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Old Age, Lost Cities, Soft Shadows

8:30 pm, Wednesday September 03 | $6.
Holocene
1001 SE Morrison St.
 

[DARK DAYDREAMS] Old Age is one of Portland's best rustic rock acts and Soft Shadows plays superlative dreampop that doesn't hide behind blankets of fuzz, but the true draw here is Lost Cities, a new project featuring Rex Marshall, aka Mattress, which, from what little is available online, sounds like Nick Cave crooning desert-parched torch songs as if he were auditioning to play a singing narrator on the next season of True Detective. Intrigued? You should be. 



Where: Holocene
Phone: 239-7639
Address: 1001 SE Morrison St.
Website: www.holocene.org

 
 

Holocene

1001 SE Morrison St.
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