at cjarman //at// wweek dot com. 

Thanks so much! We get really excited at the chance to put local music on the cover of our paper each year, and we discover a lot of new music thanks to your votes. Thanks for all you do, all year-round, to strengthen this wonderful music community. 

love and hugs, 

Casey Jarman 
Music Editor, Willamette Week


THE LIST!

$kull$
1939 Ensemble
A Volcano
Adrian Orange
Adventure Gallery
Adventures! With Might
Afterlife Revival
Al One
Alameda
Alialujah Choir
Alina Hardin
Ancient Heat
Angry Orts
Animal Eyes
Anya Marina
Archers
Arctic Flowers
Art of Ballistics
Artifice
Ashia Grzeskik
Asss
Atriarch
Atrocity Exhibition
Avi Dei
Avians Alight
Awkward Energy
Barry Brouseau
Bath Party
Bathtub Toasters
Batmen
Battleme
Bear & Moose
Beisbol
Ben Darwish
Beyond Veronica
Big Bang
Big Pauper
Bigfoot Country
Billions and Billions
Bingo
Bison Bison
Black Prairie
Black Pussy
Blake Mackey
Blood Beach
Bloodtypes
Blouse
Blue Cranes
BoneS
Bonneville Power
Boom!
Boy Eats Drum Machine
Boyscout Discovery
Breakfast Mountain
Brooke Parrott
Brothers Young
Brownish Black
Buzzyshyface
Calico Rose
Cassow
Cat Nap
Centers
Charts
Chervona
Chicharones
Child Children
Chill Crew
Christopher Worth
Citymouth
CJ and the Dolls
Cloudy October
Commotion
Communist Firedrill
Company
Corin Tucker Band
Coronation
D.S.R.
Dad & Dad
Dadz
DaiN
Dana Buoy
Danava
Dangerous Boys Club
Danny Corn
Death Songs
Deer or the Doe
Denver
Devonwho
Di Di Mau
Diamond Catalog
Dinner for Wolves
Dirty Mittens
Divers
DJ Mattressland
DJ Nathan Detroit
Djangofiles
Doc Adam
Dont
Doo Doo Funk All-Stars
Doubleplusgood
Dramady
Drats!!
Drew Grow and the Pastor's Wives
Druden
Duo Denim
Duover
Dusu Mali Band
E*Rock
Eddie Valiant
Eight Bells
Elitist
EMA
Emily Wells
Ephemeros
Erotic City
Ezza Rose
Fake Drugs
Fanno Creek
Fast Rattler
Father Figure
Fever
Flesh Lawn
Flight 19
Forest Park
Freak Mountain Ramblers
Free Weed
Full Moon Radio
Gallons
Gaythiest
Girlfriends
Glitter Express
Glitterfruit
Glyptodon
Golden Bears
Golden Retriever
Goodnight Billygoat
Graintable
Grandfather
Grandparents
Grapefruit
Great Wilderness
Grey Anne
Greylag
Guantanamo Baywatch
Gulls
Guy Dilly and the Twin Powers
Half Way There
Hausu
Hawkeye
Heavy Voodoo
Hello the House
Hip Hatchet
His Name Shall Breathe
Hives Inquiry Squad
Hog WIld
Holcombe Waller
Hollywood Tans
Holy Modal Rounders
Hooded Hags
Hookers
Houndstooth
Huck Notari
Hungry Ghost
Illmaculate
Inner Tube
IOA
J-Ritz
Jackalope Saints
James Faretheewell
James London
Jeff Witscher and the Pool Sharks
Jeffrey Jerusalem
Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks
Jim Boyer
Jobo Shakins
John Heart Jackie
Johnny Bueno
Jon Belz
Jujuba
Kaleb Canales
Karen
Keri McNicholas
Kory Quinn and the Comrades
La Pump
Larry and his Flask
Last Watch
Laura Ivancie
Lavender Mirror
Leroy Jerome
Lewi Longmire
Like a Villain
Lilacs and Champagne
Litanic Mask
Little Volcano
Live and Direct
Load B
Log Across the Washer
Lone Madrone
Lord Dying
Lord Master
Lost Lander
Love Loungers
Luck-One
Lunar Grave
Lynnae Gryffin
