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Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Jason Consolacion
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/jasonconsolacion/
Venue name: 
Arlene's Grocery
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New Orion Freeman Record Available for Streaming & Purchase

Singer-songwriter Orion Freeman captures an isolated vulnerability and warmth on his latest record Morning Son. Sparse instrumentation ventures into the dimly-lit memories and thoughts of one's mind. In the midst of those continuous evaluations, an ember of hope remains. The storytelling and heartfelt harmony soak in and ruminate.





Mood Music: When We Met - "Ride the Tide"

When We Met brings a loving dynamic back into rock. The duo, consisting of Bryan Casey and Melissa, create fully textered sounds with just the two of them. Sounds are created on a solely collaborative basis by the two songwriters and musicians, who also record and produce everything all themselves. Aside from the occasional use of a drummer, When We Met is a true DIY effort of blending indie, alternative rock and electro pop elements.

Keeping the band as stripped down as possible has meant that Bryan and Melissa have developed an even better stage presence, with a certain intimacy to their chemistry that can only be achieved by working so well together. See for yourselves during When We Met's free show at Slim's on Saturday, along with Avalanche Lily and Rascal Miles. Give "Ride the Tide" a listen below.





Support Cat Hoch's Full Length Album and Show Tonight

Everyone has got to know about Cat Hoch and her band by now.

Hoch, along with bassist Theo Craig, guitarist Eric Sabatino, synth and vocalist Anna Tyler and Adam Breeden on drums, has established a top slot in Portland's music scene over the last couple years. Coming out leading in best new band polls, getting premium bookings at local music festivals and clocking in hours of hard work in general have kept Hoch and her band in the eyes of a music adoring public. The band is currently reaching out to fans for help and if it all works out, fans will be pleasantly delighted.

Thank goodness this isn't coming in the wake of an equipment theft like Hoch's last crowdfunding campaign. Instead, Hoch is reaching out in hopes of raising enough money to produce and release a full length album. Recording isn't the easiest or inexpensive feat, so Hoch's GoFundMe is asking for $4,000 to hop back in the studio with one of Portland's finest - Riley Geare.

More details into the prizes offered are given on the GoFundMe page, but include cute prizes like "a physical copy of the EP, as well as a digital download of the new record and a vociemail from me singing to you telling you I love you and thank you" for a $50 donation, and "we throw a house show personally for you in Portland, Or (as long as you can find a house). Dedicated to you and personally love you forever" for a $350 donation.

For those that still somehow haven't seen Cat Hoch and her band play live, you can catch them tonight at Bunk Bar opening up for some pretty legendary Portlanders, Colin Hegna (of Brian Jonestown Massacre) and his band Federale





Talay & Panther Hollow release EPs at ALPHAVILLE on May 31

Time to add two new EPs to your collection of summer jams from the NYC scene: Talay's eponymous release which drops on June 2nd, and Panther Hollow's People Synesthesia, which drops on May 31st. Both groups have kept busy over the past few months performing at venues around the city, and it's all led up to a big record launch show at ALPHAVILLE on Wilson Avenue on May 31st. You won't want to miss Talay's pop-punk energy or Panther Hollow's striking storytelling. Also, head there to catch Massachusetts groups Sleeping Patterns and oldsoul as they pass through on their respective tours. You can stream new tracks from Talay and Panther Hollow -- called "I Hope Your Band Goes Nowhere" and "Jamie" respectively -- below. - Will Sisskind

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