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  • May
    20 Mon
    MOVED TO ALADDIN THEATER: Royel Otis: PRATTS & PAIN - North America Tour 2024
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    MOVED TO ALADDIN THEATER: Royel Otis: PRATTS & PAIN - North America Tour 2024

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
    w/ Girl and Girl



    After forming in 2019 and drip-feeding music into the world ever since, Royel Otis continue their rise to the top. Recently, they were nominated as Breakthrough Artist for the 2023 ARIA Awards, the recognition following a sold-out multiple-date national tour, a debut performance at Splendour in the Grass, and a rapturous sold out UK and European tour, including performances at Leeds and Reading Festival, Electric Picnic, Pukkelpop, End of the Road and more, all achieved in the first half of 2023 - and in support of their third EP, Sofa Kings. From cleaning up ‘Ones to Watch’ lists by the likes of Matt Wilkinson at Apple Music 1, NME, and the Daily Telegraph, breaking into the US Alternative radio chart top 40, to earning Spotify’s RADAR Artist recognition, and being featured in Vogue and GQ, Royel Otis only continue their ascending trajectory. 
     
    Sofa King’s singles “Kool Aid”, “Sofa King”, “Going Kokomo” and “I Wanna Dance With You” were quick to receive international and local press adoration from Paper Mag, Purple Sneakers, NME, consistent airplay from BBC Radio 1, Apple Music 1 and the status of Triple J’s #1 Most Played track. Produced by Chris Collins and Royel Otis, the EP delivered visceral stories and quick wit atop blissful guitar-fuzzed haze, landing in major playlists such as Ultimate Indie, All New Indie, DOPAMINE and Today’s Indie Rock (including featuring on the cover). The record followed the band’s sophomore EP Bar ‘N Grill in 2022, which saw the pair grace the covers of global playlists including Indie Arrivals and Supersound, Apple Music’s Heaps Indie and more, amassing over 10 million streams, and garnered widespread playlisting support across Australian community radio, US college radio and BBC Radio 6. The band earned a slot in this year’s triple j’s Hottest 200 for “Oysters In My Pocket”. Meanwhile, earlier this year, they joined Groovin the Moo’s 2023 touring lineup and as supports on alt-j's Australian tour. 
     
    They are ready to end 2023 in sizzling style, as they sling “Fried Rice” ahead of their debut album, PRATTS & PAIN arriving early next year.



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  • May
    21 Tue
    Cedric Burnside: Hill Country Love Tour
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Cedric Burnside: Hill Country Love Tour

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $20.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: January 12, 2024 10:00 AM to May 21, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    The official credit tells it like it is. “Recorded in an old building in Ripley, Mississippi” – that’s all the info we get, and all that we need. 


    When Cedric Burnside prepared to record Hill Country Love, the follow-up to his 2021 Grammy-winning album I Be Trying, he set up shop in a former legal office located in a row of structures in the seat of Tippah County, a town with 5,000 residents that’s known as the birthplace of the Hill Country Blues style. 


    “That building was actually going to be my juke joint. Everything was made out of wood, which made the sound resonate like a big wooden box,” said Burnside. He called up producer Luther Dickinson (co-founder of the acclaimed North Mississippi Allstars and the son of legendary Memphis producer/musician Jim Dickinson), who brought recording equipment into the empty space. “We recorded in the middle of a bunch of rubbish – wood everywhere and garbage cans,” Burnside says. “We just laid everything out the way and recorded the album right there.” 


    The 14 songs on the record were finished in two days, but in addition to being satisfied with the sound, Burnside believes that Hill Country Love represents real creative progress. “Every time I write an album, it's always different,” he says. “I'm always looking to express myself a little bit better than I did on the last one and talk about more things happen in my life. I think that every day that you’re able to open your eyes, life is gonna throw you something to write about and to talk about. 


    “So on this album,” he continues, “I'm a little bit more upfront and direct, because I went through some crazy feelings with family and with friends. Winning the Grammy was awesome, but people tend to treat you a little different when things like that happen.”

    Certainly, plenty of things have happened in Cedric Burnside’s life since he went on the road at age 13, drumming for his grandfather, the pioneering bluesman R.L. Burnside. His two albums before I Be Trying – 2015’s Descendants of Hill Country and 2018’s Benton County Relic – were both nominated for Grammys. He has also appeared in several films, including Tempted and Big Bad Love (both released in 2001) and the 2006 hit Black Snake Moan, and he played the title character in 2021’s Texas Red.