Mac Pott's Killer Krewe
Magic Mouth
Male Perspective
Manimalhouse
March Fourth Marching Band
Mars Water
Matt Carlson
Matter
Matthew Gailey Band
Mbilly
McDougall
Mean Jeans
Megan Spear
Meyercord
Michael Hurley and the Croakers
Michael the Blind
Mighty Misc
Mike Coykendall and the Golden Shag
Mimicking Birds
Mirroring
Modern Lives
Modest Mouse
Muscle Beach
Musee Mechanique
My Autumn's Done Come
My Body
My-G
Naomi Hooley
Nasalrod
Natasha Kmeto
Neal Morgan
Needful Longings
Nether Regions
Night Nurse
Ninja
Ninja Turtle Ninja Tiger
No Kind of Rider
Norska
Nucular Aminals
O Bruxo
Ocean Floor
Oh Darling
Old Kingdom
Old Wars
On the Stairs
Onuinu
Operation Mission
Orca Team
Oregon Painting Society
P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S.
Padraic Finbar Haggerty-Hammond
Pageripper
Pancake Breakfast
Paper Brain
Paper Brain
Paper/Upper/Cuts
Paradise
Parenthetical Girls
Parson Red Heads
Pegasus Dream
Petosky
Philly's Phunkestra
Pictorials
Pigeons
Plankton Wat
Pocket Knife
Pocketknife
Porches
Port St. Willow
Portland Cello Project
Priory
Profcal
Psychic Feline
Pulse Emitter
Pure Bathing Culture
Purse Candy
Pwrhaus
Queued Up
Quick & Easy Boys
Quiet Life
Quiz Zilla
Rachael Rice
Radiation City
Rags and Ribbons
Rainstick Cowbell
Ramona Falls
Raymond Byron and the White Freighter
Rebecca Gates and the Consortium
Redwood Son
Reeb Williams
Rev Shines
Reva Devito
Reynosa
Roane Numah
Rob walmart
Ruby Pines
Run On Sentence
RVIVR
Ryan Francesconi
Ryan Organ
Sam Cauthorne
Sapient
Sarah Jackson-Holman
Sarcastic Dharma Society
Satin Chaps
Sean Flinn and the Royal We
Serge Severe
Sex Life
Sexy Water Spiders
Shadows on Stars
Shook Twins
Siren and the Sea
Sistafist
Skinny Jesus
Sloths
Soft Tags
Sons of Huns
Soulmates
Spectral Tombs
Spellcaster
Spookies
St. Even
Stay Calm
Steelhymen
Stewart Villain
Still Caves
STLS
Suicide Notes
Sun Angle
Sun Foot
Support Force
SurfsDrugs
Swahili
Symmetry/Symmetry
T.O.A.S.T.
Takohachi Taiko
Tango Alpha Tango
Terokal
The Ascetic Junkies
The Bi-Marks
The Boo Jays
The Buckles
The Caps
The Contestants
The Crow
The Cry
The Diggers
The Doubleclicks
The Draped
The Druthers
The Filthy Nightmares
The Glue Horses
The Hand That Bleeds
The Happening
The Horde and the Harem
The Julians
The Lovesores
The Lower 48
The Memories
The No Tomorrow Boys
The Oracular Concern
The Planet The
The Pynnacles
The Reservations
The Resolectrics
The Shivas
The Tomorrow People
The Upsidedown
The Vandies
The We Shared Milk
The Woolen Men
The World Radiant
Theory Hazit
Throwback Suburbia
Tiger House
Timmy Straw
Toning
Tope
Towering Trees
Transient
Trauma
Trox Diesel
Truckstop Darlin'
Tunnels
Tunnels
TxE
U Sco
Ugly Flowers
Unkle Funkle
Usnea
Vice Device
Violet Isle
Voodoun Moi
Water & Bodies
Water Tower
Wax Fingers
Waylon Spinnings
We Buy Diomond$
Welsh Bowmen
What Hearts
White Orange
Why I Must Be Careful
Wild Flag
Wilkinson Blades
Will West and the Friendly Strangers
Wizard Rifle
Wolf in the Dreamcatcher
YACHT
Yeah Great Fine
Your Rival
Yours
Youth
Youthbitch
 
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