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Ryan A. Miller, Sam Adams, Cristina Cano

JONATHAN FROCHTZWAJG
9 pm, Wednesday November 30 | $5
Ella Street Social Club
714 SW 20th Place
 
[NO, NOT THE MAYOR] It might have caused some mix-ups in recent years (City Club members showing up at night clubs, etc.), but really, local singer-songwriter Sam Adams sharing a name with Portland’s mayor can only help the musician stand out from the pack. Not that Adams needs the name to distinguish himself; his ambitious avant-rock does that perfectly well. On this summer’s Draw This Bitter Blood EP, Adams uses an expansive instrumental palette and digital textures to raise what might have been standard-issue boy-meets-guitar songs to inspired, even experimental, compositions. And if the arrangements don’t set him apart, Adams’ dynamic, haunting voice (think Radiohead’s Thom Yorke) certainly will.

Where: Ella Street Social Club
Phone: 227-0116
Address: 714 SW 20th Place
Website: ellastreetsocialclub.com

 
 
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