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Billygoat, PWRHAUS

JONATHAN FROCHTZWAJG
9 pm., Sunday March 17 | Free.
Rontoms
600 E Burnside St.
 

[A/V CLUB] Billygoat, the local duo of multimedia artists David Klein and Nick Woolley, does play music, but this write-up should, by rights, be a few pages over in the Visual Arts section. Klein and Woolley’s atmospheric, drowsy instrumental compositions are substantive enough to require a stage-congesting array of instruments, including harp, drums and keyboard. In the end, though, the pieces can only serve as an accompaniment to Billygoat’s involved, stony stop-motion videos—the word “mind-blowing” is perfectly employed here. Take a seat beneath Rontoms’ fan and get ready to get agog.



Where: Rontoms
Phone: 236-4536
Address: 600 E Burnside St.
Website: rontoms.net

 
 

Rontoms

600 E Burnside St.
Portland, OR
 
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