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No Phone, 1000 Swords, William Ingrid

MITCH LILLIE
9 pm., Thursday July 18 | Call venue for ticket information.
Valentines
232 SW Ankeny St.
 
[USERNAME: FREAK4U_82] Detuned, unhinged weirdos No Phone seek attentive, patient audience for local experimental showcase. Likes: Debord, struggle, chimes over clean guitars and long walks on the beach interrupted by tidal waves carrying fragments of abused motherboards. Dislikes: Realism, uncut flowers, telecommunications and cats. A typical Friday night: Checking out a great new Thai place or playing Live at the Montreal Folk Festival, August 3, 2018. (It’s our album released this year. We’re zany like that, and hope you are, too.) Sing softly and inquire within. Email only please. 

Where: Valentines
Phone: 248-1600
Address: 232 SW Ankeny St.
Website: http://www.valentinespdx.com/

 
 

Valentines

232 SW Ankeny St.
Portland, OR
97204
 
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