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The Builders and the Butchers, Friday, March 30

The Builders and the Butchers give PDX a dose of acoustic punk rock gospel.


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[AMERICANA GOTHIC] At the Builders and the Butchers' CD release party earlier this month, the band walked out of Valentine's in the middle of its last song—and most of the audience followed. Aro ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 28, 2007 Brandon Seifert

Gym Class Heroes at the Hawthorne Theater, March 24, 2007


At the Gym Class Heroes show they turned me away at the door.

The girl at the Hawthorne Theater's ticket window couldn't find my name on the guest list. Or my editor's name. Or LocalCut dot com. The show had sold out weeks ago, and I was Shit Outta Luck.

But how could I possibly miss...   More
 
Tuesday, March 27, 2007 by Brandon Seifert

Quiet Countries, Heroes And Villains and Minmae at the Doug Fir, March 1, 2007


Color me unimpressed. I imagine it to be sort of a gray-green hue. The sort of color it's hard to write a concert review shaded in.

It's one thing if a concert sucks. The strength of the sucking, the sucking's main culprit, that's something to talk about. But what do you say about a show that just k...   More
 
Sunday, March 4, 2007 by Brandon Seifert

Fist Of Dishonor at Ash Street Saloon, Feb. 21, 2007


I could tell it was going to be an awesome concert when I saw the table full of Mexican wrestlers.

They stood out in Ash Street Saloon, because the other patrons were dressed as ninjas, kung fu masters, or spacemen—the night's theme was Aliens vs. Ninjas, after all. But the guys in luchado...   More
 
Wednesday, February 28, 2007 by Brandon Seifert

The Builders and the Butchers and A Weather at Towne Lounge, Feb. 20, 2007


A Weather got the attention, and the Builders and The Butchers stole the show. But that's going to change, and I have mixed feelings about it.

The two bands performed Wednesday, February 20 at the Towne Lounge, along with solo artist Gregory Miles Harris. The show was part of Pop Tomorrow!, the ...   More
 
Monday, February 26, 2007 by Brandon Seifert
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