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INTERVIEW Dan Bern: American Badass? If the nation doesn't embrace this cult-fave folkie, the terrorists have already won. For the past half-decade, irascible Dan Bern has stirred up a sleepy fo ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 5, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

Proudly voted out of the tribe.


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PREVIEW The Perfect Storm Seattle's Pretty Girls Make Graves brews a hardcore tempest. As if to make it clear that Pretty Girls Make Graves is a collaborative project--no songwriter-guitarist-fasc ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 21, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

Is Quiet Really the New Loud?


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PREVIEW Ladies & Gentlemen, We're Floating in Space Spiritualized = CosmicMost articles about Spiritualized focus on the band's gigantic sound. That's understandable. On record and, especial ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 7, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

Music news, views and plain ol' bad attitudes.


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PREVIEW Deutsch Bags Your Guide to the Beer and Music of Oktoberfest 2001 (Portland Branch). Ah, Oktoberfest: plump frauleins, tuba bands, miles of sausage, seas of malty goodness. The real deal ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 12, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

all the news that gives you fits


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MUSIC & NIGHTLIFE Hiss & VinegarMAYHEM COPS, HIP-HOP FANS GRAPPLE AT ROSELAND In the early morning hours of Sunday, Aug. 19, the aftermath of a Roseland Theater hip-hop show headlined by Living Le ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 29, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

All the music that (gives you) fits.


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REVIEW The Lost Sounds: A Doomed Broadcast from Deep SpaceThese days, scores of bands seem to be falling all over themselves in variously successful attempts to resurrect the twitchy skinny-tie vib ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 22, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

All the music that (gives you) fits.


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THE DECEMBERISTS: Young Pioneers in a Folk/Pop Revolt. PREVIEW The song starts like this: "My mother was a Chinese trapeze artist in Paris prewar/ Smuggling bombs to the underground." And if that ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 15, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

All the music that (gives you) fits.


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PREVIEW Lost Worlds Take Over Horning's HideoutEach year, subculturally adventurous Oregonians drive hundreds of miles into a wasteland to witness Burning Man's post-pagan art conflagration. Howeve ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 8, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff

All the music that (gives you) fits.


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SUNSET VALLEY: THE PRODIGALS RETURN PREVIEWWith its intensely singable melodies and oddball lyrics, along with frontman Herman Jolly's lovable binges of unearthly falsetto, Portland's Sunset Valley ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 25, 2001 Willamette Week Music Staff
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