Category Archives: Music

Northwest Passage: the History of Independent Music in the NW

Check out Thursday’s stellar music lecture w/ Calvin Johnson, Vanessa Renwick + Cool Nutz, the final in the Dill Pickle Club’s Northwest Passage series. Cary Clarke, the City of Portland’s just-appointed Arts and Policy Cultural Coordinator will interview our guests. … Continue reading

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The Rise of American Poster Art

“American Artifact: The Rise of American Rock Poster Art”, is a documentary about the history and subculture of rock poster art in America, will be released on DVD on March 27th, 2010. The film has been touring around the country … Continue reading

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Audio Dregs on Plazm.com

Listen while you browse the Internets. Audio Dregs curates Plazm Radio featuring songs by Dim Dim, Strategy, Lullatone, D.J. Copy, e*rock, Melodium, lots more. Tune in at www.plazm.com — plazm blog has moved to http://blog.plazm.com — — plazm design studio: … Continue reading

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Tara Jane O’Neil: A Vertiginous One

Tara Jane On’Neil with Zak Margolis and Corey Lunn = disturbing beauty. — plazm blog has moved to http://blog.plazm.com — — plazm design studio: www.plazm.com — — plazm magazine & blog are now published by new oregon arts & letters: … Continue reading

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Lux RIP

Lux Interior passed away sometime on February 4, 2009. An amazing performer with a singular vision. Survived by his wife and band mate, Poison Ivy. Back in 1995 Lux and Poison Ivy allowed us to reproduce their McDonald’s applications in … Continue reading

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Freelectro Sunday

Free show – E*Rock + Atole at the Someday Lounge. — plazm blog has moved to http://blog.plazm.com — — plazm design studio: www.plazm.com — — plazm magazine & blog are now published by new oregon arts & letters: www.neworegon.org —

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