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Holocene

1001 SE Morrison St.
OR
239-7639 | Website
Neighborhood: Eastside Industrial

Nightly Wednesdays-Saturdays, some Sundays.

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Introducing: Dylan Stark


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Who: Dylan Stark (samples, digital arrangement). Sounds like: A cool, sunny, midmorning dance party on a tropical ecotour at the bittersweet end of your trip to the Amazon. For fans of: The Field, D   More
 
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 MITCH LILLIE

Album Review: Tope, Broke Boy Syndrome

Broke Boy Syndrome (Self-Released)


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[RAP CONVO] Tope is Portland’s rapper-next-door. He isn’t an abstract word-scrambler, political activist or LARPing gangsta but the guy you fall into conversation with on MAX or in the coffe   More
 
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 MATTHEW SINGER

Show Preview: Peaking Lights at Holocene, Dec. 7

A band is like a family, especially when it’s both.


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Indra Dunis’ touring partners are a bunch of crybabies. They get cranky if they’re in the van too long, never clean up their own messes and sometimes even soil themselves. She puts up with   More
 
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 MATTHEW SINGER

United Nations: Friday, Nov. 7

Geoff Rickly slaughters punk’s sacred cows—including himself.


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United Nations’ Geoff Rickly is not to blame for emo’s crimes against humanity. Historians might use his old band, Thursday, as a punching bag for the punk subgenre’s unseemly shift from h   More
 
Wednesday, November 5, 2014 PETE COTTELL

Introducing Seance Crasher


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Who: Kevin Rafn, Daniel Rafn. Sounds like: If Ween’s 2000 record, White Pepper, delved deeper into the ’80s synth-pop territory explored on the Magnetic Fields’ The Charm of the Highway Strip   More
 
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 PETE COTTELL
 
Also At Holocene
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Holocene 1001 SE Morrison St. Web | Map

Miami Horror, De Lux, Dirty Radio, Gold Casio

[NU DISCO] Australian electro-pop group Miami Horror's mostly excellent new album, All Possible Futures, is a festival-ready dance record the more cynical amo ...

8 pm | $13 advance, $16 day of show. | Age Classification: 21+
 
 
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