Willamette Week - http://www.wweek.com/portland/articles.sec-1539-1-.html Wed, 16 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMT+7 en hourly 1 The Gas Mask Anthems - One society’s junk is L’Orchestre d’Incroyable’s folk music. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-21642-the_gas_mask_anthems_one_society%E2%80%99s_junk_is_l%E2%80%99orchestre_d%E2%80%99incroyable%E2%80%99.html Traipsing through a Technicolor conception of our generation’s Old Weird America, some trashed would-be troubadour crops up with a pair of suspenders helping keep his pants at about waist leve]]> Fruits of the Loom - Quilt’s heady psych-folk is knit from earth grids, choirs and 40-oz. beers. http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-21967-fruits_of_the_loom_quilt%E2%80%99s_heady_psych_folk_is_knit_from_earth_grids_choirs_and_40_oz_beers.html A sort of paranormal propulsion nudges each harmony Quilt imbues its music with—equal parts certainty and unknowing, reticence and confidence. Melodies are all-encompassing, admitting just enoug]]> Album Review: Golden Retriever - <i>Seer</i> (Thrill Jockey) http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-22210-album_review_golden_retriever_seer_%28thrill_jockey%29.html [PLATINUM IMPROV] It’s not whether these sounds are fitted together right, it’s just that they’re fitted together. Golden Retriever, comprising locals Jonathan Sielaff on bass clarinet and M]]>