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Eprom, Ill-esha, Buku

MITCH LILLIE
9 pm., Friday January 17 | $12.
Branx
320 SE 2nd Ave.
 
[WEST COAST BEATS] The award for Portland’s most internationally well-known electronic musician goes to Eprom, no contest. He’s ridden a few waves of musical buzz in his time, from the ill-fated “psyphy” movement in the late aughts to his latest album, Halflife, a huge jewel on the crown of unclassifiable West Coast beats. As a producer, Eprom is as good at making positive, polished music as any, though Halflife’s originality is nothing groundbreaking. For team Portland, Eprom might be in the lead, but there’s a huge pack hot on his tail.

Where: Branx
Phone: 234-5683
Address: 320 SE 2nd Ave.
Website: http://myspace.com/branxpdx

 
 

Branx

320 SE 2nd Ave.
Portland , OR
97214
 
Open show nights only, hours vary.
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