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  • May
    22 Wed
    Colby Acuff
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Colby Acuff

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $17.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 9, 2024 8:00 AM to May 22, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
    Sometimes it seems like country has forgotten its wild roots – or least outgrown them, changing as it has to reflect an ever-evolving world. Then there’s a guy like Colby Acuff. A fourth generation Idaho native with a rugged spirit true to his mountain home, honest-to-a-fault lyrics and a sound as raw as the remote wilderness, Acuff’s untamed brand of country stands proudly apart in today’s format, pure and untouched by modern gimmicks. Self-taught and largely self-contained, he’s already used it to find success on his own terms. Just don’t expect him to follow the pack. “If you wanna do something right, you’ve gotta do it yourself,” Acuff says, speaking with the hardscrabble charm of an old-soul troubadour. Hailing from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, a Rocky Mountain oasis near the very top of the continental U.S., that proudly-independent attitude forms the heart of Acuff’s outgoing personality – and a creative drive stretching all the way back. Growing up, Acuff was always busy with three things – fishing, duck hunting and making music – and it was music that captured his imagination. He learned piano at 5, drums at 9 and guitar at 11, took the stage for the first time at 12 and was even writing songs by 15 – and even those early efforts were unique, inspired by bold artistic outliers. Favorites included bluegrass trailblazers like Flatt & Scruggs, who broke away from the great Bill Monroe to go their own way, plus country “outlaws” like Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson – some of the first to successfully buck the Nashville system. Even modern-day mavericks like Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers have his admiration, although Acuff has always followed his own winding path. So winding, in fact, he eventually wondered what else he could do ... and with typical go-your-own-way flair, went and found out.


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  • May
    25 Sat
    Young Fresh Fellows
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Young Fresh Fellows

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $16.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 20, 2024 10:00 AM to May 25, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    w/ Reverse Cowgirl



    Unsung heroes of the Seattle rock community, the Young Fresh Fellows were one of the first independent bands from the rainy city to earn a nationwide reputation in the 1980s, gaining an enthusiastic cult following and the approval of critics. Few bands were more admired by their peers than the Fellows, and their skewed but tuneful mix of British Invasion-era pop, garage rock, offbeat humor, and pop culture obsessiveness had a long shelf life, with the band still making joyful noise four decades after they began. 


    Originally comprised of vocalist/bassist Scott McCaughey, guitarist Chuck Carroll, and drummer Tad Hutchison, the Young Fresh Fellows were formed in 1983 and debuted in 1984 with The Fabulous Sounds Of The Pacific Northwest, an understated pop nugget featuring whimsical numbers including "Teenage Dogs in Trouble," "Power Mowers Theme," and "Rock and Roll Pest Control,” produced by honorary Fellow Conrad Uno at his basement/garage Egg Studios.


    After recruiting bassist Jim Sangster to allow frontman McCaughey to switch over to guitar, the Fellows followed with 1985’s Topsy Turvy (gathering a rave review from Rolling Stone) and their first national tour. 1987's The Men Who Loved Music was their breakthrough release, with the absurd college radio hit “Amy Grant,” solidified the band's cult following.  The Replacements’ Paul Westerberg considered the Fellows kindred spirits, and the two groups often toured in tandem.


    After 1988's Totally Lost, Carroll left the group. In the wake of his departure, the remaining three Fellows issued an authorized bootleg arguably-titled Beans And Tolerance, before enlisting Fastbacks kingpin Kurt Bloch for 1989's roaring This One’s For The Ladies (with fan faves “Taco Wagon,” Bloch’s “Lost Track Of Time” and Kinks cover “Picture Book”), followed by a slew of 45s on various U.S. and international labels.






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  • May
    28 Tue
    John Craigie performs The Beatles "Lonely Rubber Soul"
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    John Craigie performs The Beatles "Lonely Rubber Soul"

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $30.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 9, 2024 10:00 AM to May 28, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Portland, OR based singer-songwriter, John Craigie, covers the entire Beatles album 'Rubber Soul' with his unique "Lonely" blend of wit, humor, history and stories told between each beloved song. Five special guests will open the show, each playing one non 'Rubber Soul' Beatles' song. 


    Much like community, music nourishes us mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It also invites us to come together under the same roof and in a shared moment. In similar fashion, John Craigie rallies a closeness around music anchored by his expressive and stirring songcraft, emotionally charged vocals, lively soundscapes, and uncontainable spirit.






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  • May
    29 Wed
    John Craigie performs The Beatles "Lonely Rubber Soul"
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    John Craigie performs The Beatles "Lonely Rubber Soul"

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $30.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 9, 2024 10:00 AM to May 29, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Portland, OR based singer-songwriter, John Craigie, covers the entire Beatles album 'Rubber Soul' with his unique "Lonely" blend of wit, humor, history and stories told between each beloved song. Five special guests will open the show, each playing one non 'Rubber Soul' Beatles' song. 


