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released 01 February 2013
This performance is the second installment of Parenthetical Girls‘ collaborative Into The Woods four-part documentary, filmed at the Old Church–a 130-year-old house of worship in Downtown Portland. Their latest album “Privilege*” CD/LP/DVD, is available via Marriage Records (US) & Splendour (UK/EU).
Parenthetical Girls – Sympathy For Spastics
“The Tale Of Me And You” is the solo debut full-length by Kim Baxter (of All Girl Summer Fun Band), available on German Label Expect Candy.
After more than ten years of guitar and vocal duties in All Girl Summer Fun Band (K Records, Magic Marker Records, AGSFB Music), Baxter wrote and produced her debut solo album, “The Tale of Me and You”, with her husband, Chris Flanagan. The pair played all the instruments on the album which was recorded in their home studio in Portland, Oregon. They have put together a five-piece band to perform these songs live.
Kim Baxter’s Indiegogo Campaign Video
Kim Baxter (All Girl Summer Fun Band) and her new bandmates are heading to Europe in April 2013 for a 2 week tour in support of the vinyl release of her debut solo album, The Tale of Me and You. This video was made for the Indiegogo campaign to help raise money for the tour. The record (on black and pretty blue vinyl) will be available through the campaign, HERE.
The Woolen Men are Alex Geddes, Lawton Browning and Raf Spielman (Eggy Records founder). They live and work in Portland, OR. Raf previously released an album of solo material under his Polyps moniker for the Woodsist sister label Hello Sunshine.
‘Mayonnaise’ is taken from their upcoming Woodsist debut self-titled LP, following a handful of largely self-released EPs. Out on March 5th, 2013.
THE WOOLEN MEN – Mayonnaise by WOODSIST
from tour tape no. 1, released 01 December 2012
A Portland, OR-based dream pop quintet, Radiation City comprises of Cameron Spies, Elisabeth Ellison, Randy Bemrose, Matt Rafferty, Patti King. The song ‘Find it of Use’ is appeared on their latest 7-track EP “Cool Nightmare,” following up their 2011 debut full-length “The Hands That Take You” from Tender Loving Empire, and it was originally released on cassette via Radiation City founders Cameron and Lizzy‘s cassette-only record label Apes Tapes. Order the EP, HERE,
Radiation City / Find It Of Use
Official music video for “Find It Of Use” off of Cool Nightmare.
Directed, shot and edited by Andrew Sloan.
Additional shots by Daniel Sloan