I Think I Was There

An oral history of Satyricon.


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In 1983, Portland’s Chinatown was, by all accounts, a real shithole. Peppered with empty lots, boarded-up storefronts and dealers pushing cocaine and heroin as casually as a grocery store clerk might ask “paper or plastic?”—it was a part of town best avoided altogether. It was in the heart of this dubious neighborhood that George Touhouliotis, a 36-year-old Greek immigrant and former cab driver with a fondness for poetry and rebellious youth culture, opened an equally dirty bar called Satyricon...   More
 
Wednesday, October 27, 2010 CASEY JARMAN, MICHAEL MANNHEIMER, JAY HORTON

Live Review: Sebadoh and Quasi (in Comic Form!)

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Music
Last Thursday was a trip down memory lane for a lot of mid-30s indie rock fans. Touring with most of its original lineup, Sebadoh slayed the Wonder Ballroom with a set heavy on material from 1994's Bakesale, the band's landmark album and a calling card for indie rock to this day. Local musician/artist Jack Lewis was so inspired by finally seeing Sebadoh that he made a four panel comic strip review ...   More
 
Thursday, February 17, 2011 JACK LEWIS

VIDEO: Quasi, "Repulsion"


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Friday, April 2, 2010 CASEY JARMAN

LocalCut at South By Southwest: Wednesday and Thursday


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It's that time of year again: Time for tacos, sunburns, deafness and lots of beers they don't sell back home. That's right, it's SXSW, America's zaniest music festival! And your WW music staff—Casey Jarman and Michael Mannheimer—are right in the shit-storm middle of it, trying to find time to blog between the free drinks and loud bands. Boo-hoo, we know. So without further ado, here's what ...   More
 
Friday, March 19, 2010 Local Cut

Almost Live: Wizards at Blazers


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Tonight is one of the most exciting nights in all of sports, the kind of night that kids across this great country dream about while shooting baskets in their driveway, the kind of night that breaks hearts, that makes legends, that makes us all believe in Cinderella and miracles. I am, of course, talking about SXSW. That's where your usual Blazer bloggers, Casey Jarman and Michael Mannheimer, ...   More
 
Friday, March 19, 2010 AARON MESH

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