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A GOLDEN EXTRATERRESTRIAL SPACE-AGE SYNTHESIZER CEREMONY

An Audio/Visual Event and Party - WEAR GOLD!

A GOLDEN EXTRATERRESTRIAL SPACE-AGE SYNTHESIZER CEREMONY

Hustle and Drone, Gold Casio, Reptaliens

Mon, June 5

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Doug Fir Lounge

Portland, OR

$5.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Hustle and Drone
Hustle and Drone
Hustle and Drone started in February, 2012 when keyboardist Ryan Neighbors left Portugal. the man to pursue his own songwriting. He teamed up with long time friend Kirk Ohnstad and began recording and writing immediately. Hustle and Drone released its debut, self-titled EP in July, 2012, spent the next few months playing shows and even spent a month in Europe in March 2013. After 60 demos and many phone calls, the band decided to record with producer Sonny DiPerri, this was the beginning of HOLYLAND. The band spent time at beach houses and their basement in Portland in order to properly craft this record. In the summer of 2013, Kirk made his departure from the group, this brought in bassist Andy Black and made live member Ryan Moore's roll much more significant. The band is now a proper trio and is very active in Portland's local music scene. Together, the trio craft dark and catchy, beat heavy, synth driven, fuzzed out electronic rock music. They just wrapped up a music video for their lead single "The Glow" which was filmed at the MODA Center in Portland, OR. Being on an NBA Playoff court was a childhood dream come true. HOLYLAND was released September 2nd, 2014.
Hustle and Drone
Hustle and Drone
Hustle and Drone started in February, 2012 when keyboardist Ryan Neighbors left Portugal. the man to pursue his own songwriting. He teamed up with long time friend Kirk Ohnstad and began recording and writing immediately. Hustle and Drone released its debut, self-titled EP in July, 2012, spent the next few months playing shows and even spent a month in Europe in March 2013. After 60 demos and many phone calls, the band decided to record with producer Sonny DiPerri, this was the beginning of HOLYLAND. The band spent time at beach houses and their basement in Portland in order to properly craft this record. In the summer of 2013, Kirk made his departure from the group, this brought in bassist Andy Black and made live member Ryan Moore's roll much more significant. The band is now a proper trio and is very active in Portland's local music scene. Together, the trio craft dark and catchy, beat heavy, synth driven, fuzzed out electronic rock music. They just wrapped up a music video for their lead single "The Glow" which was filmed at the MODA Center in Portland, OR. Being on an NBA Playoff court was a childhood dream come true. HOLYLAND was released September 2nd, 2014.
Gold Casio
Gold Casio
GOLD CASIO COSMOLOGY: THE NUE TESTAMENT

WHEN ON HIGH, the Cosmic Mirror Ball first shot forth its multitude of exuberant lights throughout the Universe, came forth from the Chaos, Gold Casio.

Both instrument and entity, keyboard and cabal; A spectral synthesizer permutating all realms of existence, from Internet to Grave. A voice from the urban wilderness, calling out and drawing in; Into dingy basements and darkened dance clubs with visions of sweaty nights. Sweaty nights of ecstatic apparitions and psychedelic nightmares. But what came first, the Fever, or the Dream?

Heed little the human counterparts of Gold Casio, for they are but vessels, merely mechanisms through which the Disco Gods make known their final decree. Party Forever? “Amen!”

Relinquish the curtains of this reality, strip away the layers of meaninglessness until all that remains are Babes and Bass. Only then will you begin to understand.

AND should you choose to behold Gold Casio, Lo, know thine time has come. For no longer can your arms remain tightly across your chest, nor your feet remain steadfastly planted on the ground.

Possessed by sound and light, tonight you will get down. And you’re probably going to spill your drink.
Reptaliens
Reptaliens
Bambi and Cole met on a basketball court, filming a music video for a band that didn’t have any music. After dating for six months, the two were married last August under a blanket of smoke from the season’s forest fires. Reptaliens quickly evolved from a conceptual collage of ideas into the bedroom recording project for the duo, captured through analog synthesizers, electric guitars and recorded onto tape through an old karaoke machine.

As long time, active participants in the Portland music scene, Bambi and Cole call on a number of talented musicians to guest on songs throughout the entirety of Reptaliens recordings.
Inspired by sci-fi art, cult mentality and deep connections, Reptaliens create low fidelity chameleon dreamscapes somewhere between abstract expressionism and surrealism. Reptaliens is a project of exploration. Reptaliens’ first full length album “Recordings” will be available summer 2016.