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Atole Friday, Feb. 8

How one solo act-cum-dance party proved a self-fulfilling prophecy.


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[EXPERIMENTAL DANCE] “Everything’s going to change,” says Atole frontman Manny Reyes. His declaration could’ve been Atole’s motto for its entire decade-plus existence, bu ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 6, 2008 NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Photo Review: No Age at Food Fight!, Jan. 28th 2008


LocalCutter Nilina Mason-Campbell went to check out No Age at the vegan grocery store Food Fight! on a recent Monday afternoon, and snapped the pics that follow below.


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Tuesday, February 5, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Hang the DJ: Hoop Dreams


Hoop Dreams purports that his DJ name was not lifted from the 1994 documentary about Chicago high school students pursuing their dreams in relation to white nets, but that it is, in fact, his given name. But Hoop Dreams is not the name on his driver's license (Justin Gibbs), so we're not buyi...   More
 
Friday, February 1, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Mattress, "Forbidden Fruit," Children Of The Revolution 3 Compilation


One man band Mattress's beat infested, broody jam, "Forbidden Fruit," sounds like static electricity in the form of a song. Seemingly the definition of avant garde, that tag isn't reserved only for Rex Marshall's music, but his live shows, too. From the center of the stage (and often off o...   More
 
Thursday, January 31, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Atlas Sound Draws upon White Rainbow and Valet for Bandmates


What does a hunter do when the deer season is over? What if this "deer hunter" isn't so much an individual, but a band from Atlanta? And what if that season isn't so much "relegated to three specific months," but dozens of them?

After spending continuous months on the road in su...   More
 
Tuesday, January 29, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

LC PODCASTS: Portland Lounge Series XV with Night Wounds


New levels of noise! New levels of awkward!

How awesome was last night? You know, how Night Wounds tore up the stage and how Nathan Howdeshell a.k.a. Brace Paine used a chain-saw to cut a sleeping bag in half in some sort of symbolic reference to his former noise project to announ...   More
 
Monday, January 28, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Portland Lounge Series XV is Over: Night Wounds, Feather Figure


[You missed it! As did Feather Figure!] After a two month absence from the docket, LocalCut's Portland Lounge Series is back in action! What's going down at Towne Lounge (714 SW 20th Pl.) this Sunday? A night of noise! And as always, it's free! So are you up for getting down to some of Portland's best experimental mus...   More
 
Friday, January 25, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Hang the DJ: E3


This week, the awesome DJ E3 steps into the booth with LocalCut to talk music without borders. Resident DJ at ATLAS, the Holocene club night of choice for all things Drum and Bass, Baile Funk and progressive and international in general, E3 doesn't just have hot tracks to offer to the dancers, but also thoughts on re...   More
 
Thursday, January 17, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Panther, "Puerto Rican Jukebox," 14 kt. God (Kill Rock Stars)


What exactly is a Puerto Rican Jukebox? Does a Jukebox by any other name (or, rather, with additional descriptors in its name) sound as sweet? I imagine the selection would vary from what one finds at the local Burgerville, but would there be a Puerto Rican equivalent of every hit and genre that blast...   More
 
Thursday, January 17, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Michele Wylen Says Hello for Target


Portland electro-pop sensation Miss Michele Wylen's voice has found it's way onto the terrestrial TV screen.

While abductions are solved on Medium, detective Goran is on the case on Law and Order: Criminal Intent and the wholly irrelevant disappointment that is Cashmere Mafia groans along, commerc...   More
 
Thursday, January 17, 2008 by NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL
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