    Much like community, music nourishes us mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It also invites us to come together under the same roof and in a shared moment. In similar fashion, John Craigie rallies a closeness around music anchored by his expressive and stirring songcraft, emotionally charged vocals, lively soundscapes, and uncontainable spirit.




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    ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLEASE, DOUBLE CHECK YOUR ORDER BEFORE PURCHASING. NO REFUNDS.

    MOSTLY STANDING / LIMITED BALCONY SEATING

    THIS EVENT IS 21+

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  • May
    31 Fri
    dada
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    dada

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $30.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: December 8, 2023 9:00 AM to May 31, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
    w/ Kimmi Bitter



    Since the release of dada’s groundbreaking 1992 debut Puzzle, the trio has created an array of songs boasting progressive rock musicianship, dazzling vocal harmonies and melodic power pop layered with inspired psychedelic and experimental rock impulses. Adding to the trio’s groundbreaking line of attack are the marathon-length shows that deliver on the promise that every performance is the only one of its kind.

    Three decades after the Los Angeles outfit embarked on its singular journey, singer-guitarist Michael Gurley, singer-bassist Joie Calio and drummer Phil Leavitt are celebrating dada’s 30th anniversary.

    “dada is about digging into our roots, examining and celebrating it.” Says Calio.

    Puzzle was released on September 8, 1992, and it didn’t take long for the band’s sonic imprint to find an audience. The album’s first single “Dizz Knee Land” found widespread airplay on alternative and mainstream rock outlets cracking the Top 5 on the Modern Rock Single’s chart and pushing the album’s sales to over 1,000,000 worldwide. The band was soon touring around the globe, opening for the celebrated likes of Crowded House, Depeche Mode and Sting.

    “People always ask, ‘Do you still talk to each other after all these years?’ So that’s really why I wanted to commemorate it because no matter the size of the career if you can stick together and still have a desire to play music together you have accomplished something” explains Leavitt.

    Dada was founded when Gurley and Calio began writing songs and performing as an acoustic duo in the late ‘80s. But from the beginning, their approach was unique amidst the onslaught of ‘90s bands featuring lead singers and mostly generic backing bands.

    “Joie and I were both lead singers. But we really found quickly that harmonies were going to be a big strength for us,” recalled Gurley, noting both he and Calio are fans of Simon & Garfunkel’s pioneering harmonies.

    Gurley noted that once they recruited Leavitt, they were able to blend the thunderous power of trios such as Cream with the artful harmony-minded songcraft of Simon & Garfunkel.


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  • Jun
    2 Sun
    Jeffrey Martin / Jeffrey Foucault
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Jeffrey Martin / Jeffrey Foucault

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $22.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: March 1, 2024 10:00 AM to June 2, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Jeffrey Martin

    On a small corner lot in southeast Portland, Oregon, Jeffrey Martin holed up through the winter recording his quietly potent new album Thank God We Left The Garden. Long nights bled into mornings in the tiny shack he built in the backyard, eight feet by ten feet. What began as demos meant for a later visit to a proper studio became the album itself, spare and intimate and true. Recorded live and alone around two microphones, Jeffrey often held his breath to wait for the low diesel hum of a truck to pass one block over on the busy thoroughfare. During the coldest nights, he timed recording between the clicks of the oil coil heater cycling on and off.


    Martin's fourth full length album, Thank God We Left The Garden comes out on Portland's beloved Fluff and Gravy Records Nov __. He produced and engineered it himself, recalling, "There was a magic quality to the sounds I was getting in the shack with these two cheap microphones, some lucky recipe of time and place that allowed my voice and the way I play guitar and the shape of these new songs to come together with the kind of honesty I was craving."



    Jeffrey Foucault 

    Described as “Contemporary and timeless…” by THE NEW YORK TIMES, and “Quietly brilliant…” by THE IRISH TIMES, Jeffrey Foucault mines the darker seams of American music to create a haunting and visceral collision of rock, country, folk, and blues. In two decades on the road across the United States and Europe he’s released a string of critically acclaimed albums showcasing a tersely elegant brand of songwriting, moving seamlessly between full-throated rock’n’roll and plaintive, intimate solo pieces to inhabit the borderlands of heartbreak and memory.


