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Crypts, Bruxa, Youryoungbody, DJ Rxchwxch

MITCH LILLIE
9 pm., Saturday July 06 | $6.
Rotture
315 SE 3rd Ave.
 
[DARK DANCE] If you’re someone who likes a band like Liars but needs a little consistency in your music, Seattle’s Crypts is probably right up your alley. Last fall’s self-titled album borrows everything from Liars’ dark, danceable library, including heavily reverbed vocals that alternate between screaming and brooding. We’re pretty sure the album includes samples of mascara-filled tears falling into a warm PBR, distorted to sound like a sawmill fueled by reckless misery and operated by poltergeists. The energy only increases as the album progresses, beginning with jittery opener “Completely Fucked” but cooling off a little just before “Sleazy,” the album’s disjointed, delay-leaden closer. 

Where: Rotture
Phone: 234-5683
Address: 315 SE 3rd Ave.
Website: rotture.com

 
 

Rotture

315 SE 3rd Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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