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The World Radiant, A Breakthrough in Field Studies, the Low Haunts

EMILEE BOOHER
9 pm., Saturday February 02 | $6.
East End
203 SE Grand Ave.
 
[SUBDUED INDIE] There’s a quiet and understated quality to the World Radiant’s music that’s both intriguing and familiar. With a conversational and confiding tone, frontman Ross McLeron sings with ease against a simple palette of subtly sprawling acoustic and electric-guitar riffs, complementing key melodies and light percussion. The Portland band transitioned from McLeron’s solo project to a five-piece last year and subsequently released a batch of singles via Bandcamp that pave a promising path for a future full-length album. And thankfully, even with its larger roster of members, the group carefully harbors and accentuates the secretive and playful vibe that made McLeron’s early work sound so appealing. 



Where: East End
Phone: 232-0056
Address: 203 SE Grand Ave.

 
 

East End

203 SE Grand Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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