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May 27, 2014 at 12:21 PM

Kithkin makes the end times sound good | Concert review

Kithkin celebrated their album release Saturday. Photo by Hayley Young.

Kithkin celebrated their album release Saturday. Photo by Hayley Young.

While revelers at Sasquatch danced the night away to The National on Saturday night, back in Seattle at The Crocodile Kithkin took to the serious business of drawing the battle lines of the coming apocalypse.

Kithkin, self-described “tree punks,” were on hand to celebrate the release of their debut album, “Rituals, Trances & Ecstasies for Humans in the Face of The Collapse.” It’s an album full of kinetic energy, comforting pop-tinged hooks and stories about the struggle to keep moving forward in an increasingly screwed up world. 

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July 28, 2013 at 2:04 PM

Rock music in the woods: Images from Timber! 2013

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Portland rock veterans Quasi took the stage for a raucous set at Timber! on Saturday. Photo by Owen R. Smith.

Timber! Outdoor Music Festival was a giant, well-organized party in the woods. Everything from the corporate and community partnerships to the facilities on site made the weekend safe, fun and memorable.

Oh, and then there were the bands. So many great bands played. See my review here and enjoy some of the indelible moments from the festival after the break.

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