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Video Premiere: Liska Steele "Just Enough"

We are proud to be able to premiere the video for the latest single, “Just Enough”, from Liska Steele. The video was produced by Low-Moon and it takes you on a fun-filled video game journey.

We recently had the opportunity to ask Liska about the video and here is what she had to say.

"I wanted the video to reflect my own journey of self acceptance. I was really set on having a portrayal of my "Ideal Self" in the video and I think Low Moon did an amazing job of putting a light-hearted twist on that. My hope is that this message of self-discovery is accessible to everyone who watches the video."





New The Savories EP Available for Streaming & Download

A casual, psych haze emits from the ventilation with the trio of tracks, found on The Savories's Singles. Turning towards a cosmic drift, one allows thoughts to wonder as the instrumentation serves as a guide. A gentle, melodic adventure develops wafting over one's eardrums, before shifting into gears at prime points. You can catch the band on this evening's billing at Century, with Bill Guy & The Essentials and Shoot the Messenger.





LAIK “Satellite”

LAIK is the Synth Pop of Tyler Rice and Reuben Garza. The duo released the first single, “Satellite”, from their forthcoming LP, Curse My Dance, last week. The album is due out on April 5th and the duo will be releasing a second single, “Neighbors”, next week.

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New Track: "Last Days Pt. 1" (Feat. Gus Staranko & Phillies Messiah) - Daz Jones

Daz Jones recently released a seven-song collection, titled Lost Tapes Vol. 1. Aided by Gus Staranko & Phillies Messiah, EP standout, “Last Days Pt. 1,” opens the proceedings. Keys and snare combine in a crisp, rolling beat, there’s a confident aggression -  one that expertly weaves the streets, with the smooth ride of one's words. Survival is a must.

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Animal Aid Benefit

This Saturday, a benefit show for Animal Aid will be taking place at the High Water Mark. Animal Aid is a nonprofit, no-kill animal rescue and welfare organization that has been serving Portland since 1969. Other Lights, Dog Years, and Childspeak will all be playing in support of the organization. With each band filled with animal lovers, you can expect each set to be high energy and full of enthusiasm.

-By Nick Hartman

 

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