Portland, OR
Portland’s annual Quiet Music Festival, Chris Johanson’s sleepy little lamb of a program, rears its downy head once again this weekend at Disjecta.
"We’ve got an even softer floor this year so we anticipate more sleeping," says Chris. "This is a great place to come if you’ve ever wanted to sleep with a group of people.”
This year’s list of light-hitters includes Marisa Anderson, American Music Club’s Mark Eitzel, Neal Morgan in a collaborative set with Pulse Emitter, The Mekons’ Sally Timms and many more. Let ‘em lull you.

Portland, OR

Portland’s annual Quiet Music Festival, Chris Johanson’s sleepy little lamb of a program, rears its downy head once again this weekend at Disjecta.

"We’ve got an even softer floor this year so we anticipate more sleeping," says Chris. "This is a great place to come if you’ve ever wanted to sleep with a group of people.”

This year’s list of light-hitters includes Marisa Anderson, American Music Club’s Mark EitzelNeal Morgan in a collaborative set with Pulse Emitter, The Mekons’ Sally Timms and many more. Let ‘em lull you.


Portland, OR
Portland sonic institution Mississippi Records has just re-issued Harry Smith's seminal Anthology of American Folk Music in its complete, original 1952 form. Like everything Mississippi touches, this four-part set has all kinds of love poured into it. The series is dressed in sturdy cloth-bound gatefold sleeves and housed in a hand-crafted wooden box; an object of serious beauty.
To celebrate the reissue of this still under-sung masterpiece, the label’s dedicating tonight’s Music & Film Series at Hollywood Theatre to Smith’s work and legacy over the decades, with Michael Hurley, Marisa Anderson, Dragging An Ox Through Water, Jessika Kenney, Lori Goldston and Jolie Holland re-imagining a set of songs from the collection. 
For more information on tonight’s event, visit Hollywood Theatre’s website.

Portland, OR

Portland sonic institution Mississippi Records has just re-issued Harry Smith's seminal Anthology of American Folk Music in its complete, original 1952 form. Like everything Mississippi touches, this four-part set has all kinds of love poured into it. The series is dressed in sturdy cloth-bound gatefold sleeves and housed in a hand-crafted wooden box; an object of serious beauty.

To celebrate the reissue of this still under-sung masterpiece, the label’s dedicating tonight’s Music & Film Series at Hollywood Theatre to Smith’s work and legacy over the decades, with Michael Hurley, Marisa Anderson, Dragging An Ox Through Water, Jessika Kenney, Lori Goldston and Jolie Holland re-imagining a set of songs from the collection. 

For more information on tonight’s event, visit Hollywood Theatre’s website.


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