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     Public Onsale:
    10:00 AM
    Mar 1, 2024
  • Jun
    6 Thu
    Yard Act
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Yard Act

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $22.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: October 27, 2023 10:00 AM to June 6, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    w/ Font



    Yard Act

    What do you do when everything you’ve ever wanted suddenly lands in your lap, but the questions still keep on coming?


    Since first steering their golden Rover into swift public acclaim back in 2020, Leeds quartet Yard Act have become one of the great indie success stories of the decade so far. Along the way, they’ve ticked off milestones ranging from a Number Two chart placing and Mercury Prize nomination for debut album ‘The Overload’, to a co-sign from Elton John who joined the band to guest on a string-laden reworking of album closer ‘100% Endurance’. 


    Yet, whilst the band’s trajectory continuously shot upwards, vocalist James Smith and his wife had also welcomed in a son. And it’s this duelling sense of responsibility and ambition, guilt, love, drive and everything in between that forms the narrative backbone of brilliantly exploratory second album ‘Where’s My Utopia’. 


    Written in snapshots of time between a relentless touring schedule, and produced jointly by the band and Gorillaz’ Remi Kabaka Jr, the quartet’s second act is a giant leap forward into broad and playful new sonic waters. “The main reason that ‘post-punk’ was the vehicle for Album One was because it was really affordable to do, but we always liked so much other music and this time we've had the confidence to embrace it,” James explains. Across the record, influences ranging from Fela Kuti to Ennio Moricone via Spiller’s ‘00s pop smash ‘Groovejet’ make themselves known.


    It’s a celebratory palette upon which Smith allowed himself to reach lyrically deeper into himself than ever. Gone, largely, are the outward-facing character studies of yore, replaced with a set of songs that stare fully into the headlights of life, wrangling with the frontman’s own fears and foibles to create a sort of Promethean narrative - but with jokes. “You can commit to the idea that we’re just animals who eat and fuck and then we die, and that’s fine,” he suggests. “But for me, creativity always seems to be the best way of articulating the absolute minefield of what human existence is.”


    Font

    Font started playing shows in Austin in the spring of 2022. By the time they released “Sentence I” that November, their frenetic, collagist live shows had gained enough notoriety to regularly fill rooms. They draw inspiration from art rock, dance music, post punk, disco, and electronic music. “Font believes that ‘the medium is the message,’” writes Mars Salazar in the Austin Chronicle, “…culminating in this radical act being a favorite among other musicians in the underground scene.” Font is composed of Thom Waddill, Jack Owens, Anthony Laurence, Logan Wagner, and Roman Parnell.


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    MOSTLY STANDING / LIMITED BALCONY SEATING

    THIS EVENT IS 21+

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  • Jun
    7 Fri
    Beyond The Blinds
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Beyond The Blinds

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $30.00
    VIP MEET & GREET: $60.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    VIP MEET & GREET Public Onsale: February 13, 2024 9:00 AM to June 3, 2024 12:00 AM
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 16, 2024 10:00 AM to June 7, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION


    Beyond The Blinds is the love child of two pop culture lovers, Troy and Kelli. The two take you beyond the "celebrity blinds" and dive deeper into the dark side of Hollywood. This podcast is full of scandal, intrigue, and gossip surrounding your favorite celebrities. Beyond The Blinds is consistently in the top 10 under Entertainment News on Apple Podcasts and has been heard in over 50 countries around the world.”



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    GENERAL ADMISSION & FULLY SEATED


    THIS EVENT IS 21+ 


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    $30.00 - $60.00
  • Jun
    8 Sat
    William Elliott Whitmore
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    William Elliott Whitmore

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $18.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 2, 2024 10:00 AM to June 8, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    w/ Another Glory


    A man armed only with a banjo and a bass drum can be a formidable force, especially if his name is William Elliott Whitmore.  With his powerful voice and honest approach, Whitmore comes from the land, growing up on a family farm in Lee County, Iowa.  Still living on the same farm today, Whitmore has truly taken the time to discover where his center lies, and from that he will not be moved.


     

    Whitmore has repeatedly carved his own path, honoring the longstanding tradition of folk music throughout his nearly 20 year career, while always allowing his blues, soul and punk rock influences to shine through.  Getting his first break opening for his friend’s hardcore band with just a banjo in hand, he would discover bands like The Jesus Lizard, Bad Brains, Lungfish and Minutemen and soon learn to play his own brand of rural, roots music with that same DIY ethic.


