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Monday, September 9, 2019

Music Live Extra Sept. 9

SATURDAY 9/14 GRLwood With a name that is not even as provocative as their bombastic, no-bullshit, call-out-heavy punk that oscillates between Bikini Kill-era shrieky garage grunge and stripped, surf-punky song constructions, GRLwood is a band to keep an eye on. This should be easy to do, since they’re rolling through the Urban Lounge in support of Portland-based freak folk legend Man Man, and playing with locals Palace of Buddies.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Music Live Extra Aug. 26

Future Scars, KIDZ BOP, Sting with Utah Symphony
SUNDAY 9/1 Future Scars, Savage Daughters, Head Portals Forget about a quiet Sunday and head over to Gold Blood Collective to see Santa Fe-based group Future Scars. The group spin together prog rock with punk and post rock, with bits and pieces of pop breaking through, that vocalist and guitarist Eliza Lutz describes as music to “make metalheads cry and indie kids head bang.” If you like heavy music shot through with a little bit of light, this is the show for you.

Monday, August 19, 2019

Music Live Extra Aug. 19

Shamarr Allen at Mystic Hot Springs, video premiere by Robyn Cage and memoryfield
Get Outta Town - Mystic Hot Springs With summer concerts winding down here in the city as August marches on into September (checking the weekend dates is a little depressing now), it’s worth looking outside the urban landscape for musical entertainment.

Monday, August 12, 2019

Music Live Extra Aug. 12

James McMurtry, Gone West, The B-52's
THURSDAY 8/15 James

Monday, August 5, 2019

Music Live Extra Aug. 5

Love Gang Forever Tour, Summer Salt
TUESDAY 8/6 Love Gang Forever Tour 2019: Cold Hart & Horse Head , Fish Narc, Yawns, Lil Zubin, Fantasy Camp If you need something to take up your entire night on Tuesday, this show will do the trick. With six acts on the lineup, four of whom are part of the Soundcloud-world born GothBoiClique, of which the late rapper Lil Peep was part.

Monday, July 29, 2019

Music Live Extra July 29

Crown the Empire, Jay Warren & Ashley Hess
MONDAY 7/29 Crown the Empire, Atilla, Veil of Maya, Gideon, HAWK, Life Right Now Anyone looking to rage can find a good place to do it Monday evening, at Crown The Empire’s Rage Fest.

Monday, July 22, 2019

Music Live Extra July 22

Still Woozy, Rodrigo y Gabriela
TUESDAY 7/23 Still Woozy Still in his grassroots stage, Sven Gamsky (better known as Still Woozy) is a self-recorded project based out of his home studio setup in Oakland, Calif. Gamsky started sharing his music on Spotify with the 2017 release of his first single, “Vacation,” before gaining traction with the release of his second single “Cooks,” which was featured on Spotify’s hand-picked popular playlists. Still Woozy became well-known after releasing his third viral hit “Goodie Bag” in the same year, launching him into the internet music scene.  Still Woozy combines a playful conversational style of singing with his own acoustic and electronic backtracks.

Monday, July 15, 2019

Music Live Extra July 15

Shawn Mendes, Hayes Carll,
TUESDAY 7/16 Shawn Mendes, Alessia Cara With Ariana Grande having left rumbling thrills in the valley after her stop here on her tour, we can now look forward to Shawn Mendes as an aftershock, a solo pop artists whose rise to fame has raced alongside Grande’s own and whose music features the same kind of passionate romantic themes that rock pop music today. Wooing fans with well-known (or oft-played) songs like “If I Can’t Have You” and “There’s No Holding Me Back” exploring the bombastic nature of uncontrollable desire with his Jonas Brothers-esque vocals, Mendes came into 2018 with a self-titled album that took a gentler turn.

Monday, July 1, 2019

Music Live Plus: Matthew Logan Vasquez, Chase Atlantic

Monday 7/1 Matthew Logan Vasquez The polished and refined sound of Matthew Logan Vasquez’s new album Light’n Up is evidence of the originality and raw creativity of Vasquez’s work. Actually, the commercial success with his former band Delta Spirit could also stand alone as a testament to his riveting artistry as a musician.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Music Live Extra

More picks for the week ahead
Dirty Revival Portland’s rich and diverse music scene is home to neo-soul group Dirty Revival, one of the best local bands touring the Pacific Northwest.

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