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Scrimshander, Fanno Creek, Desert Days

MARK STOCK
9 pm., Saturday February 23 | $7.
Someday Lounge
125 NW 5th Ave.
 
[MARITIME MOODS] If Titanic taught us anything, it’s that all the fun is had at the bottom of the ship. Here, toasts are made, boisterous laughter is contagious and dancing on tables is the norm. This is the kind of setting Portland duo Peter Valois and Andy Furgeson, aka Scrimshander, belongs in. Storming to and fro from stripped-down folk (in the vein of Shakey Graves) and brawnier, partially electrified ’90s rock, the young band has a knack for the instinctive—the primal, even. Tonight, Scrimshander celebrates the vinyl release of its self-titled album, with a new music video to boot. Ales all around! 



Where: Someday Lounge
Phone: 248-1030
Address: 125 NW 5th Ave.
Website: www.somedaylounge.com

 
 

Someday Lounge

125 NW 5th Ave.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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