     

    William Elliott Whitmore has been back and forth across the United States and to cities around the world.  He’s toured with such diverse acts as Frank Turner, Trampled By Turtles, Clutch and Chris Cornell to name a few.  He’s appeared on some of the biggest stages around the world including Stagecoach Fest, Byron Bluesfest (Australia) and End of the Road Fest (UK).  His willingness to take his show to any playing field has proved invaluable as he turned strangers to diehards with every performance






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    THIS EVENT IS 21+

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  • Jun
    9 Sun
    Marguerite: A solo show by Maggie Winters
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Marguerite: A solo show by Maggie Winters

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $20.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 21, 2024 10:00 AM to June 9, 2024 10:00 PM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Directed by her Southside-Irish blood relatives, Bart and Liam Winters, Maggie Winters? solo show Marguerite will explore her life, her laugh, and her love! 


    Throughout this hourlong journey, Maggie will tackle difficult subjects like depression and body image, while also ranting about Subway meatballs and her four-year abstinence from drinking water (all while tying this in with her deep-rooted Chicago heritage)!


    Marguerite premiered in March 2023 at Sleeping Village in Chicago, IL to a sold-out audience. Building off of this initial demand, Maggie added subsequent showings at Color Club (also in Chicago), Dynasty Typewriter in Los Angeles, and was selected as a featured show at the 2023 New York Comedy Festival.


    BIO:


    Maggie Winters is a Chicago-fried comedian turned internet personality best known under the moniker @saggiesplinters. With training through both Second City and iO Chicago, Maggie quickly transitioned her talents from the stage to online where she immediately amassed thousands of followers through her unique online characters. In the live space, Maggie is credited with performing with the likes of Colin Jost, Meg Stalter, Hannah Einbinder, Matt Rogers, and Paul F Tompkins. 

     

    In 2023, Maggie was named as a Stand-Up New Face at the 2023 Just for Laughs Festival [hollywoodreporter.com], and made her TV debut recurring on Season 3 of THE RIGHTEOUS GEMSTONES (HBO) opposite Adam Devine. She then concluded the year by being included as one of Vulture?s Comedians You Should & Will Know 2023. [vulture.com].



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    THIS EVENT IS 21+ 


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  • Jun
    12 Wed
    Ghostly Kisses
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Ghostly Kisses

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $20.00

    TICKET SALE DATES
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 2, 2024 7:00 AM to June 12, 2024 10:00 PM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Music has always been around Margaux Sauvé, born in Quebec to a family of musicians; she picked up the violin at the tender age of five. Moving on to the Conservatoire in Quebec, she quit due to “missing the fun part of it” but still loved music so started to play violin in local bands. Singing came a bit later as she thought that “to be a singer you had to have a powerful voice and be loud”, something that doesn’t come naturally to her as a quiet, thoughtful person. Alongside this, the pop music on the radio whilst growing up in Quebec wasn’t connecting with her, so it wasn’t until she started to write music whilst studying psychology at University that the creativity and desire to express revealed itself: “it just opened a completely new path for me”. 


    Writing music as Ghostly Kisses arrived at a moment where Margaux was in “a living situation I was not able to get out of. A toxic relationship where I had a hard time understanding what was happening.” With this knowledge, it is understandable that most of her early music has a sorrowful but exploratory mood; knowing there were things she needed to express, but not understanding quite how instinctively she was writing until years later it became apparent what she was singing about.
    And now, with ‘Heaven, Wait’, her mesmeric debut album ready for release, her songwriting has developed to the point that this is the first time she has written and felt like she was part of the conversation. Able to view herself with an external eye, the album reflects transitions and rebirth - still talking about difficult situations, but with the ability to cast someone else in the lead role, giving the music a deeply personal yet starkly universal appeal. One which Margaux feels has come from “a more mature, adult way of looking at it.”

    Identifying key themes of the album, Margaux frames the album artwork within the context of the songs as being “from water towards the air, there’s a lot of dark around me and I’m just going through to the light.”  And that feels like the crux of the album, that nothing is perfect - there are always difficult situations, but it is about trusting the process and working hard towards something positive.

    All the songs on ‘Heaven, Wait’ talk at some point about a transition or a relationship she had to work on, not wanting to be stuck in a situation forever. Whilst the story of the album is an intensely personal journey, it’s the first time we find Margaux writing about excitement and desire. We also hear her develop as an artist with liberating songs that can be danced to amongst the darker, more melodramatic songs she has built her name on.



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  • Jun
    13 Thu
    Six Organs Of Admittance
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Six Organs Of Admittance

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $20.00

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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 26, 2024 7:00 AM to June 13, 2024 12:00 AM

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    w/ Ilyas Ahmed

    WithTime is Glass,Six Organs of Admittance is captured once again in the intricate tangle oft he fretboards, soaring in open skies above. Like lens flare cutting through the speakers; spider-webs cracking the windshield that holds back all the onrushing reality. Blowing the dust away,cutting a new path for cognition. As is always endeavored....After 20 years of living on the road in different places,Six Organs of Admittance had returned home to Humboldt County—a far country, to some, but still part of the world through which creatures of all kinds are moving through and con-tributing to. And some of them are human. Alone together—forming connection and exchange ou tof thought and expression—no different from the people on the other side of the Redwood Cur-tain. It was there, whereSix Organs had long ago emerged, in the name of everything cycling,of circles that spiral concentrically and remain unbroken, the new music was conceived.In moments, it was as if the future had some-how wrapped around 360 degrees; elsewhere,t he systems and patterns inside the writing andrecording only became evident later—like a rec-ognition that cumulus and nimbus clouds which passed through the sky the day before contained familiar shapes. Informing the songs accordingly as he went, Ben picked up on modes both musi-cal and lyrical, threading backward through the time ofSix Organs of Admittance. Almost mar-inating in it as a way of life. Working on the music and the vocals, then spending some time with them while stepping away from them. Walking thedog and coming back to them.Time is Glass is made of that kind of time. Alone time



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  • Jun
    17 Mon
    Middle Kids
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Middle Kids

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $22.50

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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 16, 2024 10:00 AM to June 17, 2024 12:00 AM

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    There is a question at the heart of “Faith Crisis Pt 1”, the third album from Sydney’s emotive indie trio Middle Kids. Over 13 propulsive, ecstatic and gorgeous tracks, songwriter and vocalist Hannah Joy attempts to tease out the question of belief; the breaking of it, and how it is rebuilt.


    Co-produced by Tim Fitz and Jonathan Gilmore (The 1975, Beabadoobee), Joy and bandmates Fitz and Harry Day masterfully express the sensation of being overwhelmed, swept up and dragged down in songs that exalt and lift you higher.


    “Faith Crisis Pt 1” is brimming with yearning, angst, pop brightness, belief in love and reassurance that even from the bottom, it’s possible to believe in beautiful things.


    Middle Kids’ last album Today We’re The Greatest won Best Rock Album at the 2021 ARIA Awards. Released at the height of the pandemic, the album garnered the band several US TV show performances including Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and The Late, Late Show with James Cordon.


    Middle Kids first gained attention in 2017 with their debut single, Edge Of Town and their debut album, Lost Friends, which won Triple J’s Best Australian Album Award in 2018. The success of their albums has also earned the band an international touring profile which has included supporting shows with the likes of Bloc Party, Kings of Leon, War on Drugs and Cold War Kids and festivals such as The Governors Ball, Lollapalooza, Osheaga Festival and many more.




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  • Jun
    21 Fri
    Radiation City
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Radiation City

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $20.00

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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: January 23, 2024 10:00 AM to June 21, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    Radiation City was a lovely force, relentlessly touring, playing their guts out all over the US, Canada, Mexico, and EU for the 7 years they were a band. Their DIY approach led to lasting connections with those that listened and attended shows. Now after 7 years apart, and after much change in their lives and the lives of those that enjoyed their music, 4 of the members have decided they will play again and rekindle the magic they once created (and 2 of the members have also decided to get married).

     

    To describe their music would be, and has always been, difficult. But to quote previous bios, “It's like your parents' record collection was aboard the Event Horizon…”, or, “… a time capsule has been discovered in a near post-apocalyptic future and this is the music you’d find inside…”

     

    Radiation City formed in early 2010 with Cameron Spies (Night Heron) and Lizzy Ellison (Cardioid). Their first album, The Hands That Take You, was born out of this collaboration, and was self-recorded in Spies’ family cabin in Trout Lake, WA with the help and addition of third member, Randy Bemrose (Junkface). After a tape release under Spies/Ellison tape label, Apes Tapes, and a few well-received shows, RC was quickly swooped up by local record label, Tender Loving Empire, with a re-release of THTTY in 2011. With the record receiving promising hope from the indie world, 2 more members were added to the mix with Patti King (The Shins) and Matt Rafferty (The Shotgun). With the help of TLE, 2 more records followed: Cool Nightmare (2012) and Animals in the Median (2013), all self-recorded in living rooms, cabins, haciendas, farms, and grandparents' homes. More touring, festivals, collaborations, and long drives devoured their lives for the better part of 3 years. 2016 saw the final full-length from the band, Synesthetica, released with long-time indie label, Polyvinyl Records (recorded with John Vanderslice/mixed by Jeremy Sherrer). After creating many memories, albums, and relationships, the band decided to somewhat abruptly end in the fall of 2016 after a long national and European tour in support of Synesthetica. They have since put out music, CODA (2018) and a few pandemic singles, all with Polyvinyl, and all recorded before the band had parted ways.

     

    Highlights of the bands' time together include: opening for The Flaming Lips on the the Waterfront in PDX in 95 degree weather and then dancing in costumes on stage for The Lips' performance; playing in Tijuana for a packed house in a backyard transformed into a projectionist's dream; performing at an art museum in Vienna after procuring a vintage analog synth in the countryside; house-sitting at a farm and recording their third record, then building a historic Thanksgiving Turduckin with a selected trio from the chickens, ducks, and turkeys they had helped take care of.



     

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  • Jun
    27 Thu
    Pony Bradshaw
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Pony Bradshaw

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $20.00

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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 23, 2024 10:00 AM to June 27, 2024 12:00 AM

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    On his new album North Georgia Rounder, Pony Bradshaw leads the listener on an exploration of the woods, rivers, and mountains of Appalachia, more specifically, the area for which the album is named and he’s called home for the past 15 years. “It’s got its hooks in me,” Bradshaw says of North Georgia, and it shows, with songs that quickly establish a setting, much like the one he initiated with the album’s predecessor, Calico Jim. The sonic excursion includes stops along the Conasauga River, visits to the holler, and a few diversions—nearby Knoxville plays a supporting role, as do Louisiana and Arkansas. It’s an impressionistic journey of introspection and connection all at once.


    Will Stewart's tastefully-understated guitar leads and Philippe Bronchtein's atmospheric pedal steel provide the perfect backdrop for Bradshaw's impassioned vocals in lead-off track "Foxfire Wine." Its swampy, bluesy intro makes way for an interesting amalgamation of Sturgill Simpson and The Grateful Dead, serving as the perfect aperitif for “a hell of a heaven and a hell of a show.” From that point on till the album wraps with the aptly titled “Notes on a River Town,” not only do you see and hear North Georgia, you even smell and taste it.


    Take, for example, "Safe in the Arms of Vernacular," a pensive, melancholy track that delights all the senses and is reminiscent of Ray Lamontagne’s mellow side. When Bradshaw sings of the “bonafide gas mask” his Dad brought back from Desert Storm and describes the Saudi Arabian sand as turning to “glass sharp as a sultan’s sword,” one can almost see it. As quickly as it sets the ever-vivid stage, the track shifts its focus to a waitress downtown. "Draped in Bedouin gown, smoking Kent cigarettes in the underground" in an attempt to "escape all those voices," she naturally drinks white wine—"Riesling room temp from a coffee cup," to be exact.










    A voracious reader, Bradshaw credits his talent for expressing such rich details in his songs not so much to other songwriters but instead to books, fiction, short stories, essays, and literary criticism. With such colorful descriptions as “teeth stained red with Lebanese wine, long hair ... in sweeps of oil blacker than a cypress pool,” one might assume he bases the subjects of his songs on real-life people he interacts with in North Georgia; instead, Bradshaw describes them as “nameless characters” compiled from “fragments” he’s collected, pieces that usually start with just a line or two. These fragments all add up to a remarkably cohesive 10-song collection, despite Bradshaw being a self-professed admirer of (and writer of) the non-sequitur. This is thanks in no small part to his own masterful vocal delivery and the expert musicianship of his backing band, one that includes the aforementioned Stewart and Bronchtein with Robert Green on bass, Ryan Moore on drums, and Jenna Mobley on fiddle.








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  • Jul
    3 Wed
    Horse Lords
    Soul'd Out Presents

    Horse Lords

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM
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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $20.00

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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: February 9, 2024 10:00 AM to July 3, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION



     





    Almost all bands do it backward and upside-down. They start with years of playing live, creating their music in the crucible of performance with all of its impurities and in-the-moment inspirations, before committing said music to a recording that fixes it into an ostensible, exemplary form that eternally serves as an ultimate reference. And then maybe, someday, a few albums down the road, when the tours are shorter and less frequent and the cupboard is looking a little bare, they excavate and massage some favorite board recordings into a live album to fill a gap in some capitalist imagining of “career.”

     

    Horse Lords are not like most bands. The Baltimore-founded, now internationally dispersed quartet puts performance at the center of its practice and approaches the studio as an entirely separate tool. The band’s intricate, polyrhythmic music is tightly composed and complex, leaving little room for improvisation. But elements of chance in Horse Lords’ music make it sometimes unpredictable in the moment, even to the musicians. After the pandemic forced the band to work more deliberately in the studio in composing and recording their most recent album, Comradely Objects, it felt right to assemble some recordings that both capture their galvanic performance attack and subtly interrogate the artifact of the “live album.”


    As It Happened: Horse Lords Live, then, both is and isn’t the expected live set. It does capture Andrew Bernstein (saxophone, percussion, electronics),  Owen Gardner (guitar, electronics), Sam Haberman (drums), and Max Eilbacher (bass, electronics) playing pieces familiar from their studio albums, as captured at a series of concerts across Europe spanning their multiple 2022 and 2023 tours. As It Happened  is a mediated, sometimes obviously edited presentation of a live performance that strives for a certain level of idealization. The album “makes the present infinitely repeatable,” says the band, “like a painting of a crashing wave can evoke an experience while being of a fundamentally different substance.” 

     

    Inspired in part by recordings such as Miles Davis’s heavily collaged and studio-manipulated album run from Live/Evil through to Dark Mag, the “non-documentary” art-rock supergroup album 801 Live, and even Grateful Dead’s Live Dead, Horse Lords assembled these performances in part to “convey the artifice required to make a live record sound ‘live,’” the band continues. “[It] doesn’t go far enough but hopefully can act as an invitation to think about these things.”


     



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  • Jul
    16 Tue
    Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    Sarah Shook & The Disarmers

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
    TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $18.00

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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: January 17, 2024 10:00 AM to July 16, 2024 12:00 AM

    PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

    w/ Small Paul


    It’s obvious listening to Sarah Shook and the Disarmers’ clear-eyed, biting, and unafraid songs that integrity is the most important thing to the Chapel Hill, North Carolina, country-punk outfit. “A lot of artists are in this industry for fame, recognition, and money but those things don’t mean anything to me,” says bandleader River Shook. “Songwriting is it for me. It’s the only real healthy coping mechanism I've ever had. It’s life-saving. I don't care about any superficial things when I’m making a record.” On their resonant fourth album Revelations, produced by Shook and out March 29 via Thirty Tigers, these raw and resilient tracks come first. Throughout, Shook’s deft storytelling documents regular people getting by and keeping on, all presented without filter or pretension.


    In 2022, Shook was remarkably productive. They released two albums: debut solo indie rock record Cruel Liars under the moniker Mightmare (Kill Rock Stars) and a third Disarmers full-length called Nightroamer (Thirty Tigers). Compared to every Disarmers record before that, which captured the in-the-room energy of the band with live recorded songs, the latter LP was instead more of a product of the studio with meticulous tracking sessions and an outside producer. While that effort was well-received, Shook believed the songs on Revelations deserved a more direct approach. “Since the Disarmers started in 2015, our strength has always been in our live performance,” says Shook. “To me, an album should capture the essence of a band. With this new set of songs that are all super special to me, I didn't trust anybody else to capture the songs and decide how to best serve each song.” Shook, who honed their production skills with their Mightmare LP and Izzy Ryder’s debut record, confidently took the reins during a blistering recording session, capturing 10 songs in two days.


    For Shook, it was paramount the recordings match the band’s tangible live ferocity because these songs boast their most immediate lyrics yet. “All of my writing is autobiographical, and I write everything based on my observations and experiences,” says Shook. “But there was something about Revelations that felt more personal to me. I unlocked this level of honesty with myself and an ability to be more objective about the things I struggle with daily.” Take the title track, which finds Shook singing about the precariousness of navigating mental health under capitalism. Over a rollicking, twang-hued arrangement, they sing, “Black cloud followin' me around, little storm in my head / Some days I levitate off the ground, some days I can't get outta bed.” The track doesn’t preach or romanticize. Instead, it’s galvanizing and relatable.







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  • Jul
    19 Fri
    An Evening With Jah Wobble: Metal Box - Rebuilt in Dub Tour
    Mississippi Studios Presents

    An Evening With Jah Wobble: Metal Box - Rebuilt in Dub Tour

    Portland, OR
    United States
    Doors at 8:00 PM, Show at 9:00 PM
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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $25.00

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    GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: January 19, 2024 10:00 AM to July 19, 2024 11:00 PM

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    Jah Wobble, born John Joseph Wardle on August 11, 1958, is an English bass guitarist, composer, and music producer. He gained prominence as the original bass player for Public Image Ltd (PiL), a post-punk band formed by former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon (Johnny Rotten). Jah Wobble's distinctive bass lines and experimental approach to music have made him a notable figure in the world of alternative and world music. He has a vast back catalogue , including three big anthologies .  He still tours extensively with his band The Invaders of the Heart. He also tours performing Metal Box - Rebuilt in Dub.


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