Home / Events / Music Calendar / Civil Union, Broken Water, Arctic Flowers

Civil Union, Broken Water, Arctic Flowers

LYLA ROWEN
8 pm, Wednesday July 09 | Call venue for ticket information.
The Know
2026 NE Alberta St.
 

[GRUNGE] Broken Water stick to their Northwest roots, playing emotionally charged, grungy punk laced with anti-conformist sentiments. The band's songs are heavy and slow with large drum patterns that are eventually hypnotized by their own shoegazing soundscapes. Since 2009, the group has released four albums that explore what it means and sounds like to be a punk and queer in the Northwest. This year they recorded songs with cellist Lori Goldston, who accompanied Nirvana on Unplugged. Those tracks will most likely be featured on its as yet unreleased new album. Tonight, Civil Union joins Broken Water with downtempo, Sonic Youth-esque indie rock all the way from New Zealand.



Where: The Know
Phone: 473-8729
Address: 2026 NE Alberta St.
Website: www.theknowbar.com

 
 

The Know

2026 NE Alberta St.
Portland, OR
97211
 
Other events in Music Calendar

Mark Fell

Friday, Feb 27, 2015

[ART FOR THE HOUSE] Thirty seconds before Mark Fell finished his set of high-brow house at a Polish festival, he grabbed his water bottle and put on his bag. This is ...

9 pm | $12.
Yale Union (YU) 800 SE 10th Ave., Portland Web | Map

Gran Ritmos: Santa Muerte, Michael Bruce, Coast2c

Friday, Feb 27, 2015

[TRAP DE LA MUERTE] Santa Muerte—“Saint Death” for those of you who slept through Spanish class—is Mexican folklore’s patron saint of drug cartels, vagrant ...

9 pm | $5.
The Rose 111 SW Ash St. Web | Map

Guttermouth, Counterpunch, My New Vice, 48 Thrills

Friday, Feb 27, 2015

[SOCAL TRANSPLANTS ONLY] Huntington Beach, Calif., is known for right-wing politics, white suburban families and teenagers raging against it all. Guttermouth emerged ...

8 pm | $15.
Dante's 350 W Burnside St. Portland Web | Map
Also At The Know
There's no more events in The Know
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
comments powered by Disqus
 

Web Design for magazines

Close
Close
Close