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Foreign Orange, Natasha Kmeto

DREW LENIHAN
9 pm, Sunday November 25 | Free.
Rontoms
600 E Burnside St.
 

[ELECTRONIC FUNK] Sadly, Foreign Orange is 20 years too late to score Miami Vice. Its synth funk would have been perfect for shots of Corvettes filled with greased bodies cruising down South Beach. At least the music is groovy enough to make a crowd forget about the ever-looming rainy season and escape to a much brighter disco-funk utopia, with songs combining the French pop of Phoenix, Prince and Coconut Records into an irresistibly sunny mix.



Where: Rontoms
Phone: 236-4536
Address: 600 E Burnside St.
Website: rontoms.net

 
 

Rontoms

600 E Burnside St.
Portland, OR
 
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