Bonus Album Review: And And And, No Party EP (Thing Thing Thing)

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In this week's print edition, we reviewed new albums from Brainstorm, the Ocean Floor and Federale, but there's another band putting out a new release this week: And And And, of course. Don't worry, guys. We didn't forget about you. Here is Emilee Booher's review of the band's new EP. And And And No Party EP (Thing Thing Thing)[RAUCOUS ROCK] And And And is loved and hated ...   More
 
Thursday, November 29, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

MFNW By the Hour: A Guide to Saturday and Sunday Night

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Navigating MusicfestNW can leave even lifelong Portlanders looking like common tourists, standing dazed on a street corner, trying to figure out which direction to head. Every night is a treacherous journey in which one bad decision can ruin the entire evening. Don't worry, though: WW is here to help. Plotting the perfect schedule can be overwhelming, but it's not impossible. Each night of the ...   More
 
Saturday, September 8, 2012 WW MUSIC STAFF

Scoop: Tortillas at Ten Paces

Gossip boardin’ dirty down Southwest Fairview.


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ZUKIN VS. ARELLENO: Powell’s Books has confirmed a faceoff between Portland restaurateur Nick Zukin (of Mi Mero Mole) and California food critic Gustavo Arellano (of OC Weekly) for Oct. 10. The even   More
 
Wednesday, June 27, 2012 WW Culture Staff

Video Roundup: And And And, David Ornette Cherry, Ramona Falls, InfinitRakz, Death Songs, Aranya

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You lucky, lucky people. TWO video roundups in one week?! It's like Hanukkah up in here. (A quick shout out to our Jewish readers in hopes that you have a lovely Passover.) But don't thank us; thank all the musicians who are taking up video camera, iPhone, and iMovie to make promotional clips for your edutainment. People like Bim Ditson, the punktastic drummer for the poptastic And And And who put ...   More
 
Friday, April 6, 2012 ROBERT HAM

Video Roundup: Poor Boy's Soul, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, And And And, Strategy, Youthbitch, Aaron O'Bryan Smith

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Poor Boy's Soul - "Nails In The Pine"Lots of cavorting in this edition of the Video Roundup. In this case, it's a bunch of well-dressed young folk playing leapfrog with tombstones, playing dice and smooching in a church, and boozing it up to the sound of Poor Boy's Soul's one-man stomping folk-blues.Unknown Mortal Orchestra - "Strangers Are Strange"Leave it to Unknown Mortal Orchestra to come up with ...   More
 
Monday, February 20, 2012 ROBERT HAM

Cut of the Day: "I Want More Alcohol (It Makes Me Sadder)," And And And (with bonus adorable, unofficial music video!)

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And And And can't stop, won't stop. These guys churn out quality songs at a rate that would make Robert Pollard jealous. Here's yet another one: "I Want More Alcohol (It Makes Me Sadder)," a gloriously shambolic, appropriately beer-sodden shout-along (or should that be cry-along?) from its upcoming Lost EP. According to the press release, the record -- produced by Blitzen Trapper's Eric Early and Michael ...   More
 
Thursday, January 26, 2012 MATTHEW SINGER

Jukebox of Guilty Pleasures: And And And

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As you may have noticed last week, LocalCut has a new column in which the members of a local band divulge their musical guilty pleasures with the aid of YouTube videos. For the second installment, the roisterous rock quintet And And And have stepped up to the pitch to take over the jukebox and reveal all: Nathan Baumgartner: Mariah Carey, "Fantasy" "This song always brings me back to middle ...   More
 
Friday, January 20, 2012 NILINA MASON-CAMPBELL

Better Know a Dive: Kenton Club (Underbelly Bender #7)

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Who doesn't love dive bars? Nobody, that's who—although few love a good dive as much as And And And's Bim Ditson. That's why he put together the Underbelly Bender, a six-week crosstown concert series dedicated to celebrating Portland bands and the bars that nurture them. In conjunction, each week here at wweek.com we will be profiling the hosting bar and its local music history. For the full ...   More
 
Friday, December 30, 2011 MATTHEW SINGER

We Know What You're Reading

The most popular stories on wweek.com in 2011.


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Among its many other crimes against journalism, the Internet has shown writers and editors what people really want to read when no one is looking. We now know that a slide show called “10 Reason   More
 
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 RUTH BROWN

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