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Creepoid

GRACE STAINBACK
8 pm, Saturday August 30 | $10 advance, $12 day of show.
Alhambra Theatre
4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
 

[MELODIC LO-FI NOISE] No Idea Records made Gainesville, Fla., the home of the University of Florida, more than just a center of college football, beer bongs and croakies. The indie record label launched Against Me and tons of other punk acts, and is the driving force behind the Fest, a multi-venue festival that floods Gainesville’s dive bars with the Southeast's version of hipsters. Added to the Fest and other No Idea-curated bills in 2012, Philly-based Creepoid delivers stripped-down, rhythmic noise-rock reminiscent of My Bloody Valentine. On tour with Against Me! for the summer, Creepoid will surely find a scene as welcoming in Portland as it does amongst its labelmates down south.



Where: Alhambra Theatre
Phone: 610-0640
Address: 4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Website: www.alhambrapdx.com

 
 
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