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Sister Mamie Foreskin, the Translucent Spiders, Consumer MP

ROBERT HAM
9 pm., Tuesday June 25 | Donations suggested.
Habesha
801 NE Broadway
 
[EXPERIMENTAL DUB] Dub is an oft-abused genre of music, with many bands trying and failing to capture the true devilish spirit of pioneers like King Tubby and Mad Professor. That’s what makes Sister Mamie Foreskin such an amazing project. The group doesn’t try to replicate the studio-based wizardry of the aforementioned producers. Instead, SMF builds new creations out of an experimental post-punk template, resulting in pitch-black creations that burble and spit like a particularly nasty witch’s brew. Do not miss opener Consumer, the moniker of Matt Palenske, who turns the one-man-band concept into a furious contact sport. 

Where: Habesha
Phone: 287-5433
Address: 801 NE Broadway

 
 

Habesha

801 NE Broadway
Portland, OR
 
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