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Beats Per Week, Nov. 20-26

Portland's Best Dance Music Options

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In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass.

Now in its 10th iteration, No Vacancy brings the VIP club—you must have RSV...   More
 
Friday, November 21, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week, Nov. 13-19

Portland's Best Dance Music Options

thebug

In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass. 
A metamorphosing, diminutive creature that is the unnoticed ruler of the world around him: Planet Earth’s thesis on insects ...   More
 
Thursday, November 13, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week, Nov. 6-12

Portland's Best Dance Music Options

keynyataweb

In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass.

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Thursday, November 6, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, Oct. 30-Nov. 5

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In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass.

For the Tumblr-inspired set for whom zombies are best accompanied by ...   More
 
Thursday, October 30, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, Sept. 25-Oct. 1

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In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass.
For proof that disco is most certainly not dead, lose yourself in Midnight...   More
 
Thursday, September 25, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

TBA Diaries: Chelfitsch, Ground and Floor

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Chelfitch Theater Company’s second contribution to the Time-Basd Art Festival—the Japanese troupe was last here in 2012—Ground and Floor was unnerving, comical and transformative.

In the Japan of the “not too distant future,” according to Ground and Floor</...   More
 
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

TBA Diaries: Arca at the Works

arcatotalfreedom

Underneath Alejandro Ghersi’s neck-couched headphones was a glimmering, faux-diamond collar. Behind the decks as Arca, he had a lot of similarly shining moments that hid in the rough of the Time Based Art Festival’s Works series.

Joining Ghersi for a B2B DJ s...   More
 
Friday, September 19, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, Sept. 18-24

christianmartin

In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass.

The NAAFI te...   More
 
Thursday, September 18, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

NAAFI Team: Thursday, Sept. 18 at Holocene

A crew of Mexico City producers unite dance-culture cliques.


Music Stories
Servers have cleared all the dirty dishes and tables from a large wooden warehouse in Mexico City. The comida corrida, a cheap lunchtime cafeteria, has closed. Night arrives in the city, but i   More
 
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 MITCH LILLIE

Live Review: Drake vs. Lil Wayne at Sleep Country Amphitheater, Sept. 13

Who really won the battle of the Young Money superstars in southern Washington?

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The Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour pits two friends and collaborators against one another in a kind of hyped-up joke brawl. In the end—at least at a rowdy (if not quite capacity) Sleep Country Amphitheater—both ended up with 13 points. This was the first anyone had ever seen or heard of a point system at all, and it was thrown away to simply declare Weezy the winner. Though the extensive comic-book ...   More
 
Sunday, September 14, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE
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