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Tycho, Christopher Willits

PETE COTTELL
8 pm, Thursday July 31 | $20.
Crystal Ballroom
1332 W Burnside St.
 

[POST-CHILLWAVE] The live execution of semi-danceable electronic dreamscapes raises concerns among concert veterans who’ve seen their fair share of politely boring instrumental acts, but Tycho’s Sunday night performance at this year’s Sasquatch! Festival effectively laid all that to rest. Bolstered by the intense kaleidoscope of a psychedelic, sunset-hued video reel courtesy of Scott Hansen—the group’s mastermind who daylights as a visual designer in San Francisco—the druggie dance-tent kids and the chillwave set alike will have plenty of periphery to get lost in while an echoey, synth-laced post-rock Miami Vice soundtrack pulses throughout the Crystal. 



Where: Crystal Ballroom
Phone: 225-0047
Address: 1332 W Burnside St.
Website: www.mcmenamins.com

 
 

Crystal Ballroom

1332 W Burnside St.
Portland, OR